Katricia Lang

Katricia Lang

Katricia Lang is either a Renaissance woman or dilettante. Take your pick. She is Senior Editor of BroadwayWorld - Houston and covers all art in Houston because she ain't got nothing but love for Clutch City. She loves what you love to love -- BBQ & Tex-Mex, shifting demographics, Beyoncé -- and what you love to hate -- humidity, traffic, people who can afford to shop at the Galleria, the sun.




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BWW Interview: Husband-Wife Vocalists Jessica and Santino Fontana Talk Houston Symphony's VERY MERRY POPSInterview: Jessica & Santino Fontana Talk Houston Symphony's VERY MERRY POPS
Posted: Dec. 2, 2016


BWW Feature: Ars Lyrica Houston Rocks Bach with Four Soloists This New Year's EveBWW Feature: Ars Lyrica Rocks Bach with Four Soloists This NYE
Posted: Dec. 20, 2016


BWW Interview: Houstonian Ann Odogwu Is One of Food Network's WORST COOKS IN AMERICA!BWW Interview: Ann Odogwu Is One of WORST COOKS IN AMERICA!
Posted: Jan. 28, 2017


BWW Feature: FINDING NEVERLAND Tour All Part of Learning to FlyBWW Feature: FINDING NEVERLAND Tour All Part of Learning to Fly
April 29, 2017

FINDING NEVERLAND is touring city to city teaching imagination and aviation.

BWW Interview: Denise O'Neal Talks Directing A LESSON BEFORE DYING for Pearl TheaterBWW Interview: Denise O'Neal Talks Directing A LESSON BEFORE DYING for Pearl Theater
February 23, 2017

The Pearl Theater opened their production of A LESSON BEFORE DYING, which plays through this Sunday, February 26, a little over a week ago. So naturally, I decided to talk to the show's director, Denise O'Neal, yesterday.

BWW Interview: Houstonian Ann Odogwu Is One of Food Network's WORST COOKS IN AMERICA!BWW Interview: Houstonian Ann Odogwu Is One of Food Network's WORST COOKS IN AMERICA!
January 28, 2017

Houstonian Ann Odogwu is a bad cook hoping to make good in this season's WORST COOKS IN AMERICA.

BWW Interview: Cameron J. Ross Talks Teaching Four-Session Screenwriting Intensive for Esurient ArtsBWW Interview: Cameron J. Ross Talks Teaching Four-Session Screenwriting Intensive for Esurient Arts
January 13, 2017

Cameron J. Ross, a New York-based writerand native Houstonian teaches a four session screenwriting intensive in Houston. Sessions beginthis weekend.

BWW Interview: Underwater Photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes Talk CORAL KINGDOMS AND EMPIRES OF ICEBWW Interview: Underwater Photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes Talk CORAL KINGDOMS AND EMPIRES OF ICE
January 10, 2017

Like life, the series takes all kinds.

BWW Feature: Ars Lyrica Houston Rocks Bach with Four Soloists This New Year's EveBWW Feature: Ars Lyrica Houston Rocks Bach with Four Soloists This New Year's Eve
December 20, 2016

Forget everything you know about the Bach cantata. (It's hard. I know.) The Ars Lyrica Houston early music ensemble is to perform Johann Sebastian Bach's works sans chorus -- two cantatas plus one extra movement, with four soloists for its New Year's Eve concert BACHANALIA.

BWW Interview: Husband-Wife Vocalists Jessica and Santino Fontana Talk Houston Symphony's VERY MERRY POPSBWW Interview: Husband-Wife Vocalists Jessica and Santino Fontana Talk Houston Symphony's VERY MERRY POPS
December 2, 2016

For the Houston Symphony holiday concert VERY MERRY POPS, not only does Santa Claus come to town but so do the sweeter-than-honey honeys, Jessica and Santino Fontana. In the interview, the Fontanas talk to Broadway World about VERY MERRY POPS and the joys and challenges of being a show business married couple, all while being as cute as a basket of puppies.

BWW Profile: Broadway Actor Jeremy Hays Forays INTO THE WOODS for Theatre Under the StarsBWW Profile: Broadway Actor Jeremy Hays Forays INTO THE WOODS for Theatre Under the Stars
November 28, 2016

Broadway Actor Jeremy Hays (Cinderella's Prince) knows audiences will flock to the Hobby Center for INTO THE WOODS hits like 'Giants In The Sky', 'Stay With Me,' and 'The Last Midnight,' but he begs audiences to see the musical as more than mindless escapist entertainment. It's intelligent escapist entertainment

BWW Interview: Disney Animation Supervisor Malcon Pierce Talks MOANABWW Interview: Disney Animation Supervisor Malcon Pierce Talks MOANA
November 23, 2016

Disney Animation Supervisor Malcon Pierce Talks MOANA, a film about a spunky 16-year who sails out on a dangerous mission to save her people.

BWW Feature: 2016 Houston Cinema Arts Festival Crosses Cinema With Dance, Literature, Fine Art, and MoreBWW Feature: 2016 Houston Cinema Arts Festival Crosses Cinema With Dance, Literature, Fine Art, and More
November 14, 2016

The film festival equivalent of the Labradoodle. Want to pet it?

BWW Review: DOCTOR STRANGE Defies the OddsBWW Review: DOCTOR STRANGE Defies the Odds
November 4, 2016

Despite all of its efforts to fail, DOCTOR STRANGE succeeds. The new offering from Marvel Studios has been dogged by controversy over its casting and criticism for its early publicity stills and trailer. The casting is as bad as you thought it would be. The film as a whole may surprise you.

BWW Review: WOLF HALL Plays Devil's Advocate at Main Street TheaterBWW Review: WOLF HALL Plays Devil's Advocate at Main Street Theater
October 28, 2016

Main Street Theater gives WOLF HALL, a political thriller set in the court of Tudor ruler and serial spouse King Henry VIII, the same grab and intensity of a popcorn flick.

BWW Interview: Houston Ballet First Soloist Jessica Collado and Corps Member Bridget Kuhns CELEBRATE FORSYTHE in L.A.BWW Interview: Houston Ballet First Soloist Jessica Collado and Corps Member Bridget Kuhns CELEBRATE FORSYTHE in L.A.
October 21, 2016

From October 21 to 23, the Houston Ballet will be in Los Angeles, CA for CELEBRATE FORSYTHE, a program that celebrates three works from celebrated choreographer William Forsythe.

BWW Interview: MFAH Film Curator Marian Luntz Talks Martial Arts and WUXIA WONDERS Film SeriesBWW Interview: MFAH Film Curator Marian Luntz Talks Martial Arts and WUXIA WONDERS Film Series
October 21, 2016

Marian Luntz, curator of film and video at the The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston gives us some insight into the MFAH Film Series WUXIA WONDERS: MARTIAL ARTS ON SCREEN, including why it kicks so much ass!

BWW Interview: Scenic Designer Vincent Mountain Sets Alley's MIDSUMMER on a New StageBWW Interview: Scenic Designer Vincent Mountain Sets Alley's MIDSUMMER on a New Stage
October 7, 2016

Get ready to see the forests (and its trees), Athens (and its court), fairies, four young and crazy confused lovers, and a traveling theatre troupe full of loveable hacks in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at the Alley Theatre.

BWW Interview: Dowdey Talks GET IN THE WAY, Her Documentary on Civil Rights Leader John LewisBWW Interview: Dowdey Talks GET IN THE WAY, Her Documentary on Civil Rights Leader John Lewis
October 3, 2016

This Saturday, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston presents a free screening of GET IN THE WAY: THE JOURNEY OF JOHN LEWIS, a documentary portrayal of U.S. Congressman John Lewis and his work during the Civil Rights Movement. We talk with the film's director Kathleen Dowdey.

BWW Review: QUEEN of KATWE Deserves the Trophy, Pennant, Belt, and TitleBWW Review: QUEEN of KATWE Deserves the Trophy, Pennant, Belt, and Title
September 27, 2016

QUEEN OF KATWE is a genuinely moving sports film directed by Mira Nair, starring David Oyelowo and Lupita Nyong'o, and introducing Madina Nalwanga, who plays real life underdog and chess champion Phiona Mutesi.

BWW Profile: Courtney Lomelo Wears Many Hats in THE MOTHERF*#KER WITH THE HATBWW Profile: Courtney Lomelo Wears Many Hats in THE MOTHERF*#KER WITH THE HAT
September 23, 2016

This is the first installment of a two-part profile on actress, producer, director, and filmmaker Courtney Lomelo.

BWW Preview: Principal Dancer Yuriko Kajiya On Playing Cio-Cio San in Houston Ballet's MADAME BUTTERFLYBWW Preview: Principal Dancer Yuriko Kajiya On Playing Cio-Cio San in Houston Ballet's MADAME BUTTERFLY
September 21, 2016

Houston Ballet principal dancer Yuriko Kajiya performs the part of Cio-Cio San in Houston Ballet's MADAME BUTTERFLY for the first time this Saturday, but she isn't daunted by playing the lead in one of Stanton Welch's signature pieces. She's excited.

BWW Feature: THE REVOLUTIONISTS Will Not Be Televised, so Don't Miss It at Main StreetBWW Feature: THE REVOLUTIONISTS Will Not Be Televised, so Don't Miss It at Main Street
September 30, 2016

The critically-acclaimed production of THE REVOLUTIONISTS at Main Street Theater closes this weekend. BroadwayWorld creates its own clip show for the play featuring production photos, review excerpts from BWW critic Brett Cullum, and a never-before-seen interview with playwright Lauren Gunderson. Take a look at the cast in action here or at Main Street before it's too late!



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