Arts Express: Sam Raimi Talks Ash vs Evil Dead


Halloween Visitation: Cult Horror Director Sam Raimi Drops In.

Delving into the various dark motives fueling his new small screen series debuting on Halloween weekend, Ash vs. Evil Dead.

And joined by the star and longtime collaborator, Bruce Campbell, as they hold forth on why movies should be hard to make; the joy and fulfillment of frightening audiences with the unknown; mirrors; pause buttons; and the art and challenge of leading actors off the cliff in movies.

Death Of A Salesman In Yiddish:

A radically new theatrical interpretation. This emotionally stinging story of a man caught up in the illusions of the American Dream, achieves a further resonance touching on the plight of immigrants, and performed with English super-titles projected on stage.

Included in this segment are interviews with the current director and star of the Arthur Miller play, and a compilation of past clips of the various productions with recorded reflections and conversations with the late Arthur Miller, on this centennial commemoration year of his birth.

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Music Corner:

Multi-talented classical concert pianist, poet, singer and filmmaker Hannah Reimann performs her tribute to music legend Joni Mitchell, recreating her body of work on stage.

Arts Express stopped by to catch the show, and talk to Reimann about why Mitchell resonates as her chosen muse; how the piano led her down the creative path to poetry, and raising awareness about Alzheimer’s with a film she’s putting together in tribute to her dad – My Father’s House.

And how of all this in one way or another helped her heal, and ‘allowed me to feel whole again when I felt broken into a million pieces.’

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Prairie Miller is a New York multimedia journalist online, in print and radio, who reviews movies and conducts in-depth interviews. She can also be heard on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network’s Arts Express.