Fresh blood gives fresh life to The Taming of the Shrew and Othello.
The pros at the Houston Shakespeare Festival can put on a show.
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Two fantastic Shakespeare productions come to Miller Outdoor Theatre
Shakespeare explores redemption and revenge
At the Shakespeare Festival, Hamlet gets weird
The Houston Shakespeare Festival shakes things up
East meets West at the Houston Shakespeare Festival
The Houston Shakespeare Festival brings back the Bard's best in two fresh productions
The Shakespeare Festival shows its finest form with two venerable plays
Othello turns into a shouting match
The Magic Journey
When Kilgore College staged a gay play, administrators learned there were limits to a liberal education in East Texas
Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew at Miller Outdoor Theatre
Quirky Gentlemen twins with belabored Lear at Miller
Never mind the drubbing critics gave Edward Albee's All Over. Stages is bringing it back.
Can self-described "bad boy" Rob Bundy revive a flagging Stages?
Stages finds the free-floating anxiety in Albee's Delicate Balance
Pre-curtain hype aside, Brigadoon is a pleaser
Stages shines in three playlets by Britain's master of the enigmatic
Stages gets Noel Coward's words right, but his spirit wrong
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern may be dead, but they're still fun
The Alley's All in the Timing examines the pains and pleasures of language
Children's theater is alive, well and thriving in Houston
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