Criminal Injustice

Review: 4th Wall Opens with Jesus and Justice

Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train tells a can't-miss American tale.

09/11/2018 By Doni Wilson

Pretty Woman

Review: Violet Hits the High Notes at Queensbury Theatre

How well does a hard-edged short story translate as a stage musical? The results are mixed.

09/10/2018 By Doni Wilson

King

Return of the Trill Reminds Us to Never Doubt Bun B

Underground or not, with his brother at his side or on his own, he’s a king, and no one is knocking him off the throne.

09/04/2018 By Cory Garcia

Sisters

Review: You Can Sure Get Lost on The Moors

The season opener from Mildred's Umbrella is at turns absurdly wonderful and flat-out absurd.

08/31/2018 By Doni Wilson

whodunit

Review: Houston Catches a Summer Chill at the Alley's The Mousetrap

An Agatha Christie classic loses none of its luster in this winning ensemble production.

08/16/2018 By Doni Wilson

HOUSTONFORNICATION

Travis Scott's Astroworld Does Houston Justice

We love the rapper's new album almost as much as we miss the theme park.

08/07/2018 By Cory Garcia

PSA

This New Body Cream Is Like a Real-Life Instagram Filter

Slather this on for fresh, glowing skin.

08/06/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Beachy Goodness

Listen to 18 Summers, Rome Hero Foxes' Buzz-Worthy New Release

The refined sophomore album could propel the Houston band to national attention.

07/31/2018 By Cory Garcia

Penty Beauty

Houston Really, Really Liked the Pentatonix Concert (and So Did We)

Sunday night at the Pavilion was aca-awesome.

07/30/2018 By Catherine Wendlandt

Murder?

Review: A Convoluted Holmes and Watson Serves Up a Mystery at the Alley Theatre

Break out your magnifying glass if you plan on following the twists and turns of this play.

06/28/2018 By Doni Wilson

Wings

Review: Swan Lake Soars into Jones Hall

Houston Ballet's season closer channels the Tchaikovsky classic to dazzle and delight.

06/25/2018 By Doni Wilson

song and dance

Review: Talent Triumphs Over Type in TUTS' Guys & Dolls

Sure, there's some added Latinx flair, but let's talk about the dancing!

06/15/2018 By Doni Wilson

She's Still the One

With Houston Show, Shania Twain Reminds Us She's a Goddess and Just as Good as Ever

Despite some bizarre intervals, the June 9 Toyota Center concert proved no one does country-pop better than Shania.

06/11/2018 By Abby Ledoux

The Birth of a Butterfly

Review: Cruzar la Cara de la Luna Returns to HGO with its Charm Intact

The 75-minute mariachi opera remains as poignant and prescient as ever.

05/18/2018 By Sydney Boyd

All smiles

Review: Bright Star Offers a Dim Ray of Musical Sunshine

The aggressively pleasant TUTS musical delivers wonderful stagecraft and performances atop a mediocre musical foundation.

03/16/2018 By Holly Beretto

Shove it up your....

Review: A One-Man Show Illustrates the Many Sides of Louis Armstrong

Satchmo at the Waldorf deconstructs the legacy of the famous jazz musician to suggest a more complicated story.

03/05/2018 By Morgan Kinney

rock 'n' roll

Review: We Frickin' Love Simone Gundy

If you see TUTS' production of rock 'n' roll musical Memphis, do it for the singer's outstanding performance.

02/23/2018 By Doni Wilson

Sweet Spot

After Years of Fumbling, HGO May Have Landed A Holiday Winner

The world premiere of The House Without a Christmas Tree is not complicated, which may be its greatest strength.

12/01/2017 By Sydney Boyd

Drugstore Discounts

Makeup Review: C.Y.O. Brings Budget-Friendly Prices, Better-Than-Expected Results

The new Walgreens line boasts 160 products all priced under $12.

10/20/2017 By Beth Levine

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