Special Event!

Hollywood and Vine

Hollywood and Vine

Stages' 2015 Gala & Auction

Gala Chairs
Vivian Wise
Sandra Porter

Auction Chairs
Jared Lang
Mauri Oliver

After-Party Chairs
Matt Burrus & Michael Pearce
 

Saturday, March 28, 2015  
7:00 PM 
at The Astorian
2500 Summer Street
valet entrance on Crockett Street
 

Live Entertainment | Seated Dinner | Open Bar

7:00 PM Cocktails & Silent Auction

8:30 PM Dinner & Entertainment

10:30 PM Auction closes & After-Party begins!

Attire
1920s Hollywood Glam or Black Tie

Tables & Tickets
Early Backer prices start at $3000 for a table of ten or $300 for a solo seat - get 'em before they're gone!

Reserve your table/seat now, or email gala@stagestheatre.com for additional information.
 

On Saturday, March 28, 2015, co-chairs Vivian Wise and Sandra Porter will host HOLLYWOOD AND VINE, a night of revelry and delight supporting Stages Repertory Theatre. One of the very first events to be held at the dazzling new venue The Astorian, the evening celebrates the glamour and excitement of the early days of Hollywood in a setting that must be seen to be believed!

HOLLYWOOD AND VINE includes dinner, dancing, and stellar entertainment from favorite Stages performers, as well as admission to THE AFTER-PARTY—IN TECHNICOLOR! The spectacular auction will feature an array of crave-worthy items, including jewelry, home accessories, art, travel and more. And to add the perfect touch of artistic flair, you’ll be able to film, photograph and/or star in your own movie scenes, created on one of our custom black-and-white sets!

Steadfast Stages supporter Mario Ariza, Chief Operating Officer of Houston First, is set to receive the seventh annual Theodore Award for Visionary Leadership in honor of his vital role in helping Stages achieve its longtime goal of purchasing its home at 3201 Allen Parkway. This fun, fabulous evening will be a great tribute to his extraordinary work on behalf of Stages.

Our annual gala and auction is a vital source of revenue for Stages’ artistic, education and community programs. Stages raises a substantial portion of its annual operating budget through the gala, while keeping expenses reasonable. Last year’s gala helped launch our most ambitious and successful season to date, and with your continued support we are poised to reach new heights!

Reserve your table/seat now, or email gala@stagestheatre.com for additional information.

 

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Now Playing in our 2014-2015 Season

Girls Night: The Musical

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Wednesdays & Thursdays 7:30p
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00p
Sundays 3:00p

TICKET INFO

Tickets start at $21
Buy early for the best seats and prices.

Wednesday Wins tickets - always a deal!

Group rates also available:
Wed-Thu groups of 6+
Fri-Sat groups of 10+
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Girls Night: The Musical

by Louise Roche
February 11 - March 22 2015

REGIONAL PREMIERE

This touching and hilarious 'tell-it-like-it-is' musical takes audiences on a journey into the lives of five friends as they re-live the past, celebrate the present, and look to the future on a wild and hilarious night out ... and you'll recognize a bit of yourself in each one of them! Girls Night has been described as “Desperate Housewives meets Mamma Mia” (Applause Magazine), and audience members can’t help but laugh, cry, and dance in the aisles to hits like “Lady Marmalade,” “It’s Raining Men,” “Man I Feel Like A Woman,” “I Will Survive,” “We are Family” and many more!

Directed by Mitchell Greco

STARRING
Susan Draper
Susan Koozin
Beth Lazarou
Holland Vavra
Brooke Wilson

This show is recommended for mature audiences. The equivalent movie rating would be 'R'.

Girls Night the Musical is a true crowd pleaser”
-Broadwayworld.com

“The show's unpretentious fun and the talented, unembarrassable women on stage had all of the audience on their feet, clapping, singing, and dancing in the aisles."
-Philadelphia Inquirer

“The show will have you dancing in your seat.”
-WHEC TV

 

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COMING SOON Very Soon

Stupid Fucking Bird

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Wednesdays & Thursdays 7:30p
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00p
Sundays 3:00p

TICKET INFO

Tickets start at $19
Buy early for the best seats and prices.

Wednesday Wins tickets - always a deal!

Group rates also available:
Wed-Thu groups of 6+
Fri-Sat groups of 10+
Press
Special Offers

Stupid Fucking Bird

by Aaron Posner, sort of adapted from 'The Seagull' by Anton Chekhov
March 18 - April 12 2015

REGIONAL PREMIERE

Nominee: Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award, eight Helen Hayes Awards

Love, death, beauty, despair and one unfortunate seagull collide in this unabashedly provocative riff on Chekhov’s classic. Con is a burgeoning playwright in love with his ingénue; his mother, an aging actress, is involved with a famous novelist; the novelist, in turn, is increasingly enchanted with Con’s girlfriend; and everyone else suffers on the sidelines. Chekhov’s characters still ruminate on love, revolution and the pursuit of happiness, but this time convention gets shot to hell.

Directed by Kenn McLaughlin

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Hollywood and Vine

PERFORMANCE TIMES

GALA CHAIRS
Vivian Wise
Sandra Porter

AUCTION CHAIRS
Jared Lang
Mauri Oliver

AFTER-PARTY CHAIRS
Matt Burrus & Michael Pearce

Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 7:00 PM
at The Astorian

TICKET INFO

Tickets start at $21
Group rates also available:
Wed-Thu groups of 6+
Fri-Sun group of 10+

Press
Special Offers

Hollywood and Vine

Stages' 2015 Gala & Auction
March 28 -

Gala Chairs
Vivian Wise
Sandra Porter

Auction Chairs
Jared Lang
Mauri Oliver

After-Party Chairs
Matt Burrus & Michael Pearce
 

Saturday, March 28, 2015  
7:00 PM 
at The Astorian
2500 Summer Street
valet entrance on Crockett Street
 

Live Entertainment | Seated Dinner | Open Bar

7:00 PM Cocktails & Silent Auction

8:30 PM Dinner & Entertainment

10:30 PM Auction closes & After-Party begins!

Attire
1920s Hollywood Glam or Black Tie

Tables & Tickets
Early Backer prices start at $3000 for a table of ten or $300 for a solo seat - get 'em before they're gone!

Reserve your table/seat now, or email gala@stagestheatre.com for additional information.
 

On Saturday, March 28, 2015, co-chairs Vivian Wise and Sandra Porter will host HOLLYWOOD AND VINE, a night of revelry and delight supporting Stages Repertory Theatre. One of the very first events to be held at the dazzling new venue The Astorian, the evening celebrates the glamour and excitement of the early days of Hollywood in a setting that must be seen to be believed!

HOLLYWOOD AND VINE includes dinner, dancing, and stellar entertainment from favorite Stages performers, as well as admission to THE AFTER-PARTY—IN TECHNICOLOR! The spectacular auction will feature an array of crave-worthy items, including jewelry, home accessories, art, travel and more. And to add the perfect touch of artistic flair, you’ll be able to film, photograph and/or star in your own movie scenes, created on one of our custom black-and-white sets!

Steadfast Stages supporter Mario Ariza, Chief Operating Officer of Houston First, is set to receive the seventh annual Theodore Award for Visionary Leadership in honor of his vital role in helping Stages achieve its longtime goal of purchasing its home at 3201 Allen Parkway. This fun, fabulous evening will be a great tribute to his extraordinary work on behalf of Stages.

Our annual gala and auction is a vital source of revenue for Stages’ artistic, education and community programs. Stages raises a substantial portion of its annual operating budget through the gala, while keeping expenses reasonable. Last year’s gala helped launch our most ambitious and successful season to date, and with your continued support we are poised to reach new heights!

Reserve your table/seat now, or email gala@stagestheatre.com for additional information.

 

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Coming Later in our 2014-2015 Season

Bad Jews

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Wednesdays & Thursdays 7:30p
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00p
Sundays 3:00p

TICKET INFO

Tickets start at $19
Buy early for the best seats and prices.

Wednesday Wins tickets - always a deal!

Group rates also available:
Wed-Thu groups of 6+
Fri-Sat groups of 10+

Press
Special Offers

Bad Jews

by Joshua Harmon
April 16 - May 03 2015

REGIONAL PREMIERE

A co-production with Black Lab Theatre

Produced in cooperation with and presented at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston

Daphna has just returned from Israel, empowered by her journey and in love with an Israeli soldier. Meanwhile, her cousin Liam has fallen for an “American Girl” who is anything but Jewish. Battle lines are drawn as the self-absorbed cousins clash over possession of a beloved family heirloom in this riveting new play about claiming the past while building the future.

Directed by Jordan Jaffe

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The Spiritualist

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Wednesdays & Thursdays 7:30p
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00p
Sundays 3:00p

TICKET INFO

Tickets start at $19
Buy early for the best seats and prices.

Wednesday Wins tickets - always a deal!

Group rates also available:
Wed-Thu groups of 6+
Fri-Sat groups of 10+

Press
Special Offers

The Spiritualist

by Robert Ford
April 29 - May 24 2015

REGIONAL PREMIERE

Rosemary Dunn is an English widow who cooks for the school lunch service and communes with the spirits of dead composers (Liszt is her favorite). When a crusading American newspaperman tries to unmask her as a fraud, the so-called “spiritualist” channels Buddy Holly to prove that great music is eternal! A comic drama inspired by true events, The Spiritualist explores the tensions between art and commerce, fact and faith.

Directed by Seth Gordon

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Mack and Mabel

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Wednesdays & Thursdays 7:30p
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00p
Sundays 3:00p

TICKET INFO

Tickets start at $21
Buy early for the best seats and prices.

Wednesday Wins tickets - always a deal!

Group rates also available:
Wed-Thu groups of 6+
Fri-Sat groups of 10+

Press
Special Offers

Mack and Mabel

based on an idea by Leonard Spiegelglass, book by Michael Stewart, music & lyrics by Jerry Herman
May 20 - June 28 2015

One of the most beloved musical scores of all time belongs to one of the most obscure classic musicals—Mack and Mabel. From the glory days of the Keystone Cops to the introduction of “talkies”, this captivating musical traces the rise of legendary silent film director Mack Sennett and his tumultuous relationship with the adorable Mabel Normand, who became one of his biggest stars.

Directed by Kenn McLaughlin

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