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“A Capitol Fourth” Welcomes Alfonso Ribeiro as Host of America’s 43rd Annual Independence Day Celebration

Watch “A Capitol Fourth” on WITF TV July 4 at 8pm or stream the celebration for free using the WITF app through July 18.

By Christina Zeiders

Art in the Twenty-First Century (Art21): Contemporary Artists and Groundbreaking Creations

Four contemporary artists breathe new life into some of humanity’s oldest artforms, archetypes and monuments.

By Christina Zeiders

Updated: June 6, 2023 | 9:44 am

WITF Celebrates Pride All Month Long

By Christina Zeiders

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PBS and an All-Star Cast Present the 34th Annual National Memorial Day Concert, Live From the U.S. Capitol

Commemorate Memorial Day and honor our armed forces with a concert at the Capitol.

By Christina Zeiders

Enjoy a Front Row Seat to the West End Production of “Anything Goes”

When The SS American sets out to sea, etiquette, and convention are tossed overboard and two unlikely pairs chart a course to true love.

By Christina Zeiders

Great Performances Presents: The Public Theatre’s “Richard III” Starring Danai Gurira

The energetic production features American Sign Language, a revolving set, and dance sequences.

By Christina Zeiders

Great Performances: Now Hear This Explores the Work and Inspiration of Andy Akiho

Experience the creation of music from Japanese American composer Andy Akiho with host Scott Yoo.

By Christina Zeiders

Austin City Limits with Sylvan Esso and Lucius

Electro pop duo Sylvan Esso and wide-ranging indie rock band Lucius provide an entertaining hour of imaginative music.

By Christina Zeiders

Rasika School of Dance gets opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall and shares insight on the Indian dance culture

Rachita Nambiar, founder and artistic Director of the Rasika School of Dance, and Anoushka Nambiar, senior student and teaching assistant at The Rasika School of Dance, joined us on The Spark Tuesday to tell us about their school, how they received the opportunity of a lifetime to perform at Carnegie Hall and the challenges dancers face with different styles of dance.

By Aniya Faulcon