From the theatre that brought you 42nd Street, come be entertained by the Houston High School Mustang Theatre’s production of Curtains. Directed by Kell Christie, the HHS theatre department is back for their spring production of Rupert Holmes’ Curtains, a musical parody of 1950’s "whodunnit" theater mysteries. In the play, Lieutenant Frank Cioffi investigates a series of murders that take place behind the scenes of a fictional 1950s cowboy musical, Robbin' Hood. The cast is forced to stay inside the theater while Boston police Lieutenant Cioffi unravels the mystery, gets involved with the show and falls in love in the process. Shows run February 23 through 26 at Houston High School. To check showtimes or to purchase tickets online, visit the link. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door with cash or check only. For questions, email HHStheatreboosterclub@gmail.com.