Daily Archives: August 18, 2001

Be Prepared to Laugh at Pure, “Ruthless” Comedy

Those of you who enjoy farce, campy humor and parodies of classic Broadway shows and Hollywood films, should hurry on down to the Masquerade Theater. The rest of you please remain behind. Our subject is the musical comedy, “Ruthless.” With … Continue reading

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“Giselle” a Sight to Behold and the Perfect End to Summer

As the curtain rose at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, the extraordinary set (designer Peter Farmer) hinted that something exceptional was at hand.  We behold an intricate, lacy forest, and a vine covered cottage, all in rich sepia tones that … Continue reading

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