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The Catastrophic Theatre presents Donald Barthelme's Snow White

The Catastrophic Theatre presents
Snow White.
by Donald Barthelme

April 7 through May 6 at MATCH Houston.

Snow White is tired of being “just a horsewife” to Bill, Dan, Edward, Hubert, Henry, Clem and Kevin, who, in her estimation, “only add up to the equivalent of about two real men.”

While the seven men toil in commercial real estate and manufacture exotic high-end baby foods, she whiles away her days reading Mao Tse-tung, drinking vodka with orange juice, and impatiently waiting for the prince promised to her by history.

This world premiere production of Snow White is a theatrical adaptation of the groundbreaking, experimental novel by the iconic, postmodern novelist, poet, and early faculty member of the University of Houston Creative Writing Program, the late Donald Barthelme.
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Becky's New Car Presented by Theatre Southwest

Becky's New Car
Presented by Theatre Southwest at Theatre Southwest
Running April 7 through 29, 2017.

Theatre Southwest presents Becky’s New Car by Steven Dietz. Directed by Mimi Holloway.

Have you ever been tempted to flee your own life?

Becky Foster is caught in middle age, middle management and in a middling marriage—with no prospects for change on the horizon.
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Unity Theatre Presents DOUBT

Unity Theatre presents Doubt, A Parable. A Drama by John Patrick Shanley.
Playing March 30 – April 9, 2017.

Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, in this powerful drama, Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal, takes matters into her own hands when she has suspicions about the young Father Flynn.
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Next To Normal at ETC

Next to Normal,
with music by Tom Kitt and book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey
at Island ETC (East-End Theatre Company)
March 17th- April 08,2017

This ‘feel everything’ rock musical has earned accolades around the world for it tender, insightful, and funny portrayal of a family trying bravely to come to terms with life, love, and loss.

NEXT TO NORMAL is about the seemingly perfect Goodman family. Their only problem is that sometimes mother Diana seems just a little too happy. Her husband Dan worries all the time. Their daughter Natalie is intent on getting a scholarship to Yale and leaving home.

And their son Gabe, well…that’s another story entirely.
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Let The Right One in comes to Houston's Alley Theatre

Alley Theatre presents the internationally acclaimed production
Let the Right One In
presented by the National Theatre of Scotland.
February 22 and continues through March 19, 2017 in the Hubbard Theatre.

From John Tiffany and Jack Thorne, the director and playwright of 2016’s spectacular smash Harry Potter and the Cursed Child comes this spellbinding piece of theatrical storytelling.

Supernatural thriller Let the Right One In is a brutal and tender vampire myth told through the turbulence of a coming-of-age romance.

Oskar, a lonely boy from a broken home, is bullied at school and longing for friendship. Eli, the young girl who moves in next door, doesn’t attend school and rarely leaves home.
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Classical Theatre Presents The Ghost Sonata

Classical Theatre Company presents Strindberg’s rarely produced final play, the supernatural drama,
The Ghost Sonata
ny August Strindberg
February 8 – February 26, 2017.


Following 2012’s production of Miss Julie, Classical Theatre Company will produce its second play by the Swedish great August Strindberg in The Ghost Sonata.

This dark examination of family was originally produced in 1908 and has disturbed audiences ever since.

“Strindberg had a very unhappy family life – particularly his childhood. This play was his attempt to exorcise those ghosts through this supernatural drama,” says CTC chief John Johnston. “We’re excited to bring this rarely produced play to our Houston audiences. We’ve done a good job over the years in exposing our audiences to age-old plays that they’ve never seen on stage before. Most theatergoers are familiar with his other plays like Miss Julie, The Father, or A Dream Play, but The Ghost Sonata was his last great play, and perhaps his most overlooked.”
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