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Calendar Closeup

Your weekly guide to Houston: Stay cool with these five (plus) don't-miss indoor events

By Joel Luks

There's no question that we are starting to feel Houston's impending humid hell that's the next handful of months. While our bodies acclimate and you stock up on deodorant and Gold Bond ...


The Review is In

Real magic: Houston Ballet and Trey McIntyre put the wonder back into Peter Pan

By Joseph Campana

Fuzzy bunnies, padded booster seats, a stack of copies of Angelina Ballerina and a pirate hat: It's another night at Houston Ballet. But not just any night. The ballet was abuzz for th ...


The Review Is In

A ballet to silence the doubters: Houston Ballet's Journey is beyond masterful — and funny

By Theodore Bale

This journey might have only three stops — Russia, Czechoslovakia, and America — but it’s still one of the most thrilling trips imaginable. Houston Ballet’s current rep prog ...


Food for Thought

What fuels Houston Ballet dancers during The Nutcracker? You might be surprised

By Marene Gustin

Houstonians love the holiday tradition of Houston Ballet's The Nutcracker. More than one million folks have seen the holiday classic, choreographed by former artistic director Ben Stevenso ...


The conversation continues

A kaleidoscope of ideas, part two: How do the arts inspire you? Art leaders answer and the mayor chimes in

By Joel Luks

When we asked art movers and shakers to share their philosophies about how creativity incites thought, the responses kept on pouring in. So we are at it again. ...


The Arthropologist

Does anyone stay in Houston for the summer? Performers plan "dancecations" in faraway places

By Nancy Wozny

Bring on the dancecations. Houston dance folk are on the move, taking off to parts East, West, to the mountains and across oceans. Getting out of town is not just a break from Houston's swe ...


Best Left To History

It's time to demand more of the Houston Ballet than Stevenson's tired, limp Romeo and Juliet

By Theodore Bale

Houston Ballet opened the final production of its 2011-12 season Thursday night with what company press releases called a “lavish production” of Ben Stevenson’s Romeo and Juliet. ...


Pick Five Calendar Close-up

Your weekly guide to Houston: Whorehouse party, the Beach Boys reunite and wine & food & veggie fests

By Joel Luks

When the quintessentially Southern seersucker stylings sunbathe social gatherings, there's no question that summer spirit is here — despite what the calendar says. Darling hats and classi ...


Three ballets & one world premiere

Plenty of reasons to celebrate Houston Ballet's "Made in America"

By Joseph Campana

Twenty-five years, one mayor, three ballets, one world premiere, four chandeliers, one swinging stage light, and a lot of cupcakes. Or, another night at the ballet. At least it was another nigh ...


Fight Night

Houston Ballet corps steals the show in brutal yet charming The Taming of the Shrew

By Joseph Campana

Do all men love their women just a little beaten down? It sounds shocking when bluntly stated. But whether it’s Kiss Me Kate or Ten Things I Hate About You, audiences keep coming back to ...


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