Here in Texas, we lay claim to some of the most interesting and influential GLBT men and women of our time. Admittedly, they generally get out as fast as they can, but to us, they'll always be Texans. Here are ten GLBT men and women we're proudest to call Texans, especially during this season of Pri ... More >>
Houston's Tommy Tune comes home (or at least to Galveston)
Photo by Margaret DowningGilbert, in a dress considerably lighter than her costumes, with JoJo"I'm losing my voice on opening night," a raspy sounding but energetic Melissa Gilbert said in a whirlwind interview with Hair Balls this morning. (Hey, we were allotted five minutes and think we stretch ... More >>
TUTS annual Tommy Tune awards have become a highly anticipated event among high school drama clubs across the area.Scholarships are awarded, two winners are chosen to go to New York to compete on a national level, and the kids get to perform at the Hobby Center on the night of the event. (This ye ... More >>
From the writers of Chicago and Cabaret comes a musical about ballroom dancing
The ceremony for Houston's Tommy Tune awards has become a high point on the local high-school drama calendar, as productions from all over the area enjoy their own version of the Tonys.Now the nominees have even more reason to get incredibly tense as the winners are announced: at stake may be a ... More >>
Logo courtesy TUTSTUTS' Tommy Tune Awards have become a big deal -- they're the Tonys for high-school musicals.Which may sound lame, but the ceremony is actually pretty nice and the productions some of these schools put on are impressive.As always, they're not to be confused with these high-school T ... More >>
Musical of Musicals is hilarious to Broadway babies
Tommy Tune can't save this unmusical pachyderm
A children's classic gets a much-needed Tune-up
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A stiff Nine comes up short on fun and fantasy
Can self-described "bad boy" Rob Bundy revive a flagging Stages?
Tommy Tune comes home, and brings Buskers with him
Bill Hardy's Houston Rep hopes to give the city a fourth professional theater