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NOTE: Article may contain spoilers On what would have been Donald Barthelme’s 86th birthday, Catastrophic Theater played host to the world premiere of his novella “Snow White’s” adaptation to the stage. Director Greg Dean said that this was a passion project of his. Not only did he finish the script that Barthelme...

NOTE: Article may contain spoilers George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” is not one of those stories you easily forget. I read it back in 8th grade and it still makes me uncomfortable. That being said, I had high expectations for the School of Theatre and Dance’s production at the Wortham Theatre. Though the play did have its...

In a production that saw the title character change sex, the UH School of Theatre and Dance put on an impressive production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar.” “Thou shalt see me at Philipi.” These are the fateful words spoken by the ghost of Caesar to Brutus before he and his fellow conspirators meet their doom....

NOTE: REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS Let The Right One In had a lot of expectations when it was adapted for the stage in 2013. With a bestselling novel and a critically acclaimed film already produced, the Jack-Thorne-adapted play had little room for error. But four years later and the story by John Ajvide Lindqvist has...