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What's Next For Stages Repertory Theatre in the 2018-19 Season

11 months ago by Margaret Downing
When Stages Repertory Theatre announced its 2018-19 season a few things were immediately clear: it is not backing down from its commitment to Latinx plays, it's still going to take chances on new sometimes edgy works and it holds its returning standards like Always ... Patsy Cline and Panto holiday programming...
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Chef Chat: Story Time With Monica Pope and Jamie Zelko

1 year ago by Kate McLean
You’ve probably heard of James Beard nominated Monica Pope (most recently T’afia, Sparrow Bar and Cookshop) or Jamie Zelko (Zelko Bistro, Heights Honey Bee Project, The Ivy & James), maybe eaten at their restaurants and perhaps even seen them on television a time or two. These modern-day Amazon warriors continue...
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Debriefing Harvey: How Houston Is Recovering One Month Later

1 year ago by Houston Press
It doesn’t feel like Harvey was just over one month ago, because when you drive down neighborhood streets, piles of debris still line the curbs as reliably as flags on the Fourth of July. Because large pumps with blue and yellow tubes are still sucking water out of parking garages...
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The Dinner Is an Invitation to Decline

2 years ago by Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
Steve Coogan is at a fancy dinner, but he’s not doing any Michael Caine impressions. Instead, he’s brooding with resentment of his workaholic congressman brother, Stan (Richard Gere), and grappling with the realization that his son might be a psychopath. It’s all supposed to be harrowing, and the British comedian...
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Five Memorial Day Mixtapes You Need In Your Life

2 years ago by Brandon Caldwell
No Memorial Day is right without music, so fire up these five new tapes and get going.
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For Jeff Abrams, Home Is Where the Music Is

2 years ago by Clint Hale
A local house party showcases a community's dedication to and love of music.
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The Rocky Horror Show Is Freaky and Dirty Done Right

2 years ago by Jessica Goldman
The set up In the course of a reviewing career, there will inevitably be times when a critic needs to state her biases going into a show. She must let readers know, for example, that the play she's about to judge has never been a favorite of hers or that...
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21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Monty Python Royalty & Touchdown Tour

2 years ago by Houston Press
Tuesday, November 29 And now for something completely unbelievable: John Cleese and Eric Idle, known best for co-founding the landmark British sketch troupe Monty Python, are appearing at the University of Houston for one night only, presumably to pay off some back royalties and legal fees. (Don’t laugh — that’s...
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Dry Land Sets the Bar for Portraying Teenage Girls On Stage

2 years ago by Jessica Goldman
The set up: When is a play about teen abortion not really about abortion? Or more accurately, when is a play about teen abortion more interested in female friendships and navigating messy coming of age gymnastics than it is about actual teenage abortion? Ruby Ray Spiegel’s thrillingly authentic Dry Land...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: New Brewery Eureka Heights Is Getting Around Town

3 years ago by Phaedra Cook
All Week Houston Restaurant Weeks Continue Unless you’ve been living under a rock somewhere, you probably already know it is Houston Restaurant Weeks. (And, if you have been living under rock somewhere, who are we to judge?) Check the website for hundreds of reasonably priced, multi-course meals. No less than...

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