Two of Nancy White's plays — “Still As Rain” and “Severed Strings” — were selected and performed last month.
Mary Kettlewell finds the thrill of singing and performing irresistible.
The Stephens Summer Theatre Institute will present four free shows beginning May 20. All shows will be open to the public.
The project is an extension of a mural at the Columbia Academy of Music. Both the panels and the music are related to the Blues in the Schools program.
"America: Now and Here" begins its inaugural three-week run Friday in Kansas City before heading to Detroit and Chicago.
City Lights, the Rock Bridge High School show choir, competed at the national level Saturday. It did not advance to the final round.
The mural was designed by Artlandish Gallery owner Lisa Bartlett and integrated Columbia students' illustrations from the Blues in the Schools program. It was painted on the exterior of the Columbia Academy of Music.
Until 1957, General Hospital No. 2 operated as a black-only hospital and General Hospital No. 1 served whites. Kevin Willmott captured the story in his upcoming documentary, "From Separate to Equal: The Creation of Truman Medical Centers."
Aeolus String Quartet and the Akropolis Reed Quintet won the Plowman Chamber Music Competition in Columbia last weekend.
The society surpassed its goal of $100,000 and will be able to perform at the Hot Summer Nights Music Festival.
The Big Muddy Folk Festival is marking its 20th anniversary and the Civil War's 150th anniversary with a lineup of folk musicians from around the country.
Questions are being raised about 10 unsigned paintings by the Missouri artist, but some art historians are questioning the veracity of the evidence.
About 1,600 people went to the seventh annual exhibition of flowers and art.
Most events at the symposium — celebrating the 100th birthday of the playwright and MU alumnus — are free and open to the public.
Cornelius Eady, an award-winning poet and playwright, came to MU in the fall as an endowed chair in the English department. He is teaching his first classes this semester.
Director James Marsh is the winner of True/False Film Festival's True Vision Award. Three of Marsh's films are being shown this year.
Hot Summer Nights, a classical music event stretching from June 11 to July 9, will return to the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts this summer.
The reader's theater performance will take place March 11, followed by auditions for "Glengarry Glen Ross" the next two days.
Six members of the state council will attend a conference in May to talk about why states should continue funding school arts programs, even in economic difficulties.
The museum claims the U.S. government is trying to seize the mask and return it to Egypt. But the museum says it has legal rights to the mask it purchased in 1998.