Cuban director Jazz Vilá envisions El Paso as becoming a strong, professional performing arts city, and he’s doing his part to make that happen with the debut of his Spanish play, “Frontera.” The show premieres Monday, Nov. 13 during the University of Texas at El Paso’s International Culture…

While stories about camaraderie and hardships in the military are often told through the news, books and documentaries, The Telling Project gives civilians an opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of these experiences in person.

One of the perks of being a journalist is getting to meet all sorts of people, especially those who make a lasting impression. Comedian Pablo Francisco certainly ranks in the top five.

El Paso has found itself transformed into a nursery for the performing arts. Several new dance companies have been christened over the course of the last three years. Across the city, dance events are being held on a nearly weekly basis. Spotlight on Dance focuses on these new companies, ind…

The El Paso Playhouse opens its 54th season July 21 with Tim Firth’s British comedy-drama based on the 2003 film of the same name. After Annie Clarke’s husband dies of leukemia, she and her best friend Chris Harper resolve to raise money for the local hospital by creating and selling a calen…