From The Studio

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

Spokane Public Radio

Verne interviews Patricia Walker, Executive Director of the Panida Theater and Rebecca Revak, Events Manager at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint. This interview provides background on the theater and highlights the upcoming 90th Birthday Celebration of the Panida this weekend. 

Panida Theater's 90th Birthday Celebration takes place on November 18th at 6:00 PM in Sandpoint, Idaho.

For more information visit the Panida Theater's event page for the 90th Birthday Celebration

The Denin Koch Trio performed live, in the studio for an afternoon of Jazz on Friday.

Denin Koch plays guitar, Brandon Cowan, bass, and Jensen Leggett on drums. 

Spokane Public Radio

Verne interviews Wendy Carroll, Alec Steele who plays Tevye and Lorna Hamilton, director of Out of the Shadows Theater's production of "Fiddler on the Roof". 

"Fiddler on the Roof" will take place from November 17th - November 19th at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Coeur d'Alene, ID. For more information and to purchase tickets visit the online calendar for The Coeur d'Alene Salvation Army Kroc Center website.

From the Studio: A Christmas Story the Musical

Nov 15, 2017
Spokane Public Radio

Visiting Verne in the studio today are the cast and crew of Spokane Civic Theatre's presentation of A Christmas Story the Musical. Guests include Mark Pleasant as The Old Man,  Brody Else as Randy, Kevon Burget playing Ralphie, Tami Knoell as Mother and  Tom Armitage as Jean Shepherd. They performed three pieces in the following order: 

"Red Ryder", "That's What a Mother Does" and "Genius on Cleveland Street" 

For show times and more information go to Spokane Civic Theatre's website

The annual Fall Folk Festival kicked off Saturday, November 11 with a free concert broadcast live on KPBX! Nacho Celtic Hour's Carlos Alden and SPR Music Director Verne Windham hosted a diverse group of folk performers at Spokane Community College, including Dan Maher, who was honored for his Inland Folk Program, celebrating 35 years on the air this year. Audience members were welcome to watch and listen anytime between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

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