Monthly Archives: March 2008

“Lucky Stiff” Hilarity at Masquerade

When Masquerade Theatre director, Phillip Duggins stepped in front of the curtain last Friday evening to greet the Opening Night audience of “Lucky Stiff,” he broke all records for understatement when he quipped, “This is one of those crazy shows where you’re … Continue reading

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Music Reigns Supreme for Young Texas Artists

It was a Conroe Saturday night to remember with dreamlike mild weather, an approaching full moon, and best of all, the 24th annual final competition for the Entergy Young Texas Artist of the Year, held in the beautiful Crighton Theatre as … Continue reading

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Class Act Triumphs with Production of “Oliver !”

I spent many years being a bit jealous of my younger sister Sara because she had seen the original production of “Oliver” on Broadway. But I am making up for lost time. While attending Ontario’s 2006 Stratford Shakespeare Festival with fellow members … Continue reading

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