Spamalot Looks on The Bright Side of Life!
If you and your friends are looking for a great time - grab your coconuts and 'ride' toward The Hobby Center to see Monty Python's Spamalot, playing May 14 - 26! Make sure you avoid the shrubbery and the Knights of Ni - we'll see you here!
Click the video above to get a quick preview of TUTS' production of Spamalot on stage!
Monty Python's Spamalot - Tickets
TUTS' Content Guide - learn more about the show before coming to the theatre.
TUTS' production of Monty Python's Spamalot is made possible by the generosity of Apache Corporation and Total.
The Totally '80s Sing-Along co-presented with Aurora Picture Show
A free event in celebration of the upcoming TUTS' presentation of Flashdance The Musical!
Saturday, May 18, 7:30PM at Aurora Picture Show, 2442 Bartlett
Get ready to sing, dance, and party along with a custom subtitled collection of the best music videos from the decade that INVENTED the music video - the 1980s. Alamo Drafthouse's Action Pack has put together this event of custom subtitled videos full of big hair, bright neon tights, keytars, and Rick Astley just for this event, and it's guaranteed to make you stand heartache to heartache with Pat Benatar as you watch 99 Red Balloons float by. The night will also include music from TUTS’ upcoming production of Flashdance The Musical.
Limited lot parking, Carpooling encouraged, Street parking available as marked.
Cast Announced for Humphreys School of Musical Theatre's Production of Disney's High School Musical
School may be out for the summer but class is still in session when Humphreys School of Musical Theatre (HSMT) presents FREE performances of Disney’s High School Musical at Miller Outdoor Theatre June 12 – 14 at 11:00 a.m. and June 14 – 15 at 8:15 p.m. Disney Channel’s smash hit movie musical comes to life on stage with a large, talented cast of local students.
The most popular kid in school, Troy Bolton, will be played by Trey Curtis. The new girl in school and Troy’s romantic counterpart, Gabriella Montez, will be played by Katja Yanko. Megan McGuff appears as Sharpay Evans; Dillon Glass as Chad Danforth; McKenna Marmolejo as Kelsi Neilson; Libby Jasper as Taylor McKessie; Liam Johnson as Ryan Evans; and London Lane as Martha Cox. Please click here for a complete cast list.
HSMT's production of Disney's High School Musical is made possible by the generosity of the Miller Theatre Advisory Board, Inc. and The Wortham Foundation, Inc.
Reserved tickets under the pavilion are available for the evening performances. For each $50 donation, TUTS will hold two (2) tickets for you. Find out more here or contact Mary Beth Mosley at 713-558-2651 to make a donation over the phone.
For more information on the Humphreys School of Musical Theatre or Disney’s High School Musical, please visit www.tuts.com/highschoolmusical.
Houston Corporations Bring More than
Oil & Gas Services to the City
As Houston’s premiere non-profit musical theatre company, TUTS relies on the support of our donors to help bring the best of Broadway to the Houston stage. TUTS’ production of Spamalot, which opened Tuesday to hysterical reviews, was made possible because of generous corporate support from Apache Corporation and Total Petrochemicals & Refining USA, Inc.
Around the globe, Apache Corporation and Total are known for their oil and gas services. But to us, they mean so much more. Apache Corporation, one of the world's top independent oil and gas exploration and production companies, has sponsored a TUTS production for the last six years including hits such as Dream Girls, Les Misérables and Miss Saigon. Total, one of the world’s largest integrated international oil and gas companies, has sponsored a TUTS’ production for seven years underwriting classics like South Pacific, White Christmas and Guys and Dolls.
Building and maintaining a strong arts and cultural infrastructure is crucial to the financial health and vitality of any community. The arts improve the quality of life by enhancing a community’s ability to attract and sustain economic activity, and by creating a climate where innovation can flourish. Arts are especially important in Texas where citizens place a high priority on access to arts and cultural events in their communities, as well as access to arts education.
We salute Apache Corporation and Total for their support of TUTS and their commitment to making Houston’s arts scene more vibrant and accessible to thousands of Houstonians each year.