Relax—that little white slip in your program is nothing to be afraid of. You’re in great hands during the College Park Theatre 2018 UIL One-Act-Play “Good People”. Standbys Alex Oleksy, Maya Gordon, Sarah Wolsky & Mason Odem, are ready to step into the spotlight at the last minute.
They’re on call, inside the theater, ready to jump in at a moment’s notice when a headliner gets sick – even if a performance already in progress!
The Red Door Theatre Company, a non-profit organization, will open Jan. 15 at 1087 Pruitt Road, The Woodlands. The theatre company offers classes such as acting, fashion design, stage makeup, playwriting, theatre history and set and costume design. Students ages 6 to 18 may apply.
The play, originally written by Philip King, is a family-friendly production as a 90-minute, 100 mile-an-hour farce.
“The setting is just a vicarage in England; characters show up, and everything goes wrong,” Curtis says. “A variety of characters show up at the wrong time and there’s mistaken identities and people losing people and everything spirals out of control and goes wrong … the farce is the plot.”
The play is set in the 1940s and has been acclaimed as a brilliant, farcical comedy. Audience members will enjoy the interaction between cast members inside the smaller Black Box venue.
The final performance of “See How They Run” will take place Oct. 30 in the Oak Ridge HS Black Box Theatre. Performances begin at at 7:00 p.m.
In a scene that is sure to draw even more comparisons to Tropical Storm Allison in 2001, the Houston Theater District has once again sustained a hit from ongoing flooding, this time thanks to now-Tropical Storm Harvey.
After a day of walkthroughs in each of the five Theater District venues, Theater District Houston CEO Kathryn McNiel and board chair Perryn Leech outlined the damage in a report Monday afternoon. Read more…
The Woodlands College Park Fine Arts Departments present one of its largest theater and music collaborations yet, long-running Broadway musical, “Les Misérables.” The musical, written by Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil, incorporates a cast, crew and orchestra of over 150 students.
Director Valerie Roberts Labonski and Vocal Director Erin Bodhaine said they have worked together at least one show per year for the last seven years. Before officially deciding to proceed with the production months ago, Labonski said they held preliminary auditions in April to decide if they had students who could meet the vocal requirements of the show. Read more…
The world of the living, dead and undecided collide on stage at the The Woodlands High School as the Addams Family takes over with a new musical. Performances will be Jan. 12-14 at 7pm with a 2pm matinee on the 14th.
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