Natalie de la Garza
Natalie de la Garza is a contributing writer who adores all things pop culture and longs to know everything there is to know about the Houston arts and culture scene.
7 days ago | Dance
Ben Stevenson's Coppélia, a charming tale of a young couple whose relationship is tested by a beautiful doll "come to life," returns to the Houston Ballet.
15 days ago | Stage
A mother fears she will lose her son in the school-to-prison pipeline in Dominique Morisseau’s 2017 play Pipeline, now playing at The Ensemble Theatre.
20 days ago | Stage
Mistaken identities make life interesting for two couples in Alan Ayckbourn's garden farce Relatively Speaking, presented by Main Street Theater.
28 days ago | Stage
In Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair’s Murder for Two, at Stages Repertory Theatre, a young cop hoping to make detective tries to solve the murder of a novelist with a lot of silly jokes and songs.
1 month ago | Stage
Toast, a world premiere straight from the minds of Brian Jucha and the ensemble over at Catastrophic, raises more questions than it answers.
2 months ago | Stage
Charise Castro Smith’s The Hunchback of Seville answers some big “what if” questions at Mildred’s Umbrella.