The Jeannette and L.M. George Theater will be transformed into a scene straight from “old Hollywood” on March 24th when A. D. Players hosts its first annual “After Dinner Affair”—a fundraising gala billed as “an evening of food, drink and knock-your-socks-off entertainment.”
AN EVENING OF FOOD, DRINK, AND KNOCK-YOUR-SOCKS-OFF-ENTERTAINMENT!
Former Broadway performer and Nashville arts administrator to lead Houston theatre company
A.D. Players, one of Houston’s oldest and largest resident theater companies, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jake Speck as Executive Director. In August 2017, Speck will assume leadership of the company that was founded by actress and playwright Jeannette Clift George in 1967.
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever and Rock Nativity Celebrate the Joys of the Holiday Season
A.D. Players is pleased to announce their upcoming lineup of family-friendly Christmas entertainment in their first holiday season at The George.
Children’s Theater show suitable for children on the autism spectrum and aged two-plus
A.D. Players, one of Houston’s oldest and largest resident theater companies, is pleased to announce “Balloonacy” by Barry Kornhauser, as its next Children’s Theater production. The play, a young audiences’ favorite, showcases the joys of imagination and friendship and is told entirely through mime, music and improvisational play.
All performances will provide admission-free tickets for first responders, flood victims
As they say in theater, “The show must go on,” and so it will at the Jeannette and L.M. George Theater. Despite the most recent events due to the unprecedented flooding in the Houston-area, A.D. Players will move forward with their first show of the season, “Harvey,” hoping the lighthearted story will lift spirits and provide some comedic relief to Houstonians as many begin the clean-up and rebuilding process following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.