THE THEATER DISTRICT is an impressive cultural and entertainment center. The district features nine renowned performing arts organizations, and many smaller ones, in four venues – Jones Hall, Wortham Theater Center, Alley Theatre and Hobby Center for the Performing Arts.

You’ll also find Bayou Place which includes the Sundance Cinema, Bayou Music Center and a variety of restaurants and clubs and family-favorite Landry’s Downtown Aquarium which is just a short walk away from the major theaters.

 

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Broadway at the Hobby Center DIRTY DANCING – THE CLASSIC STORY ON STAGE comes to the Hobby Center Nov. 18-23
 

Alley Theatre
A Christmas Carol
Nov. 21 - Dec. 24, 2014
A Christmas Carol returns with a re-telling of Charles Dickens' classic story. For Ticket Info »

Houston Ballet
The Nutcracker

Nov 28-Dec 28
Set to the iconic Tchaikovsky score, Journey with Clara as she dances on the arm of the Nutcracker Prince in The Nutcracker

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Da Camera
The Romeros Guitar Quartet | Jan 24
Jason Moran's Rauschenberg Project | Feb 7

World's most prominent classical guitar ensemble. World premiere by Houston native jazz pianist and composer.

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Houston Grand Opera
2014-2015 Season
  HGO’s 2014-15 Season is everything that makes opera grand. Subscribe today and save up to 65% off single tickets for all seven operas.

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Houston Symphony
Handel's Messiah | December 19, 20, 21, 2014
  A fixture of the Houston holiday season, Handel's Messiah is a transcendent and captivating masterpiece featuring the timeless Hallelujah Chorus.

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Society For The Performing Arts believes that the arts are a measure of a civilized society and a catalyst for the enrichment, growth and pleasure for all citizens of that society.

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Theatre Under The Stars
Radio City Christmas Spectacular | Dec. 5 - 28
The Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes triumphantly returns with an ALL NEW SHOW!

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Broadway at the Hobby Center
DIRTY DANCING | Nov 18 - Nov 23
DIRTY DANCING - THE CLASSIC STORY ON STAGE is a record-breaking live theatre sensation, exploding with heartpounding music, passionate romance and sensational dancing.

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Ars Lyrica
Flying High | Nov 14
The first of a season-long tribute to the Bach dynasty, this program includes works by Carl Phillipp Emanuel Bach, Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, plus Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Coffee Cantata.”

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» ¡Felices Fiestas! Ars Lyrica NYE Concert & Gala
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Free Self-Guided Tour App Brings Houston’s Downtown History to Life
From the iconic modern architecture of its world-renown Theater District to the tranquil greenspaces of Buffalo Bayou, downtown Houston is filled with history. Now a mobile app brings downtown’s story ... Go to Under the Red Stacks
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Whether you’re a long-time resident or visiting the Bayou City for the first time, there’s no questioning Houston is experiencing an incredible burst of development, particularly within its Downtown core. ... Go to Plugged In
Baker Monument updates
The stone plaques at Baker Common in the downtown Theater District have been redone with a larger type face to increase readability. Go to Centerstage
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