The Front Row, 09/07/2007

We learn about the significant designs of 20th-century German architect Erich Mendelsohn, whose sketches and models are on view in an exclusive Houston exhibit. Lead actors in the Alley Theatre's season-opening production stop by. . . and classical music in the Hindu traditions of India and Nepal is performed live in KUHF's Studio 3-C!

Alley Theatre resident-actors Elizabeth Heflinξand Jeffrey Bean share their insights on the season-opening production of John Patrick Shanley's award-winning drama Doubt, in which they play the lead roles.ξ Performances run through September 23.ξ Listenξ Downloadξξξ

TFR Producer Bob Stevenson hosts a live studio session with Nepalese violin (sarangi)ξmaster, Parashuram Bhandari.ξ Mr. Bhandari is joined by musicians Babette Ackin (tamboura) and Shantilal Shah (tabla drums).ξ They perform tonight at 6:30 at Metaphysical Matrix, next Friday night at 7 at The Path of Tea and next Saturday night at 7 at a Montrose-area House Concert.ξ Listenξ Downloadξξ

Curator Dr. ReginaξStephan talks with KUHF's Catherine Lu about the unique vision of 20th-century German architect Erich Mendelsohn.ξ The traveling exhibit, Erich Mendelsohn: Dynamics and Function, Realized Visions of a Cosmopolitan Architect, opens today at its only U.S. stop at theξGerald D. Hines College of Architecture Building, University of Houston.ξξ Listenξ Downloadξξ

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