Detroit Performs TV: Art Sustains Hope (Episode 809)

Detroit Performs TV: Art Sustains Hope (Episode 809)
January 22, 2019 Christina Amato

On this episode of Detroit Performs: Runyonland Productions presents Geoff Packard’s “For the Record,” a play based on a music producer trying to flee the genetic disease of Huntington’s; a University of Michigan professor unearths the foxtrot, “The Most beautiful Time of Life,” arranged by prisoners of Auschwitz during the Holocaust; and 2018’s Sphinx competition winner, Rubén Rengel. Plus, host DJ Oliver tours the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus and interviews its CEO, Rabbi Eli Mayerfeld.

Runyonland Productions Segment

Runyonland Productions presents Geoff Packard’s “For the Record,” a play based on a music producer trying to flee the genetic disease of Huntington’s. Episode 809/ Segment 1

University of Michigan Foxtrot Segment

A University of Michigan professor unearths the foxtrot, “The Most beautiful Time of Life,” arranged by prisoners of Auschwitz during the Holocaust. Episode 809/Segment 2

Rabbi Eli Mayerfield Segment

Host DJ Oliver tours the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus and interviews its CEO, Rabbi Eli Mayerfeld. Episode 809/Segment 3

Rubén Rengel Segment

We see 2018’s Sphinx competition winner, Rubén Rengel.. Episode 809/Segment 4.