Five composers get the parody treatment. WCVE's afternoon theater critic John Porter looks at "The Musical of Musicals."
Articles by John Porter
Just how powerful can a musical drama be? WCVE's ATC theater critic John Porter reviews "Dessa Rose."
New versions of well known works can be a real challenge. WCVE's ATC theater critic John Porter looks at "Steel Magnolias."
Hows does a home grown world premiere hold up against the rest of the season? WCVE's ATC theater critic John Porter on "Scorched Earth."
Theatre critic John Porter reviews The Liar.
Who are those women behind the door of the fellowship hall? WCVE's ATC theater critic John Porter visits with the Church Basement Ladies.
A 1980's play with a 1950's feel -- WCVE's afternoon theater critic John Porter takes aim at Stupid Kids.
Can a rarely done American classic get a new life? WCVE's All Things Considered theater critic John Porter looks at "The Children's Hour."
Join us this week for Time for the Blues (4/1/12) as we're featuring Peter Green, the originator of Fleetwood Mac! We'll also sample some of the later career of legendary guitarist Mike Bloomfield as well as some new stuff! For a treat, we'll dip into our mailbag here--your questions are way better than our answers!
What does Mississippi have to do with steak bones? No, we’re not talking springtime cook outs here--this is Time For The Blues not "Cookin’ With Henry". This week (3/25/12) we’ll feature an influential guitar master with a cool nickname and also more guitar wizards than you can shake a Stratocaster at. Bad grammar but great music, so find out what’s up our sleeve this week.