Maher's latest doesn't astound, it stupefies.
From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
A dark, funny new work from Catastrophic Theatre goes behind the white picket fences.
The setup: Who else in Houston are you going to trust to do justice to the creepy dysfunction and blasted-earth absurdity of Nobel Prize-winning playwright Samuel Beckett, than that theater company of raging imagination and utter theatricality, Catastrophic? If Waiting for Godot (1952) is his maste ... More >>