Spark reveals art that we might not always feel comfortable talking about. The Traveling Jewish Theater performs "Blood Relative" (formerly called the "Middle East Project"), a drama showing the crisis of Israel-Palestine from several perspectives. Radioactive mushroom clouds are the subject of conceptual artist Richard Kamler, stimulated by his own thyroid cancer. And finally we head out to the Fat-Bottom Revue the Big Burlesque show by voluptuous vixens.
This program is not currently scheduled for broadcast.
Learn more about the politics of burlesque with the Fat Bottom Review.
Visit with Richard Kamler as he addresses war, peace, justice and now his own battle with cancer.
Witness the brave undertaking of Traveling Jewish Theatre as they bring the perspectives of both Arabs and Jews together on stage.
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