Dream Team

Galleries Can Be Intimidating. Artists Austin Eddy and Benjamin Edmiston Suggest That Can Change

A new David Shelton Gallery exhibition features smart, public-facing work from a collaborative duo.

06/16/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

All the Pretty Tiles

Repeater Makes an Instagrammable Arrival at the Moody. But Why is it Here?

The site-specific sculpture, while lovely, is hardly defined by its site.

06/05/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

Windmills!

Review: Ars Lyrica Lends a Musical Tilt to Don Quixote in Season Finale

A sprawling program of period music showcases Cervantes' most enduring work.

05/23/2017 By Doni Wilson

Music Review

Quiet Company's New EP is Brimming with Expressive Ballads

Taylor Muse's distinctive vocals lead the charge in the Austin group's latest EP It’s Not Attractive and It Changes Nothing.

04/05/2017 By Bryce Dodds

Review

Don't Miss the Devilish Charms of Houston Grand Opera's Faust

The devil's in the details with this classic performance.

10/31/2016 By Sydney Boyd

Review

TUTS Triumphs with How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

This mid-century musical continues to be an all-American classic.

10/28/2016 By Doni Wilson

Review

Dutch Play De Kus Premieres in Houston

The two-person drama makes its U.S. debut at Stages Repertory Theatre.

10/20/2016 With Doni Wilson

Review

The Alley Theatre Reimagines A Midsummer Night's Dream

Four centuries later, this enchanting comedy continues to delight audiences.

10/17/2016 With Doni Wilson

Review

Madame Butterfly Soars on Stage at the Houston Ballet

Stanton Welch’s rendition of the classic ballet continues to enchant.

09/26/2016 By Jeanne Lyons Davis

Theater Review

Mary Poppins Flies Into Hobby Center

TUTS' production of the practically perfect nanny and her magical antics soars.

03/14/2016 By Doni Wilson

Theater Review

Down the Rabbit Hole

Theatre Southwest’s rendition of the Pulitzer Prize–winning play stages the wages of grief.

02/23/2016 By Doni Wilson

Hot Buttered Chum

Booze Brews Turn Your Keurig Brewer Into a Single-Serve Speakeasy

Just because you can do something doesn't mean you should.

09/21/2015 By Nicholas L. Hall

Performance Review

The Taming of the Shrew: Summer Love on Revue

A lighthearted rendition of Shakespeare's battle of the sexes from Houston Ballet

06/16/2015 By Nick Esquer

Restaurant Review

Believing in Reincarnation (or Trying to) at the Re-Opened El Cantina Superior

The El atones for its past self—but will it be enough?

05/31/2015 By Scott Vogel

In Person

Farting Sock Puppets and Mega Bake Ovens: Alton Brown Live

The final show in Alton Brown's Edible Inevitable tour brought down the house (and thankfully didn't burn it down).

04/05/2015 By Katharine Shilcutt

On the Table

Review: Jinya Ramen Makes Landfall in Webster

And it just may be the finest ramen shop in all of Houstonia.

01/04/2015 Photography by Kate LeSueur

theater

Review: A Very Tamarie Christmas Skewers the Holidays

From Thanksgiving to Easter, Arbor Day to Earth Day, nothing is sacred in Cooper's latest musical revue.

08/07/2014 By Adam Castañeda

Concert

Review: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Knock It Out of the Park

The married couple's sold-out Minute Maid Park concert didn't disappoint.

07/21/2014 By Michael Hardy

Bummer

Osteria Mazzantini Closing Just In Time for Our Rave Review

Dispatches from the Department of Failed Psychics

07/02/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt