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Dracula Fog swirls underfoot and Gregorian chant reverberates. Red light bathes two blanched, debauched brides wearing dusty wedding dresses. They perch on the stairs near the Gothic windows, watching with hungry anticipation. One pets a raven on her arm, the other hisses menacingly. An old c… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

Dracula Fog swirls underfoot and Gregorian chant reverberates. Red light bathes two blanched, debauched brides wearing dusty wedding dresses. They perch on the stairs near the Gothic windows, watching with hungry anticipation. One pets a raven on her arm, the other hisses menacingly. An ol… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

Close Up Space The tyrannical senior editor of a publishing house keeps his rebellious teenage daughter in a boarding school, but, expelled for destruction of property, she returns to attack him. Add an assistant whose past excesses with Mary Jane have left him mentally challenged, salt with … Full News here – Houston Press |…

A brainy London adventure, Manning plans Houston visit and special honors … The senior Manning played quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, Houston Oilers and Minnesota Vikings and was a broadcaster for the Saints before hitting the field as a motivational speaker. First in line to greet manning will be dinner chairs Deedee … Full…

Miss Julie August Strindberg’s ground-breaking psychological drama, originally set in Sweden in 1874, is transferred to New Orleans in the ’20s, as the valet engaged to the cook beds the lady of the house, leading to complications most dire. The setting is the large kitchen to a mansion, and … Full News here – Houston…

Awesome America! In its inaugural production, the Ohana Theatre Company presents four short unrelated plays set in different American locales. Whatever Happened to Big Nose George, by Pamela Jamruszka Mencher, is set in Wyoming – a train-robber embarrasses a male victim in front … Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

2 Pianos, 4 Hands Richard Greenblatt and Ted Dykstra, both talented Canadian pianists and actors trained for careers as classical musicians, have created a play with music that defies description. It uses humor, musical ability and insightful memories of childhood piano lessons to delineate a… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

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