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  • Alley Theatre
    615 Texas Ave. | Downtown/ Midtown

    The Alley Theatre is the grand dame of Houston theaters. Easily the most visible theater in the city, the downtown institution offers new plays and classics alike in two facilities: the 824-seat... More on Alley Theatre »

  • Bayou Music Center
    520 Texas Ave. | Downtown/ Midtown

    Home for mid-level national touring acts, mostly rock and country artists either on the rise or past their commercial heyday, the Bayou Music Center can accommodate a mosh pit one night and... More on Bayou Music Center »

  • Stages Repertory Theatre
    3201 Allen Parkway | River Oaks

    Stages is one of Houston's most best-known theaters. The non-profit company, housed in a mid-sized facility on a side street near Allen Parkway and Waugh, puts on both new and classic comedies,... More on Stages Repertory Theatre »

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  • Ensemble Theatre
    3535 Main St. | Downtown/ Midtown

    Founded more than 30 years ago "to preserve African-American artistic expression and to enlighten, entertain and enrich a diverse community," Midtown's Ensemble Theatre gets better each season.... More on Ensemble Theatre »

  • Arena Theatre
    7326 SW Freeway | Outer Loop - SW

    With a capacity of about 2,750, Sharpstown's Arena Theatre is the redheaded stepchild of Houston music venues. Even with all the competition it has these days, the Arena manages to keep the lights... More on Arena Theatre »

  • Obsidian Art Space
    3522 White Oak Drive | Heights

    Founders Tom Stell and Leighza Walker started the nonprofit Obsidian Art Space in 2010 as a way to promote original work, and they've done just that. The Heights venue provides a space for visual... More on Obsidian Art Space »

  • Main Street Theater
    2540 Times Blvd. | Kirby-West U

    Main Street has produced all its shows with a lustrous dexterity that belies its pint-size venue, keeping us close and thoroughly enthralled. Main Street's abiding professionalism -- its ability... More on Main Street Theater »

  • The Catastrophic Theatre
    1119 East Freeway | Downtown/ Midtown

    Catastrophic Theatre, which emerged out of the ashes of Infernal Bridegroom in 2007, is focused on exposing Houston to new, often collaboratively produced works (and the occasional nudity). Their... More on The Catastrophic Theatre »

  • Houston Metropolitan Dance Company
    2808 Caroline St. | Third Ward

    Founded in 1995, the non-profit Houston Metropolitan Dance Company, located in Midtown, is constantly expanding its repertoire toward ever edgier contemporary jazz dance and innovative dances full... More on Houston Metropolitan Dance Company »

  • Rice Cinema
    Rice University | Kirby-West U

    Rice University's theater works like a small university's theater should, offering one-off engagements featuring rare and artistically relevant film. Documentaries are well represented - check the... More on Rice Cinema »

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