Audrey Morabito

Audrey Morabito Lover of big cities, simple words, and the little things in life. Theatre and Psychology student at Texas Christian University. ENFJ.


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BWW Feature: Kenn McLaughlin Highlights Morality in THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE at Stages Repertory TheatreBWW Feature: Kenn McLaughlin Highlights Morality in THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE at Stages Repertory Theatre
Posted: Jun. 2, 2017


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BWW Review: SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET at Scott TheatreBWW Review: SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET at Scott Theatre
Posted: Apr. 20, 2017


BWW Interview: Actress Jennafer Newberry Talks FREAKY FRIDAY at the AlleyBWW Interview: Actress Jennafer Newberry Talks FREAKY FRIDAY at the Alley
Posted: May. 22, 2017


BWW Review: MISTER MAJOR AND THE MINOR WIFE at Marlene & Spencer Hays Theatre TCUBWW Review: MISTER MAJOR AND THE MINOR WIFE at Marlene & Spencer Hays Theatre TCU
Posted: Mar. 29, 2017


BWW Interview: Kim Tobin-Lehl of 4th Wall Theatre Co. talks LOBBY HERO's Social RelevancyBWW Interview: Kim Tobin-Lehl of 4th Wall Theatre Co. talks LOBBY HERO's Social Relevancy
Posted: May. 1, 2017


BWW Feature: Kenn McLaughlin Highlights Morality in THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE at Stages Repertory TheatreBWW Feature: Kenn McLaughlin Highlights Morality in THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE at Stages Repertory Theatre
Posted: Jun. 2, 2017


BWW Feature: Kenn McLaughlin Highlights Morality in THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE at Stages Repertory TheatreBWW Feature: Kenn McLaughlin Highlights Morality in THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE at Stages Repertory Theatre
June 2, 2017

Stages Repertory Theatre opened their production of Jethro Compton's stage version of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance on May 24, and will continue to enthrall Houston audiences with their riveting tale of good versus evil, love, and revenge in the Wild West through June 25.

BWW Interview: Actress Jennafer Newberry Talks FREAKY FRIDAY at the AlleyBWW Interview: Actress Jennafer Newberry Talks FREAKY FRIDAY at the Alley
May 22, 2017

Houston's Alley Theatre will open a new musical comedy,FREAKY FRIDAY, on June 2 to will play through July 2.A co-production by La Jolla Playhouse,Cleveland Playhouse, and Alley Theatre, directed by Christopher Ashley, this wild classic has been translated into a contemporary musical comedy based on Mary Rodger's novel of the same name, with music and lyrics by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey of Next to Normal and If/Then. I spokewithJennifer Newberry,Houston native and avid performer about her performance past growing up in Houston and the striking similarity she has to her character in FREAKY FRIDAY, Gretchen.

BWW Interview: Kim Tobin-Lehl of 4th Wall Theatre Co. talks LOBBY HERO's Social RelevancyBWW Interview: Kim Tobin-Lehl of 4th Wall Theatre Co. talks LOBBY HERO's Social Relevancy
May 1, 2017

4th Wall Theatre Company will open the Houston premiere of LOBBY HERO on May 12, playing through June 3. I spoke with one of the show's co-directors, Kim Tobin-Lehl, the other day, and gained perspective about the thought behind bringing LOBBY HERO to the 4th Wall stage and what it took to develop this production.

BWW Review: SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET at Scott TheatreBWW Review: SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET at Scott Theatre
April 20, 2017

With music and lyrics by the celebrated Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler, this vulgar delight of a production is no small undertaking; however, the students and faculty of TCU's Theatre department proved they were certainly up to the challenge.

BWW Review: MISTER MAJOR AND THE MINOR WIFE at Marlene & Spencer Hays Theatre TCUBWW Review: MISTER MAJOR AND THE MINOR WIFE at Marlene & Spencer Hays Theatre TCU
March 29, 2017

'Sometimes the greatest show on Earth isn't the one you came to see'. Mister Major and the Minor Wife is a dynamic and haunting original one-act play written by senior Theatre TCU student Devin Berg and directed by senior Theatre TCU student Hannah Wright. A tragic tale of stifling imagination, deep repression, isolation, and twisted forms of love, this play will take hold of your heartstrings and refuse to let go even after the curtain falls in close.