Wake Forest, NC, February 08, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- TheClassicalStation.org announces today that its weekly program, Preview!, will feature an interview with Artistic Director Jerome Davis of Burning Coal Theatre Company. The interview will air during the station’s Sunday, February 10 program that runs from 6-9 p.m.
“I'm delighted that WCPE can be a part of celebrating Burning Coal's inaugural production at the Murphey School,” says Preview! host Deana Vassar. “The presentation of “Inherit the Wind” in this historic venue is a great way the arts continue to thrive in downtown Raleigh, N.C.”
The interview will address the relevance of the play in light of the group’s mission. Also discussed will be the renovation of the historic Murphey Auditorium as the Company’s new home. Visit burningcoal.org. to see the historic structure and learn about the season in the new space.
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About Burning Coal Theatre Company:
Since 1997, the Burning Coal Theatre Company has strived to produce literate, visceral, affecting theatre that is experienced, not simply seen. An incorporated, nonprofit [501 (c)(3)] organization, the company uses the best local, national and international artists available to produce explosive re-examinations of overlooked classics, modern and contemporary plays that address issues and themes poignant in our community. Burning Coal is a member of Theatre Communications Group, the national organization of nonprofit professional theatres, and the North Carolina Theatre Conference, a state-wide consortium of theatres of all sizes and types. For more information, visit burningcoal.org.