Marla K. Shoemaker

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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We listen back to Jim Cotter's conversation with Katy Friedland and Marla K. Shoemaker, the authors of the children's book A is for Art Museum. We also drop in on an art program for pre-schoolers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Susan Lewis considers the Penn Museum exhibition Fulfilling a Prophecy: The Past and Present of the Lenape in Pennsylvania.

Jason Peifer explores Sacred Harp Singing, a resurgent a cappella singing tradition that dates back to the early 1800s.

Jim Cotter speaks with with Katy Friedland and Marla K. Shoemaker, authors of a new children's book A is for Art Museum. We'll also drop in on an art program for pre-schoolers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Susan Lewis looks at Temple University's Arts and Quality of Life Research Center, where researchers are working to demonstrate links between the arts and physical well being.

Jason Peifer speaks with members of the Philadelphia Theatre Company and playwright Terrence McNally about his latest drama Unusual Acts of Devotion.