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Salt, Root and Roe a Quietly Emotional Ride at Stages Repertory Theatre

3 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
Twin sisters enter into a suicide pact in Stages Repertory Theatre's production of Salt, Root and Roe.
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Struggle As Art In Speeding Motorcycle at Catastrophic

7 months ago by Jessica Goldman
Let’s play metaphor. If the theater scene in Houston is a family, then Catastrophic Theatre is like the creatively kooky aunt who takes you under her wing and exposes you to things your family members wouldn’t dare. It’s not that what the others offer isn’t interesting, provoking and even brilliant...
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Announcing the Houston Theater Awards 2019

5 months ago by D. L. Groover
When our distinguished panel met to finalize our winners and nominees for the 2018-19 Houston Theater Awards, the meeting was surprisingly amicable. Many of our choices were unanimous, or close to it, which I think speaks highly of the quality of this year's winners. It was, by all accounts, a...
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Lionshare Breaks The Cardinal Rule Of Successful Immersive Theater

1 year ago by Jessica Goldman
When it comes to successful immersive theater, (stageless shows that plunge audiences within the performance itself), there is one cardinal rule. The show may be weird, or hard to follow along with at times or even downright silly in places, but the one thing it cannot be is boring. After...
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Stages' Replica a Sci-Fi Original With Heart

2 years ago by Natalie de la Garza
Stages Repertory Theatre hosts the world premiere of Replica, a play that examines the moral and ethical questions around a woman creating a copy of herself to take her place when she dies.
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Small Ball: A Musical About What it Means to Be Human, Played Out on a Basketball Court

2 years ago by Margaret Downing
Start with basketball-obsessed artistic director of a local avant garde theater. Put him together with the general manager of his favorite professional basketball team, known for employing mathematical analytics to the game, who just so happens to be a huge musical theater fan. And for the final coup de gras...
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Stages' Alma en Venta Asks, "Can You Survive a Dance With the Devil?"

2 years ago by Susie Tommaney
How far would you go to get ahead in your craft? The myth is that legendary bluesman Robert Johnson went to the crossroads and met the devil at midnight to sell his soul in exchange for mastery of his guitar. But can that deal ever be broken? Author and playwright...
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Busking the Streets of Houston

1 year ago by Anthony Barilla
It is often argued that buskers can play an important role in contributing to the cultural life of a city. Of course, it's fun to unexpectedly come across something beautiful. But even more, buskers can reinforce our romantic notion of a city. I don't know how common bucket drummers really...
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Pixies Founder To Develop A Musical In Houston

11 years ago by Richard Connelly
Hey...There's news for Houston fans of the Pixies: The heart of the band, Frank Black (going by his name Charles Thompson), is going to be working with the Catastrophic Theatre to produce a "musical play" based on his album Bluefinger. (Which was released under the name Black Francis, but we're...
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Pixies Founder To Develop A Musical In Houston

11 years ago by Richard Connelly
Hey...There's news for Houston fans of the Pixies: The heart of the band, Frank Black (going by his name Charles Thompson), is going to be working with the Catastrophic Theatre to produce a "musical play" based on his album Bluefinger. (Which was released under the name Black Francis, but we're...

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