This week Diana chats with Trent Rash & Winona Wiley from Stephens about their production of 'A March Family Christmas' and then to curator Kate Gray and photographers Shane Epping & Chase Thompson, two of ten photographers in the What is Columbia? exhibit at the Montminy Gallery.
This week Diana revisits two segments from earlier shows where she learns improv from the Stable Boys Improv Troupe, and tries to sound American with help from Accent Colors Dialect Coach Paula Vanlandingham, plus she is joined in the studio by Chuck Bay, Jacob Travis, Hugh Emerson and Nancy Russell - a quartet of a cappella barbershop singers from the Boonslick Chordbusters.
This week Diana talks to artists Melynda Lotven and Carla McFarland about the Fall into Art festival, and then to political satire sculptor, Tim Swenson, and Columbia College professor Mike Sleadd, about the 'Democrazy' show on at the college's Larson gallery until November 30th.
This week Diana talks to MU Music Professor Christine Seitz and composer, Hans Bridger Heruth about the world premier of his one-act opera 'A Certain Madness, and in the second half of the show to Audra Sergel and Michele Curry about the Starting Gate New Play Festival on at Talking Horse theatre this weekend.