Looks at By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, Gidion's Knot, Lucia di Lammermoor, and Time Stands Still.
An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
In Race, at Ensemble, David Mamet blowtorches our perceptions.
The Ensemble Theatre opens the season with a bang and a laugh.
Each character gets a center-stage aria in this most operatic of August Wilson's cycle plays.
The Ensemble Theatre mounts Lydia Diamond's story of a dysfunctional family
Playwright Thomas Melancon takes us back to the little town of Bethlehem
Seems Houston is really anxious to "ease on down the road" with The Wiz; the Ensemble Theatre has just added two more weeks of performances to its already extended run. Under the direction of director/choreographer Patdro Harris and musical director Carlton Leake, The Wiz was the first Ensemble prod ... More >>
Ease into summer with the Ensemble Theatres latest production
J.D. Hawkins, who's been making a name for himself on Houston stages and in film productions here, has died.He'd appeared in plays at the Alley, Stages and the Ensemble; throughout his career he had worked with stars like Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis, Joan Allen and Sam Elliott.It was at the Ensemble that ... More >>
Hole in One
Mark Clayton Southers's Sitcom
The Ensemble Theatre presents a family drama about going home (in more ways than one)
The Ensemble Theatre produces a work of poetry and power
$110 million can't be wrong. Can it?
Je'Caryous Johnson brings movie and TV stars to Houston. And chances are, you've never heard of him unless you're African-American
TSU was failing in campus safety long before Ashley Sloan was gunned down
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Two Trains Running and A Love Story weave strikingly different -- but intimate -- stories of the African-American experience
Ensemble's new artistic director doesn't view things in shades of black and white
Ensemble entertains with a sexy, provocative production
A trio of takes on Dickens' classic shows why it's lasted so long
The Ensemble explores the shades of racism in Charles Fuller's A Soldier's Play
Playwright Ntozake Shange returns to Houston, and to her landmark work For Colored Girls