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Searching for Tom-Tennessee Williams in St. Louis

Hear from filmmaker Angela Antkowiak on her documentary about Tennessee Williams time here in St. Louis and then watch the film in its entirety.

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Backstage at Opera Theatre St. Louis, A Singer with a French Connection, & the Electronic Canvas of a Video Artist, May 2011

State of the Arts is St. Louis’s only program devoted to the region’s vibrant arts community, taking audiences behind the scenes to meet the artists, writers and performers who call St. Louis home.

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A Tour of the American Songbook, with Jane Monheit, April 2011

Jane Monheit and her quartet – with numbers from the Great American songbook and Latin Jazz. Building Blocks of Jazz defines harmony and Jazz Violinist Regina Carter visits St. Louis Children's Hospital to lift spirits with music.

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Even On An Unclear Day…

Let me guess. You've never seen it. Or from it.

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Recycle This Story!!

RECYCLE THIS STORY!!
How do they do it? How do they do it?

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Harmony, April 2011

What do a bowl of ice cream and jazz have in common? Find out by watching this edition of Building Blocks of Jazz. This original lesson given by Phil Dunlap, Director of Education for Jazz St. Louis, illustrates how melody, rhythm and harmony all combine to add “flavor” to music. Listen closely, you may recognize a childhood favorite during this demonstration.

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Six Words from Bosnia

Host Kent Martin talks with the creators of this unusual film looking at the lives of six teenagers from Bosnia living in St. Louis.

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Aging in the Shadows

This film examines the issues surrounding aging. Join host Kent Martin for an interview with the filmmaker, Lori Dowd, and then view the film in its entirety.

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He Qi: The Peaceful Message

An interview with local film makers Dale Ward and Travis Scholl on their documentary about Chinese artist He Qi and his unique, Christian themed paintings.

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Meramec River: Miracles and Milestones

Join host Kent Martin as he interviews John Baker producer of Meramec River: Miracles and Milestones

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That All May Be One

This film provides an in-depth look at the history of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in St. Louis.

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Mr. Mayor

A.J. Cervantes Jr., tells the story of his father, former St. Louis Mayor, A.J. Cervantes, through family memorabilia, campaign materials and interviews with the Cervantes family.

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Filmmaker’s Journey

A new HEC-TV series hosted by Kent Martin takes an in-depth look at St. Louis area filmmakers and their films.

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Up-Stream Theatre In the Spotlight, Art Beats & Lyrics, & True Blues, March 2011

This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Third Degree Glass Factory.

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A Different Way of Life

Join new host Bob Wilcox who talks with Brent James about his film on the history and culture of the “Intentional Community.”

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Down By The Station

DOWN BY THE STATION
In old Webster, it's a chug chug chug party for all ages.

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I Do, I Do, I Do Too, Us Too, We Do Too, Yup I Do Too, I Do . . .

I DO, I DO, I DO TOO, US TOO, WE DO TOO, YUP I DO TOO, I DO . . .
Like weddings? Then this is the place for you.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: COCA Presents – The Little Dancer – Morning Program

COCA’s production of “The Little Dancer” is focus of program. Students learn to understand choreography.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: COCA Presents – The Little Dancer – Afternoon Program

COCA Present: The Little Dancer
March 15, 2011 1 pm – This program focuses on COCA’s production of “The Little Dancer” and allows students and viewers to understand the work and choreography behind the performance. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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Andre Royo

Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

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John Pizzarelli

Interview with jazz musician John Pizzarelli

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Michael McDonald

Interview with music legend, Michael McDonald.

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Christine Brewer

Interview with Christine Brewer world’s leading dramatic soprano.

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Reviews of Baltimore Waltz, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and others: March 9, 2011

Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky interview actors Kari Ely and Peter Mayer after reviewing

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: Woodworking

Spend an hour with a talented woodworking artist as he shows us how he creates his artwork

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: Metals

Spend an hour with a metals artist as he shows us how he creates his artwork

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&%#@$*% Bike Club

Hundreds of your close personal friends on a midnight ride to whoknowswhere???

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The Roof Is On Fire

Join new host Bob Wilcox who talks with David Noble Dandridge, a Slam Poetry artist and producer of the film.

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Reviews of Macbeth, Ruined, Closer, and others: February 24, 2011

Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky review Macbeth at the Rep and Ed Asner as FDR

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Ann Hampton Callaway, February 2011

This “Special Edition” of I Love Jazz features an extended interview and some never seen performances with singer/composer/pianist Ann Hampton Callaway

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(un)Bridled

An exploration of freedom through the art of dance by St. Louis’ ANNONYArts

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Sa-Weet!

A Ski trip to Breese, Illinois…an EXCELent place.

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Put That In Your…

Here….ONLY here…it's a Missouri Thing.

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Worlds of Bright Glass

In 1923, Paul Heuduck and his family emigrated from Germany to America at the request of his employer, the Berlin mosaic and art glass firm Puhl-Wagner. Paul helped establish the Ravenna Mosaic Company, a joint venture between the St. Louis art glass studio owned by Emil Frei and Puhl-Wagner, to work on the Byzantine glass mosaics for the new St. Louis Cathedral. Filmmaker Jim Scott is interviewed then see the film “Worlds of Bright Glass: The Ravenna Mosaic Company.”

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I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts

St. Louis is haunted…there are signs everywhere.

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Reviews of The Year of Magical Thinking, Grazioso, and others: January 25, 2011

Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky review THE YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING,by Joan Didion, at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

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