Monthly Archives: May 2010

”Jane Eyre” a Masterpiece From Masquerade

I am never surprised to see ever-increasing excellence in each new production from Houston’s Masquerade Theatre. That has been a “given” under the continuing leadership of founder/director, Phillip Duggins. But this month’s premiere production of the newly revised musical, “Jane Eyre” … Continue reading

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Players Bring Down the “House” at the Owen

Though I am not at liberty to reveal everything I learned about the real “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” while working toward my degree as a student at The University of Texas back in the early 1960’s, I can say … Continue reading

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Great Concert for a Great Lady at the Pavilion

Last Thursday, on a perfectly splendid night in Texas, the thousands of people in attendance at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion were about to enjoy a memorial concert and celebration of that perfectly splendid woman’s life. The initial part of … Continue reading

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