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H-town Anticipates Exposure of T.I.T.S. III

4 years ago by Susie Tommaney
Maybe you've got some hazy memories from a fateful night in Montrose long ago, or you think a “modeling studio” is a euphemism for something a bit more unscrupulous. This is the kind of stuff that ends up in T.I.T.S., a short film showcase for Texas-based filmmakers, videographers, independent curators...
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Tamalalia Returns!! Kind Of

11 years ago by Richard Connelly
For a lot of years, the Tamalalia shows were a Houston summer tradition -- annual, hilarious, musical-comedy romps by rubber-faced comedienne Tamarie Cooper and her colleagues at Infernal Bridegoom Productions.But IFB disappeared in a still-mysterious wave of financial shenanigans, and so did the Tamalalia shows.Most Many Some of the IBP...
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Rods, Hands, Shadows, and Strings: Bobbindoctrin's 7th Annual Puppet Festival

9 years ago by Chris Becker
The time has come for Bobbindoctrin's 7th Annual Puppet Festival. That's right, the SEVENTH annual puppet festival. Just when you think you've got Houston all sorted and figured out, up bubbles yet another creative wellspring of artists stretching the form and tradition of their chosen medium into something unexpected, daring...
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Doting Mama

9 years ago by Jim Tommaney
The talented Tamarie Cooper opens the latest in a series of annual musical extravaganzas — this one rife with patriotism — to enchant yet again the hordes of her loyal followers, and to allow the Catastrophic Theatre to introduce newcomers to a remarkable talent: a Renaissance woman who conceives, directs,...
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Capsule Stage Reviews: Steel Magnolias, The Story of Burford, Category 5, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Journey to the Center of My Brain (in 3-D)

11 years ago by D. L. Groover
Steel Magnolias Old-fashioned as it may be, Robert Harling's 1987 comedy-drama about a girl who suffers from complications from diabetes remains a very tender story that's as funny as it is sad. And when the actors are as uniformly strong as the ones getting their up-dos at Truvy's Beauty Parlor...
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Capsule Stage Reviews: Steel Magnolias, The Story of Burford, Category 5, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Journey to the Center of My Brain (in 3-D)

11 years ago by D. L. Groover
Steel Magnolias Old-fashioned as it may be, Robert Harling's 1987 comedy-drama about a girl who suffers from complications from diabetes remains a very tender story that's as funny as it is sad. And when the actors are as uniformly strong as the ones getting their up-dos at Truvy's Beauty Parlor...
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Capsule Stage Reviews: Electile Dysfunction, Snoopy, The Tamarie Cooper Show

12 years ago by Lee Williams
Electile Dysfunction Radio Music Theatre has tackled the wild and wacky political season with this funny play, which is full of characters as kooky as the past few months have been. Writer/director Steve Farrell knows just how to put things into perspective. His silly show features the Jones family from...
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Tamarie at Target

12 years ago by Lee Williams
The Tamarie Cooper Show has arrived at Stages Repertory Theatre, and what a tangy tonic it is. It helps to know a little bit about the history before seeing the show; otherwise, you're likely to feel a bit like you're sitting at a party full of very funny people —...
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Catastrophic Theatre's Big Death and Little Death

12 years ago by Lee Williams
Out of the ashes of Infernal Bridegroom Productions, Houston's infamously wicked avant-garde theater company that went down in flames last season, rises The Catastrophic Theatre. Created by ex-IBPers Jason Nodler and Tamarie Cooper, Catastrophic looks a lot like IBP — the company has the same push-the-artistic-envelope-goals and the same performers...
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Capsule Reviews

14 years ago by D. L. Groover
A Christmas Carol This season, the Alley Theatre has cobbled together a new version of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, and it is as darkly funny and as sweetly tender as Dickens can be. The production features the same script, which was adapted by Michael Wilson, that the Alley used...

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