Monthly Archives: March 2003

Laughs Aplenty for “A Flea in Her Ear”

If the Crighton Theatre’s hilarious current production of Georges Feydeau’s “A Flea in Her Ear” does not have a “cast of thousands,” the 14 actors in this production seemed to create that illusion as they filled the stage with riotous … Continue reading

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It’s Science as Theater with Hawking at Pavilion

Much has been written about the scientific implications of the extraordinary recent lecture by renowned Cambridge University physicist, Stephen Hawking at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. But I would like to take a moment to reflect on the event as an … Continue reading

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Audience the Real Winner at E.Y.T.A Final Competition

Earlier this month, before a “full house” at the Crighton Theatre, it was time for the exciting finals of the Entergy Young Texas Artists Music Competition. Sponsored by the Montgomery County Performing Arts Society under the chairmanship of Susie Pokorski, this was … Continue reading

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Class Act’s “West Side Story” Soars with W.S.O.

Even before the curtain rose on last week’s groundbreaking collaboration of his Woodlands Symphony Orchestra and Class Act Productions, Music Director Dagang Chen took to the stage of the Nancy Bock Center of Performing Arts to make a special presentation … Continue reading

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