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Infernal Bridegroom Productions

18 years ago by John Nova Lomax
Songs from the Meat/BAR (Infernal Bridegroom Productions)
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Infernal Bridegroom Productions' Jason Nodler

Comeback Kids!

19 years ago by Lee Williams
Back in the early '90s, The Axiom was the coolest hellhole in Houston. In a best-of issue of its own, Details magazine listed the bar (in its Catal Hüyük incarnation) as the punk place to visit when in town. Skanky, dark and perpetually sticky, the punk rock bar hunkered on...
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Infernal Bridegroom Productions' Jason Nodler

Comeback Kids!

Back in the early '90s, The Axiom was the coolest hellhole in Houston. In a best-of issue of its own, Details magazine listed the bar (in its Catal Hüyük incarnation) as the punk place to visit when in town. Skanky, dark and perpetually sticky, the punk rock bar hunkered on...
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Infernal Bridegroom Productions, 1993-2007

14 years ago by Houston Press
Sad news just landed in our inboxes: Infernal Bridegroom Productions ceased operations this month due to hard-core financial difficulties. Damn, that sucks. We really liked those folks. IBP was one of the things we always pulled out in the Houston-versus-Austin debate. We'll have more on this later. For now we're...
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Infernal Bridegroom Productions shuts down amid financial questions; Galveston development

14 years ago by Richard Connelly
Infernal Bridegroom Productions has long been a reliably popular theater group out on the "edgy" edge of the local arts scene. Just last year, they received national acclaim via a huge New York Times story and review of Speeding Motorcycle, the premiere of a rock opera featuring Daniel Johnston songs...
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Infernal Reproduction

20 years ago by Eric A.T. Dieckman
To find out Infernal Bridegroom Productions' secret to "putting asses in seats," one need only turn to the "IBP Bible" portion of the group's Web site. Audiences have "heard all about the recent leather-themed Shakespeare, with the loud rock music and pretty girls," it crows. "They do not care. They...
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Robyn O'Neil on Howard Stern, Brian McNamee on eBay, Tamarie Cooper on infernal Bridegroom

13 years ago by Richard Connelly
Houston artist Robyn O'Neil is a serious player on the local scene — some critics like her work, some don't, but she's been exhibited at the Whitney Biennial so she must be doing something right. She's described her most recent output, in the medium of graphite drawings, as "somber. They...
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Medea by Infernal Bridegroom Productions

This year the folks at Infernal Bridegroom Productions conjured the ancient Greeks to help them create the most extravagantly intelligent and wonderfully original production of the season. Euripides's Medea, about a woman who kills her children to get back at her unfaithful husband, is one of Western civilization's oldest and...
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Announcing the 2020 Houston Theater Awards

10 months ago by D. L. Groover
When Hurricane Harvey smashed into Houston in August 2017, its destruction to our theater community was horribly awesome. The devastation was mighty and biblical. Theaters were wrecked, props lost, costumes stank from mildew, schedules hastily shuffled or postponed, jobs lost, budgets thrown out of whack. The world had turned, and...
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The Catastrophic Theatre

Catastrophic Theatre, which emerged out of the ashes of Infernal Bridegroom in 2007, is focused on exposing Houston to new, often collaboratively produced works (and the occasional nudity). Their...
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