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Watch: Pennsylvania Ballet at 50, premieres May 2 on WHYY-TV at 9 p.m.
The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- Magpie Friday Arts — Coming from a Pennsylvania Dutch background and a long line of bakers, Holly Ricciardi opened up Magpie and started serving up sweet and savory pies. Classics like Apple Pie and Chicken-Pot Pie and more original pies like Butterscotch Bourbon and Macaroni & Cheese Pot Pie.
- Michael Pena for "Cesar Chavez" Flicks — Michael Pena talks with Patrick Stoner about playing the title character in "Cesar Chavez"
- An Evening of Arias and Song by the Curtis Vocal Studies Department On Stage at Curtis — Airs Sunday, April 13 at 6 p.m. on WHYY-TV. Online Monday, April 14. An evening of arias and song by the Curtis Vocal Studies Department. The student singers offer arias from such operas as Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Carmen, Samson et Dalila and Faust.
- Michael Martin Murphey On Canvas — Michael Martin Murphey, an American singer-songwriter, is best known for writing and performing Western, Country music leaving an indelible mark on the American Music Landscape. His iconic hits such as "Wildfire," "Carolina In The Pines", "Geronimo's Cadillac", "Cowboy Logic," [...]
- First for Friday, April 18, 2014 First — Painter George Martz, woodworker Rick Shuman, painter Rosemary Connelly, light installations by Bruce Monro, Dover Days with Lorraine Dion, a tour of Mispillion Walkway, and dogs enjoy Glasgow Bark Park.
- Featured Artists: Dale Chihuly, Myles Harlan, Lynne Parks and Colorado Ballet ArtWorks — Gaze at giant glass sculptures, follow a musician on an emotional journey, meet an artist with an eye for the over-looked, and watch ballerinas capture an era of tragedy.