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Today Paul Pepper and LORI HENDERSON talk about the Missouri Mission of Mercy (or MOMOM) Dental Clinic, which provides services for those in need, free of charge. Find out why you need to mark your calendars for July 31 and August 1! At [4:35] JOE BOGUE and ERICA BRUINGTON tell us about "Leading Ladies," a new comedy from Maplewood Barn Theatre that opens tonight! July 1, 2015

Today Paul Pepper chats with ANNA DRAKE, Heart of Missouri CASA, about new training opportunities for potential volunteers. They're looking for a two-year commitment, 8-10 hours per month. At [4:35] CHRISTINA GRANT and BILL BAER tell us about Maplewood Barn Theatre's "Two By Two," a 'comical yet touching retelling of the story of Noah.' Find out how they're pulling off such a complicated performance night after night! May 26, 2015

Today Paul Pepper chats with DR. SUSAN QUIGLEY-DUGGAN, Central Methodist University, about their summer opera, "Cosi fan tutte." It opens June 12th - mark your calendars! At [3:45] CHARLIE WILKERSON and BYRON SCOTT talk about "Darker Shores," on stage now at Maplewood Barn. You won't want to watch this show alone - find out why! May 5, 2015

Today Paul Pepper chats with the director of Maplewood Barn's  Children's Theatre, SHAWNDA SALAZAR, about summer camp for kids ages 6-12. Only 20 accepted, so register early! At [4:13] SARAH GALLAGHER tells us about the Pedaler's Jamboree bike ride (a.k.a the 'rolling rock concert') happening Memorial Day weekend in support of the Katy Bridge Coalition. April 20, 2015

Conclusion of the two-part holiday story begun last Friday.

Magic, romance, jealousy and silly fairies mix together for this Twelfth Night story by the Victorian satirist.

When amateur theatricals invade a Victorian home, the result is an evening of chaos.

Two grin-inducing yarns – a cowboy’s lament and a detective’s devious deductions – by America’s master of the short story.

A sickly Indian boy sees the world through his bedroom window; by the first non-Western winner of the Nobel Prize for literature.

A nostalgic look at how Thanksgivings in the countryside used to be through the eyes of a beloved sentimental novelist.

The Lost Duchess (Anonymous)

Nov 16, 2012

The Duchess has been kidnapped by a clever gang!  Or has she……?

Two satirical stories, sending up the immortal Sherlock and the very future of mankind.

A clever impersonator sneaks past the pretensions of two young ladies who think their current suitors are beneath their standards.

The Skull (Dick)

Oct 26, 2012

A Halloween tale about a man who gets a chance to change the course of history – or so he thinks.

A laughter-inducing tour inside the heads of two cultured rivals who never say what they really think.

Jones (Osborne)

Oct 12, 2012

Sometimes winning the girl of a guy’s dreams involve drastic measures, such as telling white lies, giving blood and getting electric shock therapy.

Bertie and Jeeves save another friend from a young man’s greatest fear:  losing the allowance provided by a stingy uncle.

The irrepressible Emma McChesney is back, creating a fashion revolution while facing defeat from the green-eyed monster.

A satirical look at how and why theater melodramas are built and performed.

Do you want to trade your troubles for another life?  Here comes the judge, and his imp, who can make it happen.

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