A first-prize winner in 1980's American College Theatre Festival New Playwriting Contest, Richmond Hill's latest presentation is a dramatic tale of friendship and redemption by author Jim Leonard Jr., whose television credits include writing for the Emmy-winning TV series Dexter and The Closer.

Appearing as the headliner in her first Moeller Nights concert, singer/songwriter/guitarist Moen performs in support of her LP debut That's All I Wanted, released this past May.

Described by Variety magazine as a work that boasts “plenty of laughs, a little romance, a little nostalgia – and it makes the audience feel smart,” St. Ambrose's theatre department opens its mainstage season with a popular verbal farce by comedian, actor, and author Steve Martin.

Presented as part of the Bettendorf Public Library's “Global Gathering: Korea” series, gifted members of the Minnesota dance ensemble will entertain and educate family audiences with examples of Korean folk, court, and ritual dance and music traditions.

A two-time winner of the Nashville Scene's citation for “Best Local Album,” the latest visiting artist in the Moeller Nights series will perform highlights from the pop singer/songwriter's 10-year professional repertoire.

Hosted by Mandala Integrative Medicine, this one-day event is designed to inspire the improvement of work-life balance, growth and success, productivity, and well-being, and includes presentations by nationally recognized speakers Dr. Sayed A. Shah and Andy Core.

Playing their distinct blend of funk rock, reggae, surf rock, disco, and traditional Russian stylings, Igor & the Red Elvises makes a return appearance at RIBCO – the latest tour stop in the Los Angeles-based band's twenty-third year of performance.

Called “an intuitive, remarkably personal love letter” by ArtForum magazine, the latest presentation in Ford Photography's Cinema at the Figge series celebrates the life and career of one of American music's most experimental and creative artists.

A trio of professional standup comedians, all of them Iowa natives, bring their fall tour to Davenport in a Triple Crown Whiskey Bar & Raccoon Motel event showcasing the stylings of Davenport's Gideon Hambright, Glenwood's Patrick Hastie, and Marshalltown's James Doyle.

The Miami-based Magic City Hippies will bring their indie-funk stylings to the Redstone Room on September 30 – the latest engagement in a busy year that has already seen the musicians opening for Hippo Campus's two-month national tour and enjoying summer-festival sets at SunFest and Bonnaroo.