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Our New Arts & Culture Editor: Troy Schulze & Art Attack

10 years ago by Margaret Downing
Troy Schulze has been a professional actor, a director, a playwright, art critic and journalist.Starting next Monday, he'll add a new title to his repetoire as he unveils a brand new enterprise for the Houston Press -- an Arts & Culture Blog called Art Attack -- that will join its...
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Slideshow: Silver Jews at Walter's on Washington

11 years ago by Houston Press
Photo by Bill Olive We've loaded up some images from Thursday's Silver Jews show. Click here for a slideshow and here to revisit Troy Schulze's review. -- KP...
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Toast is a Weird and Wild Ride at Catastrophic Theatre

9 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
Toast, a world premiere straight from the minds of Brian Jucha and the ensemble over at Catastrophic, raises more questions than it answers.
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Catastrophic Explores American Dream Myth in Sam Shepard's Curse

1 year ago by Susie Tommaney
Much has happened since The Catastrophic Theatre produced Sam Shepard's Buried Child in 2016. We lost the American playwright last year and, only a month later, our region was kicked to the curb by Hurricane Harvey. Very few of us are doing better than we were two years ago. The...
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Weather Closings - CAMH and MFAH Close Early

9 years ago by Troy Schulze
Due to the ice scare, the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston have closed for the day today. No word yet on the museums' plans for tomorrow (Saturday)...
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Curse of the Starving Class Showcases Sam Shepard's First Major Off-Broadway Hit

1 year ago by D. L. Groover
Today's theater world is a fallow place. There are no recent playwrights whose work commands respect and opening-night buzz like those of theatrical Rushmore icons Edward Albee, Tom Stoppard, Harold Pinter, Christopher Durang. August Wilson, Sam Shepard, even Neil Simon. Granted, Durang and Stoppard are not yet Old Dead Playwrights...
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Surrealism Takes the Presidential Debate Stage in The Strangerer

2 years ago by Natalie de la Garza
The Strangerer marks the second of three Mickle Maher plays Catastrophic is staging this season, this time taking an absurd look at the first Bush-Kerry debate of 2004.
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The Week In Art Photos

9 years ago by Troy Schulze
Before we look back at the best art photos of 2010, we decided to take one last cold dip in the Houston Press Flickr Pool this year before we choose our faves on Friday...
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Slideshow: Christmas Eve Air Jordan Release Party

9 years ago by Troy Schulze
Sneakerheads lined up at the Galleria last week for the Christmas Eve release of the new Air Jordan Cool Grey XI. The kids in the above photo had been waiting since 8 a.m. Wednesday morning. As Mars Blackmon famously said, "I's gotta be the shoes!" Check out the slideshow...
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Slideshow: Art Crawl 2010

9 years ago by Troy Schulze
Last weekend, warehouse district artists opened their studios to the public for the annual Art Crawl, where artists get to engage in one-on-one dialogue with visitors, free from the bonds and restrictions of formal gallery exhibitions. Go to the slideshow...

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