Venue Details

Goldstar Member
Very hard to find a place to park. Come way early and find a place to eat and be willing to walk a bit.
Macbeth: A Prague Shakespeare Company Production info Mar 08 2014 star this tip starred
Bobbie Jean
The parking in the area near the Rice Village location on Times just off Kirby can be challenging, so plan to go early to find parking within an easy walk.
Into the Woods info Feb 14 2014 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

14 ratings
4.4 average rating
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9 events
4 reviews
28 stars
attended Feb 12 2014

This was my first show at this location for Main Street Theatre and it was wonderful. Stellar performances by Amanda Passanante as the Baker's Wife, Kasi Hollowell as Lil Red, Christina Stroup as the Witch and Kregg Dailey as the Wolf/Cinderella's...continued

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12 events
12 reviews
15 stars
attended Jan 20 2014

What a treat! Main Street did a fantastic job with the piece, especially considering the restricting space they are working with. The show was very well cast. We'll be going back to see this production a second time before it closes!

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3 events
2 reviews
14 stars
attended Feb 14 2014

What a great experience! The cast was great and the venue was very nice!

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Website

http://www.mainstreettheater.com/mainstage/intothewoods.html

Description

Book by James Lapine

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Directed by Andrew Ruthven

Musical Direction by Claudia Dyle

This show is recommended for audiences 13 and older but may be enjoyed by mature 10 to 12-year-olds. 

About the Ticket Supplier: Main Street Theater

In 1975, Houston was a booming, oil-rich metropolis with a growing, sophisticated populace eager for exposure to a wide variety of cultural activities. But with only one resident theater, patrons were inevitably limited in the number and range of theatrical voices they had the opportunity to hear. Furthermore, few professional opportunities existed for the city’s growing community of theater actors, directors, writers and designers. Thus, Main Street Theater, the first of several new theater companies established during the 1970’s, was founded to meet two needs: to offer Houston theatergoers a more varied and challenging selection of plays and musicals and to provide a venue for training, employment and exposure for our city’s professional theater artists.