Bill Moran show, Bill Moran interviews Leida Snow, William Donahue, and Barbara HandmanAdditional title: Bill Moran interviews Leida SnowAdditional title: Bill Moran show (Radio program)
NamesSnow, Leida (Interviewee)Handman, Barbara (Interviewee)Donahue, William (Interviewee)Moran, Bill (Interviewer)Moran, Bill (Host)
Leida Snow collection of audio interviews and reports on theater, culture and arts
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1998-10-17
Library locationsRodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded SoundShelf locator: *LTC-A 1905
TopicsSnow, Leida -- InterviewsHandman, Barbara -- InterviewsDonahue, William -- InterviewsMcNally, Terrence. Corpus ChristieArts -- CensorshipTheater -- CensorshipHomosexuality in the theaterGay menTheater -- Religious aspects -- Catholic ChurchCensorship -- Religious aspects -- Catholic ChurchTheater critics -- United StatesRadio personalitiesTheater -- Reviews
GenresRadio programsInterviewsRadio commercialsAdvertising
NotesBibliographic history: Title provided by cataloger.Performers: Bill Moran, interviewer and host ; Leida Snow, William Donahue, Barbara Handman, interviewees.Venue: Broadcast on Bill Moran show on radio BNN [Business News Network] [1998 October 17] Hollywood, Calif.Acquisition: Gift; Leida Snow, 2009.
Physical DescriptionAudiocassetteExtent: 1 audiocassette (approximately 43 minutes) : analog, stereo
DescriptionBill Moran interviews Leida Snow, theater critic, Barbara Handman, political consultant, arts activist, and the executive vice-president and New York City office director of People for the American Way, and William Donahue, the president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. They talk about the 1998 production of "Corpus Christi," a play by Terrence McNally, dramatizing the story of Jesus and the Apostles that depicts Jesus and the Apostles as gay men living in modern-day Texas, and about critical attention for its exploration of gay themes in Christianity (planned production of the play in New York City was cancelled and then reinstated). Being arts activists, Leida Snow and Barbara Handmann support the production of the play and say that the cancellation of the show would be an affront to the First Amendment principles of free speech, unlike William Donahue, the conservative Christian, who organized the protest, and opposes the play.
Type of ResourceSound recording
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 951749336NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b21000741Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 635d28e0-78b4-0136-c217-035d8f9acbe8
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