During our 15 month break from live shows we kept the creative juices flowing by partnering with Scriptwriters Houston to produce 10 short films. Each piece features the work of one of their playwrights.Learn More & Watch Video
The Glass Mendacity by Maureen Morley & Tom Willmorth
Upcoming Auditions on July 25 & 26
Tennessee Williams gets the illegitimate treatment as THE GLASS MENDACITY hilariously parodies his work in this magnolia operetta.Read More
Who's on First? by Jack Sharkey
Opening Soon on July 23
Take a husband, wife, lover and friend, add a strange lamp, a gun and a rubber chicken plus a party that begins at 8pm, then again at 8pm, and then again at 8pm, and you have this nightmare comedy. Is it all an accident? Or is their dilemma part of someone's fiendish plan?Read More • Download Flyer • Make a Reservation
The Early Miracle by Lew Holton
We return with our first live performance on June 4th!!
A tornado has swept through the Fairview Mobile Home Park in the fictional town of Early, South Carolina, destroying everything in its path... except one trailer, which it not only left undamaged, but on the roof of which it set down a statue of the Virgin Mary.Read More
On February 6th, we lost our dear friend Lynn Cummings, a longtime volunteer here at Theatre Suburbia. We first got to know her while she was providing transportation to and from rehearsals for her granddaughter, Kiki. Throughout the years, Lynn has been an invaluable member of our community. With a friendly face and attitude, she was always ready to lend a hand on a moment's notice.Read More
Though we're not able to bring life back to our stage just yet, we are in the process of determining what shows will grace our stage in our next season. We've invited several characters from some of the shows under consideration to share with you a bit about each.Watch Videos
As we approached our landmark 60th season, we made the necessary move to a new location at 5201 Mitchelldale. Sadly, this move occurred just as the COVID-19 pandemic hit our community in full effect, forcing all of us to reconsider how we operate and interact on a daily basis. It is because of this and our concern for the safety of our community and our wonderful patrons and volunteers that we have made the choice to cancel all live performances until further notice.
Ticket sales have been our primary source of income and it is challenging to stay afloat without them. If you have enjoyed even one of our more many productions, we ask that you let us know with a donation.Read More • Make a Donation