The collaboration with pianist Lang Lang left viewers breathless.
For some, dance is truly in the blood.
HB showcases three grand works by twentieth-century choreographers.
Closes June 5!
With Houston Ballet's gorgeous Jewels, no plot is no problem.
Diamonds and rubies and emeralds, oh my!
The Houston Ballet's strong, talented dancers rock in this rep program.
In 1981, Chinese ballet dancer Li Cunxin made national news when he defected to the U.S. to join the Houston Ballet. The Chinese and U.S. governments faced off over the issue, and Vice President George Bush ended up intervening -- and prevailing. Cunxin went on to dance with the Houston Ballet for t ... More >>
There's quite a buzz in New Orleans today about the Houston Ballet's performance there of Marie. The story of the ill-fated French queen Marie Antoinette, the ballet is having its first performance outside of Houston in New Orleans's Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts (its grand re-open ... More >>
They cant take ballet away from me
The Russian Cultural Center presents a sneak peek at Houston Ballets new season
The former ballerina Lauren Anderson, tenor Kenneth Gayle and composer Dr. Beverly Grigsby pool their talents to present this small chamber opera
Houston Ballet presents a classic at Miller Outdoor Theatre
Three-Course Feast from the Houston Ballet
Lauren Anderson returns to the stage
The Houston Ballet gets provocative with its mixed rep program
Houston Ballet conjures the Golden Age of Hollywood
This rep program only looks Simple
Catch a Dark and Lovely performance at Houston Ballet's "Mentors & Prodigy"
Houston Ballet practically raised this soaring young soloist
Houston Ballet struts its stuff in "Rock, Roll & Tutus"
Houston Ballet gets raw and sensual with Cullen Contemporary Series
Houston Ballet lightens up with La Fille Mal Gardée
Stay awake for Houston Ballet's The Sleeping Beauty
Flea and company prove they can keep it together
Houston Ballet dancers explain their peculiar preshow rituals
Houston Ballet cops out with the Cullen Contemporary Series
Ben Stevenson has built Houston Ballet into one of the biggest companies in the country. So why does his job often seem in jeopardy?
Out of Harm's Way, Main ACT, Well Versed
A Christmas cash cow
In the middle is very elevated
Sometimes the hype hurts
May 27 - June 2, 1999
A poet's death is given grand life by the Houston Ballet
Houston Ballet meets the Rolling Stones. The result? "Rooster."
Peter Martins' Waltz Project gets its Houston debut
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?