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Houston: Venues

Houston Venues: Venues Around Houston

Below are our Houston Venues recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, venue history and other points of interest in Houston Art.
 

Hobby Center

Hobby Center

The Hobby Center is Houston’s premiere destination for the performing arts, built in 2002 to replace the Houston Music Hall and Sam Houston Coliseum.  It is a privately owned and funded non-profit organization with a mission to expand the scope and quality of the performing arts available to Houston’s public.  The Hobby’s resident performing arts companies include the Gexa Energy Broadway Series, Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS, also containing the …more…

Miller Outdoor Theatre

Miller Outdoor Theatre

Founded in 1923 and located in Houston’s Hermann Park, The Miller Outdoor Theatre presents an full season of plays, musicals and shows for children annually.   This theater is particularly noteworthy because of the fact that it is the only proscenium stage in the country to present all of its productions completely free of charge. The Miller offers evening performances by high profile, locally based companies like Houston Shakespeare Festival …more…

Society for the Performing Arts

Society for the Performing Arts

Jones Hall seats almost 3,000 at most and can be altered to meet the acoustic and spatial demands of many different performance settings.  SPA also manages the nearby Wortham Theatre Center, boasting two large theatres that feature performances from major Houston performing groups as well as smaller scale dance, theatre and music productions.

Houston’s Society for the Performing Arts (SPA) was formed in 1966 in association with Jones Hall, Houston’s then-brand …more…