37 Results found for Arts + Entertainment
Name District
AIA Houston Theater
315 Capitol, 713-520-0155
Alley Theatre Theater
615 Texas St. , 713-220-5700
The Alley was founded over sixty years ago as Houston’s theatre company. It exists to provide audiences with the highest quality theatre, offering a wide variety of work including new plays, classics, the re-discovered and the rarely-performed, and new musical ...
Ars Lyrica Theater
4807 San Felipe, ste. 202, 713-315-2525
Ars Lyrica Houston (ALH) creates world-class performances of early music for a general audience. ALH uses period instruments because they produce a sweeter, more intimate sound than their modern equivalents and are a better vehicle for the performance of Baroque ...
Atelier Jacquinet International Art Studio and Galleries Warehouse
913 McKee St.
International art studio and gallery of French artist, Francis Jacquinet.
Bayou Place Theater
500 Texas , 713-227-0957
A dining and entertainment hub in the heart of the Theater District. Angelika Film Center, Verizon Wireless Theater and Hard Rock Cafe call it home as well as an assortment of bars and restaurants.
Bisong Art Gallery Warehouse
1305 Sterrett St, 713-498-3015
Bisong Art Gallery specializes in providing collectors, consultants, art lovers, interior designers and corporations the opportunity to view and purchase original artwork.
Broadway at the Hobby Center Theater
800 Bagby St, 800-982-2787
Experience Broadway at the Hobby Center bringing the best of touring productions to Houston!
Cantare Houston Theater
800 Bagby, ste. 200, 713-315-2525
Passion, excellence, spririt and joy...are a few of the words that describe choral performances by CantareHouston over the past six years. Under the direction of founder/artistic director Kevin Riehle, Cantare enriches the cultural landscape of Houston with artistically sensitive and ...
Columbian Folkloric Ballet Theater
800 Bagby, ste. 200, 713-315-2400
Since its inception, the Colombian Folkloric Ballet has been actively promoting the Colombian culture throughout the United States. The CFB has been officially recognized as the most authentic expression of the Colombian folklore in the United States. As such, it ...
Da Camera of Houston Theater
1402 Sul Ross St., 713-524-5050
Da Camera of Houston has established itself as one of America’s leading presenters and producers of ensemble music: chamber music and jazz. The organization is widely acclaimed for its innovative programming, notably Artistic and General Director Sarah Rothenberg’s unique concerts ...
Dance Salad Theater
501 Texas Ave., 713-961-0566
Dance Salad Festival is a project of the Houston International Dance Coalition (a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization), and is committed to a multi-cultural presentation of diverse dance disciplines at the highest professional level. Dance Salad Festival provides a venue for local, ...
Discovery Green Convention
1500 McKinney, 713-400-7336
Downtown's premier green space, Discovery Green encompasses 12 acres and is surrounded by the George R. Brown Convention Center, hotels and downtown sports arenas. The park was developed by the Houston Downtown Park Conservancy, a group of leading local foundations, philanthropists and ...
Gente de Teatro Theater
P.O. Box 56671
Gente de Teatro (GdT), a non-profit organization founded in 1995, is a highly motivated and vibrant Houston-based theater organization. It is run by seven talented artists, performing in many capacities, who devote their energy to bringing the passion and emotion ...
GreenStreet Shopping
1201 Fannin, 832-320-1200
Four city blocks in the heart of downtown have been transformed into a premiere entertainment, dining, retail and urban office hub. The multi-use project opened in October 2008 and is rapidly adding major name teants such as McCormick & Schmick's, ...
Hardy & Nance Studios Warehouse
902 Hardy Street
Part gallery, part studio, Hardy & Nance Studios is 15,000 square feet of pure creativity. 30-plus artists call this place their second home, as it is where they let loose to create their art. The building, located in Houston’s historic warehouse ...
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts Theater
800 Bagby, 713-315-2400
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts is a must-see, must-attend, state-of-the-art entertainment complex.  Designed by Robert A. M. Stern, this $102 million shining star illuminates Houston's Theater District.  The Hobby provides the ultimate experience for cultural-connoisseurs with two opulent, ...
House of Blues Shopping
1204 Caroline Street, 888-402-5837
House of Blues Houston opened in October of 2008 and is located in downtown Houston. The only House of Blues to be designed in a vertical format, this massive venue is the anchor for GreenStreet outdoor shopping and entertainment complex. ...
Houston Ballet Theater
501 Texas Ave., 713-227-2787
Founded in 1969, Houston Ballet is America's fourth largest ballet company featuring 54 dancers who have won gold and silver medals at international ballet competitions. The company performs a wide variety of ballets, ranging from classics like The Nutcracker, Don ...
Houston Ballet Center for Dance Theater
601 Preston, 713-227-2787
Houston Ballet's offices.
Houston Grand Opera Theater
501 Texas Ave., 713-228-6737
Over its 60-year history, Houston Grand Opera (HGO) has grown from modest beginnings into a company of international stature. HGO enriches Houston and the nation by producing and performing world-class opera along with diverse, innovative, and wide-reaching community and education ...
Houston Symphony Theater
615 Louisiana St., ste. 102, 713-224-4240
During the 2015-16 season, the Houston Symphony will celebrate its second season with Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada, and continues its second century as one of America’s leading orchestras. Founded in 1913, the Houston Symphony is one of the oldest performing ...
Jones Hall Theater
615 Louisiana, 713-227-3974
Since the opening of Jones Hall in 1966, millions of arts patrons have enjoyed countless stage and musical performances at the venue. Dominating an entire city block, Jones Hall is stunning with its curving travertine marble facade, an exterior rectangle ...
Last Concert Cafe Warehouse
1403 Nance, 713-226-8563
Hidden in downtown’s warehouse district, this Tex Mex café born in 1949, serves handmade fresh food and great live music 7 nights a week. The outdoor patio is lined with picnic tables and a large stage area with plenty of ...
Mother Dog Studios Warehouse
720 Walnut
Pete's Dueling Piano Bar Shopping
1201 Fannin, 713-337-7383
That's a good question. Who is ? Well, Pete is many things. Pete is the piano players. Pete is the doorstaff, waitstaff, and bartenders. Pete is Austin's hardwood floors. Pete is the energy bristling in each of our locations. But ...