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Surface Tension: Group show, through March 10; Hunter Gather, 5320 Gulfton, Suite 15;
Sunday; The Ensemble Theatre, 3535 Main; $19-$44; 713-520-0055, Tuesday; Alice Pratt Brown Hall, Rice University, entrances 8 and 18; $25-$75; 713-348-5400, houstonfriendsofchamber The Blue Collar: Ceramics by Kelly and Kyle Phelps; opens Saturday, through March 22; Hooks-Epstein Galleries, 2631 Colquitt; 713-522-0718, More Broadway at the Box: Revue frames show tunes, classic and contemporary, within comic skits about a washed-up Broadway diva recalling her career; 8 p.m. March 2 and 16; Music Box Theatre, 2623 Colquitt; $37; 713-522-7722, Sundays; Main Street Theater at Chelsea Market, 4617 Montrose; $42; 800-514-3849, Sunday; Texas Repertory Theatre Co., 14243 Stuebner Airline; $35; 281-583-7573, Sunday; Pasadena Little Theatre, 4318 Allen-Genoa; $14; 713-941-1758, Sunday; Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana; $29-$121; 713-224-7575, Braeswood; free, reservations required; 713-771-6221, Ext. Sunday; Northwoods Presbyterian Church, 3320 FM 1960 W.; free, donations accepted; 713-687-3465, Marc Garvin and Guillermo Serpas: The guitarists are joined by a band of Latin players in a concert about how flamenco and Latin music are rooted in Sephardic culture. Sunday; Evelyn Rubinstein Jewish Community Center, 5601 S. Symphony North of Houston: The community orchestra, led by Reynaldo Ochoa, performs American works, including Kevin Puts' Marimba Concerto, with soloist Luke Hubley and William Grant Still's "Afro-American Symphony." 4 p.m. Houston Friends of Chamber Music: The Faure Quartett, a German piano-and-strings ensemble, returns to Houston to play Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, Richard Strauss' Piano Quartet and Frank Bridge's "Phantasy." p.m. Andrea Biancoli: "Tunnel City," through March 15; Barbara Davis Gallery, 4411 Montrose; 713-520-9200, Context: "The First Romantics" features works for piano and strings by Jan Vaclav Vorisek, Carl Maria von Weber and Prussian Prince Louis Ferdinand. Sunday; Alice Pratt Brown Hall, Rice University, entrances 8 and 18; $28; 713-665-2620, Galleries Bayou City Chic: "Progressive Streams of Modern Art in Houston, 1950-1980," through March 8; William Reaves Fine Art, 2313 Brun; 713-521-7500, FREE Houston Museum of African-American Culture: "Cross Section: Latino Artists in Texas," through March 16; 4807 Caroline; 713-526-1015,
FREE Menil Collection: "Magritte: Mystery of the Ordinary," through June 1; "Memories of a Voyage," through July 13; "Lee Bontecou: Drawn Worlds," through May 11; 1533 Sul Ross; 713-525-9400,
Ken Little: Sculpture, installation and performance, through March 1; D. Steve Murphy: "Awakened in Mid-Air," through March 8; Anya Tish Gallery, 4411 Montrose; 713-524-2299, Salon Style: Installation by Jason Villegas and Michael Tedja, opens 6 p.m.
Not a Statistical Interstices: Group exhibit by Marshall Harris, Sarah Sudhoff and Kyle Olson; through March 22; Nicole Longnecker Gallery, 2625 Colquitt; 713-591-4997, Books," through Saturday; Hiram Butler Gallery, 4520 Blossom; 713-863-7097, Thursday, through March 15; Zoya Tommy Contemporary, 4411 Montrose; 713-523-7424,
Its wandering character wears a mirror-like sculpture like a backpack that reflects ... Haul: New video and paintings by Cheryl Donegan; opens 6 p.m.
more Theater Ghost: National tour of the 2012 Broadway musical, based on the movie about two lovers not quite separated by death; p.m. Friday, through March 29; David Shelton Gallery, 3909 Main; 832-528-0924, The Limit of the Visual World: Installation, paintings and drawings by Fernando Casas; presentation with Gremillion and Co. and Redbud Gallery, through Sunday; G Gallery, 301 E. Bert Long: "Back and Beyond" and "Paul Horn: Ancient Aliens," through March 8; Deborah Colton Gallery, 2445 North; 713-869-5151,
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