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The thrill of bad behavior: HGO's Don Giovanni goes to the dark side but is not wicked enough

By Joseph Campana

Sometimes you're so wicked you get dragged down to hell. Sometimes you're so wicked, you don't even care. Central to Mozart's Don Giovanni is the vicarious thrill of bad behavio ...

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Houston Grand Opera's Show Boat is a rudderless ship: Uninspired, unintelligible & strangely viewless

By Theodore Bale

It might sound strange, but I’ve always thought of Houston Grand Opera and Broadway in the same light. The first time I saw the company was on Broadway, in the celebrated 1975 production of S ...

Ambitious production

Sweet songs and difficult conversation: HGO's Show Boat raises powerful racial themes

By Joseph Campana

Sometimes you just can't help loving something. Certainly, that's true of Jerome Kern's Show Boat, which audiences have loved since its debut in 1927. With its book and lyrics by Os ...

Coming Attraction

Verdi's Requiem: Soothing music for turbulent times

By Leslie Loddeke

  During turbulent times like these, many people try to forget their worries by going to a scary movie that bludgeons the eyes and blasts the ears with depictions of barbaric behavior and ...

Houston Symphony presents Verdi's Requiem

Jones Hall

Giuseppe Verdi’s Messa da Requiem, completed in 1874, juxtaposes extreme drama and strong movements with gentle passages. Described by the London Telegraph as "a conductor of rare convic

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