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Comfort Suites Pearland - South Houston

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2806 Miller Ranch Road CR 94, Pearland, TX, US, 77584

  • Phone: (713) 340-1705
  • Fax: (713) 436-1840
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Houston Symphony: Mozart's Symphony No. 39
Jones HallMarch 28, 2015 8:00 PM
615 Louisiana Street
Houston, TX 77002
The Houston Symphony was founded in 1913 and with an average of 170 concerts per year, the symphony manages to play for over 350,000 audience members annually. They also promote an educational program called Music Matters! for over 40,000 students in nearby districts.
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Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Sarofim Hall - Hobby CenterMarch 28, 2015 2:00 PM
800 Bagby Street, Ste. 300
Houston, TX 77002
Based on a story of Joseph found in the Bible's Book of Genesis, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a musical theater production and the first Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice collaboration to be staged for a public audience in 1968. The family-friendly, sung-through show has become a world-wide hit, having been performed on all levels of theater from schools to community theaters since its debut in the West End in 1973 and on Broadway in 1982. The show follows the Biblical story of Joseph, a prophet whose brightly colored coat was given to him to show his father's favor. Driven by jealously, his brothers sell him as a slave and falsely proclaim his death. Though he endures several hardships, Joseph eventually makes his way back home with the help of a spirit he sees in his dreams.
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Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Sarofim Hall - Hobby CenterMarch 28, 2015 8:00 PM
800 Bagby Street, Ste. 300
Houston, TX 77002
Based on a story of Joseph found in the Bible's Book of Genesis, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a musical theater production and the first Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice collaboration to be staged for a public audience in 1968. The family-friendly, sung-through show has become a world-wide hit, having been performed on all levels of theater from schools to community theaters since its debut in the West End in 1973 and on Broadway in 1982. The show follows the Biblical story of Joseph, a prophet whose brightly colored coat was given to him to show his father's favor. Driven by jealously, his brothers sell him as a slave and falsely proclaim his death. Though he endures several hardships, Joseph eventually makes his way back home with the help of a spirit he sees in his dreams.
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Ars Lyrica Houston's Bach & Sons: At Court
Zilkha Hall - Hobby CenterMarch 28, 2015 7:30 PM
800 Bagby Street
Houston, TX 77002
The works of J.S., CPE and J.C. Bach are all present and accounted for, as Ars Lyrica's season-long salute to the first family of baroque rolls on. Violinist Ingrid Matthews and artistic director-harpsichordist Matthew Dirst take the stage at Houston's Zilkha Hall, accompanied by the Grammy-nominated ensemble's core string section, for this all-instrumental concert. They'll perform a selection of concertos, spotlighting the musical genius of Johann Sebastian and his sons Carl Philipp Emanuel and Johann Christian, whose differing styles provide plenty of variety.
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All My Sons
Hubbard Stage - Alley TheatreMarch 28, 2015 8:00 PM
615 Texas Avenue
Houston, TX 77002
Written by legendary American playwright Arthur Miller, this was Miller's last attempt to write a commercially successful play. Inspired by true events, the play is about Joe Keller a man who is found guilty of knowingly shipping faulty airplane parts to the US military during WWII, which caused the death of 21 pilots. Keller is distraught with guilt and wants to convince himself that he did it all for the love of his family. Once he is found out he is shunned by his daughter and even his sons who once idolized him, begin to see him in a different light. As with many Miller plays, All My Sons expresses a deep criticism of the American dream and paints a devastating image of post-war American society.
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Npc Texas Presents: Phil Heath Classic - Preliminary Judging
Bayou Music CenterMarch 28, 2015 9:00 AM
520 Texas Avenue
Houston, TX 77002
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