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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 ...

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 ...

The CultureMap Review

Bollywood-inspired La Bayadère expands the myths of ballet

By Joseph Campana

I was worried about Houston Ballet’s world premiere of Stanton Welch’s La Bayadère. Advance press included invocations of Bollywood, unfortunate local commercials with sitar musi ...

The Arthropologist

Backstage at La Bayadere: Sparkly costumes and faraway vibes

By Nancy Wozny

There's nothing quite like a behemoth ballet to lift me out of my February funk. I call it the other Vitamin B. I am expecting the glittery wattage of Houston Ballet's shiny new La Bay ...

Houston Ballet's La Bayadere

Wortham Theater Center

La Bayadère, or "The Temple Dancer," is set in Royal India. Choreographed by Houston Ballet artistic director Stanton Welch with costumes and scenery by British designer Peter

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