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The Return of Sherlock Holmes With Classical Theatre Company Provides Comfy Shivers
Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 8:31 a.m. by D. L. Groover
It's never cool in Houston during October – is it ever really cool any time of year? – but I know a place where you can kick back, relax, and chill. It's at Classical Theatre Company on Montrose Boulevard, where The Return of Sherlo...
The Moors: A Funny and Strange Homage to the Bronte Sisters
Friday, September 7, 2018 at 7:35 a.m. by D. L. Groover
“How bracing!” I can hear the call echoing over England's bleak Yorkshire moors. It's the cry from a Brontë, of that I am certain. But is it Emily's soulful plaint from Wuthering Heights, Charlotte's innocent plea from Jane Eyre, An...
The Moors: a Dark Comedy Inspired by the Lives of the Bronte Sisters
Monday, July 30, 2018 at 5 a.m. by Margaret Downing
Two unmarried sisters live alone on the moors in a manor house with a dog and a maid. A governess and a crash-landing moor hen arrive. And then there's the useless brother. Using the Brontë sisters' lives and writing as a stepping o...
Trump Thinks the Media is the Enemy of the People, But Ibsen Got There First
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 4 a.m. by Susie Tommaney
President Donald Trump is known for labeling the press the "enemy of the people," but he's not the first to coin the phrase. Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People, penned in 1882, took a critical look at the ign...