Venue Details

72 Star Starred
Obsidian Art Space
3522 White Oak Drive Houston, TX 77007
832-889-7837
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Tom West
We like to have our pre-theatre meal at Chatter's Restaurant on Heights Blvd. Good food, good prices and a short drive to the Obsidian.
Young Frankenstein: The Musical dining Oct 19 2013 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Tacos A Go Go just down the street is great for an after performance meal.
Young Frankenstein: The Musical dining Oct 14 2013 star this tip starred

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9 reviews
8 stars
attended Feb 15 2013

As advertised, it was absurdist. It had a lot of funny moments, but the ending was too complicated and fell flat. Some of the actors were excellent, especially the ones who played the maid and the father.

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attended Feb 23 2013

It was unique and hilarious. I felt engaged with all the characters.

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More Information

Website

http://conemanprod.wix.com/home#!viral-infection—-feb-7—-23/cl5y

Description

Written and directed by Gene Kato

Starring: Julio Alonzo, Amanda Baird, Jamie Betik, Taylor Biltoft, L. Jay Edenmeyer, Chris Eldredge, Jackie Pender-Lovell, Anthony Torres, Jason Tull, Clarity Welch and introducing Scout Edenmeyer.

About the Ticket Supplier: Cone Man Running Productions

n 2007, Christine Weems, Michael Weems and Eddie Rodriguez were not only very good friends, but board members of Phare Play Productions - a Manhattan theatre production company dedicated to developing new works and new talent in the tiny city of New York. Fast forward to 2011 where they all find themselves (for various reasons) in the fourth largest city in the country. Having taken their talents down south to Houston, these three have reunited and joined forces with the incomparable talents of L. Robert Westeen to form Cone Man Running Productions in order to continue to bring great entertainment - both theatre and film - to Houston.

Cone Man Running Productions seeks to challenge the playwrights, directors and actors while enticing audiences with not only traditional theatre productions, but with unique and innovative theatrical projects like the Spontaneous Smattering and the Pass and Go.

They sincerely hope you join them in their journey as they continue to try to keep ahead of the cone man and not look back!