Caroline Breder-Watts

Caroline Breder-Watts is the host and producer of WLRN’s Sunday Breakfast with the Arts, as well as Pledge Producer for WLRN FM and TV. She began her radio broadcasting career in 1992 at 90.7 WXEL-FM, and for many years enjoyed a dual career in radio and as Director of Communications for the late, great Florida Stage.

In 2006, Caroline joined the WXEL staff as a full-time employee, serving as Radio Communications and Pledge Producer as well as creating, hosting and producing two shows, South Florida Artsview and Listening to Movies.  Caroline and her husband, John Watts, are the creators and founders of www.artsradionetwork.com, an innovative podcast website dedicated to the arts. 

She also serves as host and curator for film programs at venues throughout South Florida, including Bailey Contemporary Arts, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, Norton Museum of Art and the Humphrey Bogart Film Festival.

The Humphrey Bogart Film Festival returns to Key Largo for its second year May 1 to 4.  Renowned film critic and historian Leonard Maltin will also be back as a special guest.  He recently spoke with Caroline Breder-Watts about his impressions of one of the major classic film festivals in the United States.

Listen to the interview above.

  

  

Jane Mitchell chairs the board of directors for West Palm Beach's Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.

Her love of the arts has influenced her throughout her life, from her Midwestern childhood to her career in the medical supply industry.

She now brings that love and enthusiasm to her role as the first female chair of the Kravis Center board.

The production of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs at the Plaza Theatre in Manalapan is a trip back in time for its two young stars.

Ryan Mahannah and Noah Jacobson talk about playing characters living in a very different world.

For more information, visit theplazatheatre.net.

A new theater has risen out of the ashes of an old one in Boca Raton.

The Wick Theatre opens this weekend in the former Caldwell Theatre space.

To hear the complete interview, visit artsradionetwork.com.

A new documentary profiles several of the greatest golfers in the worlds  - all of whom are under the age of ten. Two of them live right here in South Florida. 

For more information, visit theshortgamemovie.com.

The Little Red Schoolhouse is home to the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach's "living history" program, where students literally experience a blast from Florida's past.

Julius and Julia Sanna are two South Florida-based musicians who bring our area African culture and music via two bands, Positively Africa and the Julius Sanna Band.

In this interview, they discuss their influences and the challenges of marketing their message.

Sue Scott is a familiar voice to fans of A Prairie Home Companion.  She is a member of the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, and is heard weekly in such skits as Guy Noir and the Lives of the Cowboys.

On a recent visit to South Florida, Sue and Caroline Breder-Watts chatted about her journey to APHC, and the challenges of doing a live radio show where the script can change in mid-performance!

The staff at Delray Beach Center for the Arts takes pride in presenting something for everyone, and that philosophy extends to its new summer film series, which mixes classic and contemporary films.  Caroline Breder-Watts speakswith Assistant Artistic Director Brian Ridolfo.  To hear the complete converstaion, visit artsradionetwork.com.

South Florida based singer/songwriter Rod MacDonald is one of the most respected folk artists in the buisness, and regularly tours both nationally and internationally.  His latest album is Songs of Freedom.  To learn more about Rod, visit rodmacdonald.net.  To hear the complete interview, log onto artsradionetwork.com.

Slow Burn Theatre Compnay has grown by leaps and bounds in just a few short years.  As they get ready for their summer musical presentation The Wedding Singer, Co-Artistic Directors Matthew Korinko and Patrick Fitzwater talk about the history of Slow Burn and what it takes to run a successful company.

Caroline Breder-Watts and Scott Eyman discuss the work of Jerry Goldsmith, one of the most prolific and influential film composers of the 20th Century.  To hear the complete conversation, visit artsradionetwork.com.

Louis Tyrrell, Artistic Director of the Theatre at Arts Garage in Delray Beach, is passionate about new American plays.  This summer, a Thursday night play reading and concert series introduces us to musicals South Florida audiences wouldn't otherwise  have a chance to experience.  To hear the full interview, visit artsradionetwork.com.

  

The South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach was built in 1961, and stayed essentially the same for more than 50 years.  All that changes this summer, as we learn from SFSM President Lew Crampton.

The Broward Center for the Performing Arts has become an important part of South Florida's cultural landscape.  Here's some memories from two people who have long  histories with this organization.

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