June 27, 2017
Audio Features
Sokolsky on the Arts and Entertainment
A weekly program focusing on the arts and entertainment
Episode
So are the Riverside Community Players really the Inland Empire’s best kept artistic secret? Possibly.

That’s according to Arts an Entertainment Editor Bob Sokolsky as he notes the little attention this 86 year-old group has received in comparison to so many other area cultural organizations.

Yet, he points out, the players have done some fine work this season, especially with its current production of Horton Foote’s “The Young Man From Atlanta.”

The drama focuses upon a middle-aged man suddenly fired after 40 years on the job with a company he helped develop.

Sokolsky calls it a drama that poses a problem many can relate to and he singles out lead performer Andrew Hagan and director Patricia McQuillan for outstanding handling of a difficult project.
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