I SEE U

I SEE U, Episode 71: The Lion King of The Chicago Projects

Posted on · Author of ‘Raising Simba,’ Falisa Ray, offers up a story of resilience as she recounts how her quest of faith emboldened her to inspire her son’s dreams of becoming one of the world’s most beloved characters on Broadway.

Houston Matters

Election results and analysis (Nov. 9, 2022)

Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We review what we know about Tuesday's election and what it means going forward. And ballet dancer Lauren Anderson talks about her life with poet Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton, who wrote a new play about it.

Tony Award-Winning Broadway producer and actor, Ron Simons

I SEE U

I SEE U, Episode 65: The Show Must Go Black

Posted on · The most Tony Award-winning Black producer in history, Ron Simons, is leading an historic effort on Broadway to hire more people of color in creative and leadership positions, as well as develop more onstage narratives and storytelling about underrepresented minority communities.

Town Square

Aldine ISD drama teacher honored with prestigious Tony Award. Plus, wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins’ mother inspires others as a survivor and advocate of domestic violence.

Posted on · Roshunda Jones-Koumba will be presented with the 2022 Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre Education, an honor that acknowledges a theater educator shaping the next generation of artists and performers. And, Sabrina Greenlee shares her personal story of domestic abuse, how it continues to harm our communities, and the work she is doing to help survivors.

Houston Matters

How The Pandemic’s Affecting Our Children (Oct. 22, 2020)

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.

Houston Matters

Friday’s Show: COVID-19’s Effect On The Homeless, And Theaters Cope With Lost Seasons (March 27, 2020)

Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: How COVID-19 is affecting the homeless, performing arts organizations cope with lost seasons, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and listeners talk about the significant songs in their lives.