Five actors play 1940s radio actors performing a broadcast in Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre's "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play."
Peggy King, a local glass artist, sells fused glass pieces at art shows and local stores.
Missouri Contemporary Ballet Choreographer Karen Grundy use a hands-on style to work with her dancers while preparing for their production of "Falling." The dance was inspired by a poem written Valerie Wedel. The dance will premere Friday at Missouri Theatre for the Arts.
Columbia Entertainment Company produced the 2007 Pulitzer Prize winning play "Rabbit Hole" about a couple coping with the death of their son after he was hit by a teenage driver.
Twenty years ago, Pat Martino suffered from an aneurysm that threatened to take away the musical career he created. After surgery, he recovered his abilities and will perform in Columbia this Wednesday to showcase his relearned talent.
Costume designers for Stephens College's production of "Ah, Wilderness!" worked to create unique items from scratch to reflect the period, the tone of the play and the personalities of the characters.
Performing Arts in Children's Education's production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" opens Thursday night. The play is a new adaptation of the famous book.
MU will be performing a translation of Federico Garcia Lorca's work "The Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife." The translator of the work talks about the growing racial gap in the theater community and the highs and lows of her play writing career.
Six weeks after taking on a job as chief executive officer of the Missouri Theatre, R. Eric Staley talks about changes he has made and the building's future.
Costumes from past Warehouse Theatre productions were sold at a rummage sale Saturday to raise money for the Warehouse Theatre and the Playhouse Costume Shop.
MU is performing two Edward Albee plays. Although both were written roughly 50 years ago, director David Crespy thinks they're still relevant.
Stephens College will hold its 2nd Annual Citizen Jane Film Festival this weekend. The festival will have submitted films from women and film making workshops.
The MU Law School's Historical and Theatrical Trial Society will stage a fictional trial of 19th century abolitionist John Brown for the murders of five pro-slavery men in Pottawatomie Creek, Kan., in 1856.
Homer and Mary McCollum carve and paint old-fashioned wooden toys to sell and show at folk festivals in mid-Missouri.
"The Grass Harp," a musical based on a novella by Truman Capote, will be playing at the Rhynsburger Theatre beginning Wednesday night. The musical's previous failures have not stopped its production at MU.
"Ladies at the Alamo" opens the 2009-2010 season of the Stephens College Theatre Department. The play follows five Texas women and their struggle for control over a community theater.
Add9, an MU a cappella group, has been invited to audition for a nationally televised talent show.
The Columbia Entertainment Company’s 31st season starts Thursday night with "You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown." From a variety of backgrounds, CEC members are promising an evening with Schulz’s classic characters.
Grant Elementary School celebrated its new eco-friendly classroom and promoted sustainability through a documentary.