The Luminary, April 2015

State of the Arts presents art with a social conscience that resonates with surrounding communities like Ferguson. From edgy printmaker Tom Huck to musician Pokey LaFarge to animator Sarah Paulsen, hear from artists and performers in their own distinctive voices–plus see an overview of the new Muny season, a sit down with Broadway actor Ken Page and a profile of two Alvin Ailey dancers who will make a mark on arts education.

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The Luminary, April 2015

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Empty Hallways, Silent Classrooms

Area photographers capture the sad state of what were once amazing feats of architecture and design - old St. Louis schools.

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Prime Theatre

Prime Theatre unites a diverse group of writers, directors, actors and designers and gives them 24 hours to create and stage 10-minute plays.

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Fat Dancer: The Chorus Line you've been "weighting" to see!

A new play by St. Lou Fringe uses the real life experiences of its cast to create a drama called "Fat Dancer." Paul Schankman previews this 12 minute play.

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The Legacy of the Black Cowboy

The Southeastern Rodeo Association is committed to keeping the black cowboy and history of how the black cowboy tamed the old west, alive.

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STUDENT ART PROJECT

The report follows the students for several days to the completion of the project, a first for terminal 2/Lambert.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am