Monthly Archives: October 2016

HOW TO SUCCEED …With Broadway Fun!

[Click any photo to enlarge. All photos by Os Galindo] Ever since its opening on The Great White Way more than half a century ago in 1961, composer Frank Loesser’s witty musical satire on the corporate world of big business … Continue reading

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ADDAMS FAMILY’s Spooky Hilarity Launches Halloween Season at Crighton

I think it can be safely said that in my many pleasant years of reviewing productions at the Crighton Theatre, I have never laughed harder than I did last Saturday night when doubled up in hysterics while enjoying Stage Right’s … Continue reading

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A True “MADE IN TEXAS” Family Affair at Music Box

It was a night to showcase the singers & songwriters of the Lone Star State, and the stars of Houston’s Music Box Theater were certainly up to the challenge with their latest production, MADE IN TEXAS. Rebekah Dahl, the company’s … Continue reading

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“MURDER” With Extra Mayhem from TWHS Theatre

There is a certain buzz of energy, excitement and enthusiasm before the curtain goes up on a high school theatrical production. I remember it well from my schooldays as a young actor in New York, and it was everywhere in … Continue reading

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