This week on Artworks -
The story of a song that traveled around the world to honor a beloved champion of the local scene, who left it far too early. The song, first performed at last year’s Lotus Festival honoring the festival’s dedicatee Sophia Travis, is enjoying a new incarnation.
Also on the show, we take a seat in the front row for the Crossroads Repertory Theatre season, just underway at Indiana State University. And we’re settling in with the large box of popcorn for the Slapsticon movie festival, bringing rarely-seen silent and sound comedies to the IU Cinema.
Stories On This Episode
By George Walker - Jun 25, 2013
Saying it's like "Romeo and Juliette" is a bit of stretch, but there is love and there are two families.
By Yaël Ksander - Jun 25, 2013
Like its namesake, the song "Sophia" blends an international pedigree with homegrown craft.
By Adam Schwartz - Jun 26, 2013
The Slapsticon comedy movie festival is bringing rarely-seen silent and sound comedies to the IU Cinema.