Hurricane Ike's 5th Anniversary Remembered in Evening of Short Plays
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The last date listed for Into the Eye of the Storm: Tales From Hurricane Ike was Saturday September 21, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Coughing up blood and passing through frenzies of terror, John Keats dies a death fit for the most romantic of the Romantic era poets. Meanwhile, in the next room, the real drama unfolds as a motley group of characters engages in wandering and witty discussions while politely waiting for the poet to perish. Fascinating conversations about loves lost, deaths attained and the crushing hardship of being human illuminate Rome, a world premiere from Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company. Premiering a collaboration never before seen in Houston, the MUTC has combined a poetic script from John Harvey with live music by Andy McWilliams and video by Stephanie Saint Sanchez in this startling new production. Jennifer Decker directs at Studio 101. Learn More
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While I am okay with the F word do you seriously have to use it that often just to tell a story? We always stay till after intermission even if we are not enjoying a play. We did for this as well but had to leave about 10 min after intermission.
Eye of the Storm: Tales From Hurricane Ike
By Fernando Dovalina
Directed by Steve Carpentier
Starring: Jada August, Danielle Kristen Bunch, Danyell Davis, Barbara Dell, Jennifer Drummond, Elyse Freeman, Roy Hamlin, Brandon Hobratschk, Robert L. Jacobs Jr., Rebecca Johnson-Edgerly, Omar Lewis, Joseph “Chepe” Lockett, J.R. Marshall, Brandon Morgan, Justin Paul Mouton, Joyce Anastasia Murray, Megan Nix, C.J. Stafford and Autumn Woods.
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