The Houston Shakespeare Festival serves up a tragedy and a comedy in fine form.
Photo by Bruce BennettActor James Belcher was on stage the other day starring in A Picasso at Stages Repertory Theatre when he cut a finger on a metal door and couldn't stop the bleeding."A big blood drop is coming and dripping off the end of my finger ... The rest of the show I was worried that ... More >>
Art one, politics zero
This show really is a delicious holiday confection for everyone.
Mark Todd's art exhibit "Oh, Man" closes this coming week. The bright, colorful work prompted Houston Press contributor Dusti Rhodes to note, "It's no wonder Mark Todd calls his exhibition 'Oh, Man.' Because that's exactly the kind of stunned/amazed response his paintings and illustrations coax from ... More >>
Somerville's schools continue to show elevated toxins, but are the health risks bad enough to shut down the schools?
Words provide beauty in the harsh world of Translations
A charming farce examines love, marriage and society's rules
Main Street Theater presents the regional premiere of A. A. Milnes Mr. Pim Passes By
Stages celebrates white-trash ladies and the men they love
On the Razzle is a farcical grab bag
Mrs. Farnsworth recalls her Yale years -- and a fling with George W.