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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...
Best Of Winner

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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Catastrophic Theatre's Jason Nodler Doubles Down on Loneliness in Song About Himself

5 years ago by Vic Shuttee
Jason Nodler shares his thoughts on Songs About Himself
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100 Creatives 2012: Jason Nodler, Artistic Director, Playwright, Director

9 years ago by Crystal Brannen
What he does: Jason Nodler had tried a lot of things before ending up as the artistic director of Catastrophic Theatre. He ran a campaign office at one point, worked at a coffee shop, as a booking agent, a computer network administrator and technical writer. A native of Houston, Nodler...
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MasterMinds One Year Later: Catastrophic Theatre's Jason Nodler on Batman and Samuel Beckett

10 years ago by Brittanie Shey
In the year since Catastrophic Theatre was named a MasterMind, the experimental theater company has added an additional production to its schedule, discovered a whole new audience, and artistic director Jason Nodler has even stopped smoking. "Something I thought I'd never do," he said. "I used to smoke three packs...
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Cover Story: Jason Nodler Discusses Bluefinger, His New Rock Opera About One Debauched Dutchman

11 years ago by John Nova Lomax
"I am only ever interested in art/work/plays/music about how weird and fucked up it is to be a human animal on the planet earth, aware of and in necessary denial of our mortality, of the fact that each of us will die and go off the planet and be lost...
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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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Catching Up With the Arts in Houston: Front Porch Poetry & More

10 months ago by Margaret Downing
Sitting on a front porch in Houston, Dabrina Sandifer reads out the poem "Great Grandmother's Pearls," running through the words about the woman who "gave me pearls. She gave me pistols." It's an affecting delivery captured by photographer/videographer Pin Lim. Jennifer Decker, artistic director of Mildred's Umbrella Theatre Company, clued...
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The Catastrophic Theatre Announces its 2020-21 Season

9 months ago by Houston Press
Embracing a Do-it-Yourself approach, Catastrophic Theatre has announced a 2020-21 season dominated by all original work starting off with a promise to return live theater — upon request — to your front lawns and the  resurrection of a work done by Horse Head Theatre as its goodbye presentation.  Co-founders and...
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Say Hi, How Are You To Houston's New Mural Honoring Daniel Johnston

1 year ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Houston now has its own mural recognizing the late singer-songwriter and visual artist Daniel Johnston, known for his "Hi, How Are You" greetings. As part of the annual Hi, How Are You day, people everywhere on Wednesday remembered Johnston. The day — held each year on his birthday —  celebrates Johnston’s life...

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