In this interview, I sit down with Carolyn Briggs, writer of the film Higher Ground. The film explores the inner conflict of a woman struggling with her faith.
Krista Detor talks about what comes first, words or melody, how she teaches songwriting and if she feels like all things in music have already been done.
In this interview, I sit down with critic Scott Jordan Harris at Ebertfest, and chat with him about his ideas on film criticism and his thoughts on Ebertfest.
The Fisk Opus 91 will make its debut sometime in 2013.
"It’s such a dark story and I love the fact that there’s so much energy in this production," Gran Wilson
Director Whit Stillman talks about his new movie 'Damsels In Distress,' opening in Indianapolis this weekend.
A new CD rooted firmly in the group's early music origins with some romantic and even twenty-first century sounds thrown in as well.
On this week's episode, we're reviewing Ebertfest, Roger Ebert's film festival.
The Cardinal Stage Company’s production of Roger Miller’s Big River is the culmination of a twenty year love affair for Artistic Director Randy White.
Everyday life in Bloomington in the 1850s was a drama of scarce water and free-range pigs. The allure for prospective entrepreneurs was not obvious.
Conductor and pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy stopped by the WFIU studios to tell some stories from his 60 years in the music business.
Polly Frost comes to the Brown County Playhouse for her one woman show…"How to Survive Your Adult Relationship with Your Family."
Diversity Theatre’s 5th annual FREE MOSAIC Film Festival will screen the film, 'No Kidding! Me Too.'
There are some excruciatingly angst-like harmonies and there’s also some very playful stuff!
On this week's episode, we've got Sean Connolly with us to talk about all the summer movies in 2012.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, A Country Gospel Musical by Roger Miller
A new report from the group Americans for the Arts shows a 15 percent increase in the number of arts-related businesses in Indiana since 2010.
In celebration of Creative Aging Month, area songwriters and storytellers are coming together to prove that their disciplines are intergenerational.
The Terre Haute organization Wabash Valley Art Spaces seeks to make public art more accessible and engaging.