Grand Opening of Hub Studio!

Join us at the Hub Studio Grand Opening & Silent Auction on July 8th, 8-11PM,
at our new home in the Silos at Sawyer Yards! (1502 Sawyer, #232, Houston, TX 77007).

We are ecstatic to be a part of the largest concentration of creative organizations in the state of Texas, within the Washington Avenue Arts District, in the Silos at Sawyer Yards! Hub Studio will host events for all of Houston, and the season is already being pre-booked. The final steps are being completed and now all we need is you to come out and enjoy the space with us!

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TEN WAYS ON A GUN @ The Landing Theatre Company

Ten Ways on a Gun
by Dylan Lamb
Based on The Ballad of Tommy Freely conceived by Jessica Person & The Soul Motion Architects
June 23-July 9, 2016

Tommy Freely, a troubled Brooklynite, buys a gun (online) in an attempt to regain control over his life; but before he can get that sweet, sweet release his girlfriend FREAKS. Desperate, Tommy opts to “timeshare” the gun with his deadbeat coworkers at his dead-end telemarketing job. The result? Tragically hilarious calamity...
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Horse Head Theatre Co. presents LIDLESS

Presented by Horse Head Theatre Co. at Spacetaker Gallery at Fresh Arts
June 2 - June 20, 2016

Horse Head Theatre Co. presents the regional premiere of Lidless by Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig at 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, June 2-18, 2016, and 8 p.m. Monday, June 13, 2016.
Lidless boldly asks, what happens after war is over? What do we remember? What do we forget? What do we fabricate? Set in 2019, Lidless follows Alice, a former Guantánamo Bay interrogator who remembers nothing; Bashir, her former detainee who remembers everything; and Rhiannon, Alice's boldly imaginative daughter who is determined to understand.
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Born Yesterday at the Alley Theatre

Born Yesterday
Alley Theatre
June 3 - July 3, 2016

Alley Theatre presents Born Yesterday, by Garson Kanin running June 3-July 3. Featuring Alley Company Members and directed by Jonathan Moscone, the play is the grand finale of the inaugural season in the newly renovated Hubbard Theatre.
The play is a great American comedy about politics and the power of female persuasion.

Set in one of the finest hotels in Washington D.C., Born Yesterday tells the story of Harry Brock, a hot-tempered and corrupt tycoon, and Billie Dawn, his ex-showgirl mistress as they navigate the Washington political scene. Billie, possessing a brash and over-the-top personality, gets an extreme makeover from a political reporter ...
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Big Fish Presented by Stages Repertory Theatre

Big Fish
Presented by Stages Repertory Theatre
May 18 - June 26, 2016

Stages Repertory Theatre presents the regional premiere of Big Fish. Book by John August, music & lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on the novel by Daniel Wallace and the film by John August.
May 18 - June 26 2016.

Based on the celebrated novel by Daniel Wallace and the acclaimed Columbia Pictures film directed by Tim Burton, Big Fish is the extraordinary tale of Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman who lives life to the fullest…and then some!
Edward's incredible, larger-than-life stories thrill everyone around him – except, perhaps, his pragmatic son Will.

But as Will prepares for the birth of his own son, he is determined to find the real-life truth behind his father’s epic "fish stories".
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Celebration Theatre presents The DIVINE SISTER

Celebration Theatre will present the Houston premiere of Charles Busch’s raucous and bitingly funny
Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m.
Sundays at 3:00 p.m. May 27 ‐ July 3.

Playwright/actor Busch never met a film genre that he could not spoof and with THE DIVINE SISTER he has outdone himself! Carving a career out of sending up films, as in VAMPIRE LESBIANS OF SODOM, DIE, MOMMIE, DIE!, and THE LADY IN QUESTION, for THE DIVINE SISTER Busch has ransacked most every nun movie ever made. The outrageous, irreverent, and laugh out loud parody references such films as DOUBT, SISTER ACT, AGNES OF GOD, THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE SINGING NUN, THE SONG OF BERNADETTE, THE BELLS OF ST. MARY’S, HIS GIRL FRIDAY, and even THE DA VINCI CODE.

The plot of THE DIVINE SISTER revolves around the Mother Superior (played by Busch in the Off Broadway run of the play and now traditionally played by a man in drag). She is the indomitable leader of St. Veronica’s Convent and is determined to build a new school for the postulants. Along the way, she must deal with a novice nun who experiences “visions”, sexual hysteria among her nuns, a sensitive
school boy struggling with his sexuality, an aggressive nun visiting from the Mother House in Berlin, and a former suitor intent on luring her away from her vows. An outrageous comic homage to Hollywood nuns, THE DIVINE SISTER is a fast paced, wickedly funny evening of theatre.
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