A story of language reclamation may not seem that astounding, but filmmaker Anne Makepeace hopes that the film-loving community and those who are devoted to public television will find We Still Live Here (Âs Nutayuneân) to be a mesmerizing story. The story begins in 1994 when Jessie Little Doe Baird, an intrepid, thirty-something Wampanoag social worker, began dreaming.
It’s 1950's B-movie horror at its finest when Coterie At Night presents Children of the Damned Corn, Oct. 13-30 at the newly renovated Just Off Broadway Theatre, 31st & Broadway, Penn Valley Park. The plot, created by director and playwright Ron Megee: After an accident, Milt and Betty end up in Gatlinville, once home of the World's Largest Cream Corn Factory.
Reflections of the Breast: Breast Cancer in Art Through the Ages
Art has often been held up as a mirror of society's woes, including the tragic disease of breast cancer. For Dr. Francis Arena, a medical doctor with a specialty in breast cancer, and Dr. Tanya Bastianich Manuali, an art historian with a focus on the Italian Renaissance, the exploration of breast cancer can be found in art.