After a year-long, $46.5 million renovation during the 2014-15 season, the Alley Theatre now has one of the most technically advanced non-profit theatre complexes in the nation. With more than 450 performances in 2016-2017, the Alley will produce more shows than all other performing arts organizations in the Houston Theater District combined.
Home to Houston Symphony and the Society for the Performing Arts, Jones Hall opened in 1966 and sees more than 400,000 visitors attend each year. The building spans an entire city block and seats over 2,900 patrons. Brilliant architectural planning offers unparalleled versatility, enabling Jones Hall to accommodate several art forms. Overhead, 800 hexagons create a moveable marvel that can be raised or lowered to regroup volumes, alter the physical circumstances of a room, and manipulate acoustics.
Located in the heart of downtown Houston, The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts stands as the premier entertainment complex in the Houston Theater District. Its two acoustically distinguished theaters, Sarofim Hall and Zilkha Hall, seat 2,650 and 500, respectively, and were designed to accommodate both large-scale productions and smaller, more intimate performances. The building also contains an impressive grand lobby, a contemporary American cuisine restaurant and a convenient, first-class parking experience.
Open since 1997, Revention Music Center has been home to countless performances over the years, by artists including Coldplay, Twenty One Pilots, Sting, Zedd, Ms. Lauryn Hill and Dave Chappelle to name just a few. Known for its incredible sightlines and superior soundsystem, a concert or special event at Revention Music Center is not to be missed.
Wortham Theater Center is a 437,500-square-foot facility with two theaters: the Alice and George Brown Theater, which seats 2,400, and the Lillie and Roy Cullen Theater, which seats 1,100. Since opening in 1987 and becoming home to Houston Ballet and Houston Grand Opera, the Wortham has entertained more than 8 million people. Bold and beautiful, the Wortham is a facility like no other. It is a masterful, creative playground for performing artists and offers an array of public spaces, both monumental and intimate.