A Story for the Ages: An Iliad’s Lisa Peterson Shares Why Now Is The Best Time To Revisit The Trojan War
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A Story for the Ages: An Iliad’s Lisa Peterson Shares Why Now Is The Best Time To Revisit The Trojan War

by Ian Chant In books, on film, and now on the stage, the story of the Trojan War has been experiencing a renaissance in recent years. But what is it about a war that occurred thousands of years ago that remains so resonant today? An Iliad director Lisa Peterson supposes that there’s never really a … Continue reading

Arts Integration / Education Resources

I was an Educational Groupie

This past weekend, I had the immense pleasure of hearing Sir Ken Robinson speak at the University of Cincinnati, where my husband teaches.  By the time the lecture was over, I was giggly and groupie-esque.  Luckily, my husband indulged me!   Sir Ken was an engaging, funny  (he interviewed Paul McCartney for his new book!!!!) … Continue reading

Fairy Godmother Program

Interested in bringing a school to Cinderella? Call today!!

As the economic downturn has forced schools to make some painful cuts, the demand for underwritten arts programs is growing everyday.  Case in point: our Fairy Godmother Program.   Calls have been pouring in from schools eager to participate, and I am pleased to say that we already have over 900 of the 1500 available … Continue reading