HGO waltzes through Sondheim's beloved musical.
The setup: Gimme an F! Gimme a U! Gimme an N! Gimme me a T-I-M-E!! What does it spell? How about a brand-new hip musical about high school cheerleaders that's a whole lot better than the premise: a new musical about high school cheerleaders. I'm not kidding. At the end, you'll be cheering. The exe ... More >>
Last time out, playwright Jeff Whitty put foul-mouthed puppets on stage and won a Tony for Avenue Q. So why go from that to Bring It On: The Musical (soon to be at Houston's Hobby Center courtesy of Theatre Under the Stars), spun off from the 2000 movie starring Kirsten Dunst? After finishing Av ... More >>
Since 2002, Jon and Al Kaplan have been turning some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters in musicals. Their first effort was Silence of the Lambs, which has gone on to such great success than a new production of it opened last year in London. They're also on our list of golden boys because t ... More >>
Masquerade Theatre spends Sunday in the Park with George.
You're gonna ban what?
TUTS sings, "Do, re, mi too"
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Photo by Jerry JacksonWhen he's not busy being one of the most astute critics of today's political culture for The New York Times, Frank Rich is part of an occasional Q&A road show where he interviews Stephen Sondheim for appreciative audiences.The two are coming to Houston October 25 for An ... More >>
O, mamma mia, the rain in Spain has 76 trombones
Its meat pies for everyone in this dark, bloody musical
The River Oaks Theatre invites you to sing along to an undying musical
The printing press is hilarious in this spoof
Tim Burton's gorgeously gruesome new film
Rebekah Dahl commands the stage
Musical of Musicals is hilarious to Broadway babies
Girls Gone Goth
20072008 promises a year of provocative productions
The company nails it -- again --with two new productions
Urinetown, the Musical is a delight to behold
Rich, resonant Sweeney Todd is a modern American opera
In Honky Tonk Angels, three gals get what they wish for -- but the audience doesn't
Our critic weighs in on local theater
Our critics weigh in on local theater
A lackluster version of Oklahoma! stops at the Hobby
At the Hobby Center, a tired old story never really wakes up