High Performing Arts Openings This Week: January 30-February 5, 2023

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: January 30-February 5, 2023

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: January 30-February 5, 2023
“Chicago” kicks off a two-week run at Interest Middle | Picture courtesy of Theatre Below the Stars

See the newest performing arts productions and theater happenings opening throughout Houston from Monday, January 30 to Sunday, February 5, 2023.

In search of methods to maintain the theater calendar straight? We’ve got you coated with this weekly roundup sequence monitoring openings at theaters and performing arts establishments throughout 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 listing of must-see openings:

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: January 30 to February 5, 2023

  • Haydn and His Czech Colleagues at Czech Middle Museum Houston | Monday, January 30 – Harmonia Stellarum Houston performs a sequence of works by Joseph Haydn, Josef Antonín Štěpán and Leopold Koželuh. Gentle refreshments will probably be served starting at 6pm. $50. 6:30pm.
  • TUTS presents Chicago at Interest Middle | Tuesday, January 31 | Ongoing – A shrewd commentary on homicide and superstar, this multi-award–successful musical is amongst Broadway’s most beloved. See for your self why it’s nonetheless going sturdy on the Nice White Method…and all that jazz. This manufacturing runs via Sunday, February 12. $40 and up. Showtimes fluctuate.
  • A.D. Gamers presents Each Sensible Factor on the George Theater | Wednesday, February 1 | Ongoing – When he was seven years outdated, the mom of this play’s protagonist tried suicide, prompting him to make an inventory of every thing price dwelling for. An examination of psychological sickness, love, and the ability of pleasure and forgiveness, it’s a present that gives hope to all. This productions runs via Sunday, February 19. $36 and up. Showtimes fluctuate.
  • A Quantity at Rec Room Arts | Thursday, February 2 | Ongoing – This psychological thriller explores parenthood, genetic experiments, and the controversy over nature and nurture. Discover out why this “devastating drama” (Time Out London) has “the ability to impress.” (The Guardian). This manufacturing rungs via Saturday, February 25. $40; $30 for ages 30 and beneath. 7:30pm.
  • Shepherd Faculty Chamber Gamers at Rice College Stude Live performance Corridor | Friday, February 3 | FREE – The coed ensemble performs works together with Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B-flat Main, Ok. 191, Wynton Marsalis’ A Fiddler’s Story and extra. Free with registration. 7:30pm.
  • Open Dance Venture presents Peter & Wendy at MATCH | Friday, February 3 | Ongoing – The music of Two Star Symphony blends with Open Dance Venture’s signature artistry and athleticism in a whimsical, model new tackle the basic story of the Boy Who By no means Grew Up. This manufacturing runs via Saturday, February 11. $35. Showtimes fluctuate.
  • ROCO presents A Home of My Personal at Rienzi | Saturday, February 4 – The chamber orchestra performs within the ballroom at MFAH’s European Ornamental Arts home, that includes the world premiere of songs by ROCO composer-in-residence Derek Bermel and writer Sandra Cisneros, based mostly on her novel, The Home on Mango Road. $45. 5pm to 7:30pm.
  • Houston Chamber Choir presents Mass for the Endangered on the Church of St. John the Divine | Saturday, February 4 – New instrumental group Loop38 joins the choir for this work by composer Sarah Kirkland Snider, praised by the Los Angeles Occasions for her “culturally electrical new music,” which serves as a name to consciousness of the pure world. $40. 7:30pm.

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Holly Beretto writes about meals and wine, the humanities and attention-grabbing individuals for a wide range 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 Girl. She can be a daily contributor to Eater.com’s Houston website. She earned her B.A. in mass communication with a minor in skilled writing from Franklin Pierce School (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, revealed by Vibrant Sky Press.

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