Guy Roberts returns to Houston in a co-production with Main Street Theater of Shakespeare's heroic blood, guts and mud epic Henry V.
Gifted playwrights, directors and actors entertain at 15th Annual Festival of Originals.
Each character gets a center-stage aria in this most operatic of August Wilson's cycle plays.
It's like a tour of the British theater scene on the cheap. Sundance Cinemas is bringing four taped performances of the National Theatre of London to downtown Houston starting in January and running through April. And even in a city like Houston with its extensive theater scene, Sundance Cinemas ex ... More >>
Lewis Carroll puts Arthur Conan Doyle down the rabbit hole
Come on, I double-triple down dare you
Black Box Series makes its Houston debut
Maria Callas sings again (kinda)
The Pandora Theatre Company is opening up a box full of imagination
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Edward Albee takes Sturgeon's Law and revises it a bit
The Houston play ended. The allegations of plagiarism haven't.
Four Dogs and a Bone chews over the absurdities of the movie business
Infernal Bridegroom takes an enchanting trip down Tennessee Williams's Camino Real
Agatha Christie dabbles in more than Black Coffee
The Food Chain loves the sound of its own voice; luckily, so does the audience
Do good intentions make for good plays? Not necessarily.
Stages shines in three playlets by Britain's master of the enigmatic
From stage to film, David Mamet is a mixed message
Blue Window plays dialogue like a gorgeous, and sad, melody
The Ensemble explores the shades of racism in Charles Fuller's A Soldier's Play
Playwright August Wilson talks about the birth of Ma Rainey