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A scene from The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk.
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A scene from The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk.
The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy is a new art installation by Böhler and Orendt in The Halsey Institute.
Credit The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
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The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy is a new art installation by Böhler and Orendt in The Halsey Institute.

In this season finale of Spoleto Backstage, Jeanette Guinn talks with the stars of The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, Marc Antolin and Daisy Maywood. 

Victoria Hansen speaks with Geoff Nuttall, artistic director for the Spoleto Chamber Music Series, about working with local schools to introduce classical music to students.

Then, Christian Orendt, one half of the artistic duo behind The Carrion Cheer: A Faunistic Tragedy on display at The Halsey Institute, explains the in between of life and death. 

Jeanette Guinn is a professor in the Arts Management Program in College of Charleston’s School of the Arts and is pleased to have former students working in the US, Europe and Australia. After interning at the South Carolina Arts Commission during graduate school, Jeanette spent 25 great years working as an arts manager.