The Front Row

The Front Row, Thursday, 07/23/2009

And actors from Texas Repertory Theatre get us in the mood to dance the Charleston, as they perform songs from the Tony Award-winning musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie, about a charming small-town girl-turned-flapper who arrives in Manhattan in 1922, looking for a job, a good time, and a rich husband…

Resident actor Todd Waite plays Sherlock Holmes in the Alley Theatre’s “Summer Chills” production of The Crucifer of Blood, Paul Giovanni’s 1978 stage adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Holmes novel, The Sign of Four. Waite chats about the production with KUHF’s St.John Flynn. Listen. Download.

Castmembers from the current Texas Repertory Theatre production of the Tony-award winning musical Thoroughly Modern Millie gather in teh Geary Performance Studio for a preview hosted by TFR Producer Bob Stevenson. Listen. Download.

KUHF’s Bob Stevenson spoke with artist Mayuko Gray at the opening of her exhibition of recent pen-and-ink drawings, Midnight Skinny-Dipping. It’s on view through August 15th at the Hooks-Epstein Gallery. Listen. Download.