An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
In this latest coproduction from Main Street Theater, Shakespeare's war play springs to magnificent life.
The setup: Let's see, where were we? The last time we met Tom Stoppard's displaced 19th-century Russian revolutionaries, they were scattered across Europe looking for life's meaning in political upheavals soon to be (good news -- that production has been extended). Here, in the second part of his e ... More >>
Gird your loins. Main Street Theater, which has experienced great success with Voyage, the first part of its The Coast of Utopia trilogy, has decided to extend its run and bring back the Voyage for two performances, "providing the chance to see all the parts of the trilogy over three consecutive day ... More >>
The Classical Theatre Company's well-received production of Hamlet comes to a close on Sunday; it's a show we highly recommend.An original one-man adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy, Hamlet stars Guy Roberts, who adapted the piece and also co-directed with John Johnston. During the ninety-mi ... More >>
"Something is rotten in the state of Denmark," but it's all good at CTC
The pros at the Houston Shakespeare Festival can put on a show.