This edition: November 2013Tweet
Original tape date: November 12, 2013.
First aired: November 15, 2013.
Ernabel Demillo sits down with award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang to talk about his contributions to the theater and his new play, “Kung Fu”, a new musical about the life of Bruce Lee.
Tinabeth Pina visits 54 Below, a supper club that hosts nightly performances, to speak with their Director of Original Programming, Phil Geoffrey Bond, about the world of cabaret.
Barry Mitchell visits The Amygdaloids, a New York City band made up of scientists who shed their scientific garb at night and take to the stage with songs about love and life peppered with insights drawn from research about mind, brain and mental disorders.
Lisa Beth Kovetz speaks with an assortment of dancers and choreographers to ask, “how do we preserve and share choreography?”
Plus some of the best museum gift shops to visit this holiday season:
Guggenheim Store - www.guggenheimstore.org
New-York Historical Society Museum Store - www.nyhistorystore.com
The Jewish Museum Shops - shop.thejewishmuseum.org
Phil Geoffrey Bond Director of Original Programming, 54 Below
Jeff Edwards Dancer, Choreographer, Ballet Master, The Juilliard School
Penny Fuller Performer
David Henry Hwang Playwright in Residence, Signature Theatre
Adam Kantor Performer
Celia Keenan-Bolger Actor, “The Glass Menagerie”
Ph.D. Joseph E. LeDoux Center For Neural Science, New York University
Andrea Marcovicci Performer
Christopher Pennington Executive Director, The Jerome Robbins Foundation
Zachary Quinto Actor, “The Glass Menagerie”
Vivian Reed Performer
Ph.D. Daniela Schiller Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Jarrod Spector Performer
Amanda Thorpe The Amygdaloids
Anna Truxes Retail Business Manager, Guggenheim Museum
Jon Weatherman Supervisor of Merchandise Operations, New-York Historical Society
Lynne Weber Executive Director, The Dance Notation Bureau
Stacey Zaleski Director of Merchandising, The Jewish Museum