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  • The Spitfire Grill

    Aug 26, 2016 -- Sep 11, 2016
    Main Stage

    by James Valcq & Fred Alley Directed by Craig Trauschke • Music Direction by Crystal Elise Mata Based on the film by Lee David Zlotoff, depicts the journey of a young woman just released from prison who decides to start her life anew in a rural Wisconsin town. She participates in a journey within the town itself toward its own tenuous reawakening.

Craig Trauschke
Crystal Mata
RoseMarie Trauschke
Joyce Barnet
Vivian Perkins
Bridget Roberts
Avry Diaz
Music Director
Assistant Director
Co-Stage Manager
Co-Stage Manager
Backstage Crew
Danielle Knight
Juliet Barron
Carla Guidry
Greg Brown
Zack Varela
Rose Mata
Janet Elayne
Netanya Cutright
Vanessa Pearson
John Hinijosa
Suzie Hinijosa
Percy Talbot
Shelby Thorpe
Hannah Ferguson
Caleb Thorpe
Joe Sutton
  • Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    Sep 23, 2016 -- Oct 02, 2016
    Black Box

    Drama by Edward Albee Directed by Julie Owen The play focuses on the volatile relationship of associate history professor George and his hard-drinking wife Martha, the daughter of the college president, during an after dinner party to which Martha has invited a young married couple she met at the party. Winner of 5 Tony Awards in 1963.

Julie Owen
Renea Runnels
Vanessa Pearson
Assistant Director/Tech
Light Design
Jeff Luchsinger
Julie Owen
Billy Chmielewski
Kelsey Peltier

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Upcoming Auditions


Mindgame Audition

August 28th – 29th, 7:00 pm
Director: Revis Bell
Auditions will consist of cold reading from the script. Head shots are appreciated but not necessary. Show dates are weekends October 14th, 2016 October 30th, 2016.
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Putting It Together

Hi everyone!
We know this announcement comes early, since auditions are scheduled for August 28th at 4:00 pm, and August 29th at 7:00 pm at the Clear Lake Music Lessons Studio on Saturn (between Bay Area & Nasa 1 across from JSC), but we want to give all interested auditioners a few guidelines regarding song choices.
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  • Jim Tommaney

    The Houston Press

    Dear Gregory R. Brown, There’s rarely space to mention a theater’s physical facilities in a review but I do like your space.

    “Just a note to say how much I appreciate the generous tiered seating, which provides such good sight lines for the audience. And the handrails in the aisles are useful to the older folk – I wish some of the larger theaters would copy! It’s always a pleasure to see a well-designed theater.”

    Jim Tommaney

    Jim Tommaney

  • Pat and Rose Ann Cook


    Dear Greg,
    Just wanted to drop you a line to say what a delightful time Rose Ann and I had on Friday night. You put together SUCH an excellent production and your direction was right on point. One of my bugaboos about staging comedy is pacing – seems as if so many directors these days never heard of it. But you have the knack and also the ability to transfer your energies to your cast. Also, you have SUCH a wonderfully talented, skilled and, best of all, enthusiastic group there. I can’t speak for other authors but I just can’t write enthusiasm into a play – that has to come from the performer. And your group really put forth that extra, and decidedly valuable, effort that makes a script a play, even a revue such as this one.
    Thank you and your cast and crew. Really made our Christmas season to see your remarkable and, if i may say so, very funny show! I don’t feel the least bit awkward about saying that last part because SO much of the comedy came from your cast!

    Merry Christmas

    Pat and Rose Ann Cook

    Pat and Rose Ann Cook

  • Jim Tommaney

    The Houston Press

    Pasadena Little Theatre was one of ten local theatres mentioned in the Houston Press online Christmas list of praise.

    “Candy canes and full stockings to the many Houston theaters which do such brilliant work. Here’s a small sampling from a cornucopia of talent, in no particular order: “Pasadena Little Theatre for an excellent To Kill a Mockingbird and for the hand rails in the aisles that aid the elderly. “Best wishes, and thank you for the good work.

    Jim Tommaney

    Jim Tommaney


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