Operatic High Notes on the Hill, and Filmmakers with a Focus, May 2012

Find out about the latest happenings in the St. Louis arts scene in this episode of State of the Arts. We go behind the scenes at Craft Alliance, a place where you can be part of the art. Don’t miss our interview with new Muny Executive producer Mike Isaacson, who brings a Broadway perspective to the St. Louis’ summer outdoor theater. Right now a writer somewhere is working on the next great American play. Here in St. Louis, the St. Louis Writers Group provides staged readings by actors of new plays–so playwrights can see their words come to life. Also hear unique performance at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts helps to build employment and life skills among former homeless veterans and former prisoners.

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Operatic High Notes on the Hill, and Filmmakers with a Focus, May 2012

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