THE ART OF BEING
PERFECTLY IMPERFECT


What if the way we live completely embraces who we are – the imperfect, improper, clumsy and beautiful mess. What if we stopped stressing about having a perfectly organized home and do what we can. What if we stop working till last minute and skipping meals because we enjoy taking care of our body. What if we stop hiding every freckle, wrinkle and spot on our face because beauty is impermanent and fleeting.
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OBSIDIAN THEATER PRESENTS ANTONY & CLEOPATRA
Director Sam Martinez reimagines and brings to life this classic that is rarely produced in modern times. It is Obsidian’s hope that we can remedy this and expose new audiences to this literary and theatrical gem. Martinez, along with the Assistant Director Elizabeth Grant, edited the show for length distilling and streamlining the story to its essence to present a sweeping epic that modern audiences will love.
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BILL HAILEY Sumatran Paintings and Anti-Fascist Still Lifes

Abandoned at birth, Bill Hailey was raised in Asia by missionaries. After dropping out of Baylor University to pursue a burgeoning career in Japanese sushi porn that was tragically cut short in a freak on-set accident, he joined the Royal Army of the Dutch Indies as a mercenary and was stationed in Sumatra. Opening at G Spot Gallery In The Heights. Artist Reception is Saturday Evening, March 4 5:30P.

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  Texas Contemporary Art Fair Highlights Photo Gallery >>

RR/HR ART SHOW
Canal Street / East Side

Photo Story By Dave Sisney

Art can be found anywhere, sometimes in the least expecting places. I was invited to check out a custom motorcycle and car show that also had an offering of art geared toward this subculture. RR/HR located at 5906 Canal Street in Houston, Texas was full of surprises. Check out my Photo gallery.

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Comedy of ErrorsBoiling Point Players continues to entertain with new twists on old classics with their production of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors. While keeping to the Bard's prose and rhyme, the play is seemingly set in the 90's with all the fashion sense that entails. As is the norm for their Shakespearean performances, the Boiling Point Players have an all female cast with heavy amounts of pasted on mustaches and grease paint beards. The result is a solid comedic performance, easy to watch even for those that don't understand Shakespeare. MORE

THE ART OF BEING
PERFECTLY IMPERFECT


What if the way we live completely embraces who we are – the imperfect, improper, clumsy and beautiful mess. What if we stopped stressing about having a perfectly organized home and do what we can. What if we stop working till last minute and skipping meals because we enjoy taking care of our body. What if we stop hiding every freckle, wrinkle and spot on our face because beauty is impermanent and fleeting.
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  Sunday On The Rocks
Victor Renovato, Fashion Designer   Loveleen Saxena And Her World
Mr. Wehnert's Intuitive Eye For Outsider Art   Midsummer's Night Dream: A Totally Tubular Take on a Classic
Bonnie and Clyde By TUTS Underground   Speakeasy: Reliving the Roaring 20's with Booze, Broads and Books
The Importance of Eating Earnest Review   Give Take By Bryan Maynard and Michael Weems
Romeo and Juliet Directed By Scott Carr   Green Day's American Idiot - Review of SRO Production
Speak Easy - A New Musical   A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Smattering Seven
Standing Room Only's 'Assassins'   “SILENCE! The Musical” at Obsidian Theater in June
The Eighth Smattering   Julian Glover, The Consumate British Actor
Margaret Ann Withers   Cherry Muffins: A Devilishly Good Time

 
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