A dark, funny new work from Catastrophic Theatre goes behind the white picket fences.
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 >>
Catastrophic Theatre fave Mickle Maher mounts another success.
Tamarie Cooper returns to poke mostly gentle fun at the U.S. and delivers a new national anthem.
For a lot of years, the Tamalalia shows were a Houston summer tradition -- annual, hilarious, musical-comedy romps by rubber-faced comedienne Tamarie Cooper and her colleagues at Infernal Bridegoom Productions.But IFB disappeared in a still-mysterious wave of financial shenanigans, and so did the Ta ... More >>
A Houston favorite gets married and tells us all about it at Stages
Bringing silly back
The new IBP show is thoughtful, funny and strange
IBP's new original show is a strange, wonderful surprise
Hotel Pasiphae is a fascinating and bizarre collage of theater
Bertolt Brecht's play gets even more difficult in the hands of IBP
Tamalalia 9 will crack you up, but it won't crack all of Tamarie Cooper's fears
Rhinoceros reminds us to retain our humanity
Jerry's World -- and Joe Frank's radio show -- come to life
Tamalalia goes West
Tamalalia 7 and West Side Story offer different musical takes on a time-honored topic
A hysterical Tamarie Cooper rescues herself from suburbia in the free-association comedy Tamalalia 2000