There is no surprise really that there is so much to do in the 4th largest city in America. Houston has some of the finest Performing Arts in the country, and in the world. Our city's Theater District spans 17 blocks downtown but there are also a diverse group of smaller companies that offer cutting edge performances.
For instance, the Houston Shakespeare Festival has entertained close to half a million people with free performances during the summer at the Miller Outdoor Theatre.
Coming to Colonial Park in WestU on Friday, March 25 the Houston Shakespeare Festival will perform a family-friendly, 80 minute version of Shakespeare's comedy of love and magic in the forest, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at 6:30 pm. Bring a blanket and a picnic to enjoy outdoor theater. More information here.
Other Theater Performances in March in Houston:
- Prince of Players at the Wortham Theater Cullen Center closes March 13
- Mary Poppins at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts closes March 20
- A Streetcar Named Desire at The Kaleidoscope closes March 20
- Little Women the Musical at Pearl Theater Closes March 20
- Cabaret Opens at the Alley Theatre on March 22
- Grounded Opens at the Alley Theatre on March 25
- Around the World In 80 Days at the Alley Theatre closes on April 3
- End Of The Rainbow at Stages Repertory Theater closes April 10
Next blog we'll talk about exercise and sporting events going on in town.
Save the date Sunday, April 17 for Yoga In The Park, Colonial Park 4:00 pm. Free outdoor yoga class open to all yoga levels for WestU residents and non-residents.
Register at http://www.livewestu.com/yoga