New Orleans, LA – An Original Play by Helen Jaksch debuts in New Orleans. Fighting With Two Hands focused on Minnie Maddern Fiske (born in New Orleans), an influential actress of the late19th and early 20th century who fought for artistic freedom against a monopolistic group called The Theatrical Syndicate, which controlled every aspect of the theater business in New York for almost 20 years. Jaksch says Fiske and her impact on the American theater was an interesting and inspiring story. The writer and cast spoke with WWNO.
l-r) Michael Aaron Santos (Antipholus of Syracuse), Isreal M. Scott (Dromio of Syracuse), Aaron Scott (Dromio of Ephesus), Nathan Riley (Antipholus of Ephesus) in the Shakespeare Festival at Tulane's production of \"The Comedy of Errors\"
New Orleans, LA – Inside the Arts with WWNO - The latest production by the Shakespeare Festival at Tulane debuts this week - The Comedy of Errors WWNO's Paul Maassen spoke with some members of the cast.
New Orleans – For two decades - Bruce Raeburn has delved deeply into the history of New Orleans music as curator of Tulane's Hogan Jazz Archive. Now he's published a new book that is an important addition to the scholarship on the place of New Orleans in the history of jazz. WWNO's Fred Kasten has more:
New Orleans – A national invitation to the 2009 Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina kept young performers with the NORD-NOBA Center for Dance on their toes. Now, back in town, these young dancers are ready to dazzle local audiences in a special concert at NOCCA.