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Alley Theatre

Alley Theatre

615 Texas Ave
Houston, TX 77002   Directions

(713) 220-5700


The Tony-award winning Alley Theatre in Downtown Houston is the crown jewel in H-Town's thriving stage arts scene. The talented cast, crew and producers never fail to challenge themselves with a wide variety of plays each season. Previously performed plays include: The Mousetrap, St. Nicholas, A Behanding in Spokane, A Christmas Carol, Peter Pan, Amadeus, and Pygmalion. 

The Alley continues its educational and outreach efforts each year, encouraging young playwrights, performers and future patrons to participate and explore. Programs include From Stage to Page, HYPE (Houston Young Playwrights Exchange) and the Young Performers Studio.

Arena Theater

Arena Theater

7326 Southwest Fwy
Houston, TX 77074   Directions

(713) 772-5900


Catch one of your favorite musicians or bands at the Arena Theater, a legend in Houston's music scene. As one of Houston's oldest concert venues, the Arena Theatre is notable for its arena-in-the-round style and excellent acoustics that have showcased such legendary and notable performers as Willie Nelson, BB King, Tom Jones, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, Foreigner, REO Speedwagon, Clint Black, and Huey Lewis and the News.

The intimate setting feels more like a private event than a concert venue. All seats are less than 60 feet from the stage, giving you the feeling that you are part of the show, not just a spectator. The stage revolves, too, so every seat in the house is an excellent one. Full-service bars and a secure parking garage are among the many amenities here.

Houston Ballet

Houston Ballet

501 Texas Ave
Houston, TX 77002   Directions

(713) 227-2787


Experience the magic of ballet at the annual performance of "The Nutcracker" by the Houston Ballet, the troupe regularly debuts new works throughout its season.

Houston Symphony

Houston Symphony

615 Louisiana St
Houston, TX 77002   Directions

(713) 224-7575


It's always a season to remember at the Houston Symphony. Throughout the year, the institution cultivates musical appreciation for all tastes. The symphony produces a classical season, pops season, a family series and symphony specials, so there are plenty of opportunities to catch a performance on a romantic date.

Miller Outdoor Theatre

Miller Outdoor Theatre

6000 Hermann Park Dr
Houston, TX 77030   Directions

(281) 373-3386


Enjoy outdoor entertainment under the stars at the Miller Outdoor Theatre where it has been Houston’s venue for free outdoor performances since 1923. The theatre offers the most diverse eight-month season of professional entertainment that includes Classical music, jazz, ethnic music and dance, ballet, Shakespeare, musical theatre, classic films, and much more. Relax in the covered seating area or enjoy a pre-performance picnic on the hillside. All performances at Miller are family-friendly! 

It is located on approximately 7.5 acres of land in Hermann Park, site of the Houston Zoo, the Garden Center and the Museum of Natural Science. Seating is provided for 1,705 patrons and 20 wheelchair spaces, plus a sloping lawn that accommodates approximately 4,500 more on blankets or lawn chairs.

Stages Repertory Theatre

Stages Repertory Theatre

3201 Allen Pkwy
Houston, TX 77019   Directions

(713) 527-0123


Catch live entertainment at Stages Repertory Theatre, where the plays push the boundaries of everyday theater. A talented troupe, guest performers and a penchant for putting a modern spin on classics define this popular playhouse.

Known for presenting cutting-edge works that push the boundaries of traditional performances, Stages produces original plays, puts a modern spin on classics and nurtures new talent in writing and performing. The repertory troupe includes talented performers, artists and stage professionals from the Houston area and presents guest artists from around the world.

Stageworks Theatre

Stageworks Theatre

10760 Grant Rd
Houston, TX 77070   Directions

(281) 587-6100


Catch a family-friendly production at Stageworks Theatre. Some mainstage productions include: A Christmas Carol, The Drowsy Chaperone, Sylvia, Harvey, Beehive: A 60s Musical, Mamma Mia!, and more.

Stageworks Theatre produces eight theatrical works (dramas, comedies, and musicals) each season which reflect high artistic quality and cultural diversity. They strive to inspire adults, teens, and children by providing a safe and encouraging environment that fosters creativity, respect, personal growth, and character development.

Talento Bilingue de Houston

Talento Bilingue de Houston

333 S Jensen Dr
Houston, TX 77003   Directions

(713) 222-1213


Enjoy performances and exhibits by Talento Bilingue de Houston, which has evolved into a cultural arts center that includes workshops, a summer arts camp for children, and school touring productions.

The Hobby Center For The Performing Arts

The Hobby Center For The Performing Arts

800 Bagby St
Houston, TX 77002   Directions

(713) 315-2400


The Hobby Center For The Performing Arts is a soaring feat of architecture and versatility, featuring 60-foot high glass walls with sweeping views of the downtown skyline. Inside the Hobby Center, you'll see full-scale Broadway productions and first rate performance companies that elevate the Houston arts and nightlife scene. The center is also home to two diverse theaters that accommodate a variety of performances, Sarofim Hall and Zilkha Hall.

Theatre Southwest

Theatre Southwest

8944-A Clarkcrest St
Houston, TX 77063   Directions

(713) 661-9505


It was once the little theater that could. Today, Theatre Southwest continues its passion for performance with six productions, a Festival of Originals and monthly workshops. The entertainment venue showcases seasoned performers and break-out talent.

As the theater continues to evolve and grow, it looks to lead Houston into a new era of breathtaking performances and live entertainment.

Theatre Suburbia

Theatre Suburbia

4106 Way Out West Dr
Houston, TX 77092   Directions

(713) 682-3525


Theatre Suburbia is an all-volunteer theater with all-heart, and all-talent that is located in the Oak Forest area of Houston, and has been producing a full year of plays since it began in 1957.

The ensemble has a growing reputation for flawless productions, paired with a knack for choosing challenging, lesser-known scripts. Recent productions include Panic, Waiting To Be Mended, and If It's Monday, This Must Be Christmas.

Theatre Under The Stars

Theatre Under The Stars

800 Bagby St
Houston, TX 77002   Directions

(713) 558-8887


Sit under a ceiling of twinkling lights inside the Theatre Under The Stars and watch timeless classics in addition to new and innovative musical productions. You'll find featured shows like Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, The Wiz, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Mamma Mia!, Ragtime, Jerome Robbins' Broadway, and more.

Though the TUTS group originally performed outdoors at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, today, TUTS performs in the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, a 2,650-seat theater with a fiber-optic ceiling that twinkles as the lights dim, harkening back to the theater troupe's "open-air" performances. The free live shows remain a summer staple for the Houston public.

Wortham Theater

Wortham Theater

501 Texas Ave
Houston, TX 77002   Directions

(832) 487-7000


There's always something exciting to see at the Wortham Theater for it is home to the Houston Ballet, the Houston Grand Opera, and Da Camera of Houston, a group that performs chamber and jazz music. In addition, it hosts social galas, civic meetings, corporate and group events and weddings.

The Center's architectural design, designed by Eugene Aubry of Morris Aubry Architects, has been lauded as a cutting edge study in form and function. It also houses two theaters: the 2,500-seat Alice and George Brown Theater and the 1,100-seat Roy and Lillie Cullen Theater.

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