July 22 – August 6, 2017 The Houston Shakespeare Festival Conservatory is a rigorous two-week intensive summer camp for high school students, focusing on teaching Shakespeare performance and exposing students to the professional theatre world.
Session 1: July 26 – 29, 2017 Session 2: August 2 – 5, 2017 The University of Houston Cougar Choir Camp primarily focuses on preparing for upcoming All-State choir auditions, although other educational opportunities will be provided, including voice master classes, conducting classes, sight-reading instruction and acting basics.
The Intermediate Piano Camp, hosted by the Preparatory & Continuing Studies division of the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music, is designed for dedicated piano students in 4th–8th grades.
Examine patterns of migration and immigration to Houston with "Great Migrations: Past and Present" at The Heritage Society.
The Houston Shakespeare Festival presents Richard III Relentless ambition — political maneuvers, media manipulation and sibling rivalry —dominates the stage in this fast-paced production. The Wars of the Roses put Edward IV on the throne but, while everyone squabbles over the courtly pecking order, his brother Richard sets higher ambitions. Lenny Banovez, Artistic Director of the TITAN Theatre Company, directs the story of Richard's murderous path to the crown. For more information, visit https://www.houstonfestivalscompany.com/2017-season