The Front Row

The Front Row, Wednesday, 6/11/2008

Austrian Maestro Christoph Campestrini stops by the program today. He’s conducting the two concerts this weekend as the International Festival-Institute at Round Top continues its summer of music making. We also hear from writer, actor and director Troy Schulze as he talks with St. John Flynn about The Splasher

Maestro Christoph Campestrini chats with KUHF’s Bob Stevenson about the two concerts he conducts this weekend at the International Festival-Institute at Round Top.  Listen.  Download.  **Extended Version**.

Writer, actor and director Troy Schulze chats with KUHF’s St. John Flynn about the latest production from Houston’s Catastrophic Theatre. Performances of The Splasher run through Saturday night at DiverseWorks.  Listen.  Download.  **Extended Version**.

Founder and Director Sidney Berger and playwright Kate Pogue talk with TFR Producer Bob Stevenson about Pogue’s adaptation of Sleeping Beauty which has its world premiere this week as the 30th anniversary season of the University of Houston’s Children’s Theatre Festival gets underway.  Listen.  Download.  **Extended Version**.

Writer Matt Johnson just completed his first year teaching at the University of Houston and will inaugurate the new Imprint readings on the Green this evening at Houston’s Discovery Green Park. He talks about his latest work, a graphic novel called Incognegro, with KUHF’s St. John Flynn.  Listen.  Download.  **Extended Version**.