The Front Row, 12/05/2007

Helga Aurisch of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston talks about the much heralded film "The Rape of Europa." It gets a screening this weekend. We also talk with Reverend Carlton Leake about his Yuletide musical, "The Twelve Ways of Christmas." It's currently on stage at Houston's Ensemble Theatre . . .

Choreographerξandξperformer Becky Beaulieu Valls talks about Memoirs ofξthe Sistahood - Chapter One. It's the first of the multi-disciplinary collaborative pieces she will create in partnership with her sister, sculptor Babette Beaullieu Wattigny. It's presented this weekend and next at Houston's DiverseWorks, 1117 East Freeway. ξ ListenξξDownloadξξ

Rev. Carlton Leake is the creator of the holiday musical The Twelve Ways of Christmas. Teacake Ferguson isξone of the cast members. They both speak with TFR ProducerξBob Stevenson.ξ Listenξ Download

Helga Aurisch is the Associate Curator of European Art at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. She talks about this issues surrounding the Nazi's plunderingξand destruction of European art duringξWorld War II. The MFAHξwill screen the realted film, The Rape of Europa this weekend. Listenξ Download

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