From The Studio

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Interviews and performances from inside the KPBX studio. Please click the headline for expanded text and/or audio.

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Playwright Sandra Hosking spoke with Verne Windham this morning, about her play, "Creeps," which will open this weekend at Stage Left Theater

The University of Montana Chamber Choir under the direction of David Edmonds, stopped by the studio for a live performance on Friday morning!  

Christopher Lamb and Khouri Potts have a conversation with Verne Windham about the production of The Turn of the Screw at  Stage Left Theater.

    Ryan Shore and Jennie Oliver stopped by the studio to chat with Verne about Reasons to be Pretty, which opens this Friday at The Modern Theater - Spokane.

From Spokane Public Radio's archives, this program was produced in 1984 by Mary Mitiguy Miller to celebrate The Age of Elegance in Browne's Addition, Spokane.

Verne Windham interveiws Cellobration concert performers John Marshall & Jeff Lastrapes.

Discussing Harold Balazs's upcoming Exhibition at Art Spirit Gallery, January 9 - February 7, 2015.


'Residents' of the Campbell House visit Verne in the studio to discuss the Campbell House Holidays exhibit at The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. Direct from 1910, the lady of the house -- Mrs. Campbell -- welcomes visitors to her decorated home, and the cook -- Hulda Johnson Olson -- asks for assistance in the kitchen making sugar cookies.

Director Kim Roberts and actor Neesha Schrom discuss Ignite's "A Christmas Pudding" with readings, stories, and traditional carols. 

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    Laura Little chats with Verne about Traditions of Christmas, the annual extravaganza at the Kroc Center with a cast of 80 regional performers

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