Thursday, April 10, 2014
Dee Perry shares her interview with the Oscar-winning star of Draft Day - Kevin Costner - and the film's Cleveland-born co-screenwriter Rajiv Joseph. Plus we look back on the Loud but Honest life of Broadway legend - Ethel Merman - with the cast of the new Musical Theater Project production. And we hear from stand-up comic and WTF podcast host - Marc Maron - who's onstage this weekend at Hiliarities.
Arts and Culture, History, Motion Pictures (Film, Video), Music, Theatre
Kevin Costner, actor
Rajiv Joseph, screenwriter
Bill Rudman, Musical Theater Project
Adina Bloom, actor
Marc Maron, comic
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