Because it gon' rain, and we all need inside things to do.
Three years and several cities later, the hip-hop musical feels as vital and energetic as ever.
An annual celebration turned into a moving tribute to one of the cause's most adamant supporters.
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.
Cosplay, comedy, and cocktail parties.
Carmen Abrego and her son weren't about to miss their shot.
The aggressively pleasant TUTS musical delivers wonderful stagecraft and performances atop a mediocre musical foundation.
rock 'n' roll
If you see TUTS' production of rock 'n' roll musical Memphis, do it for the singer's outstanding performance.
The 50th anniversary season features six heavyweight musicals.
Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight is an exciting holiday panto, but it's both too long and filled with flat punchlines.
The wind quintet teams up with singers and dancers for a non-traditional holiday program.
“Artful Women” brings a celebration of women’s roles in 17th- and 18th-century music.
Go with the Flow
Aperio, Music of the Americas debuts a new arrangement of the Philip Glass masterpiece.
The Theater District sustained damage, while smaller, outlying companies were luckier.
Summer is here
Featuring a North vs. South baseball matchup, The Lion King and, most of all, beer.
Arman Badrei, Spencer Vogel, and Kara Fields
It's Shakespeare's turn to be satirized. Enter Something Rotten!
Jeanne Lyons Davis
A sprawling program of period music showcases Cervantes' most enduring work.
The national tour stops at Houston's Hobby Center for a gay old time.
Or, how to cry like James Comey