Monday, October 7, 2013
Dee Perry welcomes the stars of The Great Lake Theater production of Sweeney Todd for a performance in The Key Bank Studio. Plus we meet a former Akron-area dancer and war veteran who's working with Verb Ballets to spotlight the issue of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. And we share an interview with Michael Apted the director of 56 Up which airs one week from tonight on WVIZ/PBS.
Arts and Culture, Dance, History, Motion Pictures (Film, Video), Music, Theatre, Community/Human Interest
Tom Ford, actor
Sara Bruner, actor
Christian Dollwet, a war veteran and founder of The Inspired Veteran Action Campaign
Margaret Carlson, Verb Ballets
Michael Apted, film director
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