Events And Theaters In Houston Area
Houston, TX 77019
Stages Repertory Theatre is a professional Equity theatre dedicated to providing Houston's diverse audiences with challenging, provocative theatre produced with the highest artistic standards.
From ground-breaking new works to modern classics, Stages brings the best of today's theatre home to Houston.
Stages Theatre Schedule
Honky Tonk Laundry (May 20 to July 26, 2020)
The creator of The Marvelous Wonderettes brings us a brand new boot-scootin’ musical! After inheriting the Wishy Washy Washeteria from her grandmother, Lana Mae hires Katie to help run the business, but the two soon join forces to convert their good ol’ laundromat into the town’s hottest honky-tonk. This hilarious musical is packed with a country song list that spans decades of classic and contemporary hits from “I Fall to Pieces” and “These Boots Are Made for Walkin” to “Take It Back” and “Wide Open Spaces”.
Sensitive Guys (June 10 to 21, 2020)
In a small liberal arts college, two student-led support groups work to help mitigate sexual assault on campus. But a shocking allegation divides both the Men’s Peer Education group and The Women’s Survivor Support group as they struggle to take effective action against the toxic culture of the school. Five women perform all the roles in this compelling satire about society, gender roles and contemporary college life.
Hook's Tale (July 10 to August 2, 2020)
A long-lost journal from the notorious – and much maligned – Captain Hook offers the true tale of Peter Pan, and nothing is as you have been told! Award-winning playwright John Peilmeier (Agnes of God) joins Stages’ favorite Donald Corren (Bobby Riggs in Balls!) to create a one man tour-de-force that tells the Pan story from Hook’s point of view. Finally discover the friendly alligator, the helpful tick of the clock, the true love of the island’s indigenous population, and the real price of never growing old in this magical, theatrical romp for the whole family.
MacGyver The Musical (August 7 to September 20, 2020)
Do you have an extraordinary talent for solving impossible conundrums and global catastrophes with a paper clip?? Then we want you! The creator of the classic TV drama brings the world’s favorite hero to the stage in MacGyver The Musical - a rock-n-roll musical comedy that pits MacGyver against the Soviet empire in 1989 East Berlin. Best of all - the leading actor who plays MacGyver is selected from the audience each night – can you MacGyver your way to the stage AND save America? Only one way to find out.
A Woman of the World (September 25 to October 11, 2020)
Mabel Loomis Todd was labeled a “woman of the world” for her free-wheeling and passionate embrace of life. An accomplished journalist and naturalist, she also held close confidence with one of America’s most famed and reclusive poets, Emily Dickinson and in fact, was the first editor of Dickinson’s poems. But Loomis’ story is largely lost to history in favor of a more marketable version of the Dickinson legacy. Rebecca Gilman brings to light Loomis’ lost story in a riveting look at a mysterious – perhaps even dangerous – woman. Scandalous revelations or reckless gossip – you get to decide for yourself in this one-woman tour-de-force staring the incomparable Sally Edmundson.
The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical (November 13 to December 27, 2020)
It's holiday time down in Armadillo Acres (North Florida's premier mobile-living community), and everyone's filled with warmth and beer. But when a freak bout of amnesia strikes the trailer park Scrooge, neighborly love is put to the test. Be on hand as Betty, Lin, and Pickles jingle all the way with some new neighbors in this holiday all-trailer-park musical.
Panto Sleeping Beauty (November 27 to December 27, 2020)
This hilarious all-new version of our hit holiday romp finds our heroine Nadia battling a wicked fairy, rescuing a boyfriend with a sleeping problem, planning a surprise party for her nanny and helping her friend Buttons get his groove – and storybook – back. Will she find a happy ending? Come ready to laugh, cheer and boo as all your Panto favorites join a new cast of characters to sing, dance and make joy for the whole family!
Nashville Jukebox Live! (January 29 to March 14, 2021)
Stages’ favorite husband and wife team Ben Hope and Katie Barton (Hank Williams, Ring of Fire) return to Stages this January with a world premiere tribute to the greatest legends of the Grand Ole Opry. You’ll be a part of the audience in this opry-style radio show featuring a score of classic country hits with songs from Mickey Gilley, Elvis, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash, Randy Travis, The Judds, Carrie Underwood and more. Nine extraordinary country musicians put on the show of a lifetime so grab your boots and come on over here y’all.
The Giant Void in My Soul: A Play for Fools (February 12 to 28, 2021)
Two fools confront the momentous questions of life after they discover an enormous void haunting their every action. A comic, poetic and strange quest leads them back to one question: “Can anything fill this damn void?” Winner of LA Times Ovation award for best new play, this brilliant new work is from Houston-born artist Bernardo Cubría in his first-ever Stages production.
Sin Muros (Without Walls): A Latinx Theater Festival (February 25 to 28, 2021)
Stages celebrates the range of Latinx voices and stories reflecting the diversity of local Texas communities during the fourth annual Sin Muros (Without Walls): A Latinx Theater Festival. The festival will feature play readings and performances at The Gordy. The weekend will be filled with public events for audiences and local theater-makers, including workshops, poetry readings and much more.
Late Nite Catechism Las Vegas: Sister Rolls the Dice (March 10 to May 30, 2021)
Sister is back and she’s feelin’ lucky! The convent has decided that Sister (with her extensive gambling experience running the Church Bingo) will organize a Las Vegas night! Sister will tackle topics ranging from Magicians and Show Girls to live animal acts and the dangers of drive-through marriage chapels. Remember: What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but God sees everything.
Black Super Hero Magic Mama (April 2 to 18, 2021)
When Sabrina Jackson’s son is the victim of a police shooting she retreats inward to a powerful technicolor universe, living as a comic book superhero named Maasai Angel. Compared to the pain of the real world, this battle is one Sabrina can handle. But will Sabrina stay in this dream world or return to reality and mourn her son? Surprising comedy and grace mark this stunning new play by one of America’s most acclaimed new writers.
Cost of Living (April 23 to May 9, 2021)
Eddie is an unemployed truck driver whose ex-wife Ani becomes quadriplegic following a tragic-accident. Jess is an overworked, under-qualified, and nearly homeless young woman who becomes a personal caregiver for a wealthy graduate student with cerebral palsy. Cost of Living examines two pairs of relationships between disabled and able persons, the realities of facing the world with physical disabilities, and the moral impact of systemic inequities.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (May 21 to June 27, 2021)
Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box. An eclectic group of sixth-graders compete for the spelling championship of a lifetime, while candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home lives. Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee has charmed audiences across the country with its effortless wit and humor. And some of the spellers are drawn from the audience! This is one bee to remember!