The Arts Interrupted
Season 48 Episode 20 | 52m 55s | WETA Passport
Take an inside look at how arts organizations nationwide are surviving the pandemic and how they are maturing during the country’s reckoning with systemic racism, featuring interviews with artists and performances made during lockdown.
Aired: 05/14/21 | Expires: 05/13/24 |
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The Arts Interrupted Preview
Preview: S48 Ep20 | 30s
Michigan Opera Theatre & Ballet X's Innovative Performances
Clip: S48 Ep20 | 2m 55s
Renée Fleming & Vanessa Williams Perform Together
Clip: S48 Ep20 | 2m 41s
Roots of Latin Jazz
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Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age
S48 Ep29 | 1h 38m 44s | WETA Passport
Gloria Estefan: Sangre Yoruba
S48 Ep26 | 1h 22m 50s | WETA Passport
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