High Performing Arts Openings This Week: March 13-19, 2023

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: March 13-19, 2023

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: March 13-19, 2023
Miller Outside kicks off its a hundredth anniversary with back-to-back nights on the weekend | Courtesy of Miller Outside Theatre

See the newest performing arts productions and theater happenings opening throughout Houston from Monday, March 13 to Sunday, March 19, 2023.

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

Dig deeper for extra ongoing performances taking place on phases throughout Houston by testing the 365 Houston Calendar.

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

High Performing Arts Openings This Week: March 13 to 19, 2023

  • Preservation Corridor Jazz Band: sixtieth Anniversary Celebration at Jones Corridor | Tuesday, March 14 – The quintessential New Orleans legends of jazz, the Preservation Corridor Jazz Band, are celebrating their diamond anniversary by making a musical pilgrimage throughout the states, stopping within the H alongside the way in which. $29 and up. 7:30pm.
  • Performing Arts Houston presents Randall Goosby at Pastime Heart | Wednesday, March 15 – Signed to Decca Classics on the age of 24 and a protégé of Itzak Perlman, Randall Goosby has been acclaimed for his delicate enjoying and interpretation. The virtuoso violinist performs a number of Beethoven works for this Houston live performance. $29 and up. 7:30pm.
  • 2023 Core Exhibition: The Opening at Glassell Faculty of Artwork | Thursday, March 16 | FREE – Along with MFAH’s annual core residency exhibition, artist-in-residence Erin Holland performs an unique work based mostly on 10 years of correspondence along with her father. 6:30pm to 7:30pm.
  • a hundredth Anniversary Opening Weekend at Miller Outside Theatre | Friday, March 17 & Saturday, March 18 | FREE – Celebrating its centennial this yr, Miller Outside Theatre kicks off its a hundredth anniversary with an evening of conventional Irish dancing from Trinity Irish Dance Firm on St. Patrick’s Day, Friday, March 17. Then, on Saturday, everyone seems to be welcome to a roaring ’20s-themed bash with Vaudeville performers, swing dance classes and extra, adopted by a live performance from the Sizzling Sardines, a gaggle that celebrates the center and soul of basic jazz. Friday 8pm; Saturday 6pm, live performance at 8pm.
  • Houston Symphony presents Let’s Misbehave: The Music of Cole Porter at Jones Corridor | Friday, March 17 to Sunday, March 19 – Tony DeSare and his friends Bria Skonberg and John Manzari provide their tackle timeless Cole Porter classics comparable to “Night time and Day,” “I Get A Kick Out of You,” “You’re the High” and extra. $35 and up. Instances differ.
  • Yamato: The Drummers of Japan on the Grand 1894 Opera Home | Saturday, March 18 – Head to Galveston to see this legendary drumming ensemble, celebrating their thirtieth anniversary with a brand new manufacturing, The Wings of the Phoenix. $19.80 and up. 8pm.
  • Nationwide Arab Orchestra in Live performance at Pastime Heart | Saturday, March 18 – The orchestra affords a live performance that includes a few of the most revered items of music from the Arab world. Ranine Chaar and Mohamed Mohsen will be part of the orchestra in efficiency. $55 and up. 8pm. 

Closing Performances This Week

The ultimate curtains draw on two productions on Saturday, March 18; Grime Canines Theatre’s tackle Distress and the Spring Break run for the youngsters musical, Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, each of which seem at MATCH.

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Holly Beretto writes about meals and wine, the humanities and fascinating folks 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 also 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 Brilliant Sky Press.

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