Monthly Archives: November 2003

It’s a Truly “Wonderful Life” at Crighton

When the beaming director, Becky Teague, took to the Crighton Theatre stage to introduce the current production of “It’s A Wonderful Life,” it was easy to see she was describing a labor of love. Ms. Teague not only directed the … Continue reading

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A Courageous “Night Music” from Montgomery College

For many, the world of composer Stephen Sondheim is sometimes a difficult one. His lyrics for the ever-popular “West Side Story” were joined in brilliant collaboration with the passionate and melodic music of Leonard Bernstein. But there are times when … Continue reading

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Lots of Christmas Cheer from “Tuna Christmas”

Probably never in all of Texas history or folklore has there ever been a zanier collection of characters than those just presented on the stage of the Nancy Bock Center for the Performing Arts in The Woodlands. The comfortable and spacious … Continue reading

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Promising Next Generation from Class Act Productions

I have been a great admirer of Class Act Productions youth theater programs since discovering them toward the end of the last millennium. Just last week I discovered I could enhance my support by simply registering their name in connection with … Continue reading

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A Perfect Blend of Music and Art from W.S.O.

Every now and then comes one of those perfect weekends, and I just enjoyed a special one. Friday night saw the football warriors of The Woodlands High School clinch the district championship for the Highlanders. On Saturday my recently frustrated … Continue reading

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