Posted on · Ernie Manouse previews the upcoming season of the Society for the Performing Arts with Marcus Powers.
Posted on · The Swedish native comes to Houston by way of Hong Kong.
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 · Houston Ballet premières Ekman’s work on its Spring Mixed Rep Program.
Posted on · Three generations of Jewish artists inspire a new contemporary dance piece
Posted on · Dancers turned choreographers present a show in support of a Houston Ballet in-school program.
Posted on · Some football players try ballet to improve their game. But can it also benefit people with mobility problems?
Posted on · Former company principal talks about choreographer Ben Stevenson’s classic production.
Posted on · The two-day event is all about black choreographers and dancers.
Posted on · Houston Ballet's Lauren Anderson may have retired nearly ten years ago, but she's still staying busy at the Ben Stevenson Academy. As the 2015-2016 ballet season got underway, the history-making ballerina reflected on her experiences of living and dancing in Houston.
Posted on · The venue is giving unique opportunities to ethnic arts groups in Greater Houston.
Posted on · The company includes the associate choreographer’s well-known work in its fall mixed rep program.
Posted on · The lead dancers discuss Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s famed work which is Houston Ballet’s season opener.
Posted on · Theatre des Champs-Elysees remix: Is the Cullen Theater ready for a riot?
Posted on · Houston Ballet was home to the first African-American woman named principal ballerina in a major ballet company. That's why it's a big deal when Misty Copeland—the latest history-making dancer—comes to town.