One writer argues Houston's profligate clapping renders the standing O meaningless.
You can see Tony-winning blockbuster musical for just $10. Here's how.
Mezzo soprano Jamie Barton talks Norma, the soon-to-open HGO production featuring all the lusty passion you could ask for.
You can't dance, You can't jive
To perhaps no one's surprise, opera performers are much better singers than dancers.
Houston History Alliance is hosting a Hamilton sing-along and ticket raffle.
Fresh off a Broadway gig, the actor tells us how her career all started, as all good ones do, with a middle school crush.
Maria ain't no problem
Choreographer Julio Monge explains how he taught opera singers how to move.
All in the Family
A co-production between Stages and the ERJCC, Jesse Eisenberg's 2013 play arrives at the perfect moment.
The world premiere production at the Alley dazzles with the backstage drama of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
A new arts non-profit collaboration offers small and mid-sized theater companies access to shared costume resources.
Confusing portions aside, this regional premiere proves the ongoing relevance of one infamous campaign ad.
The upcoming production captures the political moment that birthed a still-relevant LBJ attack ad.
Carmen Abrego and her son weren't about to miss their shot.
Rockets GM Daryl Morey loves theater; Catastrophic Theatre artistic director Jason Nodler loves basketball. Is it just us, or was a collaboration inevitable?
Bard Knock Life
What's technically Houston's oldest Shakespeare festival puts its own twist on the Bard's classic history play.
Work from a triumvirate of 20th century artistic giants converges on the Menil Collection's Dan Flavin Installation.
The aggressively pleasant TUTS musical delivers wonderful stagecraft and performances atop a mediocre musical foundation.
I See You
"When you don’t see anyone that resembles you doing the things that you’re training to do, it is disheartening and disappointing."
Cameron Alexander reimagines the tired Shakespeare classic as part of the Rec Rooms six-week residency festival.
Have a Ball
Despite being displaced after Harvey, the Ballet saw its largest, most successful ball yet last month.