Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks: Premiere of Touching Comedy
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In the grand tradition of theatrical melodrama, Kris Thompson's new play Bad Medicine is an old-fashioned barn-burner replete with over-the-top romance, a mustache-twirling villain and a jangly live piano score. There's even popcorn on hand to hurl at the smooth-talking snake oil salesman bad guy Bodkin Shamley, who arrives on the scene to try and steal the lovely Nurse Becky Trueheart away from her childhood sweetheart Sheriff Gene Ranger. You'll cheer, boo and shake with laughter at this madcap homage to stagecraft of yore. Learn More
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Featured review from PegiRed Velvet
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The play had an interesting plot.... very different! It was a 2 person play and the gay guy was very good, very natural. The lady in the cast was not quite as comfortable on stage but seemed to warm up as the play progressed. The stage was well designed and the action could be seen from all seats. The people taking tickets etc. were all very friendly.
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I had invited 5 other people to join me for dinner and this play for their Christmas gift this year. Dinner and a memory of a fun time together.
We felt that both the actor/actress were excellent in their delivery of the mood and material...continued
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Theatre Suburbia is Northwest Houston’s longest running all-volunteer playhouse. They are currently celebrating their 51st season and have now produced over 345 shows. Throughout the years, they have endeavored to provide quality, live theatre to the Houston area. They try to reach as many as possible, by providing a wide variety of plays as well as the unique sets seen with each show. Theatre Suburbia is a small theatre, but that only refers to their physical limitations, not the quailty of work they perform.