Texas Repertory brings HAY FEVER to stage

The Texas Repertory Theatre Co., Houston’s Uptown Classic Theatre, continues its 11th Anniversary “Emerging Visions” Season with a Noel Coward's sparkling romantic comedy
Hay Fever
May 5th through May 29th

The eccentric Bliss family -- Judith, a recently retired actress, David, a self-absorbed novelist, and their two unconventional children -- live in a world where reality slides easily into fiction.
Read More... | Comments?

New American Voices Play Reading Series in April

The Landing Theatre Company Presents

The New American Voices Play Reading Series annually features four new American plays by some of our nation’s top emerging playwrights. The plays are performed by local actors, and followed by a talkbacks with the playwrights, directors and casts. The weekend reading series is open to the public, and offers the seasoned theatre-goer a stimulating taste of what’s next in American theatre!

("read more' for scheduled dates and authors)
Read More... | Comments?

The Landing Theatre Company kicks off season with FOOL FOR LOVE

Fool For Love
by Sam Shepard
March 31-April 2, 8pm (Previews)
Sunday, April 3, 3pm (Opening) thru April 16
Thursdays-Saturdays, 8pm & Saturday Matinees, 3pm

The Landing Theatre Company, Houston’s professional company dedicated to advancing American Playwriting, has a new home: The Landing Theatre @ the Docks! LTC has taken over the theatre venue formally operated by Diverse Works and then the Catastrophic Theater at 1119 East Freeway. The Landing Theatre Company boldly kicks off their 2015-16 season in its new home with Sam Shepherd’s modern classic: Fool for Love.

Set in a seedy motel on the outskirts of the Mojave Desert, Fool for Love is the story of two people who can’t seem to escape each other. May, hiding from her past, is confronted with the abrupt arrival of her life-long lover Eddie, who forces his way in and threatens to drag her back into the tumult she ran so far away from. When ..
Read More... | Comments?

Dirt Dogs Theatre Co. presents World Premiere of THE BOUNDARY

The Boundary,
a new play by Houston writers Doug Williams and Donna McKenzie
March 25 -April 2nd, 2016

A play that xplores the possibilities and limits of love in uncertain times, will have its World Premiere on March 25 at the Midtown Arts and Theater Center Houston – MATCH.

Produced by Dirt Dogs Theatre Co. and directed by Malinda L. Beckham, The Boundary is the story of a successful romance writer who has settled into a comfortable marriage with her sturdy husband. But her world gets knocked off its axis when a former lover – an anti-government radical wanted by the FBI – suddenly reappears and asks for her help in what will be his boldest and likely final act.
Read More... | Comments?

The Who's TOMMY at Island ETC

March 4th through April 2nd, 2016

Island ETC (East-End Theatre Company) continues its 13th season with the explosive rock and roll musical The Who’s TOMMY. This hit musical, winner of five Tony Awards, is based on The Who’s iconic 1969 concept album written by guitarist Pete Townshend. The double album TOMMY told an exhilarating story of hope, healing and the human spirit. The telling of a full story on an album became known as a rock opera and influenced many later classic albums and eventually musicals.

In 1993, Des Anuff and Pete Townshend created the stage version of this now famous story about a young boy (Tommy) who witnesses a terrible event that leaves him ‘blind, deaf, and dumb.’ His fortunes change when he discovers a pinball machine. Led by an inner vision, Tommy becomes a worldwide sensation as “The Pinball Wizard.”
Read More... | Comments?

'The Duck Variations' by David Mamet

The Duck Variations
by David Mamet
Gets An Update at Frenetic Theater
Classic Play Runs March 11-26, 2016

The Duck Variations by David Mamet dramatizes the old adage that people who talk with the most authority about something are the ones most likely to know the least about it. Two women discuss the ways of ducks, making observations about life that are profoundly hilarious.
The play is traditionally written for 2 men, but Firecracker Productions has received permission from Mamet to cast women in both roles, making no other changes to the text.
Read More... | Comments?

Share this page!

bookmark at: Twitter bookmark at: Facebook bookmark at: bookmark at: Reddit bookmark at: Yahoo bookmark at: Google

Select a News Topic