Monthly Archives: April 2000

Dancing at the Crighton: A Trip Back Through Time

A recent excellent offering from the Montgomery County Performing Arts Society provided a memorable evening of dance. Of course, any trip to Conroe’s beautifully restored, 1930’s vaudeville-era theater is a trip back in time. But this performance, by the unique … Continue reading

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Chicken Ranch Rides Again at Montgomery College

Years ago, before “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” became a major Broadway show and blockbuster movie, it was a delicious off-Broadway musical. I had the pleasure of entertaining some Texas friends in New York with a visit to that … Continue reading

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Beethoven Triumph from Gotham String Quartet

For local fans of serious classical music, this month’s entry in the Montgomery College Chamber Music Series was a special treat. The Gotham String Quartet presented a performance of Beethoven’s “String Quartet opus 132 in A minor” to an appreciative … Continue reading

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