Venue Details

16 Star Starred
Grace Theater
2710 West Alabama Houston, TX 77098
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Member Tips

Ray Pavia
Dressy or casual makes no difference.
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Goldstar Member
Parking adjacent to theater is limited. Check for additional parking areas
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Pauline McKee
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Pauline McKee
Donations requested for coffee and water - so bring a couple of dollars
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Goldstar Member
Arrive about 30min early to secure parking in the limited adjacent lot.
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Reviews & Ratings

11 ratings
4.7 average rating
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4 reviews
3 stars
attended Sep 14 2012

We were disappointed in this production and agreed with the reveiw in the Houston Chronicle that the main character was miscast. There were also quite a number of staging problems such as doors opening by themselves.

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Oct 04 2012

Well-acted and fun! I love the intimate setting of AD Players - there is not a bad seat.

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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Sep 05 2012

I have been to theater in New York, London and around the world, but had never been to the AD Players Theater. I can honestly say they put on a great performance. The... continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: A.D. Players

A. D. Players, or After Dinner Players, was founded in 1967 by Jeannette Clift George. The troupe of part-time actors performed its first performance in 1968, and seven years later, in 1975, the Players created a Touring Company. In the late 1970s, the Players purchased the Grace theater building. Soon, the Touring Company was making an international performances, and the Players also established the Theater Arts Academy, originally providing drama classes to children. A. D. Players continued to grow through the early nineties, even expanding with the building of Saint Street Annex, which served as the new home for costume shop, Touring Company, rehearsal hall, and Theater Arts Academy. The company also started Houston's first year round children's theater at St. Luke's United Methodist Church Rotunda. In 1997, A. D. Players made their off-broadway debut of John His Story at Lamb's Theatre, New York City.

The future of A. D. Players is bright. In 2003, the company purchased over three aces of land in the Galleria area of Houston. The purchase of this land will enable A. D. Players to consolidate six current theater locations, including a 450-seat Mainstage Theater, a 300-seat Children's Theater, and a 150-seat Black Box Theater. This new facility, located in one of the top tourist destinations in Houston, will enable A. D. Players to continue serving the Houston community with its unique artistic signature of hope and faith.