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Terkel comments and presents songs and stories from "The Eight Hours"
Discussing his play "Orphans" and the Imagination Workshop with playwright, director and Imagination founder Lyle Kessler. The Imagination Workshop is a non-profit theater group that brings together professional artists and "at risk" children, the mentall
Horton Foote, playwright and screenwriter, and Studs Terkel analyze storylines, conflicts, and characters in Horton’s play "The Young Man From Atlanta." Horton also discusses his earlier work and events that led him to where he is in his career.
Director Frank Galati explains that the play "She Always Said, Pablo," was about Gertrude Stein's relationship with Pablo Picasso. Referring to the play itself, Galati also said that he tried to marry their narrative writings with some operatic song.
Frank Galati talks about the production of, "Postcard From Morocco." The stories are told through the seven people stranded at the train station. Galati notes that the luggage the people have with them also represent people's baggage through out their lives.