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Dress to enjoy a good time.
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Usually pretty easy
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Get the bottomless mimosa and drink up
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Dress was mixed, dress anyway you like
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lovetodance
General admission tickets are first come, first serve.
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Carolyn Stewart
Big parking lot adjacent.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.3 average rating
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1 review
0 stars
attended Dec 15 2012

Loved the music, the performers, and the band. Very entertaining. Only gave 4 stars because the story line was a little odd and I felt it took away from highlighting the music and the talented cast.

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12 reviews
16 stars
attended Dec 09 2012

We enjoyed this. The actors/singers were very talented. The theater is small and intimate, and every seat as a good view of the stage. Having a full bar there to enjoy... continued

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5 reviews
1 stars
attended Dec 16 2012

We thought it was wonderful the mix of music and comedy. I have reccommended it to several friends today. What a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

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Website

http://www.themusicboxtheater.com

About the Ticket Supplier: The Music Box Theater

The Music Box Theater’s mission is to provide audiences with a unique mix of live popular music and original comedy in a relaxed “cabaret style” environment. Well-known Houston performers Rebekah Dahl and Brad Scarborough developed the idea for The Music Box Theater in late 2010 as an alternative to the standard fare of Houston performance venues. The concept is to create a space and production that would feel welcoming for all Houstonians, while offering them a mix of music from across the decades. Once the concept was in place, Dahl and Scarborough teamed with fellow performers Luke Wrobel and Cay Taylor to bring their idea to life. In addition to live music, each show also features original comedy sketches.