Theatre Southwest’s rendition of the Pulitzer Prize–winning play stages the wages of grief.
Hot Buttered Chum
Just because you can do something doesn't mean you should.
Nicholas L. Hall
A lighthearted rendition of Shakespeare's battle of the sexes from Houston Ballet
The El atones for its past self—but will it be enough?
The final show in Alton Brown's Edible Inevitable tour brought down the house (and thankfully didn't burn it down).
On the Table
And it just may be the finest ramen shop in all of Houstonia.
From Thanksgiving to Easter, Arbor Day to Earth Day, nothing is sacred in Cooper's latest musical revue.
The married couple's sold-out Minute Maid Park concert didn't disappoint.
Dispatches from the Department of Failed Psychics
It's not a cheesy headline if it's true. And it is.
An imagined conversation between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis focuses more on metaphysics than personality.
New Houston Grand Opera production of 1968 Holocaust opera stuns with its power and passion.
David Ives’s celebrated, Tony award-winning comedy brings sadomasochism to the Alley.
The cuisine of yesteryear has a champion in Frank's Americana Revival.