Wednesday on The Front Row

We welcome former Houstonian, soprano Camille Zamora, who is back in town for her annual visit. Each year, she gathers together a bunch of her friends and colleagues from the New York performance community, and they come home with her to put on a concert of opera arias, art songs and Broadway show tunes to benefit the H-I-V/AIDS programs offered by Houston's Bering Omega Community Services. . .

This year's Sing For Hope gala is Saturday night at the Hobby Center. . .

Also, Holly Vogt Wilkison, the Producing Artistic Director of the city's newest theater company, Pendulum, stops by to talk about her troupe's first production, Boy Gets Girl, a play that deals with issues of sexual obsession, violence against women, and how the sexes perceive each other. . .

And we'll chat with documentary-film-maker, Ric Burns, about his latest opus, a two-part, four-hour portrait of one of the most public, influential and controversial! -- American visual artists of the late twentieth century, Andy Warhol.ξ Mister Burns's piece premieres tomorrow night on public television stations nationwide.ξ

Join us each weekday afternoon at 3:00 for an up-close look at the Houston area arts scene on The Front Row.

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