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Photos: Get a Sneak Peek at the Cast of CLUE at Alley Theatre Photo Photos: Get a Sneak Peek at the Cast of CLUE at Alley Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 22, 2022

The Tony Award-winning Alley Theatre is presenting Clue. Clue is based on the Paramount Pictures Motion Picture and the Hasbro board game. This production runs July 22 - August 28, 2022 in the Hubbard Theatre. Get a sneak peek at photos of the cast here!

Alley Theatre Announces The Cast & Creative Team Of Cult Classic CLUE Photo Alley Theatre Announces The Cast & Creative Team Of Cult Classic CLUE
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 7, 2022

The Tony Award-winning Alley Theatre announces the cast and creative team of its 76th season kick-off production ‚Äď Clue, with screenplay by Jonathan Lynn, written by Sandy Rustin with additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric Price.

A Searing New Play Finds Its Houston Premiere At Rec Room Arts Photo A Searing New Play Finds Its Houston Premiere At Rec Room Arts
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 10, 2020

Rec Room Arts has announced that Brandon J. Morgan, Atseko Factor, and Alan Brincks will be featured in its production of Pass Over, a searing new play by Antoinette Nwandu and directed by Mekeva McNeil. This Susan Smith Blackburn Prize Finalist begins a four-week Houston premiere run on February 8 at 7:30 and continues through February 29.

Main Street Theater Adds Two Performances of THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLY Due  Photo Main Street Theater Adds Two Performances of THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLY Due to Popular Demand
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 25, 2019

Regency romance is back for the holidays at Main Street Theater (MST) with Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon's The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley-a companion piece to the duo's Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley which delighted Houston audiences at MST during the last 2 seasons. Both plays are set in the world of Jane Austen's popular novel, Pride and Prejudice. The Wickhams is all about what's happening downstairs in the servants' quarters while the actions of Miss Bennet were taking place upstairs!

THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLY is Adding Performances at Main Street Theater Due Photo THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLY is Adding Performances at Main Street Theater Due to Popularity
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 22, 2019

Regency romance is back for the holidays at Main Street Theater (MST) with Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon's The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberleya?"a companion piece to the duo's Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley which delighted Houston audiences at MST during the last 2 seasons. Both plays are set in the world of Jane Austen's popular novel, Pride and Prejudice. The Wickhams is all about what's happening downstairs in the servants' quarters while the actions of Miss Bennet were taking place upstairs!

Main Street Theater to Present THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLY Photo Main Street Theater to Present THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLY
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 31, 2019

Regency romance is back for the holidays at Main Street Theater (MST) with Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon's The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberleya?"a companion piece to the duo's Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley which delighted Houston audiences at MST during the last 2 seasons. Both plays are set in the world of Jane Austen's popular novel, Pride and Prejudice. The Wickhams is all about what's happening downstairs in the servants' quarters while the actions of Miss Bennet were taking place upstairs!

World Premiere Of New Supernatural Musical Comes To Houston Photo World Premiere Of New Supernatural Musical Comes To Houston
by Julie Musbach - Oct 25, 2019

The World Premiere of new musical, PULSATE: A Vampire Musical, developed by Houston-based artist Faith Fossett, will hit the Houston Stage in November. The electronic pop musical about vampires, witches, werewolves and humans will open at Prohibition Theatre on November 13. The immersive-style show will include aerial wizardry, vampiric fighting, dancing, and a bit of blood.

BWW Review: PRIVATE LIVES Proudly Preens at Main Street Theater Photo BWW Review: PRIVATE LIVES Proudly Preens at Main Street Theater
by Brett Cullum - Jul 22, 2019

The director has decided to look at the more giggle-worthy elements of PRIVATE LIVES, and has avoided some of the darker implications of this Noel Coward classic. Audiences should eat this one up like a buttered brioche with coffee the morning after a sordid affair.

PRIVATE LIVES at Main Street Theater this Summer Photo PRIVATE LIVES at Main Street Theater this Summer
by Rebecca Russo - Jun 25, 2019

Main Street Theater (MST) offers the perfect sparkling summer refreshment in the form of the wit and wisdom of Noel Coward's Private Lives. "It is by far my favorite of his plays," shares Coward specialist and the production's director Claire Hart-Palumbo. "In many ways Private Lives is an extraordinary play. The Twentieth Century equivalent of the Well-Made Play, it is elegance personified. The language is intelligent and delightfully witty. It's about the generation that was ravaged by World War I. He chose to write in a more familiar and recognizable style, with humor, wit, vivacity, and charm, but his characters express the same doubts and questioning with an elegance that is inevitably entertaining and astonishingly memorable." Along with Hart-Palumbo's insights, MST Executive Artistic Director Rebecca Greene Udden, who has a delicious cameo role in the show, offers, "It's just so brilliantly funny. I think we could all use a good laugh right now."

BWW Review: A LIE OF THE MIND Dazzles but Lacks Danger at Dirt Dogs Theatre Photo BWW Review: A LIE OF THE MIND Dazzles but Lacks Danger at Dirt Dogs Theatre
by Brett Cullum - May 28, 2019

It might be that the directors were looking for something of 2019 in 1985's A LIE OF THE MIND. Malinda L. Beckham and Trevor Cone are certainly the best candidates in Houston to wrangle this one out since their company is noted for wildly masculine testosterone-fueled theater. They may have sought more of the humanity and less of the brutality that the original work seemed to have.