Arts

Today On WNHH Radio

by Lucy Gellman | May 5, 2016 2:52 pm

Lucy Gellman Photo The Great Give marathon is over and WNHH radio programming is back to normal! Today’s programs delve into the daily duties of Connecticut’s secretary of the state, ask what performative film looks like in the year 2016, tease out the difference between contemporary and classical dance, and more.

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Carlotta Festival Goes Back — And To The Future

by Donald Brown | May 5, 2016 6:30 am

A play about what happens when two married men —  one an architect, the other his assistant (whose wife is pregnant)  —  realize they are in love. A play about middle-aged siblings having to tell their sister, institutionalized with Down syndrome, about the death of their last remaining parent. A play that looks at how black lives matter at three points in history: a slave plantation in 1822, a classroom in 2016, and a spaceship in 2300.

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