Posted on · The closure raises questions about the sustainability of live theater in the suburbs.
Posted on · The once-fictional game from the Harry Potter books is no longer for student wizards, but they've kept the broomsticks.
Posted on · The dark comedy blends humor and grief with an angst-ridden church youth group.
Posted on · Hip Hop, vampires, and a hand puppet possessed by Satan are just a few of the surprises this season.
Posted on · The White Oak Music Hall opened its outdoor space in April and is revealing its slick new interior space this weekend. But not everyone in the Near Northside neighborhood is thrilled.
Posted on · The Swedish native comes to Houston by way of Hong Kong.
Posted on · A Houston dance company has combined a classic English comedy with a traditional Indian art form.
Posted on · The 84-year-old organization bought the space in 1985 but they’ve fallen on hard times recently.
Posted on · Two Houston performers are hoping to bring a sense of empathy for those struggling with the disease through dance and music.
Posted on · The Beirut-born artist’s topics range from gender to politics in the Middle East.
Posted on · The play sheds light on what it’s like to work in another corner of the White House and it has nothing to do with politics.
Posted on · The Rec Room’s founders want audiences to re-think what a live theater experience involves.
Posted on · Rebecca Rabinow has returned to Houston after nearly three decades in New York.
Posted on · It involves creating artwork for Snapchat photos.
Posted on · The Buffalo Soldiers were African-American men who served in the U.S. Army until the mid-20th century. Some say it’s a chapter of history that’s been long overlooked.