For 22 years, the Pony Express Museum’s “Tuesday Night Talks” series was a highlight for the winter, usually a down time for the museum.
The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art always has been about showcasing different views, sometimes of the same thing.
The pandemic hit many industries hard, with local arts organizations, venues and bars taking huge bumps.
Since the St. Joseph Performing Arts Association can’t bring its series of performances to the Missouri Theater, it’s going to bring them to local neighborhoods.
Along with the cast and crew, Stover was deep into directing the college’s spring production, “She Kills Monsters.” Classes were stressful, but the overworked staff was up to the challenge.
“If everything falls in the way it’s supposed to fall in my department, both myself and Cassie Hoppas, who’s the costume designer, will both be out of work. So, you know, it sucks,” he said.
Salt Lake City to turn ‘Hobbitville’ into public art park SALT LAKE CITY | The eclectic community of Allen Park, known as Hobbitville, in Salt Lake City will be turned into a public art park amid efforts to protect the property from development, city officials said.
Prince eschews royal label in Scotland speech LONDON | Just call him Harry.
The quirky, outlandish, magical world of “Matilda: The Musical” shouldn’t work for a regional theater production. But Robidoux Resident Theatre was determined to make it happen.
Much like our furry friends, movies about man’s best friend come in all shapes and sizes: lost dog movies, talking dog movies, military dog movies, reincarnated dog movies. “The Call of the Wild,” directed by Chris Sanders and based on the classic novella by Jack London, is what one might ca…