Gemini Theater produces original, interactive, children's musicals which focus on artistic, cultural and educational themes. This week we welcome members of the cast of Legend of Sleepy Hollow as they preview their production of this classic, spooky tale.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater previews Les Miserable, the timeless story of revolution and love that has touched lives around the world. This production combines the students of PMT's Richard E. Rauh Conservatory with CAPA's 80-piece student orchestra.
Listen as we host legendary blues guitarist Ernie Hawkins, along with the very talented Marc Reisman on harmonica and Roger Day on tuba. Hear one of Pittsburgh's' greatest musicians, live on SLB.
Singer-songwriter Lori Pearce has a beautiful voice to compliment her acoustic, dexterous, finger-picking. Her country/folk songs are at once both familiar and unique. And she's got a knack for engaging young children in singalongs. Lori's set includes the debut of her original Halloween composition, Creepy Town.
Fourteen-year-old mandolin player, Gordon Neidinger, performs live for us!
Gordon is a Ben Avon resident and member of the Pittsburgh Mandolin Orchestra. He has made guest appearances with The Great American Gypsies. Gordon also studies acoustic guitar. He is enrolled in the PA Cyber Charter School.
Steve and Cindy have been performing together for 20 years, bringing together their love of traditional music and their wealth of original songs. Accompanying themselves with guitar, concertina and banjo, their live performances are known for rich harmony, compelling songs and a good dose of humor. Steve's compositions have been covered by hundreds of artists, including John Denver and Ian & Sylvia. Live on SLB!
Cori Begg, Promotions Manager for Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania along with troop leaders Angela Wright and Rachel Pierce as well as scouts Marna Owens, Taeler Wright and Lindsay Pierce talk about Girl Scout history, current registration drives, and programs …
Prime Stage Theater presents an American Classic: Our Town.
Prime Stage’s founder, Wayne Brinda and some cast members, stop by our studio to read a scene from the play. All perforances of Prime Stage’s 2009/10 season are presented at …
Author Florence W. Biros discusses her book-turned-movie, "Dogjack". The feature film is the story of a dog from Pittsburgh who became a Civil War hero. "Dogjack" makes its debut during a special screening at Soldiers and Sailors Hall and Museum in Pittsburgh’s Oakland community.
Acclaimed author and professor Franklin Toker joins us to discuss his latest book, Pittsburgh: A New Portrait.