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Review: Classical Theatre Company's THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Presents Classical Theatre Photo Review: Classical Theatre Company's THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Presents Classical Theatre in An Innovative, Groovy Way at The Deluxe Theater
by Miranda Keating - Jan 20, 2023

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL is presented with new life! The play reflects a comedy of errors that occurs after a false rumor is purposely spread. In a typical Restoration Comedy, you may expect wigs and quill pens, but this production uses minimal wooden set pieces, modern costumes, and a cast of 6 to tell the story, showcasing the company's creativity.

BWW Review: Classical Theatre Brings a Century-Old Sci-Fi Classic to Houston Photo BWW Review: Classical Theatre Brings a Century-Old Sci-Fi Classic to Houston
by Christian Gill - Jan 26, 2022

Classical Theatre Company has brought R.U.R. to Houston. It quickly became apparent that there were no clear rules on what could happen next. A transition could cover ten years or a few seconds. A character's attitude on death could be funny or horrifying. As the play went on it became clear that this performance would stick in my head for a while.

The Pemberley Plays Are Back via Zoom with Main Street Theater Photo The Pemberley Plays Are Back via Zoom with Main Street Theater
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 19, 2020

This December Main Street Theater is bringing back the holiday favorites Miss Bennet and The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley via live, staged readings on Zoom. Main Street has been offering the Pemberley plays - based on Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and written by acclaimed playwright Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon - for the last few seasons.

BWW Review: FEFU AND HER FRIENDS REIGN AT CATASTROPHIC THEATRE Photo BWW Review: FEFU AND HER FRIENDS REIGN AT CATASTROPHIC THEATRE
by Suzanne Tidwell - Feb 24, 2020

FEFU AND HER FRIENDS passes the Bechdel test with glowing colors a?" there are no men seen, and only mentioned briefly, even though we feel their presence as plot catalysts. As these women make soup, have water fights and practice French, read aloud from magazines and eat bourbon popsicles, cry and laugh and struggle, they mostly talk about what it is like to be women. How to make space for themselves, and hold space for other women. That is a rare thing.

The Catastrophic Theatre Presents FEFU AND HER FRIENDS By Maria Irene Fornes Photo The Catastrophic Theatre Presents FEFU AND HER FRIENDS By Maria Irene Fornes
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 21, 2020

The Catastrophic Theatre is proud to produce Fefu and Her Friends, a signature work of feminist theatre by a giant of the avant-garde, Maria Irene Fornes, directed by Julia Oppenheim Traber. Over the years, The Catastrophic Theatre (and its predecessor Infernal Bridegroom Productions) have produced Fornes's The Danube and MUD, to much critical acclaim. Fefu and Her Friends runs February 14 a?" March 8 at the Midtown Arts and Theatre Center Houston (MATCH).

BWW Review: RELATIVELY SPEAKING Is a Funny Farce at Main Street Theater Photo BWW Review: RELATIVELY SPEAKING Is a Funny Farce at Main Street Theater
by Brett Cullum - May 6, 2019

An outstanding cast takes on a very funny book, and the result is shimmering perfection that is just what audiences need to kick off the summer season. It's like ice cream for the theater world.

Photo Flash: First Look at Main Street Theater's RELATIVELY SPEAKING Photo Photo Flash: First Look at Main Street Theater's RELATIVELY SPEAKING
by Julie Musbach - Apr 30, 2019

Main Street Theater (MST) soon opens the ultimate British farce, Alan Ayckbourn's brilliantly constructed Relatively Speaking. 'It's just so, so funny,' shares director Rebecca Greene Udden.

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.

Student Production Of THE JUNGLE BOOK Announced at MST Photo Student Production Of THE JUNGLE BOOK Announced at MST
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2018

Fourteen Main Street Theater students perform in Rudyard Kipling's beloved classic, The Jungle Book. There are 3 public performances: Today and Saturday, January 19 and 20, at 7:30pm, and Sunday, January 21 at 3:00pm. Performances will be held at MST Rice Village, 2540 Times Blvd., Houston, TX 77005. For tickets, call 713-524-6706 or visit MainStreetTheater.com. All tickets are $10, and seating is general admission.

Student Production Of THE JUNGLE BOOK Announced at MST Photo Student Production Of THE JUNGLE BOOK Announced at MST
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 8, 2018

Fourteen Main Street Theater students perform in Rudyard Kipling's beloved classic, The Jungle Book. There are 3 public performances: Friday and Saturday, January 19 and 20, at 7:30pm, and Sunday, January 21 at 3:00pm. Performances will be held at MST Rice Village, 2540 Times Blvd., Houston, TX 77005. For tickets, call 713-524-6706 or visit MainStreetTheater.com. All tickets are $10, and seating is general admission.