Arts & Culture

Providence, RI – An all-new show featuring Grace Paley's "The Loudest Voice," Italo Calvino's "Santa's Children" and Loudon Wainwright's "The Annual Crisis of Love." Joining artistic director Curt Columbus are resident company actors Angela Brazil, William Damkoehler, Janice Duclos and Joe Wilson, Jr.

Providence, RI – Artscape host Bob Seay visits the home of the Rhode Island Philharmonic and Carter Center for Music Education in East Providence; and a preview of another Gallery Night in Providence.

Providence, RI – We meet furniture craftsman Timothy Philbrick of Narragansett whose work can be found at museums around the world, including the MFA in Boston and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. We'll also hear from new rap Raymond Watson of Providence, who has produced a music video to get out the vote.

Providence, RI – Our first program takes a comprehensive view of The Ocean State arts scene. We'll hear from Rhode Island State Council on the Arts staff members, including Executive Director Randall Rosenbaum, Education Program Director Sherilyn Brown, Grants and Communication Manager Elizabeth Keithline, and Steven Feinberg, Director of Rhode Island's Film & TV Office.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – William Miles lives in Seekonk and is a professor of political science at Northeastern University. He tells us about what he realized after his time in the Peace Corps.

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Providence, R.I. – Judith Tolnick Champa is the former director and curator of the Fine Arts Center Galleries at the University of Rhode Island. In the face of a budget crunch, the University recently made deep cuts to the Fine Arts Center Galleries program - eliminating the director/curator position.
She shares her beliefs about the meaning of art in her life, and in the life of our community.

Providence, RI – Artistic director Curt Columbus and host Bob Seay welcome actors Janice Duclos, Stephen Thorne, Rachael Warren and Joe Wilson, Jr., performing and discussing the work of American writers in the City of Light: Langston Hughes, Sylvia Beach, David Sedaris and Anita Loos (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes).

Providence, RI – Actors Janice Duclos, Phyllis Kay, and Fred Sullivan, Jr. join Curt Columbus and Bob Seay with Dorothy Parker's poems, stories "You Were Perfectly Fine," and "Here We Are," along with Alexander Woollcott's elegy "Our Mrs. Parker."

Providence, RI – A companion piece to Trinity Rep's production of Shakespeare's Richard III, the show features excerpts from Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier, 1984 by George Orwell, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte and Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, with performances by Curt Columbus and resident company actors Janice Duclos, Stephen Thorne and Rachael Warren.

Providence, RI – This episode features Curt Columbus and company members Angela Brazil, Timothy Crowe and Joe Wilson, Jr. The program compliments Trinity Rep's production of Our Town, with performance and discussion of the work of Thornton Wilder: excerpts from Theophilus North and Heaven's My Destination.

Providence, RI – Excerpts from Rappaccini's Daughter by Nathanial Hawthorne and Edith Wharton's Ethan Frome, with Janice Duclose, Phyllis Kay, Mauro Hantman, and artistic director Curt Columbus.

Providence, RI – The episode features Curt Columbus and company members Stephen Berenson, Tim Crowe and Janice Duclos. Keeping with the theme of Trinity Rep's annual production of A Christmas Carol, the program offers performance and discussion of the holiday-themed work of Charles Dickens: two excerpts from A Christmas Carol; an excerpt from The Pickwick Papers; and excerpts from The Christmas Tree.

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