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<p>This week, we're talking with George Stelluto, Music Director of the Peoria Symphony Orchestra. Their concert Saturday night features music of Mozart, Rossini, Maurice Ravel and Jacques Ibert. Stelluto talks about the pieces on the program and how they fit together. The concert will also feature a ...
<p>A murder trial becomes the basis for questions about credibility and truth in the classic play &ldquo;Rashomon.&rdquo; A production of the play opened last weekend at Illinois Central College Theatre. Cara Rosson has this review for WCBU, and the Live Theatre League of Peoria. Opinions expressed are ...
<p>This week, we talk with William Butler from the Contemporary Art Center. They're hosting their annual Fine Art Auction Saturday night from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. The event includes both a silent and a live auction, along with musical entertainment. Butler talks about some of the works featured in the ...
<p>This week, we're talking with Chip Joyce. He' s playing the title role in &quot;Hedwig and the Angry&nbsp;Inch,&quot;&nbsp;which continues tonight and tomorrow night at Corn Stock Theatre. Joyce talks about the origin of the show, the process of &quot;becoming Hedwig&quot;&nbsp;each night, and what ...
<p>Corn Stock Theatre presents a rock-and-roll story of gender identity, set to music inspired by 1970s &ldquo;glam&rdquo; rock, with its production of &ldquo;Hedwig and the Angry Inch.&rdquo; Douglas Okey has this review for WCBU and the Live Theatre&nbsp; League of Peoria. Opinions expressed are those ...
<p>This week, we're talking with Jade Simmons, The former Miss Illinois is appearing with the Peoria Symphony Orchestra in their concert,&nbsp;Saturday night at the Peoria Civic Center Theatre. Simmons will the soloist in two pieces by George Gershwin -- the Second Rhapsody and the Concert in F. She ...
<p>Peoria Players Theatre presents the classic musical &ldquo;Mame.&rdquo; Marty Lynch has this review for WCBU and the Live Theatre League of Peoria. Opinions expressed are those of the reviewer, not those of WCBU or the Live Theatre League.</p><div class="feedflare">
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<p>This week, we talk with singer/songwriter Barry Cloyd. He's performing his 10th Anniversary Show at Forest Park Nature Center on Saturday, February 9. Over the years, it's grown from a solo concert to one that features a full band.&nbsp;We also listen to a few selections from his latest CD, &quot;Spirit ...
<p><span class="userContent">Director Jeff Driscoll talks with Nathan Irwin and Suzette Boulais about&nbsp; Arc Light Productions' upcoming performance of &ldquo;Songs for a New World.&rdquo; Part song cycle, part musical revue, the show consists of songs which depict characters on the precipice of a ...
<p>This week, we're talking with Cindy Hoey, about the Peoria Live Theatre League. The League was formed two years ago, as a means of providing wider exposure for, and promotion of, local theatrical productions. Since then, it's led to increased cooperation among the participating theatres -- and some ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><font size="3">The 2010 play, &ldquo;Red&rdquo; offers a look into the studio, and the mind of painter Mark Rothko. Conversations about art, commerce and creativity reveal a growing conflict between Rothko and his young assistant, Ken. A production is now on stage at the Corn Stock ...
<p>This week, we're talking with Clark Rians, one of the actors appearing in &quot;Red&quot;&nbsp;at&nbsp;Corn Stock Theatre. He plays painter Mark Rothko, and also re-created a number of Rothko's paintings, which appear on stage in the production. He talks about preparing for his portrayal of the artist, ...
<p>The Heartland Festival Orchestra and conductor David Commanday kick off 2013 with their concert &quot;New Year's Greeting:&nbsp;Vienna to Broadway.&quot; The program mixes Viennese waltzes, and classic and contemporary show tunes from the Broadway stage. Commanday talks about the evolution of the ...
<p>The Peoria Journal-Star presents its annual &quot;Christmas&nbsp;Sing&quot;&nbsp;on Thursday,&nbsp;January 20th, at the Peoria Civic Center. Phil Jordan joins us to talk about the event, now in its 65th year. He talks about how the event has grown over the years, and its value to the Peoria community. ...
<p>Sergey Gallardo is the Artistic Director of the Peoria Ballet, which is presenting its annual production of &quot;The Nutcracker&quot;&nbsp;this weekend. He joins us to talk about this year's performance -- which includes new choreography and costumes, a live performance by the Heartland Festival ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><span><font size="3">Eastlight Theatre continues an annual tradition with its production of &ldquo;Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.&rdquo; The musical, by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, retells the Biblical story of Joseph, with a score that encompasses multiple musical ...
<p>George Stelluto, Music Director of the Peoria&nbsp;Symphony Orchestra, is with us to talk about the PSO's concert -- &quot;Music of Kings&quot;&nbsp;-- tonight at Grace Presbyterian Church in&nbsp;Peoria. The program includes works by Baroque composers Bach and Handel, as well as 20th-century looks ...
<p>(We're posting this a little early this week,&nbsp;due to&nbsp;the Thanksgiving holiday.) This week, we're talking with Loyd Kirby from the ICC&nbsp;Performing Arts Center. They're presenting the Second City's &quot;Dysfunctional Holiday Revue&quot;&nbsp;Saturday night at 7:30. The Second City has ...
<p>This weekend, the Bradley Community Chorus, Chorale and Orchestra join forces to perform the &quot;German Requiem&quot;&nbsp;by Johannes Brahms. We talk with conductor John Jost about preparing the three ensembles to perform the work, how it differs from other settings of the Requiem, and why its ...
<p class="MsoNormal"><font size="3">Halloween may have been two weeks ago, but a production now on stage at Illinois Central College presents a suitably spooky tale, with a tongue-in-cheek tribute to a classic television cartoon. The show is &ldquo;Spooky Dog and the Teen-Age Gang Mysteries.&rdquo; Douglas ...
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