The Definitive Guide to Houston

Tag archive

Houston Ballet

The Holiday Classic, The Nutcracker, Returns

in Art & Culture/Things To Do by

It is almost time for the 4th annual Houston Ballet performance of The Nutcracker – the classic show that will ensure you get in the Christmas spirit. The ballet is also celebrating their 50th anniversary this year and is excited to continue the tradition of this cherished production.

Keep Reading

It’s Time For The Holidays Largest Shopping Event

in Shopping & Style/Things To Do by

The Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market Cruising into Christmas returns to NRG Center November 8-11. Over 270 merchants will showcase unique gifts such as home décor, food, apparel, toys, jewelry, and more. Whether you are shopping for a loved one or just perusing holiday gifts, you’re bound to find something you love at the Nutcracker Market! Keep Reading

Houston Ballet at Miller Outdoor Theater

in Art & Culture/Things To Do by

Miller Outdoor Theater has been a Houston destination for 95 years, never veering away from their mission of providing the city free cultural and educational events. This September the Houston Ballet will be gracing the stage with a weekend full of ballet classics.  Keep Reading

The Timeless Swan Lake at The Houston Ballet

in Art & Culture by

One of the most iconic ballet’s returns to Houston as The Houston Ballet presents Stanton Welch AM’s Swan Lake. This week is the final weekend to see the performance and it is not to be missed.  Keep Reading

The Houston Ballet’s Enchanting 2018/19 Season

in Art & Culture/Things To Do by
Marie Houston Ballet

The Houston Ballet will return to its home, the Wortham Theater Center, for its just-announced 2018/19 Season, a superb collection of World Premieres, Houston Ballet Premieres, and beloved classics.

Keep Reading

Houston Ballet’s Nutcracker Twirls Into Town

in Art & Culture/Things To Do by
Artists of Houston Ballet by Amitava Sarkar, Courtesy of Houston Ballet

The best holiday traditions have a way of standing the test of time, even if it means overcoming the odds—that’s the magic of this time of year. For the city of Houston, one of those traditions is a dazzling performance of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker by Houston Ballet. Even though the company’s Wortham Theater home is closed until mid-2018 after suffering in Hurricane Harvey, visions of sugar plum fairies will dance their way across the stage this season in as splendid fashion as ever thanks to a pair of local venues.

Keep Reading

Go to Top