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‘Hand to God’ Comes Home to Texas at WaterTower Theatre

Playwright Robert Askins discusses his darkly humorous play about a demonic puppet who possesses a troubled young boy.

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What to Know About Theater Etiquette Before Attending a Show

Going to the theater can be a thrilling experience for first-timers, but even veteran audience members might need a reminder of the dos and don’ts.

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Enter Barbra Streisand’s Basement Mall in ‘Buyer and Cellar’

Actor Doug Atkins talks about the one-man show at Main Street Theater and what he would do if he had an underground shopping center of his own.

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‘The Cake’ Is Ripped From Today’s Headlines

Actor Candice D’Meza shares why Bekah Brunstetter’s play at the Alley Theatre is relevant and important in the modern landscape.

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‘The Great American Trailer Park Musical’ Director on the Show’s Humor and Heart

The musical is the most-requested show for Stages Repertory Theatre and returns to the stage for the third time through July 22.

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Cultural Experiences in Houston Cheaper Than Margaritas and Guac

If this list indicates anything, it’s that Houston is a city that believes that experiencing the arts shouldn’t be a luxury. “Space City” is full of many cultural experiences and events that won’t break the bank.

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6 Broadway Stars You Didn’t Know Were From Texas

From a Lone Star to a Broadway Star, these multitalented actors and singers all got their start in the great state of Texas!

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Joan Rivers Spoke Her Mind and Encouraged Artists

The multi-hyphenate cultural icon made a name for herself by never backing down from her opinions.

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5 Facts About the Houston Theatre District

It’s no secret that Houston is a city that loves to celebrate and foster the arts. You can find many of its beloved organizations in the Theatre District, a small section in downtown’s north side.

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Young Jean Lee Dares to Pushes Boundaries

The trailblazing playwright will become the first Asian-American woman to have a play produced on Broadway this summer.

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