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THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE Presents the CONSTANT STAR  Directed by RON JONES and written by Tazewell Thompson.  CONSTANT STAR is presented from March thru April, 2009 with Special Performances at Lone Star College Cy-Fair.  THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE is located at 3535 Main Street, Houston, Texas.

THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE Presents the 2007 SEASON. JOE TURNER'S COME AND GONE Directed by THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE'S Artistic Director EILEEN J. MORRIS and written by the Great American Playwright AUGUST WILSON is presented thru April, 2007. THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE is located at 3535 Main Street, Houston, Texas.

INTERVIEW WITH EILEEN J. MORRIS, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE AND DIRECTOR OF JOE TURNER'S COME AND GONE.  THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE Presents the 2004 - 2005 SEASON. THAT SERIOUS HE - MAN BALL by Alonzo D. Lamont, Jr. is presented thru October, 2004. THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE is located at 3535 Main Street, Houston, Texas.


SEPTEMBER 2000 INTERVIEW WITH THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE MS. ARGENTINA JAMES who says that "We are the Crowning Jewel for the City, Located in Downtown Houston and we want to share it with the World." THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE'S 2000 - 2001 SEASON including the 1999 Interview with Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Charles Fuller.

 

Welcome to AMERICAN MENU!  It's May 1968, shortly after the murder of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and a month before the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.  Five Black Kitchen Workers at a segregated lunch counter are forced to engage in painful self-examination brought about by yet another senseless death in their town.  Through passionate conversations, these women face the realities of life on the cusp of change.  Jammed in a hot airless room they must battle prejudice, poverty, ignorance and each other as they search for inspiration.  Yet in the midst of this seeming endless time, they manage to find humor that helps bridge the gaps and reconnects them to their humanism.  In Celebration of Black History Month  AMERICAN MENU is showing at THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE through February 28th, 2010.  For tickets and information please call phone 713-520-0055.  Visit THE ENSEMBLE THEATRE at 3535 Main Street, Houston Texas 77002 USA.

 

 

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