The Front Row, 03/28/2007

We experience ufamiliar feelings in a 1929 Florida cigar factory, as a fellow cuban expatriate arouses our passions with passages from Leo Tolstoy's classic Russian novel, Anna Karenina. That's what happens in the Pulitzer Prize winning play, Anna in the Tropics, currently on stage at Main Street Theater . . .

TFR host Dean Dalton talks withξShepherd School of music faculty composer ArthurξGottschalk and violinist Kenneth Goldsmith about the pair of 30thξanniversary concerts presented this week by Syzygy: New Music at Rice.ξListenξ Downloadξ

Directr Steve Garfinkel and actor Ilich Guardiola talk with KUHF's Catherine Lu about the MainξStreet Theatre production of Nilo Cruz's Pulitzer Prize winning play, Anna in the Tropics. ξListenξ Downloadξξξ

Tenor Jason Oby and Director Susan Allen discuss tonights Songs for Peace concert presented jointly by the Houston Ebony Opera Guild and Rothko Chapel.ξξListenξ Downloadξξξ


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