There's lots of alternatives to the same old same old this year.
An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
The bloody play of wrong decisions made comes to Stark Naked Theatre.
From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
The great playwright's trilogy is a don't-miss Houston theater event.
The setup: Quick as you can, go to Main Street Theater's Web site and order tickets to Voyage. Don't miss this extraordinary event. (While you're at it, reserve seats for the other two plays in this trilogy by Tom Stoppard. Shipwreck begins February 10; Salvage, February 24.) You'll soar afterward ... More >>
There are moments in theater when your heart seems to stop and you dare not breathe, lest you miss the power on stage. There are moments when you want to collapse in the aisle with uproarious laughter. And there are moments, usually quieter and often minor, when there is simply the click of recognit ... More >>
Tamarie Cooper returns to poke mostly gentle fun at the U.S. and delivers a new national anthem.
Stages' Yankee Tavern lacks a dramatic core.
Nothing special happens in this earnest production from Main Street Theater
A Houston favorite gets married and tells us all about it at Stages
You just might learn something at Late Nite Catechism
Bringing silly back
A hero turns out to be human in Stages Repertory production
Stages celebrates white-trash ladies and the men they love
The lost art of fun is rediscovered at Main Street Theater
Main Street Theater's The Weir
Stages' latest production cuts to the essence of music, art and human nature
Cooper and her clever Tamalalia are cool enough to beat the heat
Life is pointless. And then you die laughing.