Bristol Riverside Theatre

Crossover
9:03 am
Sat April 6, 2013

Drama And Comedy On Crossover: Huberman's List And Singing Pirates

Violinist Bronislaw Huberman

We've all seen the "Drama And Comedy" masks meant to depict the full range of emotions that entertainment causes us to feel.  This week's Crossover could certainly use those masks as a trademark.

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News and Views
2:19 pm
Sun November 28, 2010

OLD WICKED SONGS: Jon Marans' Pulitzer-Nominated Play at Bristol Riverside Theatre

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Creatively Speaking
12:18 pm
Sat November 13, 2010

Violinist Midori--OLD WKICKED SONGS--Tindley Temple--ART MUSEUM OPPOSITES

Ahead of a recital at the Kimmel Center on Tuesday, November 16th, 2010, we speak with violinist Midori.

Susan Lewis explores Jon Marans' award-winning play, Old Wicked Songs, as Bristol Riverside Theatre readies a new production directed by the playwright.

Tom Keels explores the history of Tindley Temple in Philadelphia, and its current renaissance.

We speak with Katy Friedland and Marla Shoemaker. They are the authors of Art Museum Opposites, a new children's book.

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Creatively Speaking
10:03 am
Sat February 14, 2009

Arts & Culture Gary Steuer--Philadelphia Orchestra Tour--Missing Masters--Bristol Riverside Theatre

The City of Philadelphia's Chief Cultural Officer, Gary Steuer

As the economic downturn continues to bite, we speak with the City of Philadelphia's Chief Cultural Officer, Gary Steuer. Public forums are being held to get community input on the city's approach to arts and culture.

David Patrick Stearns reports on the final week of The Philadelphia Orchestra's tour of Europe and the Canary Islands.

We mark Black History Month by revisiting Susan Lewis' look at In Search of Missing Masters, a show of African-American Art at the Woodmere Art Museum in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia.

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Creatively Speaking
3:29 pm
Sat March 15, 2008

Christopher Cazenove in My Fair Lady--Ainadamar--Motets at the Bach Festival--Copenhagen

Actor Christopher Cazenove

Jim Cotter speaks with the veteran British Actor Christopher Cazenove.  He stars in My Fair Lady at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Inquirer Music critic David Patrick Stearns reports on the Curtis Opera Theater's Ainadamar.

Susan Lewis considers the role of Bach's motets, being performed this weekend by The Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia.

And Jason Peifer visits the Bristol Riverside Theater as it stages the Tony-award winning play, Copenhagen.

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