Theatre is a powerful tool for introducing tough and sobering topics into our everyday conversations.
Racism is one of those challenging topics. Through spoken word, acting and visual performances, we can better understand and engage in thinking about the treatment and experiences of black people in modern America.
Today on All Sides, guest host Gail Hogan joins us as we talk about theatre as a tool for spurring dialogue about racism.
When British art critic and prize-winning author John Berger died Jan. 3 at the age of 90, it was something of the end of an era. Journalist Ian Maleney wrote inThe Irish Times of Berger's passing, saying:
With summer in full swing the performing arts in Columbus has several shows lined up to celebrate. To highlight upcoming events we will be talking to individuals from CATCO, the Columbus Dance Theater as well as the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra.