Author Archive

REVIEW: ‘Pride and Prejudice’ at 4th Wall Theatre

The great grand dame of hate-becomes-love stories Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice always held a current of social commentary beneath the surface of the glorious romance. ... | Read More

Catching up with North Texas Theater: A Conversation with Lindsey Wilson

Lindsey Wilson is hands down one of the most prolific theater writers in Texas. ... | Read More

REVIEW: Nicolas Moufarrege at the CAMH

The story of Nicolas Moufarrege is a sad one. Lost to the AIDS crisis in New York City at the age of 36, the artist had only been in practice for a decade and undoubtedly had much left to produce. Curated by Dean Daderko and on view at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston through Feb. 17, 2019, Nicolas Moufarrege: Recognize My Sign is the first solo museum exhibition for Moufarrege.... | Read More

REVIEW: Nicolas Moufarrege at the CAMH

The story of Nicolas Moufarrege is a sad one. Lost to the AIDS crisis in New York City at the age of 36, the artist had only been in practice for a decade and undoubtedly had much left to produce. Curated by Dean Daderko and on view at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston through Feb. 17, 2019, Nicolas Moufarrege: Recognize My Sign is the first solo museum exhibition for Moufarrege.... | Read More

REVIEW: Ghada Amer at Dallas Contemporary

Fingers hover over lips and breasts, hair cascades over and around faces, kisses are blown and shared, pleasure is given and received: Ghada Amer’s ceramic sculptures shiver with ecstatic encounter. ... | Read More

REVIEW: Ars Lyrica’s ‘Agrippina’

When Matthew Dirst was a graduate student in France, a splashy revival of a long-neglected 17th-century opera galvanized his love of baroque music. ... | Read More

Sci-Fi Theater: The Epic Adventure of ‘Panto Star Force’ at Stages

If you are familiar with a certain popular space franchise enjoying a reboot right now, you might see some similarities with this years Panto at Stages Repertory Theatre, which promises to take us to a galaxy far, far away. ... | Read More

Loop38 and Texas New Music Ensemble Stir up Houston’s Contemporary Music Scene

A pair of excellent new music concerts on the Houston calendar this month illuminated the distinct yet overlapping currents that shape the body of contemporary music.... | Read More

Loop38 and Texas New Music Ensemble Stir up Houston’s Contemporary Music Scene

A pair of excellent new music concerts on the Houston calendar this month illuminated the distinct yet overlapping currents that shape the body of contemporary music.... | Read More

Texas Lens: Ian Casady’s 20 years at Houston Ballet

Houston Ballet Principal Ian Casady will be honored for his twenty spectacular years with the company during the Margaret Alkek Williams Jubilee of Dance on Nov. 30 at the Wortham Center.... | Read More
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