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Long and strong

Tristan and Isolde is crowning achievement of Houston Grand Opera season, but it's likely to drive you mad

By Theodore Bale

Never underestimate the power of an opera. When it came to his own Tristan and Isolde, composer Richard Wagner felt only mediocre performances could save him, “for good ones would surely driv ...


The Review Is In

Power & mercy: Houston Grand Opera's Don Carlos is an epic that hits on a personal level

By Theodore Bale

Such a grand web of emotion, history, and musical thinking is contained in Verdi’s epic Don Carlos that the experience of it is psychologically complicated. I’m extremely grateful to Ho ...


The Arthropologist

Pina, The Tiger Lillies & Marc Bamuthi Joseph push the boundaries to examine the mystery of performance

By Nancy Wozny

Exhausted and covered in dirt, the women of Tanztheater Wuppertal quiver in a huddle during the opening passages of Pina Bausch's The Rite of Spring. One of them will be chosen to be sacri ...


The Arthropolgist

Dance fever: Cinema Arts Festival plans showing of Wim Wenders' 3D movie about Pina Bausch

By Nancy Wozny

Walking down a dark street on a balmy Austin October night, a truck driver stopped to ask me if he knew where he was supposed to pick up some redwood trees. Normally, I would think that was an odd ...


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