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I was a little disappointed in the seats as they were the top row and sort of behind the stage. I am wondering is this how all gold star tickets are located.
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I wore jeans with a jacket and flats. .
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4.7 average rating
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6 events
3 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 15 2014

Perfect show to share with my son, we both loved the book and the play does a great work capturing every important moment of it.
The play has no intermission but is just 75 minutes long, good for even young audiences (10 and older).

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Robin Alter
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3 reviews
4 stars
attended Feb 08 2014

Ticket price was good, but I could do without the service fee. Service fee ended up being almost 1/2 the price of the ticket, making a $6.50 ticket now $9.50.

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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 15 2014

Fun venue, well done play. I would definitely recommend the Main Street Theatre to others, and return as well. The only down side was getting poor seats although there appeared to be several better seats open.

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The play runs approximately 80 minutes. There’s no intermission.

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.