Natalie de la Garza
Natalie de la Garza is a contributing writer who adores all things pop culture and longs to know everything there is to know about the Houston arts and culture scene.
3 days ago | Stage
The Catastrophic Theatre presents the second of the "Lehrer Plays," Jim Lehrer and the Theater and Its Double and Jim Lehrer's Double, playing rep with The Strangerer.
4 days ago | Stage
The Strangerer marks the second of three Mickle Maher plays Catastrophic is staging this season, this time taking an absurd look at the first Bush-Kerry debate of 2004.
11 days ago | Classically Speaking
The Houston Chamber Choir celebrates “Lenny @ 100,” Leonard Bernstein’s 100 birthday, by bringing his daughter Jamie to town for an evening of personal stories and great compositions.
26 days ago | Architecture
Sabine Street Studios joins the eight other renovated industrial buildings that make up the core of Sawyer Yards, one of the nation’s largest artistic communities.
30 days ago | Stage
The A.D. Players at The George bring The Lilies of the Field, an inspirational tale about an unlikely partnership between a group of Catholic nuns and a black Baptist from South Carolina, to the Houston stage.
1 month ago | Stage
A 10th-century Persian epic comes to life in the shadows in Hamid Rahmanian’s Feathers of Fire: A Persian Epic.