On the Town
At the Hobby Center, a revered singer-songwriter’s early years take center stage.
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder represents one unique way on climbing the social ladder and falling in love.
Expect all the cruel and cynical black comedy from the original 1980s film.
The Hobby Center's production spotlights a valuable lesson for everyday life.
Early music group Ars Lyrica Houston celebrates Easter with Handel's "Messiah."
TUTS' production of the practically perfect nanny and her magical antics soars.
Woody Allen's Tony- and Oscar-winning celebrated musical comedy brings gangsters and glitz to Hobby Center.
New Year's Eve
Matthew Dirst's Ars Lyrica rings in 2016 in a very classy way.
Missy Mazzoli's Song from the Uproar was inspired by the life of fin-de-siècle Swiss explorer Isabelle Eberhardt.
Musical theater rarely seems this real or this heartfelt.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
The Book of Mormon may be protected speech, but it's still pretty offensive.
Where to go, who to see, and what to do
The War Horse puppet captain explains the secret of bringing an equine to life on stage.
Acclaimed Houston wind quintet makes a name for itself by playing without sheet music and experimenting with performance styles.
'70s pop icon Helen Reddy discusses "I Am Woman," practicing hypnotherapy, and returning to the stage after a prolonged absence.
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