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Reviews of Henry IV, Henry V, The Magic Flute, and others: May 15, 2014

Reviews of Henry IV, The Homecoming, Henry V, Prayer for the Gun Bug, The Magic Flute, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

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Memorial Day…Every Day

It’s all about names and faces, faces and names.

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Building a Solid Foundation, May 2014

Phil Dunlap demonstrates the process and importance of building a strong technical foundation, which is essential for musicians as they develop technique.

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The Mother Road

…more than just old Route 66.

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April 2014, Harris Stowe State University

Pokey LaFarge, Bella & Lily and Darwyn Apple are just some of the musicians featured in this State of the Arts.

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Sculptor Harry Weber: St. Louis Blues, Bull & Bear

Harry Weber’s latest Bronze sculpture to grace the St. Louis landscape is along Washington Avenue. And find out how the “St. Louis Blues” music is the essence of another bronze for Washington Ave.

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I Love Jazz with Don Wolff – Special Archives Edition, March 2014

Catch never-seen performances from Dawn Weber, Marlena Shaw, Webster University, Marilyn Maye & Billy Stritch, and Willie Akins & Montez Coleman.

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Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Perform with the East St. Louis Jazz Band

The East St. Louis High School Jazz Band perform with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra for an never to be forgotten experience.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: Ceramics

Interact with ceramics artist Ruth Reese as she creates a new piece of artwork inspired by her influences and artistic vision.

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Pokey LaFarge, Just a Plain Ole Midwestern Boy

In Pokey LaFarge’s 31 years, he’s played his unique style of music for fans around the world. His style isn’t an act; it’s who he is.

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Making a Pitch

The American shrine to America’s biggest back yard game is right in our back yard.

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Anthony Gomes: Blues Evolution

Canadian born Blues artist Anthony Gomes shares his love for Blues with HEC TV. The Blues originated in African-American communities of the “Deep South” at the end of 19th century, but Gomes talks about the evolutionary process of the Blues, it’s newfound musicians and audience.

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Reviews of We Will Rock You, Red Light Winter, and others: March 20, 2014

Reviews of We Will Rock You, Soups, Stews and Casseroles: 1976, Red Light Winter, Rent, The Awakening, Lucia di Lammermoor, Peter and the Starcatcher, others.

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St. Louis Theater Circle 2014 Awards

Actors, actresses, directors, choreographers, designers and theater companies are honored for drama, music and comedy at the St. Louis Theater Circle Awards.

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Dance About Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee, April 2014

A dance based on the life and career of Olympic gold medalist Jackie Joyner Kersee iis brought to the stage by MADCO.

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An Intercultural Instrument: The Fiddle

With its roots in the African American community, for generations the fiddle has delighted its listeners in every music genre from Jazz to European Classicals.

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Reviews of Shirley Valentine, Jersey Boys, and others: March 6, 2014

Interview of Bobby Miller and Wayne Salomon. Reviews of Shirley Valentine, The House of the Spirits, Jersey Boys, Middletown, and You Can’t Take It with You

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Reviews of Other Desert Cities, Gee’s Bend, and others: February 20, 2014

Reviews of Other Desert Cities, Gee’s Bend, Lovers, The Little Dog Laughed, Falstaff, Tales of the Lost Formicans, Man of La Mancha, The Andrew Brothers Musical.

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The Creative World of Synthia Saint James

Harris Stowe State University hosted artist, Synthia Saint James as their artist -in –residence as part of their Black History Month Celebration.

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Circus Flora Celebrates With STL Symphony, February 2014

Join us for The St. Louis Symphony Town Hall programs, where you will hear from David Robertson and Fred Bronstein as they discuss the finances and future of the orchestra.

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Reviews of The Other Place, The Whipping Man, and others: February 6, 2014

Reviews of The Other Place, For Colored Girls…, Forget Me Not, The Whipping Man, Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet), and Swallows and Amazons.

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Toe-Tappin’ Fiddlin’….Missouri Style

They can’t put their fingers on what it is, but they know it when they hear it.  It’s “Missouri fiddlin'” and it’s not like any other.  Take THAT, Tennessee!

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State of the Arts at World Chess Hall of Fame, January 2014

The art of chess, dark graphic novels and a worldwide dance to Michael Jackson’s Thriller are just some of the stories in this episode of SOTA.

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Reviews of Opus, The Meeting, All My Sons and others: January 23, 2014

Reviews of Opus, The Meeting, Verismo, All My Sons, The Ride Down Mount Morgan, Crossing Delancey and Whatever Remains….

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Best MD in Town (Mender of Dolls)

Of all the hospitals in town, this one may be the sweetest…

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Webster University- Jazz Interpretations of the Music of Irving Berlin, January 2014

This episode highlights the Jazz program at Webster University & “Jazz Interpretations of the Music of Irving Berlin” – with guests Erin Bode and Peter Ayres.

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Shanara Gabrielle/Alec Wild Interview plus Two Reviews: January 9, 2014

Reviews of Solemn Mockeries and West Side Story, and an interview with Shanara Gabrielle and Alec Wild, who are directing “Swallows and Amazons” at CoCA.

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Lara Teeter Interview Plus Reviews of Elf and others: December 26, 2013

Reviews of Elf, Room at the Inn, The Velveteen Rabbit, and An Almost Perfect Murder, and an interview with actor, director, and professor Lara Teeter.

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2013 UMSL Holiday Jazz Concert

The UMSL Jazz Ensemble, Vocal Point and the University Orchestra present the Jazz for the Holidays Concert. Tune in for your holiday favorites.

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What A Dump(e)!!!

Sixteenth century England has thrived in St. Louis for forty years….

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A Show of Strength

An inspirational story that captures the transformative power of art in the lives of those not typically afforded such opportunities.

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Reviews of The Mousetrap, Medal of Honor Rag, and others: December 12, 2013

Reviews of The Mousetrap, Medal of Honor Rag, Hannah Senesh, The Butterfingers Angel, etc., Black Nativity, Oh Hell!, Kosher Lutherans, and Smokey Joe’s Cafe.

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Five Short Films Featured at the St. Louis International Film Festival

December Frames bring you five short films ranging from humor to horror, existential angst to heroism, all of which were featured at the recent St. Louis International Film Festival, all by young area filmmakers.

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Reviews of Sister Act: the Musical, Godspell, and others: November 28, 2013

Reviews of Sister Act; Godspell; I Love You…Now Change; My Children! My Africa!; Veronica’s Room; Morning’s at Seven; Sondheim’s Forum; & The Country Wife.

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Dawn Weber, Big Muddy Blues Festival, Arturo Sandoval, Dizzy Gillespie, November 2013

From this episode’s home base at the Moonrise Hotel, I Love Jazz with Don Wolff features an interview and performances from a variety of musicians.

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Reviews of Freud’s Last Session, Pterodactyls, and others: November 14, 2013

eviews of Freud’s Last Session, Pterodactyls, All Is Calm, The Hothouse, Tuesdays with Morrie, The Woman in Black, Faust, and Antigone.

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Kids Rock Cancer

Medicine heals the body; music heals the soul.

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Halloween Jokes? The Threat is Gone.

We challenge a long-time St. Louis Thing – and it’s scary. Or not.

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Reviews of Fly, The Trivia Job, Peter Pan, and others: October 31, 2013

Reviews of Fly, Spring Awakening, The Trivia Job, Peter Pan, Young Frankenstein, Les Miserables, The Comedy of Errors, and The Odd Couple.

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Challenger Learning Center Logo Contest Winner

Winner of the St. Louis Challenger Learning Center Logo contest is 11-year old Megan Mathews, PROBE student from the Ferguson-Florissant School District.

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