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  • "AT the Core of the Algorithm" Upon entering Hiram Butler Gallery to see Michael Petry's "AT the Core of the Algorithm" installation, one might... More >>

  • The Cherry Orchard Recently Houston's theater scene has been blessed with some very fine Chekhov knockoffs: last season's superlative rendition... More >>

  • Capsule reviews by Joelle Jameson, Randy Tibbits and Susie Tommaney "Barnett Newman: The Late Works" "Barnett Newman: The Late Works," which... More >>

  • Shadowlands Not since Barbara Stanwyck, as self-sacrificing mother Stella Dallas (1937), who peered into that upper-crust window to see her... More >>

  • "The Nature of Forms," "Intentionally Dirty" The current dual exhibitions at Nicole Longnecker Gallery — photographer Frank Sherwood... More >>

  • Shadowlands Not since Barbara Stanwyck, as self-sacrificing mother Stella Dallas (1937), who peered into that upper-crust window to see her... More >>

  • "Paintings" In his new "Paintings" exhibit at Hiram Butler Gallery, acrylic artist Brooke Stroud calls upon both the known and the unknown,... More >>

  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat If you're feeling a bit sleepy when Joseph begins, don't worry, the show will slap you awake fast.... 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 >>

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream Written circa 1595, probably immediately after Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night's Dream is Shakespeare at his most... 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 >>

  • The Skin of Our Teeth How much poorer would the American theater be without the riches of Thornton Wilder? A world without Our Town or The... More >>

  • The Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden There is a hidden treasure tucked away next to a parking lot, a remarkable collection of majestic... More >>

  • The Blackest Shore Catastrophic Theatre brings the work of New York-based up-and-coming playwright Mark Schultz 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 >>

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