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Unity Theatre presents Taming of the Shrew

October 23 – November 9, 2008
Plus special Performances and events - read on

One of Shakespeare’s earliest and most popular comedies, The Taming of the Shrew delights with disguise, deception and devilment. Shakespeare gives us the improbable courtship of the fiery-tongued Katherine by the arrogant Petruchio. But unlike Shakespeare’s other ..
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Classical Theatre Debuts with SHYLOCK:The Jew of Venice

September 26 -October 5th

Focused Storyline Builds Shylock’s Venice out of the Detritus of Auschwitz-Birkenau

Houston, TX – The Classical Theatre Company (CTC) opens its inaugural 2008-2009 Season with Shylock, The Jew of Venice, an original adaptation of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. Adapted and directed by CTC Artistic Director John Johnston, Shylock makes its regional debut at..
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Deviations Presented by FrenetiCore

Performed by FrenetiCore
Choreography by Rebekah French, Lindsey McGill, and Ashley Horn
Original video projections by Robert Thoth
Music by Robert Thoth and Two Star Symphony

A delightfully disturbing multi-media dance tale...
FrenetiCore's 'Deviations' explores the world of Grimm fairy tales as re-told by Anne Sexton in her book of poetry 'Transformations'. Stories such as 'Sleeping Beauty' and 'The Frog Prince' are re-interpreted for adults through...
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Mildreds Umbrella Theater Co. Presents:Hotel Pasiphae

Mildred’s Umbrella Theater Company Presents:
Hotel Pasiphae

By John Harvey
-Limited Run-
July 22-30

Houston ,TX-A mother remembers her husband sitting in a dark cave, her affair with a bull, the children she abandons to horrible fates. Mildred's Umbrella presents an unusual evening of theater as...
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A Chorus Line at playhouse 1960

Playhouse 1960 presents

A Chorus Line
Music by Marvin Hamlisch, Lyrics by Ed Kleban
Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante

July 15 thru July 31

Director/choreographer Michael Bennett had long wanted to do a show about the faceless artists in the chorus who persevere through endless audtions and almost constant rejection. So in 1974, he rented a studio and invited 24 dancers to talk about their lives....
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Bertolt Brecht's BAAL
Opens November 18 and runs Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8:00 pm Thru December 11th and final show on the Friday December 17th at the Axiom Theater, 2524 McKinney.

“The most beautiful thing is: Nothing.” -Bertolt Brecht
In Bertolt Brecht’s first play, written at the age of 20, Baal is a drunk, sexually carnivorous poet and singer who is ruthless, selfish, and not above any action in his quest for personal pleasure....
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