Mission: Bayou City Theatrics exists to entertain, educate, and unite Houston artists, arts patrons, and students, through the production and performance of high-art, conceptualized pieces of musical theatre.
Results: We have made a name for ourself as an up-and-coming theatre company and have earned accolades from numerous press outlets:
Houston Chronicle, "…the jury is in and has decided that we are in the midst of some truly brilliant work from
the multi-talented Mr. Berry...”
Houston Press, “Colton Berry, a committed, enthusiastic and accomplished theater guru, is everything a new theater company would want in an artistic director.”
BroadwayWorld.com, "[Colton Berry] deftly draws the audience into the action…his direction is nothing short of fantastic…everything about the production sparkles…”
Bayou City Theatrics was awarded "Top New Theater" by the About Magazine 2012 FACE Awards.
Artistic Director, Colton Berry is recognized by Houston Press as one of the "Top 100 Creatives" in Houston, 2013.
Target demographics: Houston arts patrons, actors and musicians of all ages
Geographic areas served: Greater Houston Area
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Bayou City Theatrics is one of the youngest theatre companies in the Houston area, and they consistently bring quality theatrical experiences to Houston stages. Their productions of THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW, INTO THE WOODS, and LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS have received ebulliently positive (dare I say, rave) reviews from me on http://houston.broadwayworld.com. Their productions are clever and inventive, putting unique spins on these works. They guarantee audiences that you most likely will not have experienced any of their productions the way they are producing it. This young group is imbued with youthful enthusiasm and talent, keeping everything they do fresh. Their productions are experiences not to be missed, and I know I am not alone when I say, "I can't wait to see what they do next" and "I hope they produce shows for many years to come."