Top Arts Shows This Week: October 31-November 6, 2022|

Top Arts Shows This Week: October 31-November 6, 2022|

Blue Man Group comes to the Hobby Center for the latest nights | Courtesy of Blue Man Group

Check out the latest art productions and theater events opening across Houston from Monday, October 31 to Sunday, November 6, 2022.

Looking for ways to keep your theater calendar straight? We’ve got you covered with this weekly series tracking opportunities at theaters and art galleries throughout downtown Houston.

Dig deeper for ongoing performances taking place on stages across Houston by checking out 365 Houston Calendar.

Here is our list of must-see opportunities:

Top Arts Programs This Week: October 31 to November 6, 2022

  • Chamber Music Houston offers Words8 at Rice University Academic Concert Hall | Tuesday, November 1 – The British vocal group brings its signature, centennial song to the Chamber Music Houston stage at Rice University. Expect an evening of classical and contemporary music. $20 and up. 7:30 pm.
  • Houston Fringe Festival at MATCH | Tuesday, November 1 to Sunday, November 6 – Back after a two-year pandemic hiatus, this multi-day festival of sports and art offers world-class screenings of high-quality pieces by up-and-coming artists first and foremost. There’s also the festival’s closing night show, “Anything Goes.” $15. Show times vary.
  • ROCO Unchambered presents Kristin Wolfe Jensen at LIFE HTX | Friday, November 4 – At Montrose, the orchestra’s principal conductor presides over the teacher appreciation program. Plus, enjoy the world’s original commission and audience quizzes. Pay what you can; suggested price of $25. 7:30 pm.
  • The Houston Symphony presents Fiesta Sinfonica at Jones Hall | Friday, November 4 | FREE – Celebrate Latin and Hispanic music and culture at this annual concert, featuring music by Marquez, Piazzolla and more. Free with registration. 7:30 pm.
  • Gifts of Bones & Memory Dance All the Best Horses in a Row at the Houston Metropolitan Dance Center | Friday, November 4 – This theater work examines the life of Lizzie Borden, who allegedly murdered her family in Fall River, Massachusetts at the turn of the last century. Crime and trial have captivated the nation since that fateful August 1892. Tickets are pay-what-you-can. 8 p.m.
  • DaCamera presents An Evening with Branford Marsalis at the Wortham Center | Friday, November 4 – The jazz musician performs a concert of fan favorites and works that reflect his signature style. $42.50 and up. 8 p.m.
  • Shepherd School Opera offers gifts Street Scene at Brockman Hall for Opera | Friday, November 4 and Sunday, November 6 – Kurt Weill’s name Street Scene is a combination of European opera and American musical theater, with lyrics by Langston Hughes. Set on a New York summer street, a mystery is revealed that leads to violence. $25 and up. Friday 7:30pm; Sunday 2 pm.
  • Performing Arts Houston presents Blue Man Group at Jones Hall | Saturday, November 5 & Sunday, November 6 – With pulsing, original music, custom-made instruments, amazing audience interaction, and incredible absurdities, join the Blue Men in an exciting experience that unites audiences of all ages at Jones Hall. $39 and up. Times vary.
  • The Texas Medical Center Orchestra presents The Power of the Human Spirit at Hobby Center | Sunday, November 6 – The orchestra performs a series of works of 19th-century Romanticism, with works by Dvořák, Elgar and others. $25. 5 p.m.

This Week’s Final Performances

Four shows put on their closing performances throughout the week; 4th Wall Theatre’s The Thin Place and Coyote on the Fence from Dirt Dogs Theater both close on Saturday, November 5; and The Secret Of My Success and La Traviata close the curtain on Sunday 6 November.

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Holly Beretto writes about food and wine, art and interesting people for a variety of local and regional publications. In addition to 365 Things to Do in HoustonHis work was born in Arizona State University Alumni Magazine, Arts + Culture in Texas, Bayou City Magazine, Capital city, Galveston Monthly and A woman from Houston. He is also a regular contributor to’s Houston section. He earned his BA in mass communication with a minor in professional writing from Franklin Pierce College (now Franklin Pierce University) and his MA in communication studies with a journalism emphasis at from the University of St. Louis. He has worked in television news production, public relations and advertising in Rhode Island, Maine, New York and Texas. A native Rhode Islander, he has lived in Texas since 1997. He is the author of Christ as the Cornerstone: Fifty Years of Worship at St. Michael the Archangelpublished by Bright Sky Press.

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