The Front Row, 04/12/2007

We talk with the director and the two lead actors in Unhinged Productions' new staging of Terrence McNally's highly-controversial play, Corpus Christi, a parable that combines details from the author's own life story with the Passion of Christ. We also sample some of the music to be heard on the upcoming chamber music festival at the Shepherd School of Music . . .

Tomorrow night, the City of West university Place inaugurates a new series of outdoor classical-music concertsξCalled Music Under theξStars.ξThe wind section of the River OaksξChamber Orchestra are represented on the firstξprogram and ROCO Executive Director Alicia Lawyer and Charles May of the West University Place Parks and Recreation Board talk with TFR host Dean Dalton. ξListenξ Downloadξξξ

Shepherd School of Musicξfaculty artist Norman Fischer drops into the KUHF performance Studio with and ensemble of talented student musicians fromξRice University to preview the school's Spring 2007 Chamber Music Festival.ξ Listenξ Downloadξξ

Writer Neil Ellis Orts and Jere Pfister talk with KUHF's Catherine Lu about this year's Fieldwork Showcase of developing works-in-progress by local independant artists.ξ Listenξ Downloadξξ

TFR host Dean Dalton chats with Director Joshua Gray and actors James Lloyd and Nicholas Lewis about Terrence McNally's Corpus Christi. It's being presented by Unhinged Productions.ξξ Listenξ Downloadξξ

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