From the avant-garde to agreed-upon classics, these are the cultural events of the season.
Chris Gray and Morgan Kinney
Fall Arts Guide 2018
The Bayou City's most musician-friendly venue is gone now, but we're still looking forward to these local bands and national tours this fall.
Plus the operas and dance performances we're psyched to see this fall.
Houston Grand Opera announced its 2018–2019 season and confirmed a return to its artistic home.
The facility won't be ready 'til September 2018, meaning HGO will stay put while Houston Ballet will continue a "Hometown Tour."
With the Wortham mothballed through mid-2018, HGO is moving forward with an interesting Plan B.
hou gotta be kidding
The Wortham Center will be closed through May 15, 2018 "in a best case scenario."
The aftermath of Harvey addled the Houston Grand Opera, but it will not stop already-in-progress Song of Houston plans.
Fall Arts Guide
“Songs of Freedom” pays tribute to Abbey Lincoln, Joni Mitchell and Nina Simone.
Our perfect party would still not include Rick Perry or Rex Tillerson.
This popular (and free!) open house spotlights Houston's robust theaters and arts organizations.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
The third opera in Wagner's famed narrative focuses on the story of Siegfried.
The long-serving congressman still bears the scars from Selma and Birmingham.
Against the backdrop of civil war, a 40-year-old cultural institution celebrates its country's folk traditions.
The 80-year-old saxophonist, who played with Miles Davis and Art Blakey and was a co-founder of Weather Report, brings his quartet to Houston tonight.
Where to go, who to see, and what to do