The Front Row, Thursday, 4/03/2008

Actor and Alley Theatre resident company member John Tyson speaks with Dean Dalton about the Alley Theatre's presentation of Greg Berger's literary mystery, Underneath the Lintel.ξ The one-man show follows a librarian who attempts to track down a person who returned a book that was borrowed from his library over a century ago. ξListen. ξDownload.

This weekend, the Edythe Bates Old/Moores Opera Center at the University of Houston's Moores School of Music presents the regional premiere of William Bolcom's operatic setting of A Wedding.ξ Dean Dalton speaks with the production's tow perpetrators: producer and stage-director Buck Ross, and music director and conductor, Peter Jacoby, about the opera, based on the 1978 Robert Altman film. ξListen. ξDownload.

Complex, dancer-choreographer Leslie Scares collaborates with the San Diego company, Lower Left, on the production Of No Relation Three. ξξThe new contemporary dance pieces celebrate the fifth anniversary for the opening of the Barnevelder Movement-Arts Complex. ξListen. ξDownload.

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