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|by RAY HILL||Ray Hill And Love FEB. 14|
The New Ray Hill
The Sex Police
The Prison Years
|by DEE CLIBURN||Strong Hearts, Secret Hearts|
Crosswords and Solitaire
|by ELIZABETH GILBERT||Sweetie's Not|
Tolstoy is Dead (French and English)
|by BERNARD DA COSTA||The Little Mountain (French and English)|
Pat and Sarah
|by VICTORIA R. HERRICK||Tea Roses & Saltwater Taffy Kisses|
Ray Hill And Love
Ray's previous shows, The Prison Years and Sex Police, have proved Ray to truly be the modern-gay, I mean, "modern-day Mark Twain." Ray with his warmth and biting wit has gained wide appeal and acclaim from three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee.
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PROCEEDS will benefit ARTS ACTION, a not-for-profit group whose mission is to have "art on the news like the weather."
TICKETS are available at 515 Richmond Ave. For more information, call 713-523-2802. Ticket donations $20. $15 for seniors and students.
Arts Action, P.O. Box 66784, Houston, Texas 77266-6784, 713/523-2802
The Prison Years*
From police and prisons to mother-gay son relationships, Ray Hill comes out in a new way to tell the fascinating story of his life -- as one of the city's most notorious activists.
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*(Encore performances available for fund-raising and hell-raising only)
Louis Servos and Ray Hill, at Biba's One's-A-Meal in Houston.
Sexuality runs amok at a retirement home. Can the corporate bosses stop it?
by Elizabeth Gilbert
Seventy-two-year-old SWEETIE DAVIS has been abducted. The captors are her two grown children, who use force and pharmaceuticals to guarantee their mother's attendance at the 50th-anniversary spectacle of BUD & SWEETIE DAVIS' wedded bliss!
TOLSTOY IS DEAD
(English and French)
Told as Sony's story, the play revolves around one of the Russian writer's favorites themes: infidelity. It also includes characters from Tolstoy's story "The Kreutzer Sonatal."
THE LITTLE MOUNTAIN
SEPTEMBER 28, 1999
French Alliance, Houston, Texas
(Reading in French)
A son tries to get to know his father
on their annual mountain climbing trips.
PAT AND SARAH
JAN. 28 - FEB. 19, 2000
Denver Civic Theatre, Main Stage
"A gulp of fresh air.
Bernard da Costa is the creator of a series of rapid, witty and cheerful comedies whose straightforward yet pointed humor lacks neither piquancy or charm. He displays both finesse and philosophy. He enjoys playing with people in a way that a child plays with toys.
His targets are Sara Bernhardt and Mrs. Campbell, two sacred cows of the stage who pursued their theatrical vocation until they practically dropped dead of exhaustion. In a real-life confrontation, he displays them rehearsing a French play in London." -- Pierre Marcabur, Le Figaro
"Brilliant dialogue." -- France Catholique
"Invigorating and funny."
"Epic confrontation." "Delicious" -- Valeurs Actuelles
"Full of wit"
"Irrestistable." -- Le Parisien Libere
Every family -- no matter what its ethnic background or social standing -- wears a flawless mask it presents to the outside world. In a Texan family this mask is commonly called "front porch manners." Welcome to the fatally-flawed "back porch" world of the upper-middle class Bergstrom family, as the four 30-something Bergstrom sisters prepare for their parent's 40th wedding anniversary. For anyone with more than one sibling, Tea Roses . . . is a roller-coaster ride of laughter, tears, rivalry, and memories of childhood, tempered through the watchful eyes of Mama.
4202 Garrott, Suite 4
Marian Warner, London Branch Office.