Host Tom Sudholt and Patricia Racette, Artistic Director of the Gerdine Young Artist's Program at Opera Theatre of St. Louis, discuss Songs for St. Louis: A Concert in the Commons, which airs Monday, November 16, at 7pm on Nine PBS and again on November 22 at 11am and November 26 at 7pm.
Carrie Houk, Founder and Executive Artistic Director of Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis, joins host Jim Doyle to talk about the 5th Annual Festival, En Avant! going on now. Carrie shares how the decision was made to take the festival to the airwaves, noting that the gorgeous language that Williams used adapts beautifully to the radio. She talks about the theme, En Avant!, which means moving forward, and discusses each of the works featured in the festival, including "The Glass Menagerie".
The fourth night of the 5th Annual Festival features "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams, followed by commentary with Tom Mitchell, TWStL Scholar-in-Residence. This performance features actors Elizabeth Teeter, Bradley James Tejeda, Brenda Currin, and Chaunery Kingsford. Then, hear "You Lied to Me About Centralia", which features actors Chauncy Thomas and Julia Crump. Tune in at 7pm for two incredible plays!
The third night of the 5th Annual Festival features "Glass" by Michael Aman, followed by commentary with Tom Mitchell, TWStL Scholar-in-Residence. Tune in at 7pm to Classic 107.3 to hear this performance, which features the talents of Bradley James Tejeda and Kari Ely.
The second night of the 5th Annual Festival features "The Man in the Overstuffed Chair" with Jeremy Lawrence, followed by commentary with Tom Mitchell, TWStL Scholar-in-Residence. Tune in at 7pm to Classic 107.3 to hear this amazing performance, presented by special arrangement with The University of the South (Sewanee, Tennessee).
The first night of the 5th Annual Festival features "Something Wild" with Ken Page and "Tom and Rose" with Jeremy Lawrence, followed by commentary with Tom Mitchell, TWStL Scholar-in-Residence. Tune in at 7pm to Classic 107.3 to hear these incredible performances!
Classic 107.3 host Jim Doyle speaks with Ron Himes, Founder and Producing Director of The Black Rep, about a wide range of issues on this Juneteenth.
Classic 107.3 host Julie Schuster speaks with Kwofe Coleman, Managing Director of The Muny, about the 2020 season postponement and the virtual content coming from The Muny this summer.
Classic 107.3 Host Tom Sudholt talks with Andrew Jorgensen, General Director of Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, and Tom Ridgely, Producing Artistic Director of the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival and Creative Producer of Arts United STL, about the upcoming benefit concert and what it means for St. Louis performing artists.
As part of our Kaleidoscope series focusing on the arts in our area schools, Classic 107.3 host Julie Schuster talks with Harvey Lockhart, Band Director and Performing Arts Coordinator at Riverview Gardens High School, and senior student John Houston about the school’s music program.