Katricia Lang

Katricia Lang

Katricia Lang has been a reporter since 2005, beginning her career at The Rice Thresher, Rice University’s student-run newspaper. In the thirteen years thence, she has added to her repertoire, electing to cover film, theater, dance, opera, visual arts, and culture in addition to reporting the changes in the Student Association’s bylaws and the refreshments to be served at the spring study break. She has written features both in print (Pierce Magazine and Houstonia Magazine) and online (BroadwayWorld.com, Houston Press), opinion editorials and, from 2015 to 2017, she regularly contributed to the Houston Press Night & Day print and online sections. In 2016, she became Senior Editor of BroadwayWorld - Houston.




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BWW Review: SCHOOL OF ROCK at The Hobby CenterBWW Review: SCHOOL OF ROCK at The Hobby Center
Posted: Feb. 4, 2018


BWW Review: THE REVISIONIST Reaffirms History and FamilyBWW Review: THE REVISIONIST Reaffirms History and Family
Posted: Apr. 22, 2018


BWW Interview: Conductor Manolo Cagnin On Traveling and Training With the Vienna Boys ChoirBWW Interview: Conductor Manolo Cagnin On Traveling and Training With the Vienna Boys Choir
Posted: Nov. 3, 2017


BWW Interview: Young Actor Paul Schoeller Talks the New National Touring Production of?THE SOUND OF MUSICBWW Interview: Young Actor Paul Schoeller Talks the New National Touring Production of?THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Posted: May. 30, 2018


BWW Interview: Gravity Players' Courtney Lomelo Talks Charlottesville, Harvey, and 'THE LAST DAYS of JUDAS ISCARIOT'Interview: Gravity Players Give Final Performance of THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT
Posted: Sep. 8, 2017


BWW Review: Schenkkan and LBJ Make GREAT SOCIETY at the Alley TheatreBWW Review: Schenkkan and LBJ Make GREAT SOCIETY at the Alley Theatre
Posted: Feb. 11, 2018


BWW Interview: HCC Artistic Director Robert Simpson on the Chamber Choir's Margaret Hillis Award WinBWW Interview: HCC Artistic Director Robert Simpson on the Chamber Choir's Margaret Hillis Award Win
Posted: Apr. 12, 2018


BWW Interview: Young Actor Paul Schoeller Talks the New National Touring Production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC
May 30, 2018

Middle-schooler Paul Schoeller has travelled from Cypress to Austria. The young actor is Friedrich von Trapp in the new national touring production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, playing in Houston at the Society for the Performing Arts from June 1-3, 2018. Inside, Schoeller talks about performing in a national tour as a 'kid,' his most embarrassing as well as his most proud moment on tour, and how the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical has stretched him as an actor and singer.

BWW Interview: Actor Joseph Castillo-Midyett Talks PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILEBWW Interview: Actor Joseph Castillo-Midyett Talks PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE
May 30, 2018

Joseph Castillo-Midyett talked to BroadwayWorld about The Alley Theatre production ofPICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, a production that BroadwayWorld reviewer Gary Laird calls a 'laff riot.' Take a look at the conversation!

BWW Interview: Choreographer Michelle Manzanales Is 'Muy Excited' About Her Ballet Hispánico Debut
May 18, 2018

.@spahouston brings @BalletHispanico to Houston tonight, where native Houstonian Michelle Manzanales will make her #BalletHispanico choreographic debut! #contemporary #flamenco #dance #latin

BWW Review: THE REVISIONIST Reaffirms History and FamilyBWW Review: THE REVISIONIST Reaffirms History and Family
April 22, 2018

The quiet semi-autobiographical drama gives harsh treatment to narrow interpretations of family as well as those who see the pain and suffering of another human being as an opportunity for a good story.

BWW Interview: HCC Artistic Director Robert Simpson on the Chamber Choir's Margaret Hillis Award WinBWW Interview: HCC Artistic Director Robert Simpson on the Chamber Choir's Margaret Hillis Award Win
April 12, 2018

Robert Simpson, the founder and artistic director of Houston Chamber Choir, has been in a whirlwind, a waking dream as intoxicating as communion wine and as unreal as that spinning top in the last scene of INCEPTION, since Good Friday when he learned that Houston Chamber Choir, the chorale he established in 1995, was winner of the 2018 Margaret Hillis Award for Choral Excellence. But he still took time to break bread with BroadwayWorld. See the interview inside!

BWW Review: MST Opens Wilting DAISY, but Admirably Tackles Perennial DebateBWW Review: MST Opens Wilting DAISY, but Admirably Tackles Perennial Debate
April 6, 2018

DAISY is an interrogation of the current political arena, which is fun to watch, even when a dubious argument is presented.

BWW Review: Schenkkan and LBJ Make GREAT SOCIETY at the Alley TheatreBWW Review: Schenkkan and LBJ Make GREAT SOCIETY at the Alley Theatre
February 11, 2018

THE GREAT SOCIETY does not match the power of its predecessor. But ALL THE WAY is hard to match. And THE GREAT SOCIETY is a fine play in its own right.

BWW Interview: BARBER OF SEVILLE Star Eric Owens Talks Pressure, Comedy, and Proper Booing TechniqueBWW Interview: BARBER OF SEVILLE Star Eric Owens Talks Pressure, Comedy, and Proper Booing Technique
February 6, 2018

Eric Owens and I discuss stand-up comedy, Star Wars, and how Europeans boo an opera production without booing the performers. And, on occasion, we discuss his reasons for being in Houston: To perform the lead role in Houston Grand Opera's THE BARBER OF SEVILLE as well as guest judge for the company's Eleanor McCollum Competition for Young Singers.

BWW Review: SCHOOL OF ROCK at The Hobby CenterBWW Review: SCHOOL OF ROCK at The Hobby Center
February 4, 2018

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Glenn Slater wrote the score and Julian Fellowes wrote the book. The show is nearly as pedigreed as the characters on Fellowes' PBS masterpiece Downton Abbey. (Pun intended.)

BWW Interview: Conductor Manolo Cagnin On Traveling and Training With the Vienna Boys ChoirBWW Interview: Conductor Manolo Cagnin On Traveling and Training With the Vienna Boys Choir
November 3, 2017

In advance of their performance tomorrow (sponsored by the Houston Brilliant Lecture Series), Vienna Boys Choir conductor and choirmaster Manolo Cagnin sat down to clear up a thing or two about the centuries-old choir. Who'd a thunk that angel wings and soccer don't mix?

BWW Interview: Gravity Players' Courtney Lomelo Talks Charlottesville, Harvey, and 'THE LAST DAYS of JUDAS ISCARIOT'BWW Interview: Gravity Players' Courtney Lomelo Talks Charlottesville, Harvey, and 'THE LAST DAYS of JUDAS ISCARIOT'
September 8, 2017

The Gravity Players present an encore performance of THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT, where the courtroom is in purgatory, the special witnesses include Mother Teresa and the Devil, and the defendant is Judas Iscariot.

BWW Interview: National Geographic Explorer Mike Libecki is Living the Sweet LifeBWW Interview: National Geographic Explorer Mike Libecki is Living the Sweet Life
May 23, 2017

Ahead of his lecture at Houston's Jones Hall, tonight at 7:30 p.m., climber and explorer Mike Libecki talked to BroadwayWorld, giving us some insight on himself, his travails, and his popular presentation CLIMBING DREAMS.

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



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