To Go or Not To Go — That is the question
Every summer the city of Houston, in association with the University of Houston, hold the annual Houston Shakespeare Festival. Since the beginning the festival has entertained almost 500,000 people who come all sorts of places. This is a great family event to go to, or make a family day out of it by first visiting one of the museums in the area. All you need is a blanket or couple of chairs to sit on the hill.
There are two productions/plays put on each summer. Go out to Miller Outdoor Theater in Hermann park to watch either Hamlet or The Comedy of Errors. These are both great plays sure to bring an evening of great entertainment.
So here are the details:
For tickets visit the Miller Outdoor Theater website, otherwise there is plenty of open space on the grass on the hill (Great for a group out-ting)
Where: Miller Outdoor Theater in the heart of the museum district.
Time: All performances start at 8:30 pm
The comedy of Errors
August 4, 8, 10 and 12, 2012
August 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11, 2012
*** There are free tickets available for the seating area while they last. About 5 min before the performance the theater opens up any open seats, free to the public.