Définissez votre emplacement
Hubbard Theater is one of the main venues in Alley Theater in Houston. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, the venue has an elegant seating arrangement that offers an unobstructed view of the stage. The venue plays host to theater performances and concerts.
If there is a theater in Houston that everyone knows, this is it. Located downtown in the Theater District, it stands tall and proud, rather like a contemporary castle, and casts an enchanting spell. This Tony Award winning theater knows how to put on an impressive performance. It consists of two stages. The Hubbard Stage is the largest, with 824 seats, and the Neuhaus Stage hosts smaller performances, seating 310. The season is planned well in advance, so call ahead for information and buy your tickets early or you might find yourself missing the show. Parking garages are available for a small fee.
One of the most iconic landmarks in the city, Bank of America Center stands tall in Houston concrete skyline. The brainchild of award-winning architect Philip Johnson and his partner, the building features Dutch Gothic designs and is a prime example of postmodern architecture. The 56 storey structure is one of the tallest buildings in the state, and is most noted for its unorthodox style. Widely used for commercial purposes, the building houses several private firms and services.
When it was completed in 1905, The Corinthian was the tallest and most modern building in the state. Located in a neoclassical building, this beautiful venue still retains its old charm. Host to wide array of events, it's the venue people think of when special events really need to be special. Galas, weddings, business meetings, conferences, conventions – it's all been held here. City of Houston's 158th birthday party, a reception for Vladimir Putin, dinner for Mikhail Gorbachev, lunch for the Duchess of York – to name a few events held at this majestic venue.
If you are driving by downtown Houston, this magnificent theater will surely catch your eye. It is the stately home to both the Houston Ballet and the Houston Grand Opera. The impressive stage and interior are worth a tour even if you do not have a chance to take in a show. The Nutcracker, produced by the Houston Ballet, is the most popular annual arts show in the city. If opera is your cup of tea, then you will definitely want to pick up some tickets for the latest production.
Founded in 1955, this opera company has established a respected international reputation. It is currently the fifth largest opera company in the U.S. and has received numerous Tony, Grammy and Emmy awards during the past 50 years. Each season's performances consist of both new works and classic productions. Opera fans will be more than satisfied with each and every performance. Call for schedule and ticketing information.