Wed November 14, 2007
In the first part of the show, Georgia Engel is the guest. She's in town for the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center's production of "The Drowsy Chaperone" which is playing at the Blumenthal this week. We'll talk about
's television acting roles in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and on "Everybody Loves Raymond" and her role in "Chaperone" in the first segment.
For "The Drowsy Chaperone" tickets: 704-372-1000.
Georgia Engel - Actress, "The Drowsy Chaperone"
In the second half, we'll meet the authors of "Same Kind of Different As Me", a book about the unique friendship formed by an art dealer and a homeless person and the woman who brought them together. It's a fascinating true story that sheds new light on homelessness and human relationships. We'll talk to the authors about their story and what they're doing now on the next Charlotte Talks.
There's a community forum on homelessness with today's guests from 7-9pm at
Museum of the New South. Reservations are required at 704-714-4444.
Ron Hall - Former art dealer and co-author of "Same Kind of Different As Me"
Denver Moore - Former homeless person and co-author of "Same Kind of Different As Me"