When she’s not out walking through or writing about Buffalo gardens, Elizabeth Licata is editing Buffalo’s premier lifestyle magazine Buffalo Spree. But she still had time to sit down and talk to Peter about her life and career.
Stephen McKinley Henderson is equally at home doing television, film or live theater. And he’s always turning up somewhere! Recently, he turned up on Peter’s computer screen to talk about his life, his career, and his “artistic home” - Buffalo.
It’s a Happy Holiday Special Episode as Peter gets his wish to meet Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra music director JoAnn Falletta who answers questions about her life, her role with the BPO, and her love for Buffalo.
Ever since Brian Mysliwy entered the Buffalo theater scene, he became a busy and much sought after performer. But Peter gets him to finally sit still for an entertaining talk about his fast moving life: his local fame, his talented family, his work at Fisher-Price.
Patti Thomas is a busy woman: managing her husband’s brand, running a construction company, and administering the charitable deeds of the Thurman Thomas Family Foundation. But she took a brief pause from it all to talk about her life!
It’s the one-year anniversary of "Off Road," so Peter reaches back in time to air a segment never before released. Here is the first interview he ever recorded, and it’s with "Artie Lifetime Achievement” winner and restauranteur Jay Desiderio.
Peter’s virtual studio is over-flowing with talent this week as six of Buffalo’s most well known playwrights talk about their contributions to RLTP’s upcoming “Buffalo Rises 2.0” festival of 10 minute radio plays.
Two more long-awaited interviews highlight this edition of Off Road, as the Jewish Repertory Theater and the proprietors of the very popular theater bar “Matinee” join Peter for fun conversation.
What do you do when you can’t have an audience in your theater? You take your show to them! The star and playwright of RLTP’s “Bigfoot” talk about how they are making it all happen.
Peter ventures far from the city (virtually, of course) to talk to Seth Wochensky from Springville Center for the Arts, then continues his review of future theater plans with Kelly and Kristin from Second Generation back in Buffalo.