Two actors bring a sorrowful script to painful, moving life
Startling and original, Boris Godunov reigns supreme
Edward Kleban's tunes tell his life story in A Class Act
Stages Repertory Theatre showcases a theatrical phenom with Late: A Cowboy Song
New places, faces and ideas have transformed Houston's theater scene
IBP captures the fury of a woman scorned in Medea
Adultery preys on the human heart in Orange Flower Water
Six people freed from death row tell tales of injustice in The Exonerated
The Houston Shakespeare Festival shakes things up
East meets West at the Houston Shakespeare Festival
Does Stages' new musical live up to its potential?
Stern's diversity shines in the Alley's Fully Committed
A new play asks deep questions and entertains
Speaking in Tongues will surprise
The Alley and Stages tell different sides of the Scrooge story
Stages' play within a play unlocks The Drawer Boy's memories
The Laramie Project
A tap-dancing Tony Curtis? Yet another My Fair Lady? The shows may be aging and tired, but TUTS remains Young at heart.
The Laramie Project tells the tale of a town transformed by tragedy
The Pavilion reminds us that we can't go home again.
Playwright savagely lampoons America's appetite for destruction in Betty's Summer Vacation
Houston's Bo Eason was among the NFL's toughest tacklers. But he takes his hardest hits in writing about his very intimate House of Pain.
Hilarious Anton in Show Business sics the three furies on the theater world
Mesmerizing God's Man in Texas ponders the question of where the Almighty fits into a church obsessed with politics
With the world premiere of Fucking A, Infernal Bridegroom Productions may have outgrown its seedy past, but it hasn't forgotten it
Shakespeare's R&J at Stages
Full Gallop takes a fresh look at a fashion czar
Stages Repertory Theatre and Unhinged Productions present The Maiden's Prayer
Fresh angles are few in this Stages revival
In Pitchfork Disney, kid roles reveal adult fears
Never mind the drubbing critics gave Edward Albee's All Over. Stages is bringing it back.
Jack and Jill asks whether a woman can find love without losing herself
Chili Queen is warmly recognizable; Hamlet, unfortunately, is too
Different authors, different theaters, the same question -- how do you deal with loneliness?
Stages' Tango dances around a serious subtext
With The Swan, Stages' new director achieves liftoff
Can self-described "bad boy" Rob Bundy revive a flagging Stages?