Arts Features

  • "Mel Chin: Rematch" For the next few months, Houston-born and raised Mel Chin will be taking up practically the whole art atmosphere of the city... More >>

  • The Blackest Shore Catastrophic Theatre brings the work of New York-based up-and-coming playwright Mark Schulz to us twice this season. Closing... More >>

  • The Blackest Shore Catastrophic Theatre brings the work of New York-based up-and-coming playwright Mark Schulz to us twice this season. Closing... More >>

  • "Mel Chin: Rematch" For the next few months, Houston-born and raised Mel Chin will be taking up practically the whole art atmosphere of the city... More >>

  • "Field of Light" The stars have fallen on Discovery Green courtesy of British artist Bruce Munro and his "Field of Light" installation of... More >>

  • Character Man Jim Brochu's one-man musical tribute to those unsung supporting players of Broadway's golden age radiates such a warm autumnal... More >>

  • "The Art of Celebration" Bright, happy colors, complex themes and a strong use of red are all evident in the exhibit "The Art of Celebration" at... More >>

  • La Clemenza di Tito Mozart's penultimate opera is music fit for a king, certainly appropriate since it was commissioned to celebrate the Holy... More >>

  • "Drawings and Sculpture" Cryptic languages, hidden doors, secret passageways and escape hatches: Expect to find this and more in Stephen Daly's... More >>

  • Madame Butterfly The girl in the chrysanthemum kimono never stays too far away too long. Depicted through Puccini's most rhapsodic melodies that... More >>

  • Dear Mexican: Why is rock en español so mellow? You'd think that with so much injustice, Mexican rock bands would sound angrier. El... More >>

  • Frost/Nixon There's an emotion rushing through Company OnStage's bumpy production of Peter Morgan's quasi-historical Frost/Nixon that is, if not... More >>

  • "Conversations from the Satellites" There is an argument that the qualities attributed to schizophrenia — among them the inability to... More >>

  • Dear Mexican, I have a hard time believing that the immigrants we see at Home Depot are the best Mexico has to offer. Why can't we entice more... More >>

  • My Name Is Asher Lev In his 1972 semiautobiographical novel, My Name Is Asher Lev, American author, artist and rabbi Chaim Potok tells the tale... More >>

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