Monthly Archives: April 2004

The Children Are the Stars of This Theatrical Carnival

Fine entertainment, as we all know, can be expensive. But every now and then something comes along to prove you can “get something for nothing.” For example, at various times this coming summer, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion will offer … Continue reading

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Houston Repertoire Ballet Presents A Patriotic Salute

At a time when American military personnel are courageously defending freedom in some of the world’s most troubled and dangerous places, Houston Repertoire Ballet is planning a very special day of dance to honor those efforts. The program, titled “Salute … Continue reading

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Feinstein with Pops Casts Magic Spell

The excitement is building in Montgomery County as the Houston Symphony prepares to open its new season at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion later this month. But I got a wonderful sample of musical delights to come while attending this … Continue reading

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Local Youth is Rising Star as Piano Prodigy

As an unassuming student at Branch Crossing Junior High School, 13 year-old Woodlands resident, Aleksei Federov, is fond of history, art, and tennis. But there is much more to this extraordinarily talented young man. You see Aleksei is a very … Continue reading

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Fun Prevailed in Crighton’s Brilliant “Rainmaker”

There are some heart-wrenching aspects to the plot of N. Richard Nash’s romantic comedy, “The Rainmaker.” But happily, the ever-talented Crighton Players, under the fine direction of veteran director, Joe Viser, have preserved the author’s great sense of comic fun. … Continue reading

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