An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
The way broadcast journalists and politicans present themselves to th epublic is explored in Tell Me What You Want ro Hear by Liz Magic Laser
The University of Houston mounts Bertolt Brecht’s most famous play — and stays true to his intent.
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Work reflects the horrors, pleasures and ravages of time
Norah Jones becomes her own person
This Billy-based show will get you Movin'
Bertolt Brecht's play gets even more difficult in the hands of IBP
With the world premiere of Fucking A, Infernal Bridegroom Productions may have outgrown its seedy past, but it hasn't forgotten it
October 29 - November 4, 1998
Buses brings the civil-rights struggle to life -- vexing, complicated, human life
The Alley wrestles with Bertolt Brecht, and nobody emerges a winner
Did the Alley's Gregory Boyd allow love to get in the way of work?
Shakespeare's most malevolent monarch is marvelously remade for the movies
A young company wrestling with a young Brecht turns up some old problems
Inspired by Porgy and Bess, Street Scene brings an American earnestness to the august art of opera