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Manual Cinema: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein | Society for the Performing Arts

Mary Shelley was still a teenager when she basically invented the science fiction genre with the 1818 publication of Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus. Since, countless versions have been produced and the creature at the center of Shelley’s novel ...

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A Chorus Line | TUTS

Michael Bennett, the man behind A Chorus Line, was a pretty good dancer. He was so good that his father, a man with a taste for gambling and an unlucky streak, once tried to hock his son's significant talent to the mob when Bennett was just a ...

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Vietgone | Alley Theater

If the idea of writing a sex comedy about your parents freaks you out, well, you’re not Qui Nguyen. But when Nguyen set out to tell his family’s stories, he wanted to create three-dimensional Asian-American characters with agency – people who ...

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Theatre District Shuttle | Damian’s

Shuttle to the Theatre District There are two truths about downtown Houston: Parking here is a pain and Damian’s Cucina Italiana has been synonymous with Italian food here since 1983. Fortunately, Damian’s took the initiative to solve ...

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Elf – The Musical | TUTS

During an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Will Ferrell admitted that he was afraid that one day people would stop and ask him, “Why did you do that one about the elf?" Instead, his 2003 Christmas comedy “Elf” became a perennial ...

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