Fall Arts Guide 2017

The Show Must Go On: 6 Must-See Performances This Fall

4th Wall Theatre Company's penultimate performance, a Pride and Prejudice sequel, and other original shows are the highlights of this fall's theater scene.

08/21/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Fall Arts Guide 2017

7 Authors and Comedians Coming to Houston This Fall

Inprint kicks off its annual Margarett Root Brown Reading Series, John Mulaney stops by Revention Music Center, and more.

08/21/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Fall Arts Guide

The 2017 Fall Arts Guide

The season is back with a vengeance.

08/21/2017 By Chris Becker, Morgan Kinney, and Steven Devadanam

Fall Arts Guide

The Host of The Daily Show Comes to Houston

Trevor Noah will bring his swagger, good lucks and sharp wit to Sugar Land in November.

08/21/2017 By Steven Devadanam

Fall Arts Guide

Da Camera Looks Back at a Tumultuous Decade with an Evening of Jazz

“Songs of Freedom” pays tribute to Abbey Lincoln, Joni Mitchell and Nina Simone.

08/21/2017 By Chris Becker

Fall Arts Guide

Mayerling Makes Its American Debut at the Houston Ballet

This sprawling epic of dynastic intrigue has everything—doom, despair, incest, mistresses and murder.

08/21/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Fall Arts Guide

Oscar De La Renta’s Designs, On Display at the MFAH

Houstonians will get to see the beloved couturier's breathtaking day- and eveningwear ensembles in person.

08/21/2017 By Chris Becker

Theater

The Most-Watched Tennis Match Ever Happened in Houston

Stages Repertory Theatre reimagines the Battle of the Sexes, shot by shot.

08/21/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Food on a Stick!

Which Houston Fall Festival Is Right for You?

The highs and lows of Greek Fest, Texas Contemporary and more.

08/21/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

The New Colossus

For a Cross Section of Humanity, Mix Pablo Neruda and Classical Indian Dance

Silambam Houston Dance Company will perform to a cross-cultural program of poetry at MATCH.

08/18/2017 By Catalina Campos

#OverIt

We Are All Solange Deleting Her Twitter Account

If the news is getting you down lately, Solange feels your pain.

08/18/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Opera Time

Ditch the Pearls, Grab the Kids and Head to the Opera

Opera in the Heights will preview its 2017-2018 season with a family-friendly kickoff party Saturday morning.

08/17/2017 By Holly Beretto

Gallery

Take a Look at Private Eye—If You Can Find It

A new gallery off the beaten path hosted a debut exhibition with colorful, authentic work.

08/17/2017 By Catalina Campos

Bulls on Parade

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, August 18-20

The Texans are back, the Houston food fest, and a new idea for date night.

08/17/2017 By Julia Gsell

Add to Cal

5 Fashionable August Events to Kick Off the Fall Style Season

Whether it's talking trends or supporting fashion-focused charities, you don't have to wait for Labor Day to get into the pre-fall style scene.

08/17/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Hello/Goodbye

4th Wall Theatre Company To Close Its Doors Following Abbreviated Season

After seven years, the Houston theater will shutter due to financial concerns.

08/16/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Museum-Worthy Dresses

UPDATED: MFAH Goes Glam with Oscar de la Renta Exhibit this Fall

Ninety looks from the designer's storied six-decade career will be on display.

08/16/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Allllll the Colors

Those Aren't Party Streamers at Discovery Green 

First off: They're made of tablecloth, shower curtains and painters drop cloths.

08/16/2017 By Julia Gsell

Rising Stars

Who is the New TUTS Artistic Director?

Broadway veteran Dan Knechtges takes the helm at Theatre Under the Stars.

08/15/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Black and White

See Houston's Early Black and White Artists Exhibit in One Room for the First Time

The Houston Public Library revives forgotten art from the 1930s in their newest exhibition.

08/15/2017 By Julia Gsell