I contributed my first article to the state-wide publication, Arts and Culture Texas, in 2013. I’ve written feature stories on Houston Ballet, Dance Salad Festival, Performing Arts Houston (formerly SPAH), Houston Contemporary Dance Company and more.
Tag Archives: Arts+Culture Magazine
These Stories Have Houston and Dance in Common
Learn about the Houston-based quartet Group Acorde and the two dancers and two musicians who founded it. Then, read the University of St. Thomas dance program’s origin story.
Houston Institutions: Dance Salad, “Sky” Dance & SPA’s New CEO
Three articles for Arts+Culture Texas Magazine covering Dance Salad’s 2019 festival, aerial dance throughout the state of Texas and an interview with Meg Booth, CEO of Houston’s Society of the Performing Arts.
Falling for Sunshine and Dance Festivals
It’s early fall so there’s much to write about in Houston dance. First up, my review of Fringe Festival contribution “The Sky Was Wild With Sunshine,” choreographed by Ashley Horn Nott. Followed by a feature article for Arts+Culture Magazine’s October issue, available in print and online, entitled “The Fest Test: The Impact of Dance Festivals …
Cultural Awareness at Houston’s JCC and SMU Alumni Making Dance in Texas
SMU grads go big right here at home. These leaders and influencers in Texas dance are releasing shockwaves, some of which are felt far beyond state lines. Plus, a recap of Dance Month events at the Kaplan.