Sioux Empire Arts & Entertainment Conversations
Local playwright Richard Swanson talks about his play Hearing that has its premier tonight as part of The Premiere Premieres at the Orpheum. Then Matthew Sterud & Josh Werre about getting 54 hours to produce a film for the 54FilmFest.
Young actor & director Coleman Peterson talks about Good Night Theatre Collective and Dakota Academy of Performing Arts. He is directing next month's DAPA production of Willy Wonka Jr. Matt Wallace is an incredible sax player from Omaha that often plays locally with the Hegg Brothers. Listen to hear more about his impressive musical resume.
LUke Tatge from Good Night Theatre Collective talks about his 8th original premier. Then we catch up with Valerie Arens on how the move from music to acting has gone
JAS Quintet saxophonist Joel Shotwell returns to the show. JAS will be playing Saturday night at the Crystal Theater in Flandreau.
Monstrous Lettle Theatre's Debbi Jonjes, Macie Lupica and Whitney Rappanna talk about their upcomiing production. The PA anoucer Randy Preston tells us about Augie hockey with the new Midco Arena opening next week.
Actor Barry Longden makes his first appearance on the show. It's a shorter show this week do to the snowstorm and additional guests unable to get to the studio.
Leigh Spencer has added playwright to the resume. She talks about Comfortably Single coming up in February. Comics Luke Johnson and Nathan Hults tell us about SnoJam later this month.
The Premiere Playhouse's Alex Newcomb Weiland returns to the show to talk about TPP's production of A Christmas Carol. Then some special treat to round out the final show of 2023.
Actor/singer Kjerstin Smith is playing double duty in The Premiere Playhouse production of A Christmas Carol. Plus she's in the Rainbow Chrous and will be in The Glass Menagerie next year. Then bass guitarist and nephew Andy Wortman is on the show on his birthday.
Olde Towne Dinner Theatre's Artistic Director John Boe tells us about their produciton of Every Christmas Story Ever. Then Janice Gilbert talks about being in this month's Lie & Local at the Washiington Pavilion.
Jeremy Hegg returns to the show to talk about the Hegg Brothers Holiday Jam as well as a few other topicsa. Then Mark Conezmius tells us about this year's Christmas at the Cathedral.
Happy Thanksgiving! This week, a long overdue conversation with actor/singer/voice coach Mo Plastow. Then comics William Conway & Zach Dresch fill us in on this weekend's roast of comic Ian Reiland Smith.
Jason Pfitzer continues to grow his phography business as he opens a studio downtown this weekend. Shane Wuebben is the Sioux Falls School District's Fine Arts Coordinator. He says there's really no slow season for his department.
Dakota Acdemy of Performing Arts members Rachel Winters, Noah Winters & Lucas Schreck make their first appearnces while Broad Cast Theatre's Julie Haddock returns to the show.
Back from vacation and back to it as we hear from actor Grace Kjelden and then chat winger singer Allegra Sekely.
Singer/actor Etta McKinley brings her vibrant personality to the show for the first time. She just finished playing Sebastian in The Little Mermaid. Listen to what she has coming up.
Actor Tatiana Chance makes her first appearance on the show. Lisa Kutter & Sara Manson talk about a benefit comedy show at Ken's Corner FRiday night.
Ity's celebration time as this is episode number 200! It features former SECT/TPP Executive Director Robin Byrne, comic Alisha Rayne and Axl O' Steen interviews me.
Dance Instructor & Media Creative Helen Andrade is new to the Sioux Empire. She brings plentyh of experince to the local A & E community. SiouxperCon Convention Director Shane Gerlach gives us the details for this weekend's festivities.
Photographer Adam Jungers talks about using relfections and texture in photos. Then Maddy Elliott, Mary Rogers and Quaba Ernest join the show to talk about Headlights Theatre's final show of the seaon.
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