The Front Row, 07/18/2007

We hear from Houston's newest theater company, Arneson Productions. The company makes it's debut with a staging of the musical Side Show. We also discuss Jackson Pollock's unoque and rather mysterious painting, The Deep, it's currently on view at the Menil Collection . . .

ProgramξCoordinator Karl Killian and Rice Universityξart historiansξMarcia Brennan and Bill Camfield talk with KUHF's Catherine Lu aboutξJackson Pollack's painting, The Deep. It's part of the exhibition A Modern Patronage which is currently on view at Houston's Menil Collection. ξListenξ Downloadξ*Extended Interview*

Arneson Productions is Houston's newest Theater Company. Producer Kent Arnesonξstops into the KUHF Performance Studio with castmembers from his inaugural production, Side Show. ξ Listenξ Downloadξξξ

Actress-Director-Producer-Writer Kate Pogue chats with EricξLadau aboutξShakespeare's Friends. It's the subject of her talk at the next Artful Thursday event. It's tomorrow evening at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. ξξListenξ Downloadξξξ

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