A rough and inevitably incomplete guide to the taxonomy of spoilers
In Race, at Ensemble, David Mamet blowtorches our perceptions.
Alley brings on the gore.
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Midnight Theatre opens its doors with a rewrite of The Raven
I love you, you love me not
The Classical Theater Company is currently presenting Tartuffe, a comedy written almost 400 years ago by Moliere. The title character, Tartuffe, is a con man hiding behind a mask as a religious zealot who is out talk a man out of his money and daughter, while the man's family scrambles to pre ... More >>
Or how to refuse to see what's in front of you
The 39 Steps turns a Hitchcock drama into hilarious farce.
Death and devious duplication make for an exciting evening of theater
Drew wasn't the first Barrymore, you know
A new theater company presents a Houston debut
Support a local arts organization and knock a few bucks off your IRS bill while you still have time -- make a tax deductible donation today. Dozens of museums, theater and dance companies have online options to make donations or are happy to take your credit card number over the phone. Funds are use ... More >>
Do they have Amber Alerts for kids of the sheep kind?
You only have a few more chances to catch the stage plays Red Light Winter, Southern Rapture, and Meet Me in St. Louis.Southern Rapture, currently closing at Stages Repertory Theatre on Sunday, is a comedy based on a true story.When the Charlotte Repertory Theatre staged Tony Kushner's Angels in ... More >>
UH theater graduate students take on the story of one cold Scandinavian
Ensemble Theatre presents a glorious play
Be prepared to be afraid
The Mineola Twins serves up social satire and sibling rivalry
Theophilus North discovers that adventure is everywhere
"Ten by Ten" showcases ten works by ten local playwrights
DiverseWorks and IBP team up with noted playwright
Different authors, different theaters, the same question -- how do you deal with loneliness?
Infernal Bridegroom's Godot is all Beckett -- pure, if not simple
After 40 years, The Crucible's melodrama still works its spell
Guys and Dolls gets a respectful revival, while Our Town is sent to its grave
The Ensemble does too good a job of finding the fun in August Wilson
Rebecca Udden shines in Joined at the Head
The Alley concocts a Blazing Shambles of its slapstick commedia dell'Tartuffe