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Sister Act
Sister Act
7/19 - 7/28/2024

The feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet! Featuring original music by Tony- and eight-time Oscar ...


Review: THE WOMAN IN BLACK Haunts Main Street Theater

by Brett Cullum - July 14, 2024

It’s about the power of imagination and fear. Main Street Theater in Rice Village has resurrected this gothic ghost story just in time to chill down a rather hot and humid summer....

Review: DISNEY'S THE LION KING at Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

by Brett Cullum - July 13, 2024

The stage does not bind the performers, and the show remains an immersive experience like no other. It is akin to climbing into a cart at the Disney amusement park and turning in an E-ticket for an all-out assault on your senses. Kids will love it, and the adults will marvel at the elegant design....

Review: TAMARIE'S TEXAS TOAST is Delicious at Catastrophic Theatre

by Brett Cullum - June 30, 2024

This company is just really strong at putting on funny-as-hell musical sketch comedies. It’s as if SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE were written by Kander and Ebb. ...


by Brett Cullum - June 20, 2024

The playwriting talent on display here is awe-inspiring, and I found myself sucked in shortly after each set change and new scenario. What fascinates me most about this year is that the subject material has shifted a bit overall. FADE TO BLACK has always addressed racial issues, but now the works ar...

Review: BETRAYAL at REC ROOM ARTS through July 6th

by Brett Cullum - June 18, 2024

BETRAYAL is everything you want from a REC ROOM production. It is thoughtful, well-acted, and designed especially for a small space. Sophia Watt and her company drive home the conflicts and the feelings of confusion and loss when an affair falls apart messily and mercilessly....

Review: DIAL M FOR MURDER Is A Blast At The Alley Theatre

by Brett Cullum - June 10, 2024

The audience I saw DIAL M FOR MURDER with roared to their feet after all was said and done. This is a charming production with plenty of technical eye candy and sublime campy takes on characters. These kinds of shows fit what THE ALLEY THEATRE does best: entertain and thrill us with a summer mystery...

Review: Stages' OTHELLO: THE REMIX Brings New Energy and Life to Shakespeare in Houston

by Miranda Keating - June 02, 2024

Despite my critiques of the show’s content itself, OTHELLO: THE REMIX is certainly a fun night out due to the catchy songs, exciting dance moves, and wonderful performances. I believe that everyone should watch the show, take in the exhilarating music and theatrical pictures, and see for themselves ...

Review: A CASE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF GOD at Stages Houston

by Brett Cullum - June 01, 2024

Intimacy is one of STAGES THEATRE’s core values. And they should point to this anytime they want to proclaim proof of it. You can’t do this in a larger space. Nobody else in town could pull this off. It is a prime example of what this company does best....

Review: APPROPRIATE Stuns at Dirt Dogs Theatre Co.

by Brett Cullum - May 25, 2024

It is a tense Southern psychodrama about family and the results of abuse on members of it. Cicadas, verbal sparring, racism, and outright brawls all make appearances as one would expect. Yet the show is still surprising in many turns and should have audiences laughing and gasping often simultaneousl...

Review: ON MIDNIGHT, FRIDAY THE 13TH at Ensemble Theatre

by Brett Cullum - May 12, 2024

Sometimes, it’s fun to watch a theatre company let their hair down and have fun. And with ON MIDNIGHT, FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH, the Ensemble Theatre does just that. This is a giggle-filled, fast-paced murder thriller in the vein of Agatha Christie being spoofed at every turn. It is high-energy, camp, ...

Past Shows

Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice
6/13 - 6/16/2024

Experience Jane Austen like never before with Kate Hamill's fresh and vibrant adaptation of  Pride and Prejudice ! Join Tapestry Players in the Rotunda Theater ...

Bright Star
Bright Star
7/21 - 7/30/2023

With a stunning Tony®-nominated score by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, and a powerful book by Martin, this show will transport you to the Blue ...

Leading Ladies
Leading Ladies
6/15 - 6/18/2023

Two struggling Shakespearean actors disguise themselves as women in order to inherit a fortune from an elderly millionaire this hilarious farce by Ken Ludwig.  Full of ...

The Sound of Music
The Sound of Music
7/21 - 7/31/2022

The beloved classic from stage and film, with music by Richard Rodgers,lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, and a book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. ...

Lost in Yonkers
Lost in Yonkers
6/16 - 6/19/2022

Neil Simon's Pulitzer Prize-winning play set in Yonkers, NY in 1942. Eddie, a financially-strapped widower, leaves his two young sons with their grandma, developmentally-disabled aunt ...

Honk! The Ugly Duckling Musical

The Ugly Duckling Musical by George Stiles and Anthony Drewea heartwarming musical celebration of being different, adaptated from the Hans Christian Andersen story "The Ugly ...


Tamarie's Texas Toast! in Houston Tamarie's Texas Toast!
The Catastrophic Theatre (6/21 - 8/3) Tracker
Stageworks Theatre Houston (7/19 - 8/11) Tracker
Dear Evan Hansen in Houston Dear Evan Hansen
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts (9/10 - 9/22) Tracker
Next to Normal in Houston Next to Normal
Hobby Center (7/26 - 7/28) Tracker
Sister Act in Houston Sister Act
Rotunda Theater At St. Luke's UMC (7/19 - 7/28) Tracker
Office Hours by Norm Foster in Houston Office Hours by Norm Foster
Cone Man Running Productions (7/26 - 8/17)
& Juliet in Houston & Juliet
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts (1/21 - 1/26)
Mean Girls (Non-Equity) in Houston Mean Girls (Non-Equity)
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts (1/28 - 2/9)
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown in Houston You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Stageworks Theatre (7/19 - 8/11)
Peter Pan (Non-Equity) in Houston Peter Pan (Non-Equity)
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts (10/1 - 10/6)

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