The Front Row, Wednesday, 04/14/2010

Actors Thomas Prior and Pamela Vogel star as the hypocrite, Tartuffe, and his nemesis, Elmire, the mistress of the household, in the Classical Theatre Company's production of Moli’åre's 1664 comedy, Tartuffe, staged by the troupe's Executive Artistic Director, John Johnston.ξThe ξfinal performances are this weekend at the Barnevelder Theatre. Prior and Vogel chat about the production with St. John Flynn.ξ Listen Download

Grace Song, Inc., presents tenor Michael Kelly and pianist Keith Weber in a complete performance of Franz Schubert's song-cycle, Winterreise - Winter Journey, on poems of Wilhelm M’_ller.ξThe recital is Saturday afternoon atξ5:00PM at Christ Church Cathedral.ξAdmission is free. Kelly andξWeber join St. John Flynn in the Geary Performance Studio for a preview session.ξ Listen Download

KUHF's Catherine Lu speaks with Toni Valle, Leslie Scates, and Sara Draper. They are three of the six Houston choreographers whose latest work will be featured in Danceplorations.ξMs. Draper is the Artistic Director of Dancepatheater, which presents this evening of dance pieces that investigate intersections between movement, story, spoken-word and singing voice.ξ Also included on the program are works by Houston choreographers, Elizabeth Lucrezio, Lydia Hance and Katelyn Halpern.ξ Danceplorations is this Saturday evening at 8:00PM at Talento Biling’_e de Houston.ξ Listen Download

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