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

By Joel Luks

Among my recommendations for this weekend are a here now, gone tomorrow restaurant, a feel good 1980s musical, the start of a classical music feast, the opening of a glowing art exhibit, a wal ...


The Arthropologist

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 ...


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Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — with Rodeo fun & water training

By Joel Luks

As the month of love nears its conclusion and the weather warms slightly, it's time to usher in one of the city's most wonderful traditions. Giddy up cowboys and cowgirls, it's rodeo se ...


The Arthropologist

The new theater hub: Studio 101 becomes the place to see drama — what a difference a roof makes

By Nancy Wozny

Studio 101 sounds like a 1970s disco. It's not, it's the Spring Street home of three of Houston's leading small theater troupes, Classical Theatre Company (CTC), Mildred& ...


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Your weekly guide to Houston: Cinderella as a modern woman, J.J. Watt as a cowboy & bees as friends

By Joel Luks

There was no doubt that Majestic Metro's first public screening would sell out. When the Houston Downtown Management District partnered with the Alamo Drafthouse to pair Valentine's Day wit ...


The Arthropologist

Blood, sweat & sacrifice: In the world of dance, practice really does make perfect

By Nancy Wozny

"Why do dancers have to take class every day? Don't they have it down by now?" a man asked me after a lecture. It was an honest and somewhat naive question, pointing to how little ...


"Bar Nancy" won't work

Name that Theater: New company needs your help with a moniker

By Nancy Wozny

So you missed out on naming that bar a few weeks back. I know I did, "Bar Nancy" just didn't make the cut. Now all of us have a chance to name one of Houston's newest theater ...


The Year in Culture

Expect theater's Flu Season wonder to last: Houston full of new art venues

By Nancy Wozny

In 2010, there was a lot to like in Houston's theater scene, which showed growth at all levels. Among my favorites: Mildred's Umbrella's production of Will Eno's& ...


It's called acting for a reason

Reacting to bashing Newsweek article, Houston's gay actors keep a straight face

By Steven Thomson

Ramin Setoodeh's incendiary Newsweek article, "Straight Jacket," in which the author purports that gay actors are incapable of portraying straight characters (most recently, the actor ...


The Arthropologist

The great New York arts migration: Who needs that soul-sucking Apple?

By Nancy Wozny

I was thrilled to run into Erin Reck at the JCC's Dance Month Party. Reck, a Houston native, had been in and out of town — mostly out, for a decade or so. She's one of those body-smar ...


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