Monthly Archives: November 2004

“Capitol Steps” Star in Fun Fest at Historic Crighton

It was a rollicking good time for the sold-out crowd that attended the recent post-election fun of the “Capitol Steps” at Conroe’s elegant Crighton Theatre. The event, sponsored by the Montgomery County Performing Arts Society, featured often-hilarious political lampoons from … Continue reading

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Class Act’s “Salute to Broadway” A Really Big Hit

With its extensive musical revue “A Salute To Broadway,” Class Act Productions gave about a hundred area youngsters an outstanding experience in musical theater on a recent night at the Nancy Bock Center for the Performing Arts. It also gave … Continue reading

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Cooper Delivers “Brilliant” Performance in “A Chorus Line”

There are rare and wonderful moments in the life of a critic when talent and art come together with such sheer perfection that it brings on tears of joy. At the risk of appearing less manly, I must confess that … Continue reading

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“Women of Our Time” at Bush Library

An ever-growing number of Montgomery County residents are becoming aware of the fascinating exhibits being presented year after year at the George Bush Presidential Library in nearby College Station. With the launch of a new traveling exhibition titled “Women of … Continue reading

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