Venue Details

6 Star Starred
Lambert Hall
between Yale and Harvard 1703 Heights Boulevard Houston, TX 77008
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Member Tips

RolandT
Parking was free and right adjacent to the building.
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Phillip Hart
Casual to dressy.
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Phillip Hart
I didn't get refreshments.
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Phillip Hart
I am never afraid to park in this neighborhood.
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Goldstar Member
Refreshment were available to purchase for a nominal amount.
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Scoot
Very casual dress
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Reviews & Ratings

13 ratings
3.9 average rating
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13 events
7 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 16 2013

Lots of fun for a reasonable price.
A little uneven. A couple of the "Plays" - they are really skits - are very funny. But a couple of them were 'not so much'.

All in all we had a nice evening!

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8 events
6 reviews
4 stars
attended Feb 16 2013

This was a solid community event--entertaining, funny, and intimate. The company made you feel so welcome and an appropriate part of the show: meaning the audience was... continued

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10 events
3 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 15 2013

Fantastic evening of comedy! Family friendly as advertised.

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More Information

Website

http://upstagetheatre.org/current-season/

Description

Anything Can Happen

by Cary Pepper; directed by Gene Knapp & Susan Knapp

It’s hard to tell who’s crazier; the magazine salesman, the prospective subscriber off her meds, or the local police and media.  

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The Future of Sincerity_

by Sam Graber; directed by Jacob Allen

In the near future, a man proposes to a woman with a secret.  

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Parting Words_

by Linda Escalera Price; directed by Rick Evans & Lulu Mire

Funny family fun in a funeral home. No, really!  

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The Stand-In_

by Brett Hursey; directed by Rebecca Bernstein

A starlet-wannabe has the audition from hell.  

Plus: A sneak peek at upcoming drama Scratch Off

by Scott Tobin; directed by Sean K. Thompson

What’s the harm in showing the audience a scene from an upcoming drama? Unless, of course, everything goes horribly wrong…

About the Ticket Supplier: UpStage Theatre

UpStage Theatre is a non-profit 501©(3) organization and group of talented volunteers dedicated to providing the highest quality, yet affordable and family-friendly theatrical experience for both the young and the young at heart. They take great pride in the professional quality of their children’s series and their evening theater series and aim to make the theater-going experience accessible for those who might not be regular theater-goers.