By Randall Jobe Stages Repertory Theatre presents Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, directed by Katie Barton with music direction by Ben Hope. The iconic songbook of Johnny Cash comes to life in this unique musical about struggle and success, love and faith, rowdiness and redemption and home and family. It features more
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By Randall Jobe Stages Repertory Theatre presents Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, directed by Katie Barton with music Direction by Ben Hope. The iconic songbook of Johnny Cash comes to life in this unique musical about struggle and success, love and faith, rowdiness and redemption and home and family. It features more
By Randall Jobe Bayou City Theatre Company presents Kill Move Paradise, an interactive theatrical experience set in Purgatory. Four black men prematurely ripped from Earth by police brutality are imbued with strict instructions from God and must share their stories in order to ascend into Heaven. It is an innovative theatrical love letter for those
By Randall Jobe The Alley Theatre presents The Cake. Della’s cakes are the best! She’s going to compete on the “Great American Baking Show” — no big deal. And she is overjoyed to make Jen’s wedding …until she realizes there isn’t just one bride, but two. She can’t really bake a cake for such a
By Randall Jobe | Main Street Theatre presents Daddy Long Legs, based on the novel by Jean Webster, with music and lyrics by Paul Gorden and book by John Caird. This two-person musical is the “rags-to-riches” love story of a bright young woman and her mysterious benefactor. Through June 17. Wednesday through Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
By Ron Jones | In The Cake, Rebecca Brunstetter has written a somewhat delicate story with serious overtones. As with any tasty confection, one must choose the perfect ingredients and use them with finesse to make a beautiful creation. And then, the cake is cut, revealing several layers, pretty colors, and a swirl of delicious
By Randall Jobe The Alley Theatre presents Picasso at the Lapin Agile, comedian, actor and writer Steve Martin’s hilarious imagining of Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein’s meeting in a Parisian café in 1904. The play is surprising and provocative, jumping from the notion that these two great men were close in age and in Paris
By Randall Jobe | Music Box Theatre wants to take you back to the 1950s with its high-energy production of Shake, Rattle and Roll. This nostalgic blend of ’50s music stars ensemble members Rebekah Dahl, Brad Scarborough, Cay Taylor and Luke Wrobel, with special guest John Gremillion. Through June 10. Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Playwright Lawrence Wright joins director Bob Balaban to stage Cleo, chronicling the titanic love affair between Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton that started during the filming of the 1963 movie Cleopatra, and the worldwide scandal that followed. Cleo plays at the Alley Theatre’s Hubbard Theatre April 6 through April 29, 2018. Taylor and Burton’s relationship
By Randall Jobe Stages Repertory Theatre presents local favorite, actress Sally Edmundson returning in the highly acclaimed one-woman tour-de-force, Ann, based on the explosive life of former Texas Governor Ann Richards. Written by Emmy award-winner Holland Taylor, Ann is a no-holds-barred look at the indomitable woman whose complex and captivation ways changed Texas politics. Extended