The Alley Theatre, one of America’s leading not-for-profit theatres, is a nationally recognized performing arts company led by Interim Artistic Director James Black and Managing Director Dean R. Gladden. Home to a resident company of actors, the Alley's wide-ranging repertoire features innovative productions of classics, neglected modern plays, and premieres.
A recipient of the special Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, the Alley has brought productions to Broadway, to distinguished venues in 40 American cities including New York’s Lincoln Center, and internationally to Berlin, Paris, and St. Petersburg throughout its 70-year history.
Da Camera is acclaimed for its innovative programming, notably Artistic and General Director Sarah Rothenberg’s unique concerts connecting music with literature and the visual arts, as well as for its jazz series featuring a distinctive mix of renowned performers and emerging artists.
Houston Ballet consists of a company of 59 dancers with a budget of $33 million, making it the nation's fifth-largest ballet company. The dancers and administration are housed in the Houston Ballet Center for Dance, a $46.6 million, state-of-the-art performance space which opened in April 2011.
Houston Ballet’s mission is to inspire a lasting love and appreciation for dance through artistic excellence, exhilarating performances, innovative choreography, and superb educational programs.
Houston Grand Opera (HGO) is one of the largest, most innovative, and most highly acclaimed opera companies in the United States. HGO was the only American finalist for Opera Company of the Year at the 2017 International Opera Awards.
The company contributes to the cultural enrichment of Houston and the nation through a diverse and innovative program of performances, community events, and education projects that reaches the widest possible public.
The mission of the Houston Symphony is to inspire and engage a large and diverse audience in Greater Houston and beyond through exceptional orchestral and non-orchestral performances, educational programs and community activities.
This season, Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada continues a trajectory of presenting the traditional with the unconventional. From Grammy Award-winning virtuosi to one of the world’s cutting-edge percussionists, he has assembled an extraordinary roster of established and rising talent. With world-class live performances across a wide range of musical genres, the season offers exciting, enriching and inspirational moments.
Society for the Performing Arts is the largest nonprofit presenting organization of its kind in the Southwest. Each year, Society for the Performing Arts presents internationally acclaimed artists from the entire performing arts spectrum, traditional to avant-garde alike, from large orchestras and dance companies to recitalists and solo performers, for an entire season of events.
Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS), Houston’s acclaimed nonprofit musical theatre company, aims to provide more theatre for more people by offering a rich variety of world-class musical theatre titles and educational initiatives that extend beyond the stage and into the community.
Performed downtown at the Hobby Center, TUTS season features a spectacular mix of touring musicals and self-produced shows.