Prime Performing Arts & Reside Theater This Week: March 27-April 2, 2023

Prime Performing Arts & Reside Theater This Week: March 27-April 2, 2023

Prime Performing Arts & Reside Theater This Week: March 27-April 2, 2023
Silambam Houston performs “Waking Up Free” at Miller Outside Theatre this week | Courtesy of SIlambam Houston

See the newest performing arts productions and theater happenings opening throughout Houston from Monday, March 27 to Sunday, April 2, 2023.

On the lookout for methods to maintain the theater calendar straight? We’ve got you coated with this weekly roundup collection 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:

Prime Performing Arts Openings This Week: March 27 to April 2, 2023

  • DaCamera presents Tetzlaff-Tetzlaff-Dörken Trio at Passion Heart | Thursday, March 30 – The orchestra performs a live performance that features Schubert’s majestic B-flat Trio and Tchaikovsky’s virtuosic, folk-inspired gem. $37.50 and up. 7:30pm.
  • ROAR Story Slam at Asia Society Texas Heart | Friday, March 31 – Six finalists from Korean American Story have six minutes to share tales on this competitors, adhering to this yr’s theme of “What the Heck.” Stick round at 9:30pm for an after social gathering occasion with gentle refreshments and mingling. $35; $25 for college students. 7pm to 11pm.
  • Waking Up Free: India’s Journey at Miller Outside Theatre | Friday, March 31 | FREE – Honoring the seventy fifth yr of India’s independence, this program of beautiful dance options unique choreography set to an unique rating that showcases the sweep of India’s tradition. 8pm.
  • Bay Space Ballet Theatre presents A Evening in Paris at College of Houston Clear Lake | Friday, March 31 to Sunday, April 2 – You’ll be swept away to the Metropolis of Gentle on this program that options choreography impressed by the work of Degas and Debussy’s Clair de Lune, together with a number of new works. $24 and up. Occasions range.
  • Ars Lyrica presents Maria’s Magical Musical Journey at Rothko Chapel | Saturday, April 1 | FREE with registration – A part of Menil’s Neighborhood Neighborhood Day, this family-friendly efficiency features a studying of the youngsters’s e-book with string accompaniment by the Ars Lyrica ensemble. The e-book can be obtainable for buy. Free with registration. 1pm and 3pm.
  • Houston Masterworks Refrain presents Handel’s Electrifying Messiah at Grace Presbyterian Church | Saturday, April 1 That is the basic such as you’ve by no means heard earlier than, in a setting that mixes jazz, soul and hip-hop with underlying results, beats and rhythms. Musicians from HISD’s Westside Excessive Faculty and Inertia Dance Firm can be a part of the efficiency. $20 and up. 4pm.
  • Satisfaction Houston presents Merely Sondheim at Resurrection Metropolitan Neighborhood Church | Saturday, April 1 – The refrain gives a collection of the long-lasting composer’s works, from fan favorites to little-known gems. $20. 8pm to 9:30pm.
  • Galveston Symphony Orchestra on the Grand 1894 Opera Home | Sunday, April 2 – Pianist Anton Nell joins the orchestra for a efficiency of works by Ravel and Mozart, within the coronary heart of Galveston. $25 and up. 4pm.
  • Aperio presents Songs America Likes to Sing at MATCH | Sunday, April 2 – This exploration of Americana music options works by Bonds, Copland, Harbison, Previn, Rorem, and Rzewski. $10 and up. 6pm.

Closing Performances This Week

Levels’ cullud wattah closes on Friday, March 31 on the Gordy Theater.

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Holly Beretto writes about meals and wine, the humanities and fascinating individuals 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 also 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 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 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 Vivid Sky Press.

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