For our 7th installment of the HoustoricProject we bring you the East End. The East End covers a vast area that starts at the eastern edge of downtown to the Port of Houston and South to Hobby Airport. The Eastwood Subdivision, one of Houston's first master-planned communities, turned 100 this year ... More >>
However much designed to offend, The Book of Mormon delivers human warmth along with its calculated irreverence.
An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
Our intrepid Art Director Monica Fuentes went behind the scene to film the cheerleaders rehearsal for Bring It On: The Musical. As our reviewer said previously, this is a show filled with flips and dips and all sorts of top rank death-defying feats. And the athletic stars who perform these stunts a ... More >>
The setup: Gimme an F! Gimme a U! Gimme an N! Gimme me a T-I-M-E!! What does it spell? How about a brand-new hip musical about high school cheerleaders that's a whole lot better than the premise: a new musical about high school cheerleaders. I'm not kidding. At the end, you'll be cheering. The exe ... More >>
Last time out, playwright Jeff Whitty put foul-mouthed puppets on stage and won a Tony for Avenue Q. So why go from that to Bring It On: The Musical (soon to be at Houston's Hobby Center courtesy of Theatre Under the Stars), spun off from the 2000 movie starring Kirsten Dunst? After finishing Av ... More >>
A group of local puppeteers show off their latest, strangest works
The shady side of the street