An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
This year's winners danced, sang or delivered their lines in spectaculer fashion. For which we give each entity out thanks, admiration and a check for $2,000.
Tartuffe, I Capulet e i Montecchi
From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
When Viswa Subbaraman was an undergraduate at Duke University, he had no idea where he would end up. He had played trombone and violin, but music as a career to him did not seem like an option. He had come from a family of doctors and was planning on becoming one himself -- that was, until his sopho ... More >>
What She Does: Pebbles. Lampshades. Naps. Emily Sloan will pretty much work with anything. The sculptor and performance artist has left her mark on a number of fleeting but still lasting moments on Houston's cultural landscape in recent years (her Funeral Party for the Living at 14 Pews early last ... More >>
Enrique Carreón-Robledo truly believes that his fate was written in the stars. He did not come from a musical family, and it was by chance that he stumbled upon an old gentleman sitting outside near his home in Mexico, teaching children how to play the mandolin. Mesmerized, the young Carreón-Ro ... More >>