Let's keep it classy this week with the creme de la creme artsy groups in the city, shall we? On the sched are witty and deeply emotional operas, a musical that reminds us of the... 11 hours ago | CultureMap Houston
In less than two weeks the team behind a gestating documentary about a legendary Houston dance club will kick off a Kickstarter campaign to finish production. January 23, 2015 | Houston Chronicle
For years, Nickelodeon arranged and rearranged those children's sitcom building blocks to spectacular effect. children - as ratings declines have taught Nickelodeon and its cable... January 23, 2015 | Houston Chronicle
the trailer alone for "The Boy Next Door" was already getting laughs and not for the right reasons, especially for the not-so-subtle phrase "I love your mom's cookies." The high... January 23, 2015 | Houston Chronicle
There are good things in the animated musical fantasy "Strange Magic": the ultra-detailed, photorealistic animation; the name-that-tune pleasures of a mashup-jukebox soundtrack;... January 23, 2015 | Houston Chronicle
The Book of Mormon is wowing audiences at the Hobby Center through Feb. 8. But on the cast's night off, they will still be singing — for a good cause. "Charity in Song," a... January 22, 2015 | CultureMap Houston
Houston-based River Oaks Chamber Orchestra (ROCO) has commissioned 43 works in their ten-year history January 22, 2015 | Arts & Culture Texas
Mortdecai is creeping into theaters with the flushed shame of a debutante who expects to be pelted with tomatoes. It's a pity. In 1965, Mortdecai would be the hit of the year.... January 22, 2015 | Houston Press
The world needs fewer tasteful movies about distasteful things. It definitely doesn't need J.C. Chandor's A Most Violent Year, in which Oscar Isaac plays a nouveau-riche heating-... January 22, 2015 | Houston Press
Blind presale tickets for Houston's largest summer music festival, Free Press Summer Fest, went on sale at 10 a.m. today and didn't last long. January 21, 2015 | Houston Chronicle
Crossing paths in a labyrinth isn't an objective in the meditative experience of walking these historically based creations, but that's just how one such "maze" came to being in... January 21, 2015 | CultureMap Houston
Dallas philanthropic duo Gene Jones and daughter Charlotte Jones Anderson recently summoned the press, Texas Cultural Trust board members and friends, and arts patrons to AT&T... January 21, 2015 | CultureMap Houston