The Acts of Faith Festival continues and theatre commentator John Porter looks at 'The Quality Of Life.'
Articles by John Porter
Theater commentator John Porter reviews The Miracle Worker.
Theater commentator John Porter reviews The Joshua Plant.
Make sure you stay up this week (1/18/14) to listen to Time For The Blues. This is one of those “don’t miss it” shows that’s going to feature a lot of amazing music, so call your friends and family and gather around the radio as we bring you some great music and some very bad jokes!
Be sure to join us this week (1/11/14) for Time for the Blues as Henry Cook and I bring you some of the best blues in our price range. We’ve lined up some great music, and I guarantee that the jokes will be just as bad as usual. Somehow it will all come together for what we hope will be a very entertaining hour. In this case, we're rewinding some classic blues!
Escape the holidays with the too-much-fantastic-food coma, the stare-blankly-at-the-television-sports coma, and the mindless-shopping-for-whatever-this-store-has-on-sale blues, and enjoy some real blues with Time For the Blues this Saurday (11/30/13) starting at 11 p.m. on 88.9 WCVE. Henry Cook and I are serving up a heaping helping of great tunes, bad jokes, and more than one surprise. Goes great with the leftover turkey sandwich!
Theater commentator John Porter reviews "The Drowsy Chaperone."
This week on Time For The Blues (11/23/13), Henry and I are cooking up a tasty little late-night dessert and serving up some hot tunes just for you. So kick back in your favorite chair and turn up the headphones and listen to the music–you just might want to ignore the silly jokes.
Afternoon theater commentator John Porter reviews the one-man show "Say Goodnight, Gracie."
John Porter, who reviews plays for WCVE's broadcast of All Things Considered, says "The Importance of Being Earnest" is a treat.