What a Relief
Record your own oral history, hear lots of good music, and try out an escape room (for free).
Move aside, Hurricane Harvey. There's (almost) nothing a paper towel can't fix.
The aftermath of Harvey addled the Houston Grand Opera, but it will not stop already-in-progress Song of Houston plans.
The Theater District sustained damage, while smaller, outlying companies were luckier.
Fall Arts Guide
The season is back with a vengeance.
Chris Becker, Morgan Kinney, and Steven Devadanam
After seven years, the Houston theater will shutter due to financial concerns.
Ninety looks from the designer's storied six-decade career will be on display.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
Broadway veteran Dan Knechtges takes the helm at Theatre Under the Stars.
The first building dedicated solely to modern drawing won't be opening in October anymore.
This marks the second Houston institution to gain the accreditation.
Out of 15 global winners, two Houstonians were picked to pursue their passions by Volcom's #ThisFirst contest.
Guess Who's Back?
The ultra-popular musical returns to its birthplace this summer for the umpteenth time.
Party with a purpose
Different forms of art come together for a harmonious display of artistic expression.
The landmark theater, built in the 1920s, is newly renovated and ready for action.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
Sign of the Times
Matthew Maxey will join the Chicago rapper for the remainder of his 2017 tour.
God in the Machine
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe comes to life with the help of moving, custom-fabricated puppets by Root Lab.
Allyson Waller and Cara Maines
The question is: Will little green men make the lines feel shorter?
Break out your parasols and corsets because Jane Austen is coming to Houston.
Andrea Puente Catán on her late husband: “He opened the door for opera that relates to the Spanish-speaking world."
The vampire drama will draw from a trilogy by a Houston-based writer.