From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
The Alley puts on a good old-fashioned Horton Foote classic.
The big closing news of last week happened right after we wrapped up our last Openings & Closings post, because Houston is apparently the city that never stops closing restaurants overnight. That closing was ERA, the pizzeria on Market Square that had one of our 100 Favorite Dishes of the year, the ... More >>
Bombing survivor Sam Baker comes to grips with forgiveness on Cotton.
Horton Foote, the celebrated playwright who wrote a cycle of prominent plays about life in a fictionalized version of his hometown of Wharton, has died.The small town 50 miles southwest of Houston was fictionalized as Harrison in several Foote plays, such as 1918, later made into an underrated Matth ... More >>
The Innkeeper is the best country venue in town. Too bad it's 50 miles away.
At least that's what the makers of Mamma Mia! are counting on
Shel Silverstein had a dirty mouth
The endless monologues of The Carpetbagger's Children undermine its potential drama
For Horton Foote, his process of writing is a mystery
Lynda Nichols saved a significant piece of Wharton's square. And it's costing her dearly.
From the week of February 03, 2000
June 10 - 16, 1999
April 2-8, 1998
March 19-25, 1998
The Apostle's road to hell is paved with good intentions
Horton Foote's Young Man from Atlanta makes a memorable trip to Houston
Making Plans, Having Fun
Bill Hardy's Houston Rep hopes to give the city a fourth professional theater