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The Front Row, Tuesday, 04/21/2009

Producer and actress Christina Mauro talks about her film, Stellina Blue, in which she plays the title character. The movie has its Texas Premiere tonight at the AMC 30 Theatre on Dunvale; it's one of the 56 new feature-length independent films being screened at this year's WorldFest — the Houston International Film Festival


Betty Devine is the founder and Artistic Director of the Houston Choral Society. She speaks with KUHF’s Catherine Lu about the her organizations upcoming concert. From Bluegrass to Brahms recieves one performance only … Saturday evening at 7:30 at Foundry United Methodist Church. Listen. Download.

Los-Angeles-based actress and movie producer Christina Mauro is a former Bayou City resident and a graduate of the University of Houston’s School of Theatre. Stellina Blue, the new feature-length film which she produced and in which she stars, will be screened — one time only — this evening at 7:00 at the A-M-C Studio Thirty Cinemas on Dunvale St. as part of this year’s WorldFest – the Houston International Film Festival. Listen. Download.

Northwoods Presbyterian Church concludes its 2008-2009 concert season with a solo recital by Houston-based soprano, Nancy Curtis, assisted by oboist, Grace Tice, and pianist, Roger Keele. They all gather in the Geary Performance Studio for a preview session hosted by KUHF’s St. John Flynn. Listen. Download.