Monthly Archives: March 2005

Crighton’s “Horn” Fine-Tuned for Comedy

On the opening weekend of the Crighton Player’s current run of Neil Simon’s first comedy success, “Come Blow Your Horn,” fate decreed that my guest and I would be pleasantly trapped by violent hail and thunderstorms while dining at The … Continue reading

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Young Film Makers Shine at HollyWoodlands Gala

On the first day of spring, as the sell-out crowd assembled in the Montgomery College Theatre, it was time for the night that young area cinematographers had long been waiting for. After months of creative hard work, visionary, Frank Eakin’s … Continue reading

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“Beauty & the Beast” a Solid Gold Showing

I knew immediately when we pulled into the parking area of the Nancy Bock Center for Performing Arts that one of my dreams had come true! I have long been of the opinion that every performance by the very exceptional … Continue reading

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Competition Draws “The Best of the Best” Young Musicians

For the talented young classical musicians of Texas (ages 18-30, residents or non-resident Texas students) it was the biggest night of the year. With veteran radio broadcaster, Bob Stevenson (KUHF-88.7 FM) returning as emcee at Conroe’s elegant Crighton Theatre, it … Continue reading

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Hollywoodlands Young Moviemakers Gala

Hollywoodlands Young Moviemakers Gala March 20th       Mark your calendars! On March 20th, Hollywood meets The Woodlands for the big screen debut of Finalist movies in the first annual Woodlands Young Moviemakers (WYM) competition. Students from all age … Continue reading

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The Lambs Welcome American Theatre Critics Conference Conferees

With the recent January blizzard just a passing memory, it was unusually mild winter weather for the first weekend in February. Here in the Big Apple, the American Theatre Critics Association held its 2005 conference. ATCA member, Sherry Eaker, Editor-in-Chief … Continue reading

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