Instead of performing Charles Dickens' beloved holiday classic for the umpteenth time, three actors decide to perform every Christmas story ever told - plus Christmas traditions from around the world, seasonal icons from ancient times to topical pop-culture, and every carol ever sung. A madcap romp through the holiday season!
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Vincent is a powerful and moving play about the life of one of the most famous artists of all time. Starring world-renowned artist Kevo, this production brings Van Gogh's story to life in a way that is both intimate and epic. With a diverse cast of artistic inclusion, Vincent is a must-see for anyone who has ever been inspired by Van Gogh's art! World premier: Houston, Tx Christmas Eve.Read more
Shabach Enterprise's Fade To Black Reading Series returns for its seventh year. A Sunday matinee has been added.
Fade To Black is Houston's first and only short play festival to showcase the new works of Black playwrights. Each year, as we bring more programs to life, the Fade To Black movement grows! We have already produced the plays of over 250 amazing playwrights and utilized the talents of our culturally diverse theatre community of local actors and directors.Read more
Mix-MATCH is a one-of-a-kind celebration of Houston's small to mid-sized arts groups, featuring captivating live performances, interactive activities, and a chance to connect with the local arts community. From theater to dance, from visual arts to community engagement, this festival has it all.Read more
A groom on a honeymoon in a mountain village - reports the disappearance of his wife to the police. Indeed, she has not returned for a few days, following a dispute, and he is worried. When the priest of the village arrives and tells the husband that he has found his wife and that she is behind the door, the stupefaction of the husband is total: this woman who presents herself as being his wife is not. But, to make matters worse, no one knows the "real" Mrs. Corban, given the novelty of this relationship. This Mrs Corban says loud and clear that her husband is amnesic and to confirm her words, she lends herself to an interrogation in order and gets a perfect score. Is he mad or is there a gang of criminals bent on him? A fantastic story follows immediately, where laughter and mystery intersect over the minutes and where the viewer sometimes has the impression of being in the trap…Read more
Brave Little Company's THE BIG "US" PROJECT, an initiative begun in 2018, is a collaborative theatre piece led by 100 members of Houston's refugee and immigrant communities.
We want the stories told in Houston to reflect the diversity of Houston. People who come to the U.S. as refugees, asylees, and immigrants do not always get to tell their story to a citywide audience. We are trying to change that.Read more
A young man’s with internal issues struggle to get out of a violent street gang aided by family and community that helps him do it. Mental and emotional health issues along with social problems of drug abuse affect DeVonte’s attempts to find peace and righteousness. The story embraces the after effects of at-risk youth in our forgotten communities. Questioning the canvas of community ills, gangs, drugs, at-risk families, horrific pandemic conditions and other issues that are hotbed topics today. Crime in Houston is at its highest peak in years and this storyline touches bases with causes and solutions using humor, drama, music and even dance to open the minds of society to the possibility of a world where the majority of at-risk youth don’t have to live at-risk, and a future for our next generation devoid of hate.Read more
Houston Musical Theater Company presents My Favorite Things: The songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein featuring the most beloved songs from Oklahoma!, South Pacific, The Sound of Music, Carousel, State Fair, The King & I, Flower Drum Song and Cinderella and will showcase the vocal talents of Robby Black, Erin Clark, Daniel Lopez, Kyle Stephens, Sarah Watson and Natasha Wroblewski with musical direction by Tim Smale.Read more
- July 2022: Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them
- July 2022: Tamarie Cooper's Live In-Person Sticky Sweet Summer Show
- June 2022: Queer Fringe Houston
- June 2022: Fade to Black Play Festival - 10th Season
- June 2022: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
- June 2022: 2022 Student Playwright Festival
- June 2022: Clybourne Park
- May 2022: I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much
- May 2022: Innominate
- May 2022: Best of Fringe 2022