Local News: CATASTROPHIC THEATRE MAKES MOVE TO MATCHPosted by: Staffon 2015/11/16 7:00:00 756 reads
CATASTROPHIC THEATRE IS MOVING TO MATCH!
(Houston, TX, November 16, 2015) –
The Catastrophic Theatre is pleased to announce that it will move its operations to MATCH (Midtown Arts and Theater Center Houston) in January 2016. By doing so, Catastrophic will join a broad spectrum of Houston’s arts organizations in an accessible, state-of-the-art facility that will bring together an array of artists and art lovers from across the region’s diverse cultural, economic, and geographic communities. Catastrophic’s audience will now be able to attend its productions in a prime location at 3400 Main Street @ Holman, easily reached from all areas in Houston and directly off the Metro rail line.
Catastrophic will kick off its first production at MATCH with...
... another installment of the wildly popular, original Tamarie Cooper summer musical, Tamarie For President in July 2016. Prior to this performance, TCT will perform two productions offsite at a soon to be disclosed location. TCT will move its offices and rehearsals to MATCH starting in January 2016.
Catastrophic will present its final production of the year at its current space at 1119 East Freeway with Everything Will Be Different: A Brief History of Helen of Troy by Mark Schultz from November 13 through December 5th 2015.
Now in its 8th season, TCT is an ensemble-based theatre company dedicated to creating an intimate, meaningful exchange between artists and audiences. Our vision is to make a place for people to congregate through the shared experience of emotional catharsis. In recent years Catastrophic has received various prestigious national awards including the National Theatre Company Award from the American Theatre Wing (creators of the Tony™ Awards) – one of only 10 theaters in the entire country to do so – for “strengthening and demonstrating the quality, diversity, and dynamism of American theatre,” and two nationally-peer-reviewed MAP Fund commissioning grants.
Tickets to all performances are Pay-What-You-Can