The Front Row, 12/20/2007

Now that she's gotten into the habit, actress-comedienne Amanda Hebert tells us about the second of her one-woman shows at Stages Repertory Theatre, the holiday version of her improvisational Catholic-school comedy monologue: Sister's Christmas Catechism" The Mystery of the Magi's Gold. We also hear from early music specialist Bernard Labadie as he prepares to lead the Houston Symphony in performances of Handel's Messiah . . .

Earlyξmusic specialist Bernard Labadie chats with TFR host Dean Dalton about hisξwork with the HoustonξSymphony as he prepares the annual performancesξof Messiah. The Houston Symphoyn is joined by M. Labadie and the Hosuton Symphony Chorus this weekend in Jones Hall.ξξListenξξDownload

Amanda Hebert plays the role of "Sister" inξthe Stages RepertoryξTheatre production of Sister's Christmas Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi's Gold. It's on stage throughξDecember 30th.ξShe talks with KUHF's Chris Johnson about the show.ξ Listenξ Download

Artist Elaine Bradford talks with KUHF's Meghan Hendleyξabout the exhibition of her work which is currently on display at the Lawndale Art Center. Locked Horns and ShedξAntlers can be seen through January 5th.ξ Listenξ Download

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