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For more than thirty years Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo has been giving serious balletomanes heartburn, bringing dance masterworks to the brink of travesty, performing "en travesti" and on pointe....
Troy Plummer Treash, a long-established spiritual leader of the Houston LGBT community, returns to his hometown to shepherd one of its most diverse and inclusive churches, tResurrection MCC.
The Houston Symphony’s openly gay chief development officer talks about the upcoming season
Rich Arenschieldt talks with activist (and high school friend) Peter Staley and director David France about their new film chronicling and honoring the work of AIDS activists and others nearly 30 years...
Longtime Houstonians remember the changes—all the little gray “artist” bungalows on a large plot of land bounded by Mandell and Yupon were somewhat suddenly relocated. The Menil Collection opened...
Alan Austin leads the Texas Music Festival
In an era of increased competition for HIV funding, many AIDS service organizations are finding it necessary to cooperate, collaborate, and in some cases combine operations to ensure their longevity.
With the somewhat unexpected resignation of Houston Grand Opera’s general director Anthony Freud last spring, HGO’s board wisely promoted their longtime music director Patrick Summers to its top post.
Houston Grand Opera presents the latest installment in the work of Benjamin Britten, the 20th century’s most important operatic composer, who was also gay.