High Performing Arts Openings This Week: December 26-January 1, 2023

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: December 26-January 1, 2023

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: December 26-January 1, 2023
Briana J. Resa performs as Margot in “What-A-Christmas”, closing this week | Picture: Lynn Lane; courtesy of Alley Theatre

See the newest performing arts productions and theater happenings opening throughout Houston from Monday, December 26 to New Yr’s Day, Sunday, January 1, 2023.

In search of methods to maintain the theater calendar straight? We now have you coated with this weekly roundup sequence monitoring openings at theaters and performing arts establishments throughout the town of Houston.

Dig deeper for extra ongoing performances occurring on levels throughout Houston by trying out the 365 Houston Calendar.

Right here’s our record of must-see openings:

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: December 26 to January 1, 2023

Ultimate Performances This Week

The curtain closes on 4 productions all through the week: Houston Ballet’s The Nutcracker is out on Tuesday, December 27; A Beatles Vacation Cabaret closes at Music Field Theater on Wednesday, December 28; and two Alley Theatre productions, A Christmas Carol and What-A-Christmas, each wrap up on Friday, December 30.

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Holly Beretto writes about meals and wine, the humanities and attention-grabbing folks for quite a lot of native and regional publications. Along with 365 Issues to Do in Houston, her work has appeared within the Arizona State College Alumni Journal, Arts + Tradition Texas, Bayou Metropolis Journal, Downtown, Galveston Month-to-month and Houston Lady. She can be an everyday contributor to Eater.com’s Houston web site. She earned her B.A. in mass communication with a minor in skilled writing from Franklin Pierce Faculty (now Franklin Pierce College) and her M.A. in communication research with an emphasis in journalism from St. Louis College. She has labored in tv information manufacturing, public relations and advertising and marketing in Rhode Island, Maine, New York and Texas. A local Rhode Islander, she has lived in Texas since 1997. She is the writer of Christ because the Cornerstone: Fifty Years of Worship at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, printed by Vibrant Sky Press.

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