Back in pre-pandemic 2020, B. Moore Dance company founder Bridget Moore signed on as choreographer for the Second Thought Theatre’s production of Lynn Nottage’s play Mlima's Tale.
For a decade, The Dallas Opera has periodically invaded the Cowboys’ home turf—literally.
Booth hopes that the program will continue to prove Houston’s cultural excellence to go along with the city’s reputation as a home to global business innovators.
In 1980, two years after Teatro Dallas was founded by Cora Cardona and Jeff Hurst, only 9.9% of Dallas’s 904,078 residents ticked the newly added box for “Hispanic.”
When one of Houston’s most acclaimed poets, Deborah D.E.E.P Mouton, set out to interview the city’s most legendary dancer, Lauren Anderson, she didn’t have a fully-formed creative objective.
After a performance season filled with joyful starts, heart-breaking cancellations and casting understudies for the understudies when positive COVID tests rolled in, Texas theater companies have endured much real life drama to make the leap back to live performances.
Ten years is a huge milestone for an arts organization, and Avant Chamber Ballet is celebrating accordingly.
Ten years ago, multidisciplinary artists and life partners Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin set out to trace a little-known bit of queer U.S history, an 1843 pleasure excursion by100 men from St Louis to the Wind River Range of Wyoming, likely the first example of North American gay eco/party tourism.
Houston Ballet’s Artistic Director Stanton Welch grew up around ballet.