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To Kill a Mockingbird Rehearsal 
(Seated, left) Jason Douglas (Atticus Finch), (Stand Photo

To Kill a Mockingbird Rehearsal (Seated, left) Jason Douglas (Atticus Finch), (Standing, L to R) Hannah Smith (Stage Manager), Chip Simmons (Mr. Gilmer) Photo Credit: Jeff McMorrough

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01/23/2017
To Kill a Mockingbird Rehearsal 
Chip Simmons (Mr. Gilmer)
Photo Credit: Jeff McMorro Photo

To Kill a Mockingbird Rehearsal Chip Simmons (Mr. Gilmer) Photo Credit: Jeff McMorrough

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01/23/2017
 Chip Simmons as Sherlock Holmes, Blake Weir as Doctor Watson, and Katharine Hatcher  Photo

Chip Simmons as Sherlock Holmes, Blake Weir as Doctor Watson, and Katharine Hatcher as Irene Adler

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09/10/2012
 Chip Simmons as Sherlock Holmes and Katharine Hatcher as Irene Adler Photo

Chip Simmons as Sherlock Holmes and Katharine Hatcher as Irene Adler

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09/10/2012
 Chip Simmons as Sherlock Holmes and Brad Zimmerman as Sid Prince Photo

Chip Simmons as Sherlock Holmes and Brad Zimmerman as Sid Prince

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09/10/2012
 





Chip Simmons News

BWW Review: A.D. Players' THE GOD COMMITTEE Asks You to Consider the Value of Human L Photo BWW Review: A.D. Players' THE GOD COMMITTEE Asks You to Consider the Value of Human Life
by Audrey Morabito - May 26, 2019

Have you ever stopped to consider what a day of life is worth? Not what the meaning of life is or your personal purpose in life, but 'What is a day of life worth to you?' Can the answer to this question be measured? Or answered monetarily? It would seem that the answer would have to be unquantifiable, impossible to put a standard number, label, shape, or weight to. THE GOD COMMITTEE presents a question of 'sentiment versus science', in a world where being truly objective is impossible. Facts, data, and statistics are pit against psychology, socialization, and emotional life as seven decision-makers attempt to determine which of three patients should receive the sole heart available for transplant.

Houston Premiere Of Medical Drama, THE GOD COMMITTEE Comes to The George Theater Photo Houston Premiere Of Medical Drama, THE GOD COMMITTEE Comes to The George Theater
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 30, 2019

A.D. Players at The George is thrilled to be presenting the Houston Premiere of Mark St. Germain's The God Committee. This medical drama takes place in real time, as the ethics committee of a New York hospital has 90 minutes to decide between 3 candidates who is going to get a heart that is being transported as they speak.

BWW Review: GOD'S FAVORITE Highlights Faith & the Human Condition at A.D. PLAYERS Photo BWW Review: GOD'S FAVORITE Highlights Faith & the Human Condition at A.D. PLAYERS
by Audrey Morabito - Jul 16, 2018

Neil Simon's GOD'S FAVORITE does what I believe good theatre is intended to do: take a multifaceted, complex topic and present it in a humanized, relatable, and entertaining manner. This can take many forms, and GOD'S FAVORITE pinpoints perhaps one of my favorite forms of theatrical communication: framing a meaningful, hard-to-wrap-your-mind-around concept within the familiar language of comedy.

A.D. Players Revives GOD'S FAVORITE at The George This July Photo A.D. Players Revives GOD'S FAVORITE at The George This July
by Stephi Wild - Jun 19, 2018

A.D. Players at The George, one of Houston's largest resident theatre companies, will revive Neil Simon's imaginative play, "God's Favorite," at The George from Friday, July 13 - Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018, with preview nights July 11-12. "God's Favorite" is a contemporary, humorous tale of the Book of Job with a hint of the Prodigal Son, that explores the challenges and rewards of morality.

HARVEY to Launch New Season at A.D. Players Photo HARVEY to Launch New Season at A.D. Players
by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2017

A.D. Players, one of Houston's oldest and largest resident theater companies, presents 'Harvey,' as its first mainstage show of 2017 - 2018, running September 8 through October 1.

HARVEY to Launch New Season at A.D. Players Photo HARVEY to Launch New Season at A.D. Players
by BWW News Desk - Aug 22, 2017

A.D. Players, one of Houston's oldest and largest resident theater companies, presents 'Harvey,' as its first mainstage show of 2017 - 2018, running September 8 through October 1.

BWW Review: BARBER OF SEVILLE On the Cutting Edge at Classical Theatre Co.
by Guest Blogger: Kelvin Douglas - Apr 18, 2017

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE (the eighteenth century play written by French native Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, not Rossini's opera) makes for a charming spectacle at Classical Theatre Company.

Photo Flash: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Sets Stage Debut at A.D. Players' New Galleria-Area Theater 2/12 - 3/5
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 23, 2017

Set in the South in the depths of the Great Depression, Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning story contrasts the idyllic innocence of childhood with powerful themes of racial prejudice and injustice. When lawyer Atticus Finch defends a man falsely accused of a crime, the reverberations rumble through the entire town of Maycomb, exposing intolerance and quiet heroism alike.

BWW Review: A Little Simplicity Goes A Long Way In This Illuminating Adaptation Of A CHRISTMAS CAROL
by Jenny Taylor Moodie - Dec 7, 2015

Classical Theatre Company Honors Dickens' Words In A CHRISTMAS CAROL

BWW Review: FREUD'S LAST SESSION Is A Rousing Debate At A.D. Players
by Jenny Taylor Moodie - Oct 19, 2015

It's fun to be the fly on the wall, and that's one of the many intriguing aspects of FREUD'S LAST SESSION.