Five Minutes With Barbara Horan, Owner, the historic Texan Theater

by Lisa Davis on December 5, 2019

With a history as long as the Trinity River, the Texan Theater has been brought back to life.  In 1935, the Texan Theater became one of several movie theaters in the tiny North Texas town...

“Holiday Heroes,” ZACH Theatre’s Family Musical

by Lisa Davis on December 3, 2019

“Holiday Heroes” enables kids of all ages to celebrate the differences in the world around them. There’s nothing like a ZACH Theatre holiday musical to usher in the start of the Christmas season. This 45-minute...

Texas Essentials: J. Robert Moore, Actor, Director & “Golden Girls” Fan 

by Lisa Davis on November 26, 2019

J. Robert Moore says, “If I wasn’t acting, and I didn’t work in the theater at all, I would probably---be very sad and gloomy somewhere.” As a result of being called “so dramatic” by his...

Fallon Tonight Stuns at UT Austin

by Daniel Ramirez on November 7, 2019

Earlier this week, Jimmy Fallon, host of the Tonight Show, fell back into the fountain waters on the University of Texas at Austin campus. If you’re from Austin or went to UT, you know the...

ZACH Theatre’s “Jungalbook,” Tale of Loyalty & Betrayal

by Lisa Davis on November 4, 2019

Adventure awaits in a jungle where danger lurks in every tree and only the brave dare enter!  ZACH Theatre opens its 2019-20 Family Series season with the retelling of Rudyard Kipling’s Mowgli stories, “Jungalbook.” Adapted...

Glamorous and Galvanizing: Firehouse Theatre’s Gala Previews 2020

by N.L. Thi-Hamrick on October 31, 2019

In show-stopping style, The Firehouse Theatre announced its 2020 season with glam and glitz. Firehouse’s Curtain Call Gala brought guys and gals glittering with sequins, bejeweled headpieces, sharp fedoras and shimmering flapper gowns to the...

Little Shop of Horrors Plays in the Heart of Lakeway

by Lisa Davis on October 14, 2019

Little Shop of Horrors will leave audiences second guessing gardening. Surrounded by the glorious views of Lake Travis sits an intimate tiny gem tucked away in the Texas Hill Country. The gem: TexARTS’ Kam &...

Five Minutes With Karina Gonzalez, Houston Ballet’s First Latina Principal Ballerina

by Gabi De la Rosa on October 14, 2019

Carving her own path and breaking through any boundary put in front of her is just a matter of course for Karina Gonzalez. The Venezuelan native started ballet quite by accident as a young girl...

Steven Dietz’s “Dracula” Takes a Feminist Bite at ZACH Theatre 

by Lisa Davis on October 9, 2019

Arriving in time for the Halloween season, Steven Dietz’s “Dracula” is a 21st century spin on an old, wickedly seductive tale, playing at Austin’s ZACH Theatre. The Dracula-esque atmosphere begins in the eerily transformed lobby of...