Rome: Poet's Death Sparks Exciting Discussions in New Work
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A popular, moderate Senator wins the coveted spot as the running mate to a conservative Presidential candidate. There's just one problem: despite his marriage to a devout Christian, he's an agnostic who firmly believes in the separation between politics and private beliefs, not to mention church and state. Likened to a "political version of Doubt" by one critic, Suzanne Bradbeer's even-handed drama delves into the difficulty of maintaining both your integrity and your relationships in the midst of a campaign. The God Game receives its Texas premiere from Stark Naked Theatre. Learn More
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Featured review from Eric Bradley
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I consider myself a fan of edgy and avant garde theatre, but I just didn't connect with this piece. I liked the cast and the set and thought Mildred's Umbrella did as good a job as could be done with the play, but I hope to enjoy their next show more.
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With all the theater options there are in Houston I cannot imagine why anyone would pick this one once they read how horrible it is. Awful. I want my 90 minutes back. Don't waste your time or money on trash you can easily scrounge from a sewer....continued
Directed by Jennifer Decker and featuring Patricia Duran, Bobby Haworth, HR Bradford, Jon Harvey, Courtney Lomelo, Christie Stryk, Amy Warren and Ron Reeder.
About the Ticket Supplier: Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company
Mildred’s Umbrella began in 2001 when local actress Jennifer Decker and poet and playwright John Harvey (Ph.D., University of Houston Creative Writing Dept.) decided to bring together a group of artists and actors to create a collaborative theatrical piece written by John Harvey. The production was a success, earning positive press attention and the attention of many other local artists who wanted to be involved in future productions, and inspired the duo to achieve non-profit status and make plans for another production.
Over the course of several years and under the energetic guidance of artistic director Jennifer Decker, Mildred’s Umbrella has expanded to also staging Houston premieres of work from other playwrights and to searching out opportunities for creative collaborations with other local theater groups and artists.