Nostalgic Holiday Musical Forever Plaid: Plaid Tidings
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The last date listed for Forever Plaid: Plaid Tidings was Saturday December 21, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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If you can't make it to Paris this April, the Lone Star Lyric Theater Festival has the next best thing for you. Americans in Paris -- Art of the Chanteuse, Deux will be an evening of lush and romantic melodies made famous by artists such as Josephine Baker, Eartha Kitt, Gene Kelly, Marlene Dietrich and Oscar Levant. Singers Sarah Brindley, Kelli Estes and Alison Greene will perform favorites like George Gershwin's "I Got Rhythm," Kurt Weill's "I'm a Stranger Here Myself" and "September Song" and Cole Porter's "C'est Magnifique." Learn More
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Its a smaller venue with a bar upstairs and a waitress who hustled. Prices are decent. Free parking in the streets or by all the stores.I would say 100 total people can sit downstairs and upstairs. Met the owner who cares alot for the people. The play was a hit. Lots of energy and filled with Christmas cheer. Its a cozy fun little venue, I will be back.
About the Ticket Supplier: MJR Theatricals/Music Box Musicals
MJR Theatricals (dba Music Box Musicals) is a 501©(3) non profit organization that was founded in 2012 by Artistic Director, Michael J. Ross and board members Danny and Robin Klaes.
At its home in Upper Kirby’s Music Box Theater, Music Box Musicals (MBM) was created to provide, quality, intimate, professional theatrical experiences for the Greater Houston community with a focus on employing Houston-based theatre artists.
The mission of MBM is to enrich the lives of greater Houston-area residents through performing arts, with a focus on employing Houston-based theater professionals. They are passionate about providing opportunities for the great talent pool in Houston. The long-term plan for the organization is to own its own facility where it can produce larger-scale productions, but still retain an “intimate theatre-going experience” for an audience.