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Elizabeth Braaten Palmieri

If you have a dog that likes to swim in a pond, you'll want to hear what CB CHASTAIN, MU College of Veterinary Medicine, has to say about the potential dangers of that blue-green algae growing on (or in!) stagnate water. Also, ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI tells us about Greenhouse Theatre Project's take on Henrik Ibsen's 'Hedda Gabler'. In a first for this "site-specific" theatre company, an actual theatre is being used- of course, not in a way that you're probably used to! (3:59) September 4, 2019

Inspired by Greek tragedy, actor/playwright/GreenHouse Theatre Project co-founder ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI has written "Being Here" as a way to shed light on mental health issues. The Industry plays host to this 'tragicomedy' starting tomorrow night! Also, retired postal worker LAURIE MATTHEWS fills us in on this year's Letter Carriers 'Stamp Out Hunger' Food Drive, happening this Saturday (most) everywhere you can hear our voice! (5:17) May 7, 2019

GreenHouse Theatre Project Artistic Director, ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI, invites everyone to come see her "unusual" take on the story of Frankenstein! The classic monster tale turns 200 years old this year, and so while you think you may know it by heart, you have yet to see Elizabeth's immersive, multimedia adaptation! Plus, AMY CROUSORE invites all middle and high school-aged children to come play the organ at Missouri United Methodist Church this Saturday! 'Pedals, Pipes and Pizza' is a free event that aims to introduce the young, and the young-at-heart, to the "king of instruments." [5:06] April 9, 2018

Today Paul Pepper visits with ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI about GreenHouse Theatre Project's latest production, Henrik Ibsen's "Peer Gynt." Join the adventure outside Fretboard Coffee and Artlandish Gallery in the North Village Arts District this Wednesday through Sunday! At [4:54] HANNAH GARRAD tells us all about this Saturday's "Kids in the Kitchen" class at the Columbia Public Library. On the menu will be berry smoothies and salad kabobs (yes, salad kabobs) - register today! Sponsored by the Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. June 19, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI, Artistic Director of GreenHouse Theatre Project, about "Dark Creation: The Mary Shelley Project." This original production was written by Elizabeth and 'GreenHouse' co-founder, Emily Adams. See it this weekend beneath the vaulted ceilings inside Muse Clothing store on 9th St. in downtown Columbia! At [3:32] ROSE VOMUND and ANGELA HOLLOWAY join us with details about this Sunday's 'Kitchens in Bloom' fundraiser for Services for Independent Living. Get a sneak peek inside one of the four kitchens on the tour, courtesy of Kerry Bramon Remodeling and Design! May 1, 2017

Today Paul Pepper welcomes back ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI, Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Columbia's GreenHouse Theatre Project. Elizabeth joins us on the cusp of a three-show season six, which includes the "existential masterpiece," 'Waiting for Godot'. The theme this year is "Rebirth: an exploration of god, (womb)an and myth." At [3:44] NAT GRAHAM joins us along side one of the speakers from the first Science on Tap CoMo of 2017, JOSEPH COBETTO, a political science professor at the University of Missouri. Joseph will be leading a "scientific" presentation titled, 'What Happened on November 8th?' If the election results surprised you, show up this Wednesday at Craft Beer Cellar for some answers! January 23, 2017

Today Paul Pepper chats with JANICE RAMBO, Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, about eating fresh produce, and the best way to cook it - think you know? The answer may surprise you! At [4:47] GreenHouse Theatre Project's ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI invites everyone to come see an original production called "To the Sea." Elizabeth says, "it's all about life and death, but it's a comedy, too." Catch it starting June 1st inside Imago Art Gallery in downtown Columbia! May 26, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with ELIZABETH BRAATEN-PALMIERI about "The Con Artist," an original comedy opening tonight at the Columbia Art League! Plus, find out about GTP's upcoming trip to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. At [4:20] BRUCE BURKETT - in honor of May being Hepatitis C Month - tells us about the disease, what the signs are and how you can get tested. (Hint: it's not a routine test.) May 6, 2015

Today Paul Pepper visits with DR. RICK FRAUNFELDER, from University of Missouri Health Care's Mason Eye Institute, about age-related vision issues. Have you ever wondered what happens to our eyes as we get older, and what we can do about it? We've got the answers! At [4:57] ELIZABETH BRAATEN PALMIERI and RHIAN McLEAN, GreenHouse Theatre Project, talk about their latest production, "Don Juan." Find out the what, the when and - most importantly - the where! February 24, 2015