The Arts In Houston

Houston Ballet’s 1st In-Person Performance In A Year Was Emotional For Audience And Performers

Posted on · After being cancelled during the COVID-19 pandemic, the performing arts are cautiously returning to Houston. The latest example is the Houston Ballet, which returned to live dance earlier this month – with a performance that was powerful both on and off stage.

Next Question

NEXT QUESTION (Ep 22): Choreographer Trey McIntyre, Dr. Umair Shah, Pop Culture Conclave, And The Music Of Charlie Crockett

Posted on · On this episode, Executive Director of Harris Country Public Health, Dr. Umair Shah; inside the creative mind of dancer/choreographer Trey McIntyre; Our Pop Culture Conclave reconvenes to talk about the film I Still Believe, and all those cancellations; and we have singer Charley Crockett with "I Am Not Afraid."

Houston Matters

Thursday’s Show: Rodeo Cancelled, And Balancing Safety With Privacy (March 12, 2020)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: Why local officials cancelled the rodeo, balancing public safety with privacy concerns, how immigration policy changes affect performing arts, and a ballet piece set to the music of David Bowie.

Unwrap Your Candies Now

Live From Theater District Open House!

Posted on · The annual Open House marks the official start of the city’s performing arts season, and “Unwrap Your Candies Now” was there to find out what operas, symphonies, ballets, chamber music, jazz, plays and Broadway musicals are in store for Houston audiences.

Houston Matters

Full Show: Political Roundup, And Houston’s Best Late-Night Eats (June 6, 2018)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We learn about a school safety summit being held today. Our local experts break down the latest political stories. Local food writers discuss their favorite places to go for late-night dining. And we learn about a new Houston Ballet performance inspired by Houston’s resilience during and after Harvey.

Houston Matters

Full Show: How Arts Organizations Can Prepare For Disasters, And Teaching Etiquette In The 21st Century (March 15, 2018)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We get an update on the post-Harvey recovery process in Fort Bend County. Then, local arts organizations share the lessons they learned from Harvey. Plus, our non-experts discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And a local educator teaches college students etiquette.