Free Shakespeare is back in action this summer. They hit a variety of stages last summer and were well received. So they're doing it again with performances at the Yellow Springs Antioch Amphitheater, Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark in July, and in August they'll perform at Newcom Founders Park and at the University of Dayton's ArtStreet.
One of the pleasures of turning 50 is being introduced to a hormonal regime that might have been designed by The Riddler, or the Marquis de Sade. I’m put on draconian sleep schedules that persist for a week at a time. One involves waking up at 2:57 AM, and falling back to sleep around five, for that refreshing extra half-hour before the alarm goes off. I’m a little bleary the next morning, not much good for anything.
On Tuesday, Living on Earth featured a rebroadcast of a profile of Meira Warshauer's symphony Living Breathing Earth by Yellow Springs based producer Aileen LeBlanc. The symphony is out on CD, and earlier this week Juliet Fromholt sat down with LeBlanc to talk about the music and a local connection with the Dayton Philharmonic.
Full episode of WYSO Weekend for May 29, 2011 containing the following stories:
-Emily McCord speaks with Irish radio producer Mary Phelan and area resident Roger Kearney, a distant relative of Barack Obama about the upcoming documentary "The Road to Moneygall," which will air on WYSO.