Austin | Dallas | Houston
Sort By:   Most Recent  |  Most Relevant
Search within
Search Type:

11 Results. Showing to
Page 1 of 2
Refine By:   Events (0)   Lists (0)   News (11)   Places (0)

Care to dance?

Ghosts, folk tunes & fallen heroes: Houston Ballet's exciting new season keeps dancers on their toes

By Joel Luks

Romance, dramatic deaths, sex, power, money, politics — one would think that we were talking about an irresistible novela. But we aren't. These are characteristics of some of the work ...


Naughty Surprises

Murder, orphans and cheating wives: TUTS musical season is filled with naughty surprises

By Joel Luks

Musicals never before seen in Houston dot Theatre Under the Stars' 2015-16 lineup. The local presenter's 48th season, which was announced on Saturday, is filled with romance, laughter, ...


Talk Opera to Me

Arts scoop: Houston Grand Opera's new season is packed with sexy world premieres

By Joel Luks

A melange of old and new, tradition and innovation, and favorites and unknowns are what opera buffs can expect for the Houston Grand Opera's 2015-16 lineup, which the organization just rev ...


Houston Chamber Choir

A Grammy winner, a funny sackbut and Baltic love: This new music lineup stands out — with many firsts

By Joel Luks

As the Houston Chamber Choir sings into its 19th season, the troupe of talented choristers, led by the towering force that's artistic director Robert Simpson, have unveiled a 2014-15 lineup tha ...


SPA's New Season

10 don't miss shows headed to Houston: From foodie TV on stage to Ira Glass to Hot Box Girls

By Joel Luks

It's easy to feel overwhelmed when planning what to do, who to see and where to be when it comes to performing arts in Houston. With presenters such as Society for the Performing Arts, which ye ...


Mark your calendars

No boring chamber music: Da Camera's new season gets daring, hailing inventors and explorers

By Joel Luks

The inner workings of Sarah Rothenberg's gray matter have been busy bees once again curating yet another season of concerts that extend beyond traditional performances. The Da Camera of Ho ...


Mark your calendars

Sexy new Houston Symphony conductor to lead a season with twist, surprises: Chasing music electricity

By Joel Luks

From the moment when Andrés Orozco-Estrada stepped onto the podium to lead his first concert with the Houston Symphony, the musicians knew they had found their guy. There was chemistry. Ther ...


How can I resist you?

Dirty dancing and crazy Mormons: Major Broadway hits are heading to Houston

By Joel Luks

Open up your calendars, folks. The Gexa Energy Broadway at the Hobby Center has revealed the lineup for its new season, which features two more shows than last year. "Each season we strive ...


Frederica Von Stade is back

Putting a ring on it: Houston Grand Opera reveals its new season and there's extra drama

By Joel Luks

In this world you're either growing or you're dying — so get in motion and grow. Words to live by from Lou Holtz, a famous American football coach, author and motivational speake ...


Where People and Music Meet

Da Camera celebrates 25th season with John Cage, Cassandra Wilson & Shostakovich cycle

By Joel Luks

On tap for Da Camera of Houston's 2012-13 season: Cassandra Wilson, three world premieres, the beginning of the Shostakovich string quartet cycle, a self-produced multimedia show, gospel, an ho ...


11 Results. Showing to
Page 1 of 2
Refine By:   Events (0)   Lists (0)   News (11)   Places (0)
Get Our Emails

Daily Digest

The Dining Report

Promo Alerts

We will not share or sell your email address