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BWW Review: THE NETHER Disturbs and Delights at the AlleyBWW Review: THE NETHER Disturbs and Delights at the Alley
by Alexander Garza - May 20, 2016

THE NETHER is a chilling tale about how the division between technology and our lives begin to blur, and the ethical consequences that result when access to this technology fall into the wrong hands. Engaging performances from an all-star cast, unique character development, notable set and lighting designs, and intricate storytelling had me on the edge of my seat for its 85 minute run time. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at THE NETHER at Alley TheatrePhoto Flash: First Look at THE NETHER at Alley Theatre
by BWW News Desk - May 17, 2016

Alley Theatre Artistic Director Gregory Boyd presents THE NETHER, a play written by Jennifer Haley and directed by Gregory Boyd and James Black. THE NETHER runs now through May 29 in the Neuhaus Theatre. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below! (more...)

BWW Interview: NobleMotion Artistic Directors Talk L'DOR VADOR: THREE GENERATIONS OF POETRY AND DANCEBWW Interview: NobleMotion Artistic Directors Talk L'DOR VADOR: THREE GENERATIONS OF POETRY AND DANCE
by Katricia Lang - Apr 6, 2016

NobleMotion Dance's Andy Noble says art is in his family's DNA. Perhaps this is why his grandparents, Hans and Ilse Juergensen, and his mother, Claudia Juergensen Noble, are the nucleus of L'DOR VADOR: THREE GENERATIONS OF POETRY AND DANCE, he and his wife's multidisciplinary contemporary dance creation. (more...)

BWW Review: GROUNDED Is Taut And Focused At The Alley TheatreBWW Review: GROUNDED Is Taut And Focused At The Alley Theatre
by Jenny Taylor Moodie - Apr 2, 2016

BWW Review: GROUNDED Honors The Humanity In All Of Us At The Alley Theatre (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at George Brant's GROUNDED at Alley TheatrePhoto Flash: First Look at George Brant's GROUNDED at Alley Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Mar 31, 2016

Alley Theatre presents George Brant's tour de force production, Grounded. Director Jackson Gay collaborates with Alley Company Artist Elizabeth Bunch in this riveting one-woman show about a female fighter pilot's struggle to return to civilian life. Check out a first look below! (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Houston Grand Opera's PRINCE OF PLAYERSPhoto Flash: First Look at Houston Grand Opera's PRINCE OF PLAYERS
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2016

Houston Grand Opera (HGO) presents the world premiere of PRINCE OF PLAYERS by distinguished American composer Carlisle Floyd on March 5, 11, and 13, 2016. A chamber opera in two acts, PRINCE OF PLAYERS is a high-spirited period piece that examines the fluidity of sexuality and gender roles. Scroll down for a first look at the cast onstage! (more...)

NobleMotion Dance to Bring ORIGIN to The Barn, 1/22-23NobleMotion Dance to Bring ORIGIN to The Barn, 1/22-23
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2016

NobleMotion Dance, known for intense physicality, stunning theatricality, and unique collaborations, is excited to present the second annual Next Step Series, offering an original evening of work by Jesus Acosta, Catalina Alexandra, and Jennifer Mabus in their premier of Origin at The Barn, January 22-23 at 8 PM. (more...)

BWW Interview: Baritone Joshua Hopkins Talks HGO's THE LITTLE PRINCEBWW Interview: Baritone Joshua Hopkins Talks HGO's THE LITTLE PRINCE
by Katricia Lang - Dec 7, 2015

Another treat in the midst of cold weather for Houstonians- Portman & Wright's THE LITTLE PRINCE, the second opera in HGO's holiday series. The two act opera, sung entirely in English, is based on French literary giant Antoine de Saint-Exupery's fantastical novella of the same name. A pilot, hopelessly stranded in the desert, makes the acquaintance of a Little Prince and, in their journey to safety, the two meet a cast of colorful characters and spark up an unlikely friendship. (more...)

San Francisco Opera Presents SWEENEY TODD for the First Time, Starting TonightSan Francisco Opera Presents SWEENEY TODD for the First Time, Starting Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2015

Stephen Sondheim's macabre musical thriller Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street receives its highly anticipated San Francisco Opera premiere in a production featuring a cast of notable operatic stars and performed with Sondheim's original score for the lyric stage. (more...)

NobleMotion's STORM FRONT Comes to The Hobby Center This WeekendNobleMotion's STORM FRONT Comes to The Hobby Center This Weekend
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2015

NobleMotion Dance, known for its physically daring and visually stunning work, brings Storm Front: Experience the Elements to The Hobby Center's Zilkha Hall, this weekend, August 28 & 29 at 7:30 PM. (more...)

San Francisco Opera to Present SWEENEY TODD for the First Time This FallSan Francisco Opera to Present SWEENEY TODD for the First Time This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 12, 2015

Stephen Sondheim's macabre musical thriller Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street receives its highly anticipated San Francisco Opera premiere in a production featuring a cast of notable operatic stars and performed with Sondheim's original score for the lyric stage. (more...)

Violinist Todd Reynolds and More Set for July 2015 Programs at The Jewish MuseumViolinist Todd Reynolds and More Set for July 2015 Programs at The Jewish Museum
by BWW News Desk - Jul 8, 2015

The Jewish Museum's 2015 slate of lectures, discussions, and events continues in July with a concert featuring violinist Todd Reynolds, part of the Museum's partnership with Bang on a Can; a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the exhibition, Repetition and Difference, with curators Susan L. Braunstein and Daniel S. Palmer; and Alexander Tochilovsky of Cooper Union discussing graphic design-related materials in the exhibition, Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television. In addition, the Whitney Museum of American Art and Cooper Union are co-presenting programs related to Revolution of the Eye. (more...)

Violinist Todd Reynolds and More Set for July 2015 Programs at The Jewish MuseumViolinist Todd Reynolds and More Set for July 2015 Programs at The Jewish Museum
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2015

The Jewish Museum's 2015 slate of lectures, discussions, and events continues in July with a concert featuring violinist Todd Reynolds, part of the Museum's partnership with Bang on a Can; a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the exhibition, Repetition and Difference, with curators Susan L. Braunstein and Daniel S. Palmer; and Alexander Tochilovsky of Cooper Union discussing graphic design-related materials in the exhibition, Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television. In addition, the Whitney Museum of American Art and Cooper Union are co-presenting programs related to Revolution of the Eye. (more...)

NobleMotion's STORM FRONT Comes to The Hobby Center This AugustNobleMotion's STORM FRONT Comes to The Hobby Center This August
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2015

NobleMotion Dance, known for its physically daring and visually stunning work, brings Storm Front: Experience the Elements to The Hobby Center's Zilkha Hall, August 28 & 29 at 7:30 PM. (more...)

NobleMotion Dance Welcomes New Executive DirectorNobleMotion Dance Welcomes New Executive Director
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2015

NobleMotion Dance announces the hiring of Hector Perez as the new full-time Executive Director of the organization. Andy and Dionne Noble will remain as Artistic Directors of NobleMotion Dance. Together, NobleMotion's goals are to create a premiere dance company, a well-managed business, and a clear legacy of talent, civic pride, and artistic accomplishments. We believe Hector Perez will help lead our organization to new heights. (Photo by Lynn Lane) (more...)

BWW Interviews: Simon Callow Talks Dicken's Genius, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, and Good Old-Fashioned ActingBWW Interviews: Simon Callow Talks Dicken's Genius, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, and Good Old-Fashioned Acting
by Katricia Lang - Dec 17, 2014

Our interviewee is the beloved British actor and Dickens authority Simon Callow. He has mastered the stage but also appeared in Dr. Who (fittingly as Charles Dickens). In his lengthy acting career, he has acted in television, theatre, and film. At the moment, he is the librettist and director for Houston Grand Opera's A CHRISTMAS CAROL and the best person to we can discuss this fresh, modern take on the beloved Christmas story with. (more...)

Houston Grand Opera Brings THE PASSENGER to Park Avenue Armory, 7/10-13Houston Grand Opera Brings THE PASSENGER to Park Avenue Armory, 7/10-13
by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2014

Houston Grand Opera's U.S. premiere of Mieczyslaw Weinberg's The Passenger-the long-suppressed Holocaust opera that Shostakovich declared "a perfect masterpiece"-earned virtually universal acclaim earlier this year (more...)

BWW Reviews: Houston Grand Opera's CARMEN is Sultry and OpulentBWW Reviews: Houston Grand Opera's CARMEN is Sultry and Opulent
by David Clarke - Apr 27, 2014

Closing their 2013-14 Season, HGO is presenting Georges Bizet's acclaimed CARMEN. For this production, Award winning Broadway Director and Choreographer Rob Ashford took the reins and has created a CARMEN that is as beautiful as it is exciting. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Houston Grand Opera's DAS RHEINGOLD is Full-Throttle SpectacleBWW Reviews: Houston Grand Opera's DAS RHEINGOLD is Full-Throttle Spectacle
by David Clarke - Apr 15, 2014

Houston Grand Opera, which opened a lavish production of DAS RHEINGOLD this past weekend, is proudly kicking off their first Ring Cycle by Richard Wagner. Like any modern production of Wagner's Ring Cycle, Houston Grand Opera is sparing no expense. At Sunday's matinee, the audience leapt to their feet for curtain call and clamored excitedly about this show and what's still to come in the cycle. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Houston Grand Opera's A COFFIN IN EGYPT is Rarely MovingBWW Reviews: Houston Grand Opera's A COFFIN IN EGYPT is Rarely Moving
by David Clarke - Mar 16, 2014

Houston Grand Opera is presenting the World Premiere of A COFFIN IN EGYPT, a one-act chamber opera based on Horton Foote's play by the same title. Known for crafting touching sentimentality and riveting drama, Horton Foote's legacy is sure to be celebrated for centuries to come. However, this operatic adaptation of A COFFIN IN EGYPT browbeats audiences with nostalgic sentimentality and rarely moves us to feel anything. (more...)

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