The latest episode of Open Studio with Jared Bowen features the Brandywine Workshop and Archives exhibit at the Harvard Art Museums. Bowen also sits down with Melissa Etheridge to discuss her new album, "One Way Out." Christopher V. Edwards of Actors' Shakespeare Project talks about their staging of "The Bomb-itty of Errors," and GBH's Arun Rath gives us a behind the scenes a look at the staging of Handel's "Amadigi di Gaula."

First, an exhibit at the Harvard Art Museums marks the 50th anniversary of the Brandywine Workshop and Archives, a nonprofit cultural institution based in Greater Philadelphia. Brandywine's mission is to bring artists from diverse backgrounds into the printmaking realm. This exhibit features an array of artists and more than 80 works in a collection spanning the history of the workshop.

Next, Jared sits down with singer and songwriter Melissa Etheridge who will be performing at City Winery Boston in June. Etheridge is defined by boldness and conviction, especially as one of the first celebrities to come out as a lesbian. However, there was a time when her songs were so personal and raw that even she was uncomfortable performing them. She has resurfaced those songs from the late 1980s and early 1990s on her recent album “One Way Out.”

Then, Jared talks with Christopher V. Edwards, artistic director of Actors' Shakespeare Project, about their production of "The Bomb-itty of Errors." It's a hip-hop retelling of Shakespeare’s "The Comedy of Errors," featuring a live DJ and four actors playing multiple characters.

Finally, GBH's Arun Rath gives us a behind-the-scenes look at an immersive staging of Handel's "Amadigi di Gaula," a collaboration between GBH and Boston Baroque.

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