Peabody Opera House & More, March 2012

State of the Arts comes to you from the newly-renovated Peabody Opera House. This architectural gem was restored to its Art Deco glory and has become one of St. Louis premiere performance locations.  Host Paul Schankman takes you backstage for an episode full of stories you won’t want to miss including what the St. Louis Symphony has in store for 2012-13. HEC-TV’s Executive Director Dennis Riggs talks to St. Louis Symphony CEO Fred Bronstein about his vision for the growth of the Symphony. Also Cordell Whitlock looks at the accomplishments of The Black Rep under the leadership of Ron Himes. Plus much more you won’t want to miss.

State of the Arts is St. Louis’ only program devoted to the region’s vibrant arts community, taking audiences behind the scenes to meet the artists, writers, and performers who call St. Louis home.

Peabody Opera House & More, March 2012

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