Wednesday on Lake Effect:
NPR senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving talks about the fast-developing national political scene. Later, how art therapy focuses more on the process and less on how a piece of art turns out. Then, we look at the last play of the Renaissance Theaterworks season, which is set at the dawn of the jazz age in New York. And a project coming to Milwaukee tonight brings to light some long lost Yiddish songs.
- Ron Elving, senior editor and correspondent for the Washington desk at NPR
- Emily Nolan, art therapist and director of the Bloom Center for Art and Integrative Therapies; Jim Tasse, co-director, The Feast of Crispian; Patti Sherman-Cisler, director, Jewish Museum Milwaukee
- Julie Swenson, co-founders, Renaissance Theatre Works; Marti Gobel, actor playing "Jessie Brewster," The Violet Hour
- Anna Shernshis, professor and historian, Institute for Yiddish Studies at the University of Toronto; Pavel Lion (a.k.a Psoy Korolenko), singer-songwriter