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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...

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Texas prides itself on its former status as an independent country, and no nation is complete without its ambassadors.

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My annual trek to the nation’s great dance mecca, Jacob’s Pillow, is never without a little Texas love, which started...

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Amy Fote, former principal of Houston Ballet and Milwaukee Ballet, has joined the artistic staff of Ballet San Antonio.

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The version of Les Miserables currently on stage at the Dallas Theater Center (DTC) is not your mother’s Les Miserables....

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Upcoming visual arts events throughout the state of Texas.

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Upcoming performing arts events across Texas.

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Beyond a round exhibition hall, a stairway leads down to the inner sanctum of the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts...

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Houston-based conceptual sculptor Dario Robleto will be the next artist to juxtapose his own works in dialogue with selections from...

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Irony has been the standard currency of avant-garde art for so long now—50 years or even a century depending on...

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Sounds and their embedded cultural histories have long figured in the work of conceptual artist Dario Robleto.

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Don’t be deceived by the title of Amphibian Stage Productions upcoming play, The Nosemaker’s Apprentice: Chronicles of a Medieval Plastic...

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iven that the art world is a breeding ground of extraordinary ego and smothering politeness, it is not surprising that...

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“It’s the best dance festival ever!” arts patron and producer Gayle Halperin says with a chuckle about Dallas DanceFest, her...

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Bruno Latour’s 1991 book We have never been modern,a short but dense text that reevaluates modernism, is no light read.

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IMAGE ABOVE: Johnny Brantley III, Gabriel Bernal, Tim Heller and Gino Chaviano in Anything Goes, the inaugural production at Texas...

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Executive Director Louis Grachos flexes his vision for The Contemporary Austin with the high-profile sculpture exhibition A Secret Affair: Selections...