COCKTAILS AND COWARD is Back at Main Street Theater

COCKTAILS AND COWARD is Back at Main Street Theater

MST's popular "Cocktails & Coward" is back for 2 nights only, August 18 & 19 at 7:30pm in Rice Village, 2540 Times Blvd., 77005. The evening features scenes from the comedies of Noël Coward such as Present Laughter, Private Lives, Blithe Spirit, and Fallen Angels and a taste of his hilarious songs such as "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," "Chase Me Charlie," "Has Anybody Seen Our Ship," "I Went to a Marvelous Party," and "Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs. Worthington." With MST favorites Joel Sandel, Sara Gaston, Lisa Villegas, Susan Shofner, Andrew Ruthven, and many more, and with catering by Jim Benton of Houston PLUS martinis and sparkling wine, it's a night not to be missed! Directed by Claire Hart-Palumbo. Musical direction by Jeannine Rowden. A benefit for Main Street Theater. VIP Tickets: $175 each: Includes a private bar, a pre-show toast with the cast, and reserved premiere seating ($135 of which is tax deductible); General Admission Seating: $125 each ($85 of which is tax deductible). Call 713-524-6706 or buy tickets online at MainStreetTheater.com

Attire is 30's chic or cocktail casuAl. White dinner jacket optional.

Main Street Theater provides theater experiences for all ages. Founded in 1975, our MainStage produces professional, intimate, literary plays for adults; our Theater for Youth produces professional, engaging productions based on children's literature for families and school groups, both in-house and on tour around Texas; and we offer Education and Outreach programs on-site and at satellite locations around the Greater Houston area for youth aged 4 - high school. We perform locally in 2 facilities: our Rice Village home on Times. Blvd., and as part of the MATCH (Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston) on Main Street.

Photo: Pictured are Sara Gaston and Joel Sandel in a scene from Present Laughter. Credit: Doug Killgore.


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