february Arena Theatre
FEBRUARY 18-MARCH 1
William Shatner and Star Trek III, The Wrath of Kahn
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
Once On This Island, TUTS shutterstock.com
Photo courtesy of Joan Marcus
The iconic actor with a 50-year career in show business is touring the country, showing his powerful motion picture classic. After the movie, he sets up for a fascinating question and answer session with fans. Live long and prosper.
Direct from Broadway comes the tale of a fearless girl in search of her place in the world, ready to risk it all for love. Guided by the island gods, she sets out on a journey to reunite with the man who captured her heart.
Smart Financial Centre (Sugar Land)
Revention Music Center
The multimedia program features recent and world premiere works for voice, piano and percussion by composers David Lang and Shawn Crouch.
The band was recognized as the most listened to Mexican music group in the history of Spotify and Pandora, a real achievement in today’s digital world.
The Englishman is a skilled indie pop singer with an ear for neo soul, and alternative hip-hop sounds.
University of Houston School of Theatre & Dance students showcase the talent of today and the visionaries of the future.
FEBRUARY 22, 28 & MARCH 1
FEBRUARY 23, 29
Match Girl and Blackbird, Aperio
Jesse Dayton, Seth Walker
Rex Orange County
Yeltsin in Texas, Opera in the Heights Lambert Hall
Dosey Doe Big Barn (The Woodlands)
McGonigel’s Mucky Duck
The British rock band achieved success in the early and mid-1970’s with uncanny harmonies punctuated by twin lead guitars on songs such as “Blowin’ Free.”
The gifted guitarist has the distinction of playing on some of the last recordings by legends Waylon Jennings, Ray Price and Glen Campbell.
The unlikely true story of Boris Yeltsin's visit to a Houston supermarket and his eye-opening experience that shatters his view of communism, takes center stage.
FEBRUARY 21-JUNE 14
Chely Wright Main Street Crossing (Tomball)
The ACA named her Top New Female Vocalist in 1995, followed by her first huge country hit, "Shut Up and Drive." FEBRUARY 20
India Ramey McGonigel’s Mucky Duck
Her autobiographical lyrics feel more like personal statements than songs in many respects with southern gothic overtones. FEBRUARY 20-21 *
Bon Iver & TU Dance Jones Hall
The interesting collaborative piece between the indie folk outfit and the Minnesota dance company is touring the country.
Think of Them as Spaces: Brice Marden's Drawings
Peking Acrobats, SPA Jones Hall
The exploration of the artist’s draftsmanship and the catalytic role the medium plays within his practice is fascinating.
The troupe of tumblers, contortionists, jugglers and gymnasts perform with musicians, playing traditional instruments, bring a 2,000 year-old tradition to Houston.
Wortham Theater Center
House of Blues
The Menil Collection
Ballet Ball, Houston Ballet
Young Dolph, Key Glock
The elegant celebration of the ballet’s 50th anniversary includes an extensive a silent auction, seated dinner and first class entertainment.
Packing each track with memorable punchlines, the rap artists’ music practically begs listeners to shout along as they bring their triumphant trap flexes to the stage.
FEBRUARY 23- 24
White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs)
Funk Soul Legends Bands scheduled to appear include: Con Funk Shun, Brick, The Voice of Slave, Steve Arrington and Yarbrough & Peoples.
Founded in 2006, the English metalcore band is still populated by all the original members, recording and touring.
UH Goes to the MATCH
Kassandra, The Leader, Opera in the Heights Lambert Hall
The first performance of the double bill is based on Greek mythology; the second is an adaptation of a play by Eugène Ionesco. FEBRUARY 25
Illiterate Light White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs)
Formed in 2015, the band features gritty guitar melodies, honest lyricism and thunderous synth bass lines all layered in lush vocal harmony. FEBRUARY 25
The Lone Bellow, Early James Heights Theater
The Brooklyn group is a dream, creating an eclectic blending of voices of their alt-country, indie-folk music. FEBRUARY 25
House of Blues The talented trio of pop-folkies from Portland are sisters Natalie Closner Schepman and Allison and Meegan Closner.
*Editor’s Choice H O U S TO N H OT E L M A G A Z I N E
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