Thursday Matinee - December 20, 2012
Guest: Jennifer Brown of SC Christian Trinity Classical Academy and students Andrew & Savannah; Ovington Michael Owsten
Topic: Christmas Play; Reperatory East Playhouse
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Thursday Matinee on December 20, 2012
Here is brief summary of what Thursday Matinee host Paul Strickland focuses his attention and conversation on during this afternoons show:
Thursday Matinee host Paul Strickland focuses his show on the arts, ranging from beautiful pieces of artwork to the engaging sounds of local musicians. Today, Paul talks about how art is visible wherever you go. You can walk down a street and admire the art that most people simply will not recognize. This could be the street light hovering above your street, or the bicycle set against the worn-out fence. Art is everywhere, and it needs to be recognized. Paul admits that some of the nicest pieces of art he has seen have come from local Santa Clarita artists. Art is a way of expression and emotion, and it provides a much needed social escape for many. Paul provides you with the information on local art activities and events, from the PerformingArtsCenter located at College of the Canyons in Valencia, to events highlighting the works of local artists. Paul admires the new art commission, consisting of 5 artists in Santa Clarita, who work with the officials of this valley to help bring about new art programs and pieces of work to be enhance this wonderful and creative community.
Paul ends today’s show with a conversation about the arts and upcoming art-related events in the Santa Clarita Valley with Michael Owston from the Repertory East Playhouse located on Main Street in Newhall, California. Michael sits down with Paul and talks about the upcoming 2013 season at the REP. Some upcoming events at the REP including Canivale Di Venezia, happening December 31, 2012 – January 1, 2013; an event designed to warmly welcome in the new year. For more information on the Respertory East Playhouse, upcoming events, and more, then visit their website www.repeastplayhouse.org.
Make sure to always tune to AM-1220 KHTS, your Hometown Station every Thursday from 12-1pm to catch up with Paul Strickland and guests as they discuss art, and how it makes a difference in our community.
Also make sure to tune in on Friday, January 3rd, to catch Paul in his new time slot on Friday Matinee.
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