Jimmy Dailey, Kathleen O'Neal. Photo by: Nick King

The Grass is Greenest at the Houston Astrodome

By Michael Ross Albert

When a painter tears the artwork off the walls of a struggling independent gallery, the relationships between a group of emerging artists are also torn apart.

A comedy about envy, friendship, sex, art, and our constant search for something better.

A cause for celebration.

NYTheatre Now

The playwright has a knack for infusing his naturalistic dialogue with hints of poetics and hard-hitting social commentary… Astrodome is an example of Fringe at its best.

Stagelight Magazine

Production Details

3 Male

2 Female

70 minutes (no intermission)

By Michael Ross Albert

Production History

The Grass is Greenest at the Houston Astrodome was first produced at 64E4 Mainstage as part of the 18th Annual New York International Fringe Festival. The production was directed by Brandon Stock.

The Grass is Greenest at the Houston Astrodome is published in Best American Short Plays 2014-2015. The text is also available on Indie Theatre Now. Excerpts from the play appear in both Best Women’s and Best Men’s Stage Monologues 2016, published by Smith & Kraus.

Poster design by Whitney Allen

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