Single tickets for the Theatre Department Season go on sale Friday, September 22 at 9am!

Dance and Ragtime tickets will be available at a later date.

Theatre Department Season

4 shows - HSPVA Black Box Theatre

Starting at $44.00

Cabaret HSPVA Theatre

November 9-11, 7:00pm
November 11, 2:00pm

General admission seating
HSPVA Black Box Theatre

Book by Joe Masteroff
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb

Winner of 8 Tony Awards

The decadence of 1930s Berlin comes to life in this Tony Award-winning musical! An American writer falls in love with an English nightclub singer. A German landlady and a Jewish shopkeeper find their lives turned upside down as Germany slowly yields to the Nazis. Join the Master of Ceremonies, “leave your troubles outside,” and come to the Cabaret.

Romeo and Juliet HSPVA Theatre

April 5-7, 7:00pm
April 7, 2:00pm

A tale of star-crossed lovers
By William Shakespeare

General admission seating
HSPVA Black Box Theatre

A feud between warring households disrupts the city of Verona and leads to a tragic end for Romeo and Juliet, who, as fate dictates, succumb to the passion of forbidden love against the will of their powerful and unforgiving families. Follow one of the world’s most iconic couples through this story of romance, murder, and tragedy!

Studio Series HSPVA Theatre

RED STUDIO SERIES

November 29, 6:00pm
November 30, 6:00pm
December 1, 6:00pm

GRAY STUDIO SERIES

April 24, 6:00pm
April 25, 6:00pm
April 26, 6:00pm

General admission seating
HSPVA Black Box Theatre

Stay tuned for Studio Series information! Studio Series productions are pitched and produced by HSPVA Theatre students. Past projects have included original children’s theatre touring local elementary schools to avant-garde explorations of current social issues to contemporary takes on classic plays.

All-School Productions

Dates and ticketing information coming soon!

HSPVA Theatre Ragtime

Winner of the 1998 Tony Awards for Best Book and Best Score
Reserved seating
HSPVA Denney Theatre

Book by Terrence McNally
Music by Stephen Flaherty
Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens

Ragtime is a sweeping musical portrait of early-twentieth-century America that tells the story of three families in pursuit of the American Dream. A unique and powerful portrait of America, the 2017 All-School Musical features a cast of 60 and a full orchestra.

HSPVA’s production of Ragtime is rated PG13. It is an honest examination of cultural tensions in the early 1900s and includes racial slurs and mature language that may not be appropriate for all audiences.

Other HSPVA Events

Check out the entire 2017-2018 Season!

september

21sep(sep 21)3:45 pmThird Coast ShowVisual Arts Exhibition

27sep(sep 27)7:00 pmWind Chamber Music ConcertInstrumental Music Event

october

06oct(oct 6)7:00 pmLimelight ConcertVocal Music Performance

19oct(oct 19)5:00 pm46th Annual Spaghetti SupperInstrumental and Vocal Music Performances

28oct(oct 28)8:00 amVocal Middle School Workshop

28oct(oct 28)9:00 amCreative Writing Middle School Workshop

29oct(oct 29)6:00 pmBand Performance with Houston Concert BandInstrumental Music Performance

Your Visit to HSPVA

HSPVA
4001 Stanford Street
Houston, Texas 77006

The HSPVA Box Office is in the Commons, directly outside the Denney Theatre.

The best way to purchase tickets is online at www.hspvaboxoffice.com.

We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

The best way to reach the Box Office is via email. Contact us now!

The Box Office is open 60 minutes prior to the performance and through intermission. The theater is open for seating 30-15 minutes prior to curtain, depending on the production.

PARKING

Parking is available in the HSPVA faculty and student lots as well as the surrounding neighborhood. Please practice safe parking! Secure or remove all valuables from your vehicle.

 

LATE SEATING

As a courtesy to other patrons and to the performers, latecomers and those who exit the theater during the performance will not be admitted into the house until an appropriate interval (determined by the performance management).

 

CAMERAS

Cameras and recording devices are not allowed inside the Denney Theatre or the Black Box at any time. Photography is strictly prohibited. Offenders may be removed without refund.

 

FOOD AND DRINK

Concessions are offered in the Commons for you to enjoy during intermission. Food and drink are strictly prohibited in all performances spaces at HSPVA.

 

SMOKING

In accordance with HISD policy (Education Code 38.006) smoking, including the use of electronic cigarettes, is not permitted at HSPVA.

 

APPROPRIATE CONDUCT & LIABILITY

Box Office Staff/HSPVA faculty reserves the right to refuse admission or eject any person whose conduct is deemed by management to be disorderly or who fails to comply with HSPVA personnel and posted signs. Your use of a ticket acknowledges your willingness to appear in photographs taken in public areas of HSPVA, releasing liability resulting from use of such photographs. Titles, artists, dates, and prices are subject to change.

 

FIREARMS NOT PERMITTED

In accordance with HISD policy, firearms are prohibited at HSPVA events. For more information about the Texas “open carry” law, please reference the Houston Independent School District and City of Houston websites.

For Ragtime and At The Apollo group sales (15 or more tickets for a single performance), or for sponsorship/advertising information, please contact Jonathan Klein.

All ticket sales are final and there are no refunds.   

When your plans change, the Box Office is happy to assist you in exchanging tickets if possible. Please note that exchanges must be made at least 24 hours in advance and are not permitted after the performance has begun. When you exchange tickets, every effort is made to provide seats in the same section.

For Season Ticket holders, there is no fee to exchange a ticket. However, you will pay the difference in ticket price when exchanging from a lower-priced seat to a higher-priced seat.

Single tickets may be exchanged with a $10 per ticket fee. Additionally, you will pay the difference in ticket price when exchanging from a lower-priced seat a higher-priced seat.

 

TICKET DONATION

If your schedule will not permit you to attend a performance, you may choose to donate your ticket back to HSPVA. We will send you a receipt for the face value of your ticket for tax purposes. Please note, ticket donations are not accepted after the ticketed performance has begun.

To maintain inexpensive ticket pricing, as well as help offset expenses related to box office hardware, software, and third party online sales services, HSPVA must charge a service fee to each sale. We make every effort to keep the fees as reasonable as possible. Season Ticket purchases will incur a $5 per subscription package handling fee, and individual ticket purchases are charged an additional $3 fee per ticket.