Houston's theater scene offers a tasty sampler of holiday treats.
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The Alley presents a dark and moving Christmas Carol.
This can't be what Charles Dickens had in mind.
Everyone's favorite grump returns
Dance through the Land of Nod at The Nutcracker
Our critics weigh in on local theater
At the Shakespeare Festival, Hamlet gets weird
Get your jollies with Sadomasochistic Xmas
John Kerry should hit the decks for his running mate
Tuesday, December 23
The Masquerade Theatre's Scrooge is haunting -- for the wrong reasons
The Alley and Stages tell different sides of the Scrooge story
The holiday brings forth some old chestnuts, a few of them tasty
She Loves Me misses the point; A Christmas Carol doesn't