Freelance conductor and Big Spring,Texas native Viswa Subbaraman, most known in Houston as the mastermind behind the chamber opera troupe Opera Vista, returned to Houston just over a…
Now 30, Walsh has spent half of his life in Houston, and over the years, he has become quite the audience favorite.
When Dave Steakley, producing artistic director of The Zach in Austin, decided to stage the first of two Robert Schenkkan plays about the presidency of Lyndon Baines Johnson,…
Hunter Dance Center’s director Annie Arnoult shows no signs of slowing down as she enters her second season back home.
Theater is a close-knit community, but such a collaborative art form demands presence, and it’s easy to disappear—all you have to do is not show up.
The thing about writing about “experimental music” is that the phrase “experimental music,” if it means anything anymore, means too many things.
Eugene O'Neill on stage at Undermain Theatre
Dallas native Jennifer Mabus premieres The Art of Losing, a multi-media, sound and dance collaboration with the artist Lynn Lane, on Jan, 22-23, at The Barn as part…
This is part two of a two-part series profiling emerging artists in San Antonio.
collaborative married couple Daniel Gray and Billi London-Gray, a nomadic pair of artists, have called San Marcos home despite a schedule peppered with stints in artists’ residencies around…
After a two-year hiatus, Tom Holland has returned to Texas for his second solo exhibition at Samuel Lynne Galleries, on view through June 29.
Co-Lab Project’s N Space recently broke its short sabbatical to open APOLOGYTOTIME by Mark Johnson (on view through June 24)