Monthly Archives: December 2002

Woodlands “Messiah” a Holiday Gift

The Woodlands is well known as a community that was conceived and built through the efforts of exceptional visionaries. It was fitting that the recent production of the “Messiah” was produced by yet another group of Woodlands visionaries who were not … Continue reading

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H.R.B.’s “Nutcracker” A Finely Crafted Holiday Gem

When I accepted Houston Repertoire Ballet’s recent invitation to review this year’s production of Tchaikovsky’s classic, “The Nutcracker,” I had good reason to expect a winner. Having attended the company’s brilliant Spring Season opener earlier this year, I was already aware of … Continue reading

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“Miracle” on Conroe’s Main Street

It’s true! There’s been a kind of miracle in progress at Conroe’s Crighton Theatre. Under the fine direction of Becky Teague, much of this miracle rests on the shoulders of two very different actors in this month’s production of “Miracle on … Continue reading

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