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‘Santaland Diaries’ Returns to Classic Theatre

‘Santaland Diaries’ Returns to Classic Theatre

Imagine being a 33 year-old man working as an elf in a green velvet outfit at a Macy’s department store. Screaming children, impatient customers, and the chance of being recognized by friends and family are all you have to look forward to. Sounds like fun? That’s a synopsis of The Santaland Diaries being presented by

The Overtime Hosts World Premiere of Spooky Gay Comedy ‘Ghostbears’

While it champions Texas-bred productions, the wild and wacky Overtime Theater also stages offbeat works concocted by like-minded playwrights from across the nation. Given his track record fusing Goth culture, Netflix fandom and David Attenborough-inspired nature docs (Among the Squirrels), not to mention setting a Greek myth in a 1950s-era Arizona diner (Iphigenia in Kingman),

Ray Chavez Recalls Cornyation Antics Through the Ages

“Ray is the heart and soul of Cornyation … it wouldn’t be here without him.” The house was packed and Cornyation was in full swing. The music was blaring, the stage lights glaring, and a group of actors and dancers were performing in another outlandish skit to thunderous roars, when, suddenly, a dancer took an unscripted nosedive