February is the shortest month, but it’s the most full of special public radio programming (at least so far for 2014).
To mark Black History Month, State of the Re:Union has a new season on redefining black history. We’ll bring you a new episode every Thursday night at 9.
And the Humana Festival of New American Plays opens at the end of this month. Every Wednesday night at 8, we’ll bring you a play that made its debut at Humana: “Dinner with Friends;” “Crimes of the Heart;” “Becky Shaw;” and “Ruby Sunrise.” These are produced by LA Theatre Works.
Please enjoy these programs, and, as always, let us know what you think.