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Inside The Arts: Judith Owen-Bryan Ferry Concert, NOLA Project’s Oskar, Stars of American Ballet

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This week on Inside the Arts, conversation with singer, songwriter, pianist Judith Owen. The Welch born singer, who makes New Orleans home, is celebrating the U.S. release of her solo album, Somebody's Child. She makes a tour stop at the Saenger Theatre opening for legendary British Roxy Music singer Bryan Ferry.                                                                                                    

Then, the issue of gender identity is tackled as The NOLA Project and NOMA team up for the presentation of Oskar and the Countless Costume Changes. A comedy seeking to open a conversation among young audiences about the complexities of gender roles.

And, elite stars from New York City Ballet and beyond return for Stars of American Ballet Encore! We talk with NYCB's Daniel Ulbricht.

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