Monthly Archives: September 2007

A Mostly “Fair Lady” Opens Crighton Players New Season

I’ve seen many wonderful shows from the Crighton Players, but by the time intermission arrived, following Act One of their current production of “My Fair Lady,” I was pretty well convinced we had reached the realm of near-perfection. Of course I confess … Continue reading

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Houston Symphony “Bonds” Well with Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Audience

It was one of those memorable late-summer nights at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion when the audience could barely believe its good fortune in hearing the delights of the Houston Symphony’s wonderful film tribute titled, “James Bond: License to Thrill.” … Continue reading

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It was a “Troubled” Night, but with “Able” Stars

Playwright Richard Greenberg is no lightweight in the world of theatre, and his body of work, more than twenty plays, is prolific. The last of his plays that I saw on Broadway was the 2002 Tony Award-winning, “Take Me Out,” … Continue reading

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