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Ballet's young professionals discover hidden courtyard at soon-to-open Midtown hotspot

By Shelby Hodge

What: Houston Ballet's young professional group Ballet Barre restaurant preview party. Where: Fluff Bake Bar at Post Midtown Square. The 411: It was a night of firsts for Houston Ballet ...

U.S. Premiere

Despite stellar dancing and lavish sets, Houston Ballet's Aladdin doesn't really fly

By Theodore Bale

The orchestra members played with gusto. The dancers gave their all. And the complicated production, with its flying carpets, Chinese dragons, and smoke-filled genie lamps, went off without a hitch ...

At the Ballet Barre

A lewd ballet: Young professionals embrace the attitude in a rare behind-the-scenes look

By Joel Luks

Everyday gestures of brushing teeth, applying makeup and eating breakfast, combined with lewd signs such as giving the middle finger and mouthing aggressive indecencies, makes Houston Ballet a ...

Bubbly sur la pointe

Young professionals raise a glass to Houston Ballet finale — and to never growing up

By Joel Luks

You could say that young professionals are old enough to know truth from childhood fantasy, although there's no harm in suspending notions of reality to relish in a desire to stay forever young ...

The Review is In

Real magic: Houston Ballet and Trey McIntyre put the wonder back into Peter Pan

By Joseph Campana

Fuzzy bunnies, padded booster seats, a stack of copies of Angelina Ballerina and a pirate hat: It's another night at Houston Ballet. But not just any night. The ballet was abuzz for th ...

In Photos

New row houses reimagine Heights real estate: Showpieces are cutting edge — and not cheap

By Whitney Radley

What does it mean to reinvent the American row house? Just ask Matt and Tina Ford, the founders and lead designers of Houston-based Shade House Development, who collaborated with investor/developer ...

The Review Is In

A true star even in her swan song: Amy Fote goes out on top in uneven, taxing Ballet Jubilee

By Theodore Bale

Like the clock that strikes midnight in The Nutcracker, Houston Ballet’s annual Jubilee of Dance marks the minutes as much as it marks important life passages. The one-night-only performa ...

Food for Thought

What fuels Houston Ballet dancers during The Nutcracker? You might be surprised

By Marene Gustin

Houstonians love the holiday tradition of Houston Ballet's The Nutcracker. More than one million folks have seen the holiday classic, choreographed by former artistic director Ben Stevenso ...

The Arthropologist

Does anyone stay in Houston for the summer? Performers plan "dancecations" in faraway places

By Nancy Wozny

Bring on the dancecations. Houston dance folk are on the move, taking off to parts East, West, to the mountains and across oceans. Getting out of town is not just a break from Houston's swe ...

Best Left To History

It's time to demand more of the Houston Ballet than Stevenson's tired, limp Romeo and Juliet

By Theodore Bale

Houston Ballet opened the final production of its 2011-12 season Thursday night with what company press releases called a “lavish production” of Ben Stevenson’s Romeo and Juliet. ...

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