An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
The setup: Me, Myself and I, the newest work from Edward Albee, the dean and bad boy of American playwrights, arrives from Edge Theatre and director Jim J. Tommaney, and this is cause for celebration (Tommaney is also a theater critic for the Houston Press). An absurdist play with all the trademark ... More >>
I love you, you love me not
Pendulum Theatre puts a woman director at the helm of Sam Shepard's play about sibling rivalry
The Pandora Theatre Company is opening up a box full of imagination
Mildreds Umbrella Theater Company pulls the rug out from under a 17th-century actor (or actress, depending on what hes wearing)
Three angry, cuckolded females form Triptych
Wingéd children soar above an unusual nativity scene
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy hooks up with the Houston Symphony
Bet you can't look away from "Bongo Jane" Wiley
D.R.U.M. not only wants the right sound, it wants the right spirit
At the Ensemble and Main Street, death is summer fun
The Ensemble puts Two Trains Running on the right track
Do good intentions make for good plays? Not necessarily.