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 for Art (part two)

November 7–22 Times Square Angel Playwright, actor, and drag artist extraordinaire Charles Busch—he's the Michelangelo of drag, actually—wrote the hardscrabble…

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Arts & Entertainment

Fall for Art

If you can pry yourself away from the 24/7 coverage of the presidential election and get outside the house for…

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Arts & Entertainment

Some Like Art Hot! (continued)

What will Houston's newest modern ballet company do with this classical ballet beauty, originally choreographed by 19th century master choreographer…

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Arts & Entertainment

Some Like Art Hot

Hot enough for you? Well, things will get hotter, as the fall arts season heats up with a range of…

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Featured

Terrence McNally: Live! Love! Write!

Terrence McNally is a gentleman and a scholar. Gracious, measuring his words with all the rightness of Julia Child spooning…

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Arts & Entertainment

Out in the Arts: March 2004

Understandably excited and anxious over his March 4 Houston Grand Opera world premiere End of the Affair, openly gay composer…

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Arts & Entertainment

The Great Gay Way

Richard Greenberg’s gay baseball play Take Me Out may have recently gone to the showers on Broadway after winning numerous…

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Stage

Takin’ a Bite Outta Love

The off-Broadway cult musical hit Bat Boy joyously swoops into Stages Repertory Theatre, and there’s no need to wave your…

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