The Best Available Evidence
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The Best Available Evidence

Jennifer Angus: Silver Wings and Golden Tales at Esperson Gallery
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Jennifer Angus: Silver Wings and Golden Tales at Esperson Gallery

Artist and textile designer Jennifer Angus takes these ideas to visceral extremes with her latest…

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Musiqa at FotoFest and More
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Musiqa at FotoFest and More

Composer Marcus Maroney saw an impetus for his own creativity in Edward Burtynsky’s dramatic photographs.

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Transformation & Surprise: CounterCurrent Stretches Houston’s Art Expectations
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Transformation & Surprise: CounterCurrent Stretches Houston’s Art Expectations

From April 12-17, eleven cutting-edge artists present new works, projects, and performances at unexpected sites…

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They Can Sing Too: Expect Triple Threats at Houston Ballet with <em>West Side Story Suite</em>
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They Can Sing Too: Expect Triple Threats at Houston Ballet with West Side Story Suite

I always expect to be dazzled when I walk into a Houston Ballet rehearsal, but…

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Houston Ballet’s <em>Sleeping Beauty</em> a Visual Feast
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Houston Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty a Visual Feast

The Sleeping Beauty is one of the classical ballet’s most technically difficult yet visually dynamic…

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Everything is ephemeral: <em>The Precarious</em> at the Menil
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Everything is ephemeral: The Precarious at the Menil

The Precarious is a small and quiet exhibition running at The Menil Collection through May…

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Ode to a Plate: <em>At Your Service</em> at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
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Ode to a Plate: At Your Service at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Houston Chamber Choir’s Spring Season
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Houston Chamber Choir’s Spring Season

Robert Simpson sums up what keeps him going: “I’m always excited about whatever is over…

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Taking the Lid off Tidy Packages: Next Iteration Theater Company’s First Production Promises Risk and Reward
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Bold Cinema: Houston Jewish Film Festival Highlights Family, History and Comedy
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Bold Cinema: Houston Jewish Film Festival Highlights Family, History and Comedy

The Evelyn Rubenstein JCC of Houston presents the 12th Houston Jewish Film Festival, with 27…

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Weaving Narratives of Music and Art: Jennie C. Jones at the CAMH
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Weaving Narratives of Music and Art: Jennie C. Jones at the CAMH

Music, much like visual art, has long been a tool used to comment and reflect…

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Strong Statements at the MFAH: African American Art from the Museum’s Collection
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Strong Statements at the MFAH: African American Art from the Museum’s Collection

Statements: African American Art from the Museum’s Collection is the overly general and therefore utterly…

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A Winter for Ibsen: Classical Theatre’s <em>A Doll’s House</em>
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A Winter for Ibsen: Classical Theatre’s A Doll’s House

Houston's Classical Theatre Company returns to Ibsen this winter with their production of A Doll's…

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Becoming Aurora: Houston Ballet’s Sara Webb on <em>The Sleeping Beauty</em>
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Becoming Aurora: Houston Ballet’s Sara Webb on The Sleeping Beauty

A + C editor in chief Nancy Wozny visited with Houston Ballet principal and Dallas…

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Mirrors for Princes
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Mirrors for Princes

A Banner Year: DiverseWorks Moves to the MATCH
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A Banner Year: DiverseWorks Moves to the MATCH

A + C writer Holly Walrath sat down with Executive Director and Chief Curator Xandra…

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Love is in the Cards: Linda Phenix Returns to Theatre LaB Houston for <em>52 Pick Up</em>
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Love is in the Cards: Linda Phenix Returns to Theatre LaB Houston for 52 Pick Up

Linda Phenix returns to directing with the Theatre LaB Houston production of TJ Dawe and…

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Love and Loss: <em>The Bridges of Madison County</em> at TUTS
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Love and Loss: The Bridges of Madison County at TUTS

Contingent Beauty
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Contingent Beauty

Cultural Remix: Matthew Craven’s <em>MONUMENTS</em> at David Shelton Gallery
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Cultural Remix: Matthew Craven’s MONUMENTS at David Shelton Gallery

Matthew Craven’s collage/drawings, on view at David Shelton Gallery in Houston through Feb. 6, are…

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About Space: A Houston Cinema Arts Festival 2015 Wrap Up
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About Space: A Houston Cinema Arts Festival 2015 Wrap Up

What a Year
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What a Year

A Beauty & A Birthday: Houston Ballet celebrates Ben Stevenson’s 80th with <em>The Sleeping Beauty</em>
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A Beauty & A Birthday: Houston Ballet celebrates Ben Stevenson’s 80th with The Sleeping Beauty

The Sleeping Beauty, the big hit of 19th century czarist ballet, continues to be performed…

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Visual art, social practice, and entrepreneurial spirit
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Becoming Nannerl: The Other Mozart
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Becoming Nannerl: The Other Mozart

The story begins with a portrait by Johann Nepomuk della Croce of a family: father,…

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Seeing With the Heart: <em>The Little Prince</em> Charms at HGO
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Seeing With the Heart: The Little Prince Charms at HGO

For a long time after its world premiere in 2003, I hoped Houston Grand Opera…

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Suggesting the Eternal
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Suggesting the Eternal

We Are All Folk: The Art of Everyday (Folk) Life
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We Are All Folk: The Art of Everyday (Folk) Life

This winter season at MATCH, the Houston Art Alliance’s Folklife + Traditional Arts Program presents…

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The Timelessness of Political Art
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The Timelessness of Political Art

Coming Home: Mario Zambrano
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Coming Home: Mario Zambrano

Mario Zambrano was an accomplished contemporary ballet dancer before turning to writing fiction.

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A Community Rebuilt
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A Community Rebuilt

Arts under Fire
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Arts under Fire

Janis Joplin, CineSpace, Rap Battles & Texas Talent
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Rothko’s Rothkos
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Rothko’s Rothkos

At the time of Mark Rothko’s death in 1970, nearly eight hundred works restedquietly in…

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Curtain Up: Houston’s Main Street Theater Celebrates 40 Years and a Newly Renovated Space
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Curtain Up: Houston’s Main Street Theater Celebrates 40 Years and a Newly Renovated Space

“This is a real milestone!” Main Street Theater executive artistic director Rebecca Greene Udden offers…

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Song of Houston: Story of HGOco
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Song of Houston: Story of HGOco

In the September world premiere of O Columbia, the new chamber opera from HGOco, a…

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Contemporary Photography in Texas
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Step Afrika! Storms the Miller
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Step Afrika! Storms the Miller

“So, this is a tap show?” asked a friend, minutes before the curtain went up…

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Speed, Skeletons & Flying Dancers
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Speed, Skeletons & Flying Dancers