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4 Star Starred
Studio 101
1824 Spring Street Houston, TX 77007
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They have snacks and drink options.
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Parking is free. The front lot gets pretty full early, so either come early, or there is a side/back lot that is usually pretty empty
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attended Sep 19 2013

While I am okay with the F word do you seriously have to use it that often just to tell a story? We always stay till after intermission even if we are not enjoying a play. We did for this as well but had to leave about 10 min after intermission.

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attended Sep 13 2013

I really liked the intimate, small theater experience. The people who work there are very friendly. I even got to meet the playwright :)

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attended Sep 13 2013

The show was very funny and entertaining. The actors did a fantastic job and the play was well written. It brought back so many memories of all the hurricanes of the mid 2000s and it was awesome to be able to have a laugh about it this time! I...continued

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_Eye of the Storm: Tales From Hurricane Ike

_By Fernando Dovalina

Directed by Steve Carpentier

Starring: Jada August, Danielle Kristen Bunch, Danyell Davis, Barbara Dell, Jennifer Drummond, Elyse Freeman, Roy Hamlin, Brandon Hobratschk, Robert L. Jacobs Jr., Rebecca Johnson-Edgerly, Omar Lewis, Joseph “Chepe” Lockett, J.R. Marshall, Brandon Morgan, Justin Paul Mouton, Joyce Anastasia Murray, Megan Nix, C.J. Stafford and Autumn Woods. 

About the Ticket Supplier: Cone Man Running Productions

n 2007, Christine Weems, Michael Weems and Eddie Rodriguez were not only very good friends, but board members of Phare Play Productions - a Manhattan theatre production company dedicated to developing new works and new talent in the tiny city of New York. Fast forward to 2011 where they all find themselves (for various reasons) in the fourth largest city in the country. Having taken their talents down south to Houston, these three have reunited and joined forces with the incomparable talents of L. Robert Westeen to form Cone Man Running Productions in order to continue to bring great entertainment - both theatre and film - to Houston.

Cone Man Running Productions seeks to challenge the playwrights, directors and actors while enticing audiences with not only traditional theatre productions, but with unique and innovative theatrical projects like the Spontaneous Smattering and the Pass and Go.

They sincerely hope you join them in their journey as they continue to try to keep ahead of the cone man and not look back!