WQED celebrates the Allegheny Regional Asset District’s 25th Anniversary by bringing listeners interviews with the civic, cultural and recreational treasures that are funded by RAD and that we as a community value so much.
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company was founded by Mark Clayton Southers in 2003. The Company is committed to developing and showcasing the works of local playwrights; from accomplished masters like August Wilson and George S. Kaufman to promising new talents. They also seek to nurture a racially and culturally diverse community of playwrights, directors, actors and technical specialists to hone their craft and to network creative opportunities. Mark stopped by to talk more about the company.
Milo Berezin, Arts Education Coordinator, stopped by to talk about Union Project. They are using the arts to help bridge gaps in communities. Milo talks about the space they use as their home; the ceramic classes they offer, and some of their upcoming events.
Front Porch Theatricals provides our region with professional, high-quality musical theater productions featuring Pittsburgh's diverse actor, artistic and technical talent base. Emphasis is placed on mentoring young talent in leadership positions as well as youth through our internship/apprentice program, and in hiring creative up and coming and established local talent in music, directing, choreography, scenic, lighting, sound and costume design to create a high level professional vehicle for the acting and artistic team members to realize the vision of their project. Bruce Smith stopped by WQED-FM to talk about their company, it's history, and it's upcoming season.
Prime Stage entertains, inspires and enriches lives through professional theatre by bringing literature to life. Tina Cerny, Assistant Operations Director, tells our Jim Cunningham all about the the Theatre and its upcoming season at the New Hazlett Theater.
WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham interviews the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy's Arthur Demeo.
Gemini Children’s Theater conducts interactive, musical performances for children and their families, acting classes, summer camps, outreach performances to daycare, pre-schools as well as elementary schools in the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Jill Jeffrey spok with WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham about the company.
It's the 50th Anniversary of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and the company has big plans to celebrate. Executive Director Harris Ferris stopped by to tell what they have planned, as well as to talk about their upcoming season.
WQED-FM's Joanna Li spoke with Edgewood Symphony Orchestra Music Director Walter Morales about the history of the Edgewood Symphony Orchestra, as well as their upcoming season. Their season opening concert begins October 19th, with featured soloist Kathy Soroka, who also joins in on the conversation.
Melia Tourangeau, the President and CEO of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, sat down with WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham to discuss all things PSO! She talks about the current season; the upcoming European tour; their annual RADical Days concert; and much more.
Stephanie Flom of Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures stopped by WQED-FM to chat with Jim Cunningham about the latest news from the organization. Stephanie previews their upcoming season and talks about the history of Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures.