A growing movement in D.C. aims to bring locally written and produced plays to the stage using a non-traditional "collective theater" model. Kojo learns how this model is changing prospects for playwrights and regional theater making.
In the wake of last year’s economic collapse, many people questioned whether America’s capitalist system was morally bankrupt. But the recession has also given rise to a wave of entrepreneurs dedicated to changing the underlying values of America’s business culture. We hear from one local business owner leading the charge and an academic encouraging business students to pursue projects with social value.
- G. Anand Anandalingam Dean, Robert H. Smith School of Business, The University of Maryland
- Seth Goldman Co-Founder, President, Honest Tea; Co-Founder Bethesda Green
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