Drawing on 60 hours of interviews with homeless residents, the production transmutes daily life and hardship into art.
Articles by David Theis
Since 1980, migrants fleeing poverty, violence, and natural disaster have come here for refuge from an intolerant world.
As characters flit from one unzoned neighborhood to another, this new short story collection explores the city’s identity through crime.
The 11 short biographies included in the book — largely tales of suffering, redemption and mystery — are told with great sensitivity and warmth.
Laird does a masterful job of showing how, for many performers, the whole question of authenticity has become ridiculous.
Kyle Shelton’s even-handed new history never lets the reader forget that one person’s infrastructure disappointment is another person’s happiness.
The oldest public park in Houston has been transformed by a $33 million renovation. But will it be enough to save the Third Ward?
Carol and Hurt Porter Jr. ran a well-connected, million-dollar "model charity" in Houston—until it all came crashing down.