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Currently at the Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas, in partnership with Titas performing arts group, seven paintings by...

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Beginning in 1852 and continuing for more than two decades, the French emperor Napoleon III, along with his apparatchik—Baron Haussmann,...

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Juilliard-trained oboist Alecia Lawyer still admits to feeling amazement whenever she sees a real estate website citing River Oaks Chamber...

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Opening the Chamber Music Houston Season for the second year in a row, The Miró Quartet brings the world premiere...

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Rude Mechs’ The Method Gun Heads to UT IMAGE ABOVE: Shawn Sides, Jason Liebrecht and Thomas Graves in The Method...

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For three months this fall, Houston Arts Alliance, local artists and community partners call attention to Houston’s “love affair” with...

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Fantastic Mr. Fox, a captivating and witty show with a sense of humor and sophistication, is a perfect choice to...

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A year ago, in this very space, I pronounced, “If anyone is going to make a sports/arts connection, it’s Texans.”...

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Experimental, multi-disciplinary, genre mash-ups, or downright hard to explain, call it what you will, there are some fantastic events coming...

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On the Road, Texas Museums Loom Large in the Rear-View Mirror I used to joke that going to see art...

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John Neumeier’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Launches Houston Ballet’s Season

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Don’t miss these 10 productions this September across Texas.

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Austin’s Ransom Center Showcases Behind-the-Scenes Stories for Gone With the Wind’s 75th Anniversary

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What do an English teacher, an arts fundraiser, a published poet, a former Peace Corps volunteer, a theater critic, and...

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Imagine a road trip across the great Lone Star State just to see dance. Are you with me on this?...

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Danielle Georgiou Dance Group will be premiering NICE, on Nov. 13- 24, as part of AT&T Performing Arts Center’s new...

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Shortly after the late Jesús Rafael Soto’s posthumously realized Houston Penetrable went on view in the Museum of Fine Arts,...

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IMAGE ABOVE: Wyly Rooftop Terrace. Photo by Iwan Baan, courtesy of AT&T Performing Arts Center. For as much good press...

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When Peter Allen sings his now infamous song “Everything old is new again” in The Boy from Oz, it sounds...

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The big news at Houston Ballet is the addition of two new first soloists, Jared Matthews, a Houston native, and...