Schedule Shift

Broadway at the Hobby Center Postpones New Season Until 2021

The new season now begins in January 2021 with "Tootsie."

07/01/2020 By Emma Schkloven

The Show Must Go On(line)

Mildred's Umbrella's FemFest Houston Goes Virtual

When the pandemic made holding its planned staged readings impossible in-person, Mildred's Umbrella produced its entire festival through Zoom.

06/02/2020 By Chameli Belk-Gupta

Just a click away

Discover the World of Houston Arts with These Digital Programs

The Bayou City's arts institutions have headed online to keep you culturally astute during the pandemic.

05/11/2020 By Ian Everett

COVIDia Dell'arte

Houston Theater Community Sews Masks to Save Lives

“Thank God we’re all fabric hoarders.”

04/17/2020 By Alissa Smith

Art never stops

How to Get Your Art Fix Without Leaving Your Home

It's a big, wide virtual world out there.

03/17/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Tony Winners Galore

Broadway at the Hobby Center’s 2020-2021 season includes Hadestown

There's also a couple classics (both traditional and modern), comedies, and some blue stuff.

03/03/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Laugh Your Problems Away

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb 21-23

This weekend brings guitar masters, addicting dramas and Italian designs.

02/21/2020 By Emma Schkloven

So. Many. Beads.

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb 14-16

Because nothing says romance quite like a meal that used to chirp.

02/13/2020 By Emma Schkloven

On the Town

What to Do and See This Month, from Goya to Celine Dion

Plus Whiskey Myers and Ann Curry.

01/30/2020 Edited by Chris Gray

Sponsored Content

ONCE comes to Galveston’s Grand 1894 Opera House This Weekend

Winner of eight 2012 Tony Awards, ONCE tells the story of going for your dreams, not living in fear, and the power of music to connect us all.

11/12/2019

Perfect Party

November's Perfect Party: Ladies' Night Edition

This month is all about female empowerment.

10/28/2019 By Catherine Matusow

Clutch City

Check Out This Houston Designer's Show-Stopping Accessories

Scenery Bags upcycles theater waste into clutches, totes, and even jewelry.

10/28/2019 By Abby Ledoux

Dinner and a Show

Elijah Rising and A.D. Players Share Trafficking Victims' Stories in 'Survivor Monologues'

The theatrical event raised over $225,000 for the anti-sex-trafficking nonprofit.

10/18/2019 By Abby Ledoux

Welcome to America

The Alley’s Vietgone Will Stay With You For a Long Time

It's a subversive immigrant tale that challenges lazy assumptions and narratives.

10/10/2019 By Doni Wilson

The Guilty Ones

Spring Awakening Says: Listen to Teenagers

The TUTS production hopes to push back against the millennial- and Gen Z-hating tendencies so prevalent today.

10/03/2019 By Cameron Wallace

Art-ivism

This One-Woman Show Doesn't Look Away from Life's Hardships

Every Brilliant Thing explores ideas of mental health, depression, and how we cope—and sometimes don’t—with triumphs and tragedies.

09/24/2019 By Holly Beretto

Review

The Winter's Tale Gets A Twangy Texas Update

The Alley puts a delightful local twist on a lesser-known Shakespeare play.

09/20/2019 By Doni Wilson

Review

There is Heart to Be Found Amid The Hard Problem

Main Street Theater succeeds in harnessing humanity from the cerebral Tom Stoppard creation.

09/17/2019 By Doni Wilson

[Exit, Pursued by Bear]

There Are No Victims in The Winter's Tale

The Alley production features powerful women, bears, and the King Ranch.

09/13/2019 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

Preview

Exploring the Light Behind the Darkness

A.D. Players premieres The Hiding Place, the story of a Dutch Christian family who worked to hide Jews from the Nazi regime.

09/11/2019 By Holly Beretto