Nicolas Cage’s Joe lays bare a culture’s collapse.
The Prince Avalanche director finds life in the Texas rubble
Today is the 53rd birthday of Mark Romanek. Though he's a perfectly legit Hollywood director of great films like One Hour Photo and Never Let Me Go, he is also responsible for some of the greatest music videos of all time. For 20 years he has worked with top-level performers, and today we celebrate ... More >>
From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
Sure and begorra it sounds like it was quite the St Paddy's Day donnybrook for Crystal Angel Sugars. Police say in court documents that the 38-year-old Humble woman slugged two men, one of whom was both her business partner in a bar and also her boyfriend, thus netting misdemeanor charges of assau ... More >>
The setup: Who else in Houston are you going to trust to do justice to the creepy dysfunction and blasted-earth absurdity of Nobel Prize-winning playwright Samuel Beckett, than that theater company of raging imagination and utter theatricality, Catastrophic? If Waiting for Godot (1952) is his maste ... More >>
Five linked sketches look at life's "losing season."
Let the darkness in with Mildred's Umbrella's production of Will Eno's story of crazy love
Hot on the heels of their recent marriage to a tree, The Art Guys (Jack Massing and Michael Galbreth) unveiled their new DVD last Thursday at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The two-DVD set, titled Home on the Range, features video works spanning 1984 - 2008, and the evening-length performa ... More >>
Ornery Theatre gives us a double dose of the B-man
Be transported to Ireland in all its glory
Yours, Mine & Ours lowers the bar for miserable remakes
Weird, ghostly figures and the occasional stallion haunt Michele Dugan's "OverSoul Collection"
How does it feel to get mugged? Find out at a new show by Infernal Bridegroom Productions and DiverseWorks
This unconventional comedic drama from Norway might be just the ticket
Two lonely souls connect -- if only for a moment -- in Laughing Wild
Get with Scott Miller right now
Unlike John Nash, Spider sees little triumph over schizophrenia
Filmmaking in 2002 wasn't just for the boys
Thunderloo is funny, but not IBP's best
Dismissing artistic pretension
Infernal Bridegroom's youth and spirit work against it in Beckett's dark, existential work
The Remington's service may call to mind a certain Beckett play,but the menu is a Tony-winner
With the world premiere of Fucking A, Infernal Bridegroom Productions may have outgrown its seedy past, but it hasn't forgotten it
If you rearrange the furniture, do you become someone else?
April 1-7, 1999
Infernal Bridegroom's Godot is all Beckett -- pure, if not simple
100 years on, the MFA gives a silent-screen genius his due