This edition: March 2018Tweet
Original tape date: February 22, 2018.
First aired: March 13, 2018.
Tony Guida hosts this episode of Arts in the City from the NY Historical Society on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
Neil Rosen shares the history of the NYC's largest film and TV production facility - Silvercup Studios.
Barry Mitchell interviews playwright, Lindsey Ferrentino.
Ari Goldberg explores what it means to be a working stage actor, profiling Broadway swing actor Heather Tepe.
Donna Hanover looks at the women's center at the New York Historical Society and its Tiffany Lamp gallery.
Carol Anne Riddell interviews a former fashion photographer redefining how we look at beauty.
This month's Hidden Gem is Materials for the Arts -- the city's premier art supply reuse center.
Jamie Brewer Actor, "Amy and the Orphans"
Lindsey Ferrentino Playwright, "Amy and the Orphans"
Sarah Gordon, PhD Postdoctorate Fellow, New York Historical Society
Rick Guidotti Founder/Director, Positive Exposure
John Cloud Kaiser Director of Education, MFTA
Dr. Louise Mirrer President and CEO, New-York Historical Society
Diane Smith Artist in Residence, MFTA
Stuart Suna President, Silvercup Studios/Silvercup Properties
Heather Tepe Broadway Swing