For some, dance is truly in the blood.
Stanton Welch's production magnifies the tribal elements, expanding on the original's provocative elements.
Tonight, Houston Ballet performs Rooster, Associate Choreographer Christopher Bruce's dance interpretations of eight Rolling Stones songs including "Little Red Rooster," "Paint It Black" and "Sympathy for the Devil." If that sounds a little lowbrow for the ballet, the program also includes two works ... More >>
With Houston Ballet's gorgeous Jewels, no plot is no problem.
Houston Ballet debuts a rarely seen Russian classic.
The Dominic Walsh Dance Theater re-creates century-old classics
See what the dancers from the former Kyivska Rus are up to
Classic, Modern and Wonderful
Pros share the stage with up-and-comers in this concert in a wild variety of styles
This ballet is what it is, and that ain't bad
Bolshoi principal dancer Marianna Ryzhkina makes her Houston debut
Our critics weigh in on local theater
The ensemble is the star in Houston Ballet's Spring Repertory Program
Houston Ballet buckles under the weight of Balanchine
Houston Ballet's Nutcracker has nothing new to say, but it's fun anyway
Ben Stevenson has built Houston Ballet into one of the biggest companies in the country. So why does his job often seem in jeopardy?
Whiz kid Enos excites his elders with unique movements
Maiden's good, just slow to warm up
Ben Stevenson's Cleopatra
Dawn Scannell makes a captivating Capulet in Houston Ballet's Romeo and Juliet
Filmmakers return ballet, with all its metaphorical foreplay and backstage romance, to Center Stage
If Richie Hubscher couldn't be the Houston Ballet's prince in white tights, then he would be the dark angel of the Easy Credit Theater
Cleopatra may be about ancient Middle Eastern history, but it's all Houston Ballet
In the middle is very elevated
Sometimes the hype hurts
April 15-21, 1999
Don Quixote returns, as Rachel Beard says good-bye
The Ballet's Swan Lake is all about transformations -- such as dancer to star
The Houston Ballet ventures deep into Balanchine territory
For 20 years, prima ballerina Janie Parker's feet have been harnessed to the Houston Ballet. In one more month, she plans to set them free.
The Merry Widow proves to be more about sparkle and spectacle than dance
White Oak may be billed as a group project, but there's no question who's the star
When the dancers of the Houston Ballet learned their artistic director, Ben Stevenson, had been forced into a medical leave, they had to wonder: were there problems ahead?