All My Sons: A Review

All My Sons, now at the American Airlines Theatre, was Arthur Miller’s first commercial success in 1947, two years before Death of a Salesman. It’s a tragedy, but a more classic one than his later hit…

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Cynthia Cochrane
Caress Me, Kelli

On Tuesday, April 16, as the cast of Kiss Me, Kate took a curtain call at Studio 54 to a thundering ovation, Kelli O’Hara stepped forward and made a pitch for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

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Cynthia Cochrane
John Platt: Folk Music Steward

Thanks to journalist Dave Gil de Rubio of the Long Island Weekly for the lovely article about my stroke recovery, my 50 years in radio, including the retrospective specials and the Pete Seeger Centennial Tribute, and my New Folk Initiative.

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Cynthia Cochrane
Golden Anniversary

It was April, 1969. I was a junior at Princeton University and the program director of WPRB. Dave Herman was an inspiration for his work on The Marconi Experiment, a free-form show on WMMR in Philadelphia (the sister station of WNEW-FM in New York).

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Cynthia Cochrane
JONI 75

It’s impossible to overestimate Joni Mitchell’s influence on other musicians, so the lineup of talent for the JONI 75 tribute to celebrate her 75th birthday in November at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in L.A.

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Cynthia Cochrane