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.
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.
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.
Young Singers of the Palm Beaches is a community choir celebrating its tenth anniversary. Here's a few minutes with Executive Director Beth Clark and Artistic Director D. Shawn Berry about the choir and its mission in the community. For more information, visit yspb.org.
Caroline Breder-Watts and critic and author Scott Eyman discuss the work of legendary film composer Ennio Morricone. To learn more about Scott Eyman, visit www. scotteyman.com. To hear the complete conversation, log onto www.artsradionetwork.com.
Actor Colin McPhillamy is finishing up his run in Exit the King at Palm Beach Dramaworks in West Palm Beach. He is also a published author, and reads an excerpt from his second book, An Actor Walks into China. To learn more about Colin, visit www.mcphillamy.com, and to hear more excerpts, log onto www.artsradionetwork.com.
Naples resident Stephen Bogart is the son of film legends Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall and will be hosting the 1st Annual Humphrey Bogart Film Festival in, quite appropriately, Key Largo May 2 - 5. Caroline Breder-Watts sat down with Stephen to discuss the festival and his iconic parents. To learn more, visit bogartfilmfestival.com.
Director Alfred Hitchcock is one of film history's truly iconic figures. Long after his death, his influence can be felt both on the screen and in pop culture. Why do we find still find him so fascinating? Caroline Breder-Watts and author and cultural critic Scott Eyman discuss Hitchcock's allure. To hear the complete interview, log onto www.artsradionetwork.com.