Arts

Reviews of Cabaret, My Fair Lady, Our Town, and others: September 19, 2013

Reviews of Cabaret, My Fair Lady, Our Town, Entertaining Mr. Sloan, The Purpose Project: Thao’s Library, Emergency, Parade, and The Last Night of Ballyhoo.

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Hair Raising!!!!!!

This club lets you in–but just by the hair on your chinny-chin-chin….and lip.

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Marilyn Maye & Billy Stritch Along With Cabaret Jazz, September 2013

This episode of I Love Jazz features the marvelous Marilyn Maye and the incomparable Billy Stritch. Taped live at the Sheldon Concert Hall this episode puts the spotlight on Cabaret Jazz and our Jazz Gem features Rebecca Kilgore. Edith Piaf, Eartha Kitt, John Pizzarelli and Ann Hampton Callaway are also discussed.

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Four Short Films From The Cinema St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase

Each of the four Showcase films offers an unusual take on life, cleverly realized by four very different, very talented directors.

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A Conversation WithArtsBusinessCommunity

Meet Lisa Melandri, The New Director of STL’s Contemporary Art Museum, September 2013

Meet Lisa Melandri, the new director of the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis in this candid conversation with HEC-TV Executive Director Dennis Riggs.

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Reviews of Die Walkure, Time Stands Still, and Others: August 22, 2013

Reviews of Die Walkure, Time Stands Still, The Two Noble Kinsmen, The Sunset Limited, Red, and Big Love.

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2012 University City Jazz Festival

The 2012 University City Jazz Festival brought together an eclectic variety of musicians for St. Louis jazz enthusiasts to hear in Heman Park at no cost, while enjoying a culturally diverse selection of foods.

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Reviews of West Side Story, Legally Blonde, and Others: August 8, 2013

Interview of Maggie Ryan, and reviews of Legally Blonde the Musical, West Side Story, The Secret Garden, Mary Poppins the Musical, and The Enchanted Island.

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Little Boy Working on the Road

“Little Boy Working on the Road,” a tune performed by William and Becky Ray in an old-time Kentucky style (standard tuning).

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Reviews of LaBute Part 2, Timon, Little Shop, Les Miz, and others: July 25, 2013

Reviews LaBute New Theater Festival Part 2, Timon of Athens, Little Shop of Horrors, Les Miserables, Oklahoma!, and Madama Butterfly.

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A Genuine Gitbox

“There’s only one rule when it comes to cigar box guitars…”

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Reviews of South Pacific, LaBute Festival, 1776, and others: July 11, 2013

Reviews of South Pacific, LaBute New Theater Festival Part I, Soy Yo! An Afro-Latina Suite, Nunsense Muny Style!, Murphy’s Law, and 1776.

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Concrete Canvas

Once again, Paint Louis creates the biggest, longest public art anywhere…a flood (wall) of images and color.

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State of the Arts St. Louis Art Museum New Wing, June 2013

A first look at the new wing of the St. Louis Art Museum –plus one on one with backup dancer Christina Grady and poet Ntozake Shange.

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Simply Messing About in Boats

The Admiral’s fleet sets sail across–and under–the water in North St. Louis County.

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Reviews of The Wiz, King Lear, Bukowsical, and others: June 13, 2013

Reviews of The Wiz, Always…Patsy Cline, Six Degrees of Separation, Il Tabarro & Pagliacci, Chapter Two, King Lear, Circus Flora, Bukowsical, Cherry Sisters.

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Mario Frangoulis and Friends

The Horatio Alger Association proudly presents Mario Frangoulis in Concert, featuring Deborah Myers and George Perris and accompanied by the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra with Conductor Dr. Robert Hart Baker.

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Improvisation, June 2013

Peter Martin discusses how playing the wrong notes can be the right thing to do in this lesson on improvisation.

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Partner

“Partner” is a police procedural, a dark and twisting tale of extortion and double-crossing; no one is quite who they seem to be; it is a fast-paced and violent thriller.

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Causalities of the State

“Casualties of the State” is a conspiracy thriller in the tradition of Alan Pakula’s “The Parallax View,” featuring political cabals, the military-industrial complex and assassinations of high-ranking government officials.

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St. Louis Tap Fest

Robert Reed’s St. Louis Tap Fest brings in dance pros like Gregory Hines, Savion Glover, Donald O’Connor, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards & Logan Miller as mentors.

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The World On A String

Though at MOYO yo-yo, strings aren’t always attached.  With our without, it’s pretty darn amazing.

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Reviews of Waiting for Godot, Three Sisters, Million Dollar Quartet, and others: May 02, 2013

Reviews of Waiting For Godot, Three Sisters, Million Dollar Quartet, Legally Blonde The Musical, Smash/Hit, In The Next Room (Or The Vibrator Play), Fool For Love, Trouble In Tahiti.

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A Conversation WithArtsCommunityMusic

Singer Songwriter Erin Bode

Erin Bode talks about her music, family and love for St. Louis. Some call her a princess of jazz, others say her music is evolving and moving into other genres.

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Reviews of Gyspy, Jane Eyre, Conviction, Opus, and others: April 18, 2013

Reviews of Jane Eyre, Gypsy, Conviction, Into the Woods, Opus, Eurydice and Leading Ladies.

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South Broadway Broughaha!!

In which we grapple with the idea of grappling itself.

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Reviews of The Whipping Man, Childcare, and Five others: April 4, 2013

Reviews of The Whipping Man, Blithe Spirit, Childcare, Annie Oakley, As You Like It, The Pig Iron People, and A Chorus Line.

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Willie Akins and Montez Coleman, April 2013

This I Love Jazz features two artists from the St. Louis area that have enjoyed national success – generations apart. And on our educational segment, Building Blocks of Jazz, Phil Dunlap looks at the history of the piano in jazz music.

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ImaginOcean

Puppetry is an ancient art form, but a recent COCA Family Series performance gave it a new twist.

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State of the Arts Returns!

State of the Arts returns with a new episode on HEC-TV March 24 at 7pm, featuring the region’s best in art, music, theater — even puppetry — means a powerful new program for State of the Arts.

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Biodiversity Heritage Library

The Missouri Botanical Garden is making beautiful botanical artwork from more than 100,000 historic books and journals freely available online.

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999,999,999,999,999 Luftballoons

Twisters hit St. Louis! Cut massive swath of creativity though local hotel!!!

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Special Archives Edition of Unreleased Performances from 2012 Season, February 2013

Archives program with never seen performances by Bach to the Future, Jim Manley, Reggie and Mardra Thomas, Don and Alicia Cunningham, and Rick Haydon.

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Comic Geeks

HEC-TV’s Bob Wilcox interviews Brian Spath, Producer & Actor of the new web series Comic Geeks.

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Reviews of The Book of Mormon, Next to Normal, and others: March 7, 2013

Reviews of The Book of Mormon, Boeing Boeing, Next To Normal, Lilies Of The Field, Briefs” A Festival of Short LGBT Plays, and more.

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History in the First Person-Stories of the Civil Rights Movement – Afternoon Program

Join Live! host Tim Gore and schools from across the nation, as he interviews local civil rights champions.

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The Show Before the Show

A very old movie tradition is still alive and well in St. Louis…and it’s all in Gerry Marian’s hands.

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Reviews of Sense and Sensibility, Mountaintop, Speed the Plow, and others: February 21, 2013

Reviews of new plays opening in the St. Louis area, including Sense and Sensibility, The Mountaintop, Speed-The-Plow, Psycho Beach Party and others.

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February 2013

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 Mrs. Sorken and Priscilla Queen of the Desert and interview of Nancy Bell: February 7, 2013

Reviews of Mrs. Sorkin and The Duck Variations, Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical, Splendor In The Grass, Interview with author Nancy Bell, Calendar

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