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Art Works Podcast: Bryan Doerries

August 16, 2012 Elizabeth Marvel and Bill Camp in Theater of War. Photo by Howard Korn This week’s podcast pulls back the curtain on Theater of War. Its artistic director and founder, Bryan Doerries, is a classicist and translator, who was convinced that the Greek tragedies still had the power to move contemporary audiences, particularly […]

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NEA Arts: “Lifting the Spirits: The USO Brings the Arts to the Troops”

August 9, 2012 by Paulette Beete BNA recording artist Kellie Pickler joined the USO in honoring our nation’s real heroes with a week-long Memorial Day USO/Armed Forces Entertainment tour to the Middle East. Paying homage to those who have fallen, as well as those currently serving on the front lines, Pickler dined with troops and […]

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NEA Arts: “Strike Up the Band! The Bond Between Music and Military”

August 8, 2012 The U.S. Air Force Band of Flight carries their gear through water on an overseas deployment. Photo by Major Richard M. Mench, USAF “I was finishing graduate school as a music major and like most musicians, wanted to work as a performer. The idea of being in a military band had been […]

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