Posted on · Catastrophic Theatre presents a restaging of its production of the famous Samuel Beckett play a decade later, with the same cast.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Fifty years ago today, tennis star Billy Jean King struck a blow for women’s equality in sports, defeating her male counterpart, Bobby Riggs, in a televised match at the Astrodome seen by millions.
Posted on · We talk with the company's co-artistic directors, Jason Nodler and Tamarie Cooper, about Houston's theater landscape over the last three decades.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Record-breaking travel numbers are expected over the 4th of July weekend. And we discuss how smartphones have changed our lives -- for better or worse.
Posted on · Our Pride Month panel shares their perspectives on recent and trending topics.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: What Pres. Biden's infrastructure plan could do for the state, former astronaut Jim Lovell reflects on Apollo 13, the economic impact the pandemic has had on the arts, and a theater troupe finds an unusual way to get back in front of live audiences.
Posted on · Listen to Houston Matters' full-length interview.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Addressing an increase in violent crime, how the pandemic's affecting the social development of kids, and staging socially-distanced theatre in people's backyards.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Fort Bend ISD Superintendent Charles Dupre, the unique challenges of online education, parenting in a pandemic, and adapting musical theater for the web.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: We dig into the 2020 economic forecast for Houston. Local food writers continue their discussion of their favorite new restaurants of the year. We break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And we learn about a new play called Baby Screams Miracle.
Posted on · Learn about a story of love, forgiveness and survival from a storm, and discover a symphony that reaches for the stars.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We examine the U.S. Supreme Court's final opinions as they end their term, Houston Matters' host Craig Cohen gives us an overview of last night's Democratic presidential debate, and we look at efforts to reduce suicides in Harris County jails. We also speak with local American Ninja Warrior Daniel Gil, and the folks involved in the rock opera Speeding Motorcycle.
Posted on · A cult favorite musician with Texas roots inspires one of the most successful productions by Catastrophic Theatre, and a rising classical star puts the viola in the spotlight.
Posted on · Houston Actor Tamarie Cooper talks about hosting her annual, full-scale musical comedy show, now it its 21st year.
Posted on · A new musical at Catastrophic Theatre was commissioned by Daryl Morey, the general manager of the Houston Rockets.