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There really is nothing quite like the theater. Being able to see the amazing talents that humans can posses in an artistic form is truly quite fantastic. There’s also the Chippendales.

From Jersey Boys to the Peking Acrobats, here are some things to do in Houston by theatre venue.

Hobby Center

Jersey Boys

Sunday, February 9 | 7:30PM

The Tony-award winning musical phenomenon that is Jersey Boys has made it’s way to Houston. February 9, you can watch this spectacular behind-the-scenes Broadway musical about Franki Valli & the Four Seasons at Hobby Center. This show goes behind the music and tells the story of how these four boys went from the streets of New Jersey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You can get tickets on SeatGeek for as low as $57.

Once On This Island

Wednesday, February 19 | 7:30PM

Once On This Island is a one-act musical set in the French Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean Sea. This musical follows the tale of Ti Moune, a fearless peasant girl who is in search for her own place in this world. Ti Moune sets off on a significant journey to find the man who has captured her heart. She is ready to risk everything for love and will stop at nothing. Once On This Island won the 2018 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical and you can grab tickets to watch it February 19 at Hobby Center.

Wortham Theater Center

Houston Grand Opera

Thursday, February 6 | 7:30PM

February 6, grab tickets to watch the Houston Grand Opera perform La Favorite at the Wortham Theatre Center. Once the most performed opera of its time, this story features some of the most difficult arias ever written. Now, rarely-performed, you can watch this dramatic story unfold of a classic love triangle among a king, a noblewoman, and warrior. This opera is sung in French, but will have English subtitles projected.

Houston Ballet: Sleeping Beauty

Thursday, February 27 | 7:30PM

The Houston Ballet Company will be performing Sleeping Beauty on February 27 at the Wortham Theater Center. The Houston Ballet is the fourth largest professional ballet company in the United States. This performance is widely known as one of the unsurpassable achievements in classic ballet to date. Celebrate their 50th anniversary season by purchasing tickets to this show on SeatGeek.

Jones Plaza

Houston Symphony

Thursday, February 13 | 8PM

The Houston Symphony is one of America’s largest leading orchestras with concerts and you can watch them perform February 13 at the Jones Plaza. Celebrate Valentine’s Day a little bit early with some romantic ballads and grand music for the Schumann Festival. This concert will only feature the Houston Symphony chorus and piano. The orchestra will not be performing and there won’t be a pre-concert prelude. Grab tickets on SeatGeek starting from $156.

Peking Acrobats

Saturday, February 22 | 3PM

Get ready for an amazing Saturday full of acrobats. The Peking Acrobats are China’s exclusive troupe of gymnasts, cyclists, tumblers, and jugglers. These performers continue to push the envelope on human possibility with every show. Performing with live musicians playing traditional Chinese music, The Peking Acrobats are bringing their 2,000 year old tradition to Houston February 22 at the Jones Plaza. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see this spectacular act.

House of Blues Houston

Drag Diva Brunch- Houston

Saturday, February 8 | 10:30AM

Calling all Sex and the City fans! Relive your favorite Carrie, Miranda, Samantha, and Charlotte moments February 8 at the House of Blues Houston for Drag Diva Brunch. This biweekly event has a new theme each time and these beautiful queens never disappoint. We can’t think of a better way to eat brunch than with a bunch of talented drag queens pulling off another hit of a show. Grab tickets quick because these shows always sell out.

Chippendales- Houston

Wednesday, February 12 | 7:30PM

If you have no idea of who Chippendales are, then it’s time you get acquainted. Chippendales are a touring dance troupe widely and famously known for their male striptease performance and their costumes of just a bow tie, collar, and shirt cuffs on an otherwise bare torso. This is actually the perfect weekday slump pick-me-up we all deserve. Chippendales have been making jaws drop since 1979, and you can grab tickets to see them perform at the House of Blues Houston on February 12.

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