D.L. Groover

D.L. Groover

D.L. Groover writes on the arts for the Houston Press, OutSmart magazine, Arts & Culture, and Dance Source Houston. He has received two national awards for his theater criticism from the Association of Alternative Newsmedia (AAN), and has previously won three statewide Lone Star Press awards for the same. He is co-author of the irreverent appreciation Skeletons from the Opera Closet (St. Martin’s Press), now in its fourth printing.
Arts & Entertainment

Fall 2021 Stage & Theater Preview

Fifteen must-see performances to welcome live theater back to Houston.

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OutSmart’s Fall 2019 Arts & Entertainment Guide

Houston's theater scene just keeps getting better.

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AUTUMN SCENERY: OutSmart’s Annual Arts & Entertainment Preview

A colorful slate of 2018-19 shows will relieve your midterm anxiety.

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ARTS PREVIEW: Houston Theater Is Your Safe Space

Impressive lineup of fall shows will take your mind off our troubled world.

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Fall Arts Preview: Get Thee to a Theater or Museum!

So, pick something—anything, really—and let live theater change your life. It really can, if you let it.

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Get Thee to a Theater: 2015 Houston Fall Theater Preview

Into the breach! Get thee to a theater! The experience will change your life in deeper, more meaningful ways than…

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Bells Are Ringing

In this Betty Comden, Adoph Green, and Jule Styne classic from 1956, originally directed by Jerome Robbins and co-choreographed with…

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OutSmart’s 2014 Fall Arts Preview!

The Houston stages glitter in riches during this 2014 fall season.

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Fall Arts Preview 2013

The heat is on. What our exemplary, numerous, and diverse theaters have in store this fall is positively designed to…

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Arts & Entertainment

OutSmart’s Fall Arts Preview!

The 2012 fall arts season has plenty to keep us occupied, distracted, or thinking deep thoughts until the end of…

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