Monthly Archives: July 2002

At Montgomery College “They’re Playing Our Song”

The audience at Montgomery College was already having a good time and the show had not yet begun. You see, this was the annual summer dinner theater show, and the meal had been a good one. Excellent waitresses, crisp salads, lovely … Continue reading

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A Devilish “Sweeney Todd” at Masquerade

A few years ago, when my editors first sent me down to The Heights to review a production at the nearby Masquerade Theatre, I was not sure what to expect as I approached the small building that houses this fast-growing company. … Continue reading

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Houston Symphony Lets Freedom Ring on 4th of July

For Americans in this year that follows the infamy of September 11th, no reminder of their cherished freedoms was necessary. But for those in the capacity crowd at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on the eve of Independence Day, The … Continue reading

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