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Arts Alive! Christmas Special

The holiday edition of Arts Alive! features a reading by David Mello, the supervisor of children’s services at Fall River Public Library, and performances by musician Al Deston, singer/songwriter Tony Rocha, and South Coast Community Chorale members Marie Wicz and Lloyd Mendes.   

Arts Alive! November 2017

The show features performances by singer/songwriter Chuck Williams and actress Shonna Neitz, who plays Patsy Cline in Little Theatre of Fall River’s upcoming play about the legendary county singer. Host Kathy Castro also interviews art gallery director Marika Van Vessem and artists Jim Woodside and...

Arts Alive! October 2017

Musician Mike Conto and local actress Pamela Jayne Morgan talk with host Kathy Castro. Kathy also shares a preview of an exhibit of art by Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak at BCC's Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery.  

Arts Alive! September 2017

Maureen Boyle, author of a new book about a New Bedford serial killer, and nationally acclaimed photographer Kathie Florsheim, whose work is featured in a September 2017 exhibit at the Grimshaw Gudewicz Art Gallery, are Kathy's guests.

Arts Alive! August 2017

The August program features a preview of the Sons of Italy’s upcoming concert “Franco Corso: A Musical Journey Through Italy” and interviews with Patrick Norton, Executive Director of the Narrows Center for the Arts, and photographer Kelsey Garcia. 

Arts Alive! July 2017

Host Kathy Castro welcomes representatives of New Bedford Festival Theatre and Striving Artists Theatre Company and discusses upcoming productions.   

Arts Alive! June 2017

Host Kathy Castro salutes Tiverton’s Sandywoods Center for the Arts. Guests include artist Deborah Baronas, musicians Don White and Art Tebbetts, and program coordinator Marika Van Vessem.  

Arts Alive! May 2017

The Willie J. Laws Band joins host Kathy Castro for a live performance, and “Four,” a spring art exhibit at the Greater Fall River Art Association featuring interpretive work by four female artists, is previewed.

Arts Alive! April 2017

Host Kathy Castro interviews Fall River artist Brian Fox, known for his portraits of people, especially sports figures and celebrities, and award-winning singer/songwriter Chuck Williams, the president of the Rhode Island Songwriters Association.

Arts Alive! March 2017

Host Kathy Castro highlights two Fall River cultural events: Figuratively Speaking, an art exhibit at Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery at Bristol Community College featuring depictions of the human body, and Little Theatre of Fall River's production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play August:Osage County.

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