Hailed by the New York Times as "The Queen of Change," Julia Cameron is credited with starting a creativity movement in 1992 with her bestselling book, "The Artist's Way."
Cover art from STARZ show P-Valley and photo of show creator Katori Hall


I SEE U, Episode 53: The Valley of the Shadow of Life with Playwright Katori Hall

Posted on · Olivier Award-winning playwright, Katori Hall, shares her unguarded perspective on why it took over a decade for her to create the STARZ hit series, P-VALLEY – one of the most intriguing, yet controversial drama series on cable television.


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Full Show: Census Data On Texas Growth, And The Year In Education (Dec. 21, 2017)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We examine new census data and what it says about Texas. We look back at the year in education. We learn about the life of playwright Lorraine Hansberry, who wrote 'A Raisin in the Sun.' And we hear a performance from Houston-based Indie rock band Vodi.

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Playwright Anna Deveare Smith Helps Houstonians Cope With Aging and Declining Health

Posted on · Baylor College of Medicine's Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy wants to engage Houstonians in learning how to "face disease and frailty before you get there." Let's face it: while we know we're all mortal, and that as we age, we decline physically and sometimes mentally. It's an inevitability we don't really want to […]

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Spaghetti Code: The Lengths One Couple Will Go to Have a Baby

Posted on · We learn about Spaghetti Code, a new play from Houston’s Horse Head Theatre running July 12-28, about the lengths one couple will go to in order to have a baby. The play is by writer Abby Koening, who talks about her own struggles with fertility and what dialogue she hopes the dark comedy will evoke […]

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Familiar Family Drama at the Heart of ‘August: Osage County’

Posted on · Well, we made it through the holidays. And for some Houstonians, that’s no small feat. If you’re lucky, you had a great time with family and friends. If you’re not so lucky, well, maybe there was an awkward conversation with the fam over dinner, an argument, a crisis, a showdown, someone had too much to […]

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