Spreading a little love of classical music in the month of February.
Cadillac is a fascinating inside look at a car dealership, the forces that drive it, the sales people the customer, the strategies of the business.
I think that there are things in the staging of the mad scene that have never been done before.
I guess I’d have to say that in some ways my idol was always sort of Julie Andrews. And today I do sing some of the songs that she made her own.
With the Art and Science of Color, WonderLab is creating a situation that might allow grownups, bringing their kids to play, to stumble upon their creativity.
Part of the pleasure of working on this has been learning more of and about the songs.
The pride that the director feels is founded, but smug and its break down is a key to the arc of the drama.”
Lucia… can easily become an exercise in black and white a sort of dark Dark Shadows, but stage director Marvel has resisted that to I think very good effect.
It’s a concert that conductor David Bowden affectionately calls “love those strings.”
One of the stars of "The Comedians of Comedy" comes to town, outfitted with an arsenal of surreal vignettes and wicked impersonations.
With the Super Bowl recently passed, and the Olympics gearing up, I started trying to put together a sort of classical music “dream team.”
Director McFadden has marshaled all the tools of theatre to make Marat/Sade as entertaining and vitally theatrical as it is meaningful
A new biography by ISU Professor Michael Shelden challenges the traditional notion that Mark Twain spent his last years bitter and depressed.
For the Lincoln bicentennial, the Spokane Symphony commissioned American composer Michael Daugherty to write Letters from Lincoln for baritone and orchestra.
Urinetown is a dystopia about a future world where a single company controls all the water and everyone has to pay to use the toilet.
"It’s kind of amazing, but this show that many have never heard of is one of the four most produced plays of 2000."
Composers are often drawn to the natural world as a source of inspiration for their works. They then create sound environments to depict the world around them.
Song, dance, light verse and an excursion for pie
“I was playing electric cello. Neither classical nor jazz players were very interested in what I could do. Working with dancers just was a natural fit."