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Mind the Gap

Dance Source Houston

Mind the Gap

A showcase of danceworks by local choreographers

Dance Source Houston presents the 24th edition of Mind The Gap, an evening of works by local dancemakers including Mackenzie Bingham, Mimi diLuna, Dolly Goyal (Steps for Dancing), Ashley Horn (The Pilot Dance Project), Saliya Ilankoon (Salaru Sri Lankan Cultural Academy), and Preeti Ramakrishnan (Shree Krishna Dance Academy).Read more


LAUNCH presented by Vitacca Ballet is an evening dedicated to Vitacca Ballet’s cast into the Houston arts scene with their debut full length production featuring an evening of original works and a highly anticipated World Premiere titled Hypnotic Forces by International Guest Choreographer Garrett Smith. This fresh and diverse evening of contemporary ballet is one not to be missed.

Artistic Director Kelly Ann Vitacca said “Vitacca Ballet is thrilled to make its Houston debut, LAUNCH. This evening’s repertoire created on Vitacca Ballet by 2022-2023 Season guest choreographers portrays interpersonal exploration common among all of us throughout each juncture in life: community, acceptance, relationships, memories, and forward thought. LAUNCH serves as an approachable opportunity for Houston to experience Vitacca’s developing artistic voice and be part of what we hope to be an everlasting relationship within our vibrant city and beyond.”Read more

New Dimensions in Sight and Sound


New Dimensions in Sight and Sound

Musiqa is proud to bring a new video installation by Carrie Marie Schnieder to the stage, along with a slate of new works by emerging composers from Houston and around the country.

Musiqa is proud to bring Weather Model - a new video installation by Carrie Marie Schneider - to the stage, along with a slate of new works by emerging composers from Houston and around the country. Join us at MATCH on April 29 & 30 to hear new music by Ryne Siesky and Sam Wu, and experience the next stage in Schneider’s years long process of exploring Houstonians’ post-Harvey relationship to water. Read more

Black Butterfly

Harrison Guy presents

Black Butterfly


Black Butterfly is a dance theater production that uses performing arts to celebrate Houston's Black Pride week. Conceived and Directed by Harrison Guy, this performance will highlight dance, live music, and poetry featuring performers from the Black LGBTQ community. The piece aims to pay tribute to those who give us wings to fly.Read more

1968: The Whole World is Watching

Photo by Matthew Hollis

Open Dance Project

1968: The Whole World is Watching

an immersive dance theater production

1968 takes us to Chicago as Yippies, student activists, conscientious objectors, would-be-presidents, poets, musicians, local police, and state troopers collided on the grounds of Grant Park and the streets of Michigan Avenue during the Democratic National Convention in August 1968. This interdisciplinary, multimedia performance investigates the body as both source and site of protest – mining iconic photographs, news media, music, art, actions, and events of 1968 for a deeper understanding of our conflict-ridden, intensely mediated here and now.Read more


This season’s performance highlights the versatility of the Pre-Professional Program at Dance Du Coeur. The show is a celebration of dance in its various forms.  The performance is great show for the whole family as it introduces the many techniques that have shaped the art form of dance as we know it today.  Works will feature both the technical and artistic aspects of dance in a variety of genres, including ballet, the Martha Graham technique, jazz, and contemporary.  Read more