Spotlight: Audrey Hepburn’s Secret Past, Open Air Concerts & a Japanese Form of Dance

    HEC Media’s Spotlight program airs every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 11, and showcases St. Louis’ finest contributions to art, education, and culture. In this week’s episode learn how local venues are brining live music to sold-out crowds safely, uncover Audrey Hepburn’s secret World War II Past, hear investigators discuss their hope for the MMR vaccine in the fight against COVID-19, experience the new fall exhibits at Duane Reed Gallery, have fun with “yellow” cabs in St. Louis, meet a local dancer who uses the Butoh dance form to explore mind and soul.

    Reserved Open Air Concerts are a Ticket to Safe Fun
    Grand Center arts organizations are bringing live music to sold-out crowds outdoors while limiting crowd size to remain COVID-19 safe.

    Biographer Reveals Audrey Hepburn’s Secret World War II Past
    In “Dutch Girl,” bestselling author Robert Matzen reveals the discoveries he made about Audrey Hepburn’s life growing up in the Netherlands during World War II.

    Could the MMR Vaccine Protect Against COVID-19? Global Trial Enrolls Healthcare Workers to Find Out
    Investigators discuss their hope for the MMR vaccine in the fight against COVID-19, as well as the importance for everyone to get their scheduled vaccinations.

    New Fall Exhibits at Duane Reed Gallery
    Duane Reed Gallery hosts three new exhibitions that feature innovative paintings, glass work, and sculptures.

    I am Curious. Yellow?
    The intrepid IASLT I-Team (can one person be a “team?”), investigates one of St. Louis’ most pressing peeves.

    Self-Discovery Through Butoh
    Dancer/choreographer Jane Tellini uses Butoh, a Japanese form of dance, to explore the mind and soul as she applies its elements to classical Western dance.

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