Monthly Archives: August 2008

Deck the Halls with Crighton’s “Holly!”

Have any of you readers ever witnessed a baseball game where the greatest excitement came in the late innings? That is much the same feeling you may have if you are fortunate enough to capture some of the rapidly disappearing … Continue reading

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Where There’s “Smoke” There’s Fire from Texas Rep

Yes, it’s true! The fine cast of Texas Repertory Theatre’s recent production of “Smoke on the Mountain,” seemed really fired up as they delivered this spirit-filled tale of the Sanders Family Singers, who arrive one evening in 1938 to present the … Continue reading

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A Perfect “Plaid” from Masquerade

Back in the late 1970’s, theatrical producer, Stuart Ross and his partner Marc Hampton developed a delightful musical biography of the famed Boswell Sisters singing trio of the 1920’s and ’30’s. Titled “The Heebie Jeebies,” it told the true story … Continue reading

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Poignant & Hilarious Debut for Aside Productions

What a surprise awaits those who find their way tomorrow night to an “Evening of Original Plays,” deliciously served up by the Woodlands newest theatrical troupe, Aside Productions. The brainchild of company founder, James Canfield, this talented collaboration of actors and playwrights … Continue reading

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