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Arts Centric Midday Matters [02/12/2011]

Synopsis
As part of the of this episode of the midday radio art programme, presenter Andrew Anderson interviews Dr Jack Heller from Huntington University about SHAKESPEARE BEHIND BARS, a programme that helps prisoners find redemption through drama.
Heller talks about how became involved with the project, the seminars he conducts with prisoners, his work on the current production of Romeo and Juliet at the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex in Kentucky, and the story of the skinhead actor playing Juliet.
Series
Arts Centric Midday Matters
Language
English
Country
Great Britain; United States
Medium
Multimedia; Radio
Transmission details
2 Dec 2011 at 13:00 (Channel: NIPR)
Duration
53:30

Credits

Contributor
Andrew Anderson; Jack Heller

Additional Details

Production type
Documentary/Educational/News
Plays
Romeo and Juliet
Keywords
prisoners; prisons; Shakespeare, William (1564-1616); All-male casts; Untrained actors
Related items
Shakespeare Behind Bars

Notes

Notes
The podcast is available at http://www.niprpodcasts.com/?p=673

Production Company

Name

Northeast Indiana Public Radio (NIPR)

Web
http://www.nipr.fm/ External site opens in new window

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