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 · Episode: 1660 Simplicity, complexity, and Shakespeare (with guest Megan Cole). Today, a treat.
Posted on · Bullying and cyberbullying are very prominent in our culture. Today, we talk to a cast member of 'Mean Girls' the musical about the show, and how she is helping provide a safe space for youth to open up and share. Plus, a school psychologist shares lessons can we learn from musical, and how students can combat bullying in school.
Posted on · Houston legal experts discuss what to do when in those personal situations need a lawyer or a judge. Although these experts cannot offer legal advice, they are here to help us understand more about the law and the issues we may be dealing with.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Politicians are pointing fingers at different entities about concerns regarding energy supply. But how true are those claims? Then we discuss the concept of sportswashing. And we reflect on how air conditioning shaped our city's growth and development.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: State lawmakers take up the governor’s emergency item on ERCOT reform, lawyers try to sue the energy grid operator over last week’s power outage, and Houston City Councilman Edward Pollard answers listener questions.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Actor Jim Parsons discusses his lead role in The Boys in the Band and how Houston shaped his career. Plus, we preview the 2021 Texas Legislature.
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 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 · The award-winning performance artist created an epic, 24-hour concert, called "A 24-Decade History of Popular Music."
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: A special edition of the program featuring highlights of conversations we've had in recent years about film and theater. We hear from director and Houston native Wes Anderson, along with actors Louis Gossett Jr., and Rita Moreno.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Reflecting on the career of NASA's Chris Kraft, the future of the Battleship Texas, a NASA engineer writes science fiction, and we preview the Houston Shakespeare Festival.