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The halfway point: Houston performing artists experience the joys of mid-career careers

By Nancy Wozny

When Houston Ballet first soloist Kelly Myernick dons her harem pants and takes the stage as Gamzatti, the mysterious murderess of La Bayadere through March 3, she will complete ...


Calendar Closeup

Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events

By Joel Luks

One week before Thanksgiving, so lets take this opportunity to give thanks, to gather with great people, to do good and to have fun while doing so. On tap this week are ever-flowing beer events, ar ...


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Blinded by the light: Remembering how Jeremy Choate created magic on H-Town dance stages

By Nancy Wozny

The arts community lost a dear friend. I lost a friend and a colleague. By now, you know that Jeremy Choate died due to injuries sustained during a motorcycle accident last weekend. Choate was one ...


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Dancing at the Waterwall: Houston's great outdoors sets the stage for unique dance festival

By Nancy Wozny

A grove of oaks, an open green field, the face of skyscraper and a wall of thundering falling water make for one unforgettable stage for dance this weekend. Stephan Koplowitz premieres&nbs ...


Delving into Dance

The year in contemporary dance: Festival imports and original works cement the city's place on the scene

By Theodore Bale

This year, a profusion of new choreography in Houston confirmed that our contemporary dance scene is hardly provincial. In 2011, the city held its rightful place within an ever-changing global cont ...


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The art of collaboration: Choreographer, composer & violinist work to make The Secondary Colors special

By Nancy Wozny

Collaboration might be the most overused word in the creative nomenclature. What does it really mean? How do we know if we are really doing it?  To examine the anatomy of the collaborative ...


Let's dance

Space City becomes Dance City: Houston Dance Festival aims to keep Bayou City on its toes

By Nancy Wozny

For many of us dancer lovers, it's not  really summer without a festival. American Dance Festival (ADF) at Duke University has just wrapped up their final year with Charles Reinh ...


Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts presents The Secondary Colors

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

The Secondary Colors is an original collaborative contemporary dance and music work presented by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for Arts at the University of Houston and Karen Stokes Dance, feat


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Dream on: My fantasy arts season includes James Franco, female choreographers & velvet martini lounges

By Nancy Wozny

It's summer, I'm on vacation and frankly, I just don't have time to visit all your websites or open all those attachments to see what you are actually doing next season. Plus, I ha ...


Art and About

It's a Texas dance thing: Improvisational choreography takes off at UH

By Nancy Wozny

When my Culture Bro Joel Luks asked me what I wanted to tackle next on Art & About, I said, "Improvisational choreography." When it comes to dance, too often people think im ...


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