The Front Row

The Front Row, Wednesday 4/16/2008

Today we chat with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, Suzan Lori Parks. She's in town for a lecture at Rice University. We also hear from the twisted minds behind Houston's Catostrophic Theatre. Artistic Director Jason Nodler and actor John DeLoach talk about the new outfit's first production, Mickey Birnbaum's dark comedy, Big Death and Little Death. It's being presented in partnership with the University of Houston's School of Theatre…

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks talks with TFR Producer Bob Stevenson about her work and the lecture she will give at Rice University. Listen. Download.

Dancers Blake Dalton and Patton White from CORE Performance Company chat with KUHF’s Eric Ladau about the next Artful Thursday event at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.  Listen.  Download.

Jason Nodler and John DeLoach of Houston’s Catostrophic Theatre talk with KUHF’s Bob Stevenson about the current production of Mickey Birnbaum’s Big Death and Little Death. It’s a collaborative production with the University of Houston’s School of Dance. Listen. Download.

Mary Doria Russell is in town to read from and sign copies of her latest book, Dreamers of the Day. She talks about it with KUHF’s Catherine Lu. Listen. Download.