From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
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World-premiere musical could be Catastrophic Theatre's next smash hit.
Catastrophic Theatre stages a rock opera redemption.
Herman Brood, Black Francis and Jason Nodler coming together"I am only ever interested in art/work/plays/music about how weird and fucked up it is to be a human animal on the planet earth, aware of and in necessary denial of our mortality, of the fact that each of us will die and go off the p ... More >>
Jim Parsons is a local boy done good - and doing good
Photos by George Hixon/ Courtesy of Catastrophic Theaterâ€‹ As well-conceived and executed as Catastrophic Theater's latest Daniel Johnston-inspired production is, it's also more than a little discomfiting. Based on an oral letter the famously troubled singer-songwriter recorded and sent to a friend ... More >>
Illustration courtesy Catastrophic TheatreCatastrophic Theatre's Hunter Gatherers, originally set to open last week, has been pushed back to tomorrow because of "technical difficulties." This comes after the company's previous show, Spirits to Enforce, was delayed a week in December due to "illness ... More >>
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Photo by Free-ersHey...There's news for Houston fans of the Pixies: The heart of the band, Frank Black (going by his name Charles Thompson), is going to be working with the Catastrophic Theatre to produce a "musical play" based on his album Bluefinger. (Which was released under the name Black ... More >>
Former IBP players leave us wanting more
The UH School of Theatre & Dance joins Catastrophic Theatre to present the Houston premiere of this dark comedy
IBP's new original show is a strange, wonderful surprise
A local theater troupe brings Daniel Johnston's wild vision to life
Songs from the Meat/BAR (Infernal Bridegroom Productions)
IBP's take on the bar scene is funny but a little too cool
IBP celebrates its tenth anniversary with Meat/BAR
Like-minded performance groups make double trouble
Infernal Bridegroom Productions resurrects Ray Davies' A Soap Opera after 27 years in rock limbo
The Axiom can't seem to shake its past
Thunderloo is funny, but not IBP's best
Infernal Bridegroom Productions has set up shop at the old Axiom
IBP's dark and funny production drops us in the dirt and then brushes us off again
Whole Foods, hard wit, the legacy of Lucy and offspring of hippies have helped the woman of Tamalalia take Houston by storm. But where's she really headed?
Devlin Browning, Infernal Bridegroom Productions
With the world premiere of Fucking A, Infernal Bridegroom Productions may have outgrown its seedy past, but it hasn't forgotten it
Infernal Bridegroom shines a powerful light on David Mamet's pitch-black Edmond
DiverseWorks and IBP team up with noted playwright
Life is pointless. And then you die laughing.
Infernal Bridegroom tries to prove it's as original as its reputation
Infernal Bridegroom takes an enchanting trip down Tennessee Williams's Camino Real
A young company wrestling with a young Brecht turns up some old problems