Pay-to-Pee

REVIEW: Art Factory's Trumpified Take on Urinetown Aims for the Bowl with Varied Success

The production embraces the show's tongue-in-cheek satire, but doesn't quite land every joke

2:30pm By Ian Everett

Old Is New

Kassandra and The Leader Take On Real World Problems Through Opera

Opera in the Heights’s double bill tackles #MeToo, loss of identity, and climate change.

12:56pm By Olivia Flores Alvarez

Laugh Your Problems Away

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb 21-23

This weekend brings guitar masters, addicting dramas and Italian designs.

02/21/2020 By Emma Schkloven

History Test

REVIEW: Camp David Tries To Make Peace With the Past to Mixed Results

Even with a stellar cast, the Alley's production falls into the traps of reexamining history.

02/21/2020 By Doni Wilson

Dinner Date Dreams

Ninfa’s Uptown's New Mural Features One Seriously Star-Studded Dinner Party

With a guest list of athletes, music makers and local celebrities, we wish we could pull up a seat at this table.

02/21/2020 By Craig Hlavaty

Feed the World

Justin Reid Helps Kids’ Meals Celebrate Major Milestone

The local org has successfully delivered over a million free, healthy meals to children in need.

02/21/2020 With Stevi Maytubby

Carnival Time

Riding for the First Time in Mardi Gras Galveston

A tale of beads, beers, and zany golf carts.

02/21/2020 By Carlos Brandon

Reading Rainbow

Houston Literati Shines at 34th Annual Inprint Poets and Writers Ball

The gala welcomed award-winning poet and MacArthur Foundation Fellow Terrance Hayes as this year's featured speaker.

02/21/2020 By Abby Ledoux

Daring Diplomacy

The Alley's Camp David Brings Drama of History to Houston Stage

The play tells the story of the 1978 Camp David Accords, which brought peace between Egypt and Israel.

02/20/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Partying, Partying, yeah!

Party on the Plaza Returns to Downtown Houston This Spring

The lineup for the free Thursday night concerts includes Ryan Bingham and St. Paul and The Broken Bones.

02/20/2020 By Craig Hlavaty

In Bloom

Junior League of Houston Raises Nearly $1 Million Amidst Lush Secret Garden Setting

Houston matrons and savvy socialites raise a glass to the women of Briar Oaks Lane.

02/19/2020 By Natalie Galerne

The Innocence of Youth

TUTS’ Once On This Island Takes Houston Audiences On a Journey of Love

This is definitely not the Disney version of “The Little Mermaid.”

02/18/2020 By Holly Beretto

Girl Power

Catastrophic Theatre’s Fefu and Her Friends Tells a Tale of Sisterhood

The avant-garde play by María Irene Fornés tackles themes of identity and female friendship.

02/17/2020 By Holly Beretto

A Little Bird Told Me

The Blue Bird Circle Resale Shop Is Back and Better Than Ever

The beloved Montrose shop celebrated its grand reopening after closing last summer for a major remodel.

02/14/2020 By Abby Ledoux

Heartwarming Stuff

MD Anderson Gives Parents a Much-Needed Night Out

The Valentine's-themed event at the Westin Houston Medical Center pampered families of pediatric patients.

02/14/2020 By Abby Ledoux

Stratospheric Soul

Nashville Soulster Devon Gilfillian Talks Busting Musical Boxes Ahead of Houston Shows

The Music City up-and-comer's debut album, "Black Hole Rainbow," dropped last month.

02/13/2020 By Emma Schkloven

So. Many. Beads.

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb 14-16

Because nothing says romance quite like a meal that used to chirp.

02/13/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Gotta Catch 'Em All

Check Out Spring Branch's Cool New Public Art

"Art on Long Point" brings eye-catching sculptures to the area.

02/13/2020 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Review

Main Street Theater’s Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue Is a Lyric Homage Confronting the High Price of War

The play is the first in a trilogy being staged across over the next few weeks.

02/12/2020 By Doni Wilson

Q&A

Lidia Yuknavitch Talks New Book Ahead of Brazos Reading

The bestselling author will share from her first collection of short fiction, "Verge," which came out earlier this month.

02/11/2020 By Ryan Pait