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Reviewed October 27, 2014
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Click above to buy $14 tickets to A Picasso on Friday, January 29, at 8 p.m. ($31–$36 value)
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Art and politics take center stage with today’s side deal, offering a ticket to five performances of A Picasso at Stages Repertory Theatre.
Set in Paris after the Nazi invasion, the play tells the story of Pablo Picasso’s authentication of three works of art recently acquired by the Germans. Picasso must choose between his passion for art and his life in a dramatic faceoff with a feisty young female officer.
Stages debuted in a dank basement as a forum for Houston’s most daring works. Today, the risk-taking theater is in its 31st season and continues with an adventurous spirit that’s an invaluable cog in the Houston arts machine. Get this Groupon to end the month on a culturally ambitious note.
Two Insider Pages users and two Yahoo! Local reviewers all give Stages Repertory five stars, while two Yelpers give it four: > * You won’t see the same old plays done at Stages, they strive to find new writers and plays and are constantly rising the bar of creative freedom and orginality. I have never walked away from a Stages show unsatisfied, and my brain is usually tantalized for days after experiencing a Stages masterpiece. – Kim K., Insider Pages > * This is a great theatre. I’ve seen numerous shows here and am consistently impressed with the quality of performance. They seem to pick some really good scripts. – Katie D., Insider Pages > * Stages Repertory Theatre offers a wonderful theater experience…Stages features edgier and more avant-garde productions than you’ll find elsewhere in town. – Dolph W., Yelp
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