Bart Shatto is a Broadway theatre actor/singer who has appeared in the Broadway musicals Les Misérables, The Civil War and Dracula, the Musical as well as the national tour of Cats. He is a veteran member of the rock band The Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Shatto is from Peoria, Illinois, but lived in Bradford, Illinois during grade school. After his family moved back to Peoria, he attended Bergan High School (now part of Peoria Notre Dame High School). He resides in Jersey City, New Jersey. - According to Wikipedia
Brent Goken, professor of Communications at Illinois central College visited WAZU's Morning Show - Breakfast with Royce and Roger to talk about an event that he is passionate about, the Maloof Arts celebration. Thank you for Listening. As always tune into WAZU 90.7FM Community Radio for Central Illinois, a Pacifica Radio Network Affiliate and Service of Illinois central College.
We were joined on Monday, January 19, 2015, by the Harrison School Basketball Coach, Kevin Causley. He joined Breakfast with Royce and Roger with Roger Monroe and co-host Alicia Butler. He was joined in the interview by the assistant principal at Harrison School and our own Monday morning sports announcer, Mike Olson, long-time District #150 coach. Mr. Causley recounted his experience in the much-talked about incident at Mark Bills Middle School last week between Harrison and Mark Bills boys' basketball game, where referee Quan Chaney was relieved of his duties during the 3rd period of the game after an issue with the District #150 Superintendent.
We had the privilege of interviewing Quan Chaney on Breakfast with Royce and Roger, with Roger Monroe and co-host Alicia Butler. Mr. Chaney was involved in an incident at a District #150 middle school. Mr. Chaney is a basketball referee and was officiating the game between Mark Bills Middle School and Harrison School. Harrison was late and he made a decision that apparently did not sit well with the District #150 superintendent, Grenita Lathan. This much-talked about incident has been a topic of discussion in many circles. Please listen for his first-hand account of what happened, according to Quan Chaney.
Also present in the interview were Steve Young and Terry Knapp, (retired teacher and former teacher's union president.)