WDIY's Neil Hever speaks with actor Kasidy Devlin who plays King Arthur’s son Mordred in the national tour of Lerner & Loewe's production of Camelot. In this revamped version of the classic tale, Modred rallies the Knights of the Round Table to turn against the king. Camelot is coming to Baker Hall at the Zoellener Arts Center in Bethlehem, PA on Friday, May 1, 2015. The evening begins at 7 pm with a free Renaissance Minstrel show in the lobby by lutenist William Thatcher with the main show starting at 8 pm.
WDIY's Neil Hever speaks with actor Mark Poppleton who plays Merlyn the Magician and King Pellinore in the national tour of Lerner & Loewe's production of Camelot. This revamped version of a Broadway favorite comes to Baker Hall at the Zoellener Arts Center in Bethlehem, PA on Friday, May 1, 2015. The evening begins at 7 pm with a free Renaissance Minstrel show in the lobby by lutenist William Thatcher with the main show starting at 8 pm. Tickets and information are available here.
George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome Charles Richter, director of the upcoming Muhlenberg College production of Kurt Weill's landmark American opera Street Scene. Then, George and Kate speak with performer, writer, and activist Peterson Toscano about his lively, insightful, and, at times, hilarious performance of Climate Change: What's Faith Got to Do With It?, on the Lehigh University campus.
Jane Wells Schooley, principal of Northstar Team Development and Different Maker Coach, and Lehigh University Associate Professor of Management Corinne Post join Sally Handlon in the studio to discuss how the levels women attain either on the corporate ladder, or in the board room still remain disproportionate to their overall numbers.
Host Sally discusses the Southside Ambassadors, a new program bringing positive changes to the South Bethlehem community. Guests include: Dale Kochard of Lehigh University, Larry Eighmy of The Stone House Group, John Saraceno of Saraceno Design and Hector Lopez of the Southside Ambassadors.
Host John Pearce welcomes Lehigh University's Professor of Religion Studies, Benjamin G. Wright, to discuss the most ancient translation of the Old Testament--the Septuagint. This writing took the original Hebrew and translated it into Greek which would later play an important role in the transmission of the Old Testament.
Professor Wright, who specializes in Second Temple Judaism and early Christianity, is an accomplished author whose work includes co-editing A New English Translation of the Septuagint.
November 22nd will mark the 150th football game between Lafayette College and Lehigh University -- the "most played" game in all of college football. Guests from both schools discuss The Rivalry and its history, the upcoming game, and the exciting events planned in conjunction with the game -- to be played at a sold out Yankee Stadium!
Host Kenn Michael speaks with teacher, artist, and scholar Curlee Raven Holton about a current exhibition of Holton's works at Lehigh University. The exhibit includes a collection of graphic work that spans Holton's nearly 30-year career in art, from his first lithograph to his current etchings. His prints, described as both evocative and provocative, speak to our human experience and engage the viewer in a shared dialogue about significant personal, political, and cultural events.
What do the following PA companies have in common - Wavefront Research, Dynalene, General Sciences Inc., RDA Inc, Daniel H. Wagner Associated? One clue - remember organizations like Bell Labs and NASA?
Learn more about their common threads - SBIR and STTR - as David Dunn of Lehigh University's Small Business Development Center joins host Sally Handlon.
Host Alan Jennings welcomes Silagh White, adjunct professor in Lehigh University's Baker Institute, to listen back to iconic protest songs and discuss their cultural importance. White is also Director of Arts Engagement and Community Cultural Affairs.