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Vietgone Is The Gateway Play Houston Needs

3 months ago by Jessica Goldman
Take every dramatization about the Vietnam War you know and toss it firmly out the window. Then run over it a few times until you quash it into oblivion. This is Vietgone. A play where Vietnamese finally get to be the cool, smart, and sexy leading roles, speaking in perfect...

Houston Symphony Gives Its Regards To The Best Of Broadway

8 months ago by Sam Byrd
The Houston Symphony will perform The Best of Broadway, a collection of the most popular hits from musical theatre, this weekend at Jones Hall.

George Hinchliffe’s Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain Heads to Houston

11 months ago by Susie Tommaney
Puppies, cute babies, ice cream cones and ukuleles. We can always count on one or all of these to bring about a smile, even on the rainiest of days. George Hinchliffe figured that out when he founded the ukes back in 1985. "We thought we might just do the one...

Performances Drive Mystery Musical Murder for Two at Stages

9 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
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.

Cat Fight

18 years ago by Bill Gallo
Poor William Randolph Hearst. The snapping dogs of Hollywood just won't leave the guy alone. It's been barely 60 years since a little epic called Citizen Kane portrayed the great newspaper tycoon as a ruthless dictator who degenerated into an emotional basket case, and already there's more bad publicity in...

Broadway at the Hobby Announces its 2019-20 Season Complete With Hamilton

11 months ago by Houston Press
If you couldn't get tickets to Hamilton when it came to Houston last year, here's the good news: It's coming back courtesy of Mischer Neurosciences Broadway at the Hobby for a run of more than a month starting in late June. Today, Broadway announced its 2019-20 season complete with six...

The Five Best Concerts In Houston This Week: Sufjan Stevens, Noel Gallagher, Shinyribs, Pachanga Fest Houston, etc.

5 years ago by Chris Gray
Sufjan Stevens Jones Hall, May 11 It doesn't feel like much of a stretch to say Sufjan Stevens could be the Cat Stevens of his generation; his gentle acoustic-based songs have an effortless intimacy and a tendency to linger long after the music fades out. They may lack the kind...

Top 10 Films of 2018

1 year ago by Alan Scherstuhl
The art houses and Drafthouses again pull more than their fair share of the burden of quality, but my No. 2 (and many people’s No. 1) is a straight-up Netflix production, already available to watch on your phone

With Mowgli, Netflix Has Its First Blockbuster

1 year ago by Alan Scherstuhl
This time, though, the lessons are urgent, the jungle threatened by man, the wicked tiger Shere Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch) a true terror vowing to one day taste that boy’s blood

Cat Scratch Fever

14 years ago by Steven Devadanam
"Don't cha wish your girlfriend was" Kaitlin -- who is five years old -- is singing to me. She's waving her arms in the air, tossing her hair and even doing a little shimmy with her hips. Okay, some context here: I'm with young Kaitlin, her sister Lauren and...

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