Monthly Archives: May 2003

Hank Williams “Lives” on Broadway

Recently, when visiting the home of some very dear Texas friends, the eldest son in the family, a talented young football player on The Woodlands High School team, gave me a gift. It was a CD of classic country songs … Continue reading

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T.W.H.S Choirs Deserved Carnegie Hall Limelight

Each spring, here in New York City, there are certain blessed days that just make one glad to be alive. This Orthodox Easter Sunday was certainly one of those days. Clear blue skies, pleasant temperatures in the 60’s, and plenty … Continue reading

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County Players’ “Grease” a Real Winner

I suspect it has now been more than three decades since I had one of my most enjoyable nights on Broadway when attending the original production of the musical “Grease.” In my opinion the popular movie that followed was over-produced, … Continue reading

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TWHS Actor Lance Kramer Will Present a Drama Workshop

In June of 2001 The Woodlands High School Theatre Department named graduating senior, Lance Kramer, as Drama Student of the Year. Kramer, who captured 11 acting awards at UIL one-act play contests (including Best Actor at the state contest) has … Continue reading

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