Guest Stefanie Kirkland, Director of Exhibitions & Artists-in-Residence Programs at Craft Alliance, shares a bit of the history of the organization, how they grew into the institution they are now, and what we can look forward to in the future.
Guest Julia Flood, Artistic Director of Metro Theater Company, along with Matthew Neufeld, Managing Director, discuss the history of their group and share what lies beyond the horizon.
Guest Stacy West, Artistic & Executive Director of MADCO, talks about the group's origins and their mission to foster working artists and performers right here at home.
Guest Bill Ash, Executive Director of the St. Louis Classical Guitar Society, shares a brief overview of the Society's mission and upcoming performances.
Guest Amanda Thompson Rundahl, Director of Learning and Engagement at the St. Louis Art Museum discusses her work in finding ways to explain and interpret the museum's collection through various outreach efforts and programs.
Guest Sheila Banks, author & screenwriter, shares the story behind her latest book: Bittersweet.
Guest Philip Barnes, Artistic Director of the St. Louis Chamber Chorus, shares how his group brings music to life in places both expected and unexpected.
Guest Philip Boehm, Artistic Director of Upstream Theater, shares highlights from this season's current and upcoming shows.
Guest Kathleen Sitzer, Artistic Director of the New Jewish Theatre, shares highlights of their upcoming 20th season.
Guest Jessica Hentoff, Artistic Executive Director & Founder of Circus Harmony, reveals what a simple cup of coffee has in common with running away to join the circus.
Guests Denny Reagan, President & CEO & Tracy Utzmyers, Production Supervisor of The Muny share with our listeners a bit of what goes into putting on a large outdoor production and what we can look forward to during their upcoming 99th season.