Miller Outdoor Theatre cancels all events through the summer
As many look forward to the end of canceled events, Miller Outdoor Theatre has extended its closure. Miller Outdoor Theatre announced all performances through the end of July are canceled. Guests were expecting events to resume in June, as cancellations were originally announced to last through May. The decision was made with the safety of attendees, staff, and performing arts partners in mind, the announcement states. Miller Outdoor Theatre is working to reschedule performances for companies that can postpone to later dates.
5 free things to do in Houston this weekend that'll get you in the fall mood
It may not feel like fall right now, but there are a few free things you can do this weekend to get you in the autumnal spirit. Pumpkin FestIt's pumpkin season and it shows at Cornelius Nursery. Drop in to enjoy free activities for the whole family, like pumpkin decorating for the kids, performances by Mad Science and you can even sign up for fall table decorating workshops. More infoFall FestivalThe fall festivities continue in Oak Ridge North at the communitys sixth annual Fall Festival on Saturday in Marilyn Edgar Park. More infoChicano FestivalThe Houston Chicano Festival kicks off this weekend at Miller Outdoor Theatre where all performances are free.
4 things to know about the Houston Shakespeare Festival
The Houston Shakespeare Festival put on by the University of Houston School of Theatre and Dance is coming to town Friday through Aug. 11. The shows will be taking place at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park. The Houston Shakespeare Festival was started in 1975 by Dr. Sidney Berger, who was then the director of the School of Theatre and Dance. The collaboration between the university and the city has continued each summer; and the department continues to put on free plays at Miller Outdoor Theatre. While guests are welcome at Miller Outdoor Theatre for free, with a donation of $60 or more, guests can enjoy premium seats.
5 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Shakespeare, White Linen, Abilities Expo
Escape to the forest of Arden with As You Like It , part of this year's Houston Shakespeare Festival. We've got world-class Shakespeare at Miller Outdoor Theatre, nine raucous world premieres in Spontaneous Smattering, and White Linen Night in the Heights. A contemporary Julius Caesar opens this year's Houston Shakespeare Festival. Uber is the official ride of White Linen Night. White Linen Night in the Heights is scheduled for August 3 from 6-10 p.m. Saturday along the 200 and 300 blocks of 19th.houstonpress.com
Live music, yoga and trivia all happening for free Fourth of July weekend
Let the holiday weekend fun and celebration continue, all while staying on budget, with these free events.Miller Outdoor Theatre will be holding a night of street dance and classical music! The 'Fly Dance Company: The gentlemen of hip-hop' takes the stage on Friday at 8:30 p.m. for a two-hour performance. For more details, click here Looking to get your brain going this weekend? Memorial City Mall is hosting 'Trivia Night in the Square' Everyone is welcomed to play and watch Friday at 8 p.m., but you must be 18 or older to win a prize.Continue the live music and dancing on Saturday, July 6 at the Sugar Land Town Square for the Red, White, Blues and Brews On Sunday, head over to the Raven tower for Black Swan Sunday . It's yoga for all levels of fitness, followed by brunch with refreshing drinks.abc13.com
4 fun, free things to do this weekend
HOUSTON - Here are some fun, free things to do this weekend. Miller Outdoor Theater Summer SymphonyTonight, you can enjoy a night out at the Miller Outdoor Theatre for an Exxon Mobil Summer Symphony performance at 8:30 p.m. Friday. Free tickets are available (4 per person) from 10:30 am to 1 p.m. while they last at the Miller Outdoor Theatre box office. If tickets are left over, the box office will reopen one hour before show time to give them out. AsiaFest is a free indoor event that explores different regions' traditions, cultures, and food.