After 59 years of being an all-volunteer theatre in Northwest Houston, Theatre Suburbia has lost the lease in its current location at 4106 Way Out West Dr. and has to move. Elvin Moriarty said the group has found space close to its current location and will be moving to 5201 Mitchelldale St., Suite A3.
The theatre is doing a Facebook fundraiser, available on its page, to help with rent and utilities in the new space.
“The new building owner is supportive of us making any necessary changes to the building and has assured us that we will be comfortably located in the building for years to come,” states the online ask. “Your donations will also help us build an entirely new theatre space, seating risers, lobby lounge, tech booth, add an ADA bathroom, and re-appropriate spaces for dressing rooms and a green room.”
The troupe will still be performing at its Way Out West Location through March.
Solak Legal new to estate planning
Jennifer M. Solak would like to announce the recent opening of her new estate planning and probate law practice.
“I am serving the Greater Heights community and my goal is to help families protect their future and their loved ones through thoughtful legal planning,” Solak said.
For more information, see www.solaklegal.com.
Authenticity Massage open in Heights
Penny Mickel is a licensed massage therapist who owns Authenticity Massage at 210 E. 26th St.
“I offer specific massage treatments for women,” Mickel said. “I offer several types of cupping therapy, along with specialized lymphatic massages for women before and after surgeries. I also work with women that have had or currently have cancer.”
In addition, Mickel offers pregnancy massages, sports and traditional massages.
For more information, visit https://www.authenticitymassage.com/.
Wild Honey closes on 19th
Wild Honey, which was located at 625 W. 19th St. in the Heights, will be closed as of Jan. 30.
The boutique opened in August, offering items for women and children as well as accessories and giftable items.
The stores owners thanked the public for its support in a Facebook message.
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