I don't know how many rappers are on Twitter. A mathematician might guess it somewhere around "A FUCKING LOT." And plenty of them have been high-fived for any number of things, be it insight, humor or ratchetry. But when it comes to raw poetry, to unfiltered, sweaty swampland Tennessee Williams-leve ... More >>
A dark, funny new work from Catastrophic Theatre goes behind the white picket fences.
At Main Street Theater and Company OnStage, family strife just in time for the season.
The Landing Theatre Company is starting at the top
"The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth down, and hasteth to the place where he arose..." So reads the prologue to Ernest Hemingway's 1926 treatise on the horrors of existential dread. In the book, Jake Barnes and a band of entirely unlikeable expat misfits flit around the globe, from Paris to P ... More >>
A great American folklorist has spent a life squirreling away bits and pieces of Texas culture. Now time is running out on him and his inventory.
Maggie the Cat heats up the night in Tennessee Williamss classic Southern tale
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddie porn.
Thursday, October 27, at Walter's on Washington, 4215 Washington Avenue, 713-863-1875.
The Skeleton Key unlocks a house that's haunted by camp
New places, faces and ideas have transformed Houston's theater scene
It Still Moves (ATO/RCA/BMG)
New setting, new songs, same hook
Bobbindoctrin's savage wit returns in The Crime
The Alley carefully inspects all the fragile eggshell contours of Williams's Glass Menagerie
Little Room explores Williams
July 2 - 8, 1998
At the Alley, Not About Nightingales reveals Tennessee Williams's youthful outrage
Infernal Bridegroom takes an enchanting trip down Tennessee Williams's Camino Real
Star Maps sells itself cheap
Different authors, different theaters, the same question -- how do you deal with loneliness?
Tennessee Williams' Streetcar comes to a stop at the Alley
Re-Viewing the Classics
Tony Richardson's last film is compellingly complex
The Alley takes a plunge into the depths of Mississippi
At WorldFest, variety doesn't always prove spicy