The Front Row, 05/16/2007

We investigate Theatre Collide's production of what's described as a 200 year-old reality show. In the the 18th century French comedy, The Dispute, two young women and two young men who where raised in isolation, are released into a garden together to see how they'll react to their first encounter with other human beings of the the same age . . . and the opposite sex . . .

Clarinet player IgorξBegelman is one of the featured artistsξin the upcoming Jewish Music Festival presented by the Jewish Community Center.ξBegelman speaks with KUHF's Catherine Lu about hisξcareer and his program here in Houston.ξξ Listenξ Downloadξξξ

The White Oak Trio stops into the KUHF PerformanceξStudio to preview their upcomnig recital. They play works by Haydn, Brahms and Schoenfield tomorrow eveningξat 7:30 at Emerson Unitarian Church, 1900 Bering Dr.ξξListenξ Downloadξξξ

KUHF's Catherine Lu talks withξDirector Ben Burfiord and Actress Kate Flanagan about the Theatre Collide production of Marivaux's The Dispute.ξThe final weekend of performances is coming up!ξξListenξ Downloadξ


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