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This edition: November 2015

Episode Details

Original tape date: November 13, 2015.

First aired: November 13, 2015.

Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson hosts this month’s Arts in the City from the Noguchi Museum’s latest exhibition, “Museum of Stones”.

Tinabeth Piña tells the story of the Young Lords, a social activist group that is now being remembered in a multi-museum retrospective.

Movie makeup company BxC Studios transforms Andrew Falzon into a zombie.

Pat Collins sits down with Matthew Broderick, Annaleigh Ashford and the rest of the cast and crew behind the new Broadway revival, Sylvia.

Barry Mitchell makes his triumphant return to the stage at Jo and Fred Firestone’s Punderdome 3000

Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson goes to the Big Apple Circus in Lincoln Center.

In this month’s Hidden Gems of New York, we profile the New York City Fire Museum during the FDNY’s 150th anniversary.

Guest List

Annaleigh Ashford Actor ‘Sylvia’, “Sylvia” on Broadway

Matthew Broderick Actor ‘Greg’, “Sylvia” on Broadway

Johanna Fernández, Ph.D. Curator, The Bronx Museum of the Arts

Fred Firestone Co-host, Punderdome 3000

Jo Firestone Comedian, Punderdome 3000

Jerzy Gwiazdowski Participant, “Jargon Slayer”, Punderdome 3000

Miguel "Mickey" Melendez Young Lords, Member

Barbara Miller Curator of the Collection & Exhibitions, Museum of the Moving Image

Barry Mitchell Producer, CUNY TV

Denise Oliver-Velez Young Lords, Member

Jamie Rae Makeup & Special Effects Artist/ProWorkshop Instructor, BxC Studios

Robert Sella Actor ‘Tom, Phyllis, Leslie’, “Sylvia” on Broadway

Ally Spier Participant, “Words Nightmare”, Punderdome 3000

Daniel Sullivan Director, “Sylvia” on Broadway

Julie White Actor ‘Kate’, “Sylvia” on Broadway

Web Extras

Punderdome 3000 Web Extra

Barry performs his original song "Pun, Pun, Pun" on stage at Punderdome 3000