9 Things To Do In Houston This June

Miranda Proctor | June 7, 2019 | Lifestyle


Through 6/9
Jerome Robbins’ Broadway
Don’t miss TUTS feting its 50th anniversary season with a roundup of Jerome Robbins’ greatest hits, including West Side Story, Gypsy, On the Town and Peter Pan. See website for schedule, orchestra seats from $30, The Hobby Center, tuts.com

Through 6/27
Vincent van Gogh: His Life in Art
With over 50 of van Gogh’s masterpieces on display, the MFAH is the only venue for this major survey. Catch it before it ends June 27. Tickets $25, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, mfah.org

The Woodlands’ Wine & Food Week
With more than 10 foodie-friendly events packed into a single week, The Woodlands’ Wine & Food Week is rolling out the merlot carpets to celebrate its 15th anniversary. Expect expert panels, tastings, seminars and the finale, the Grand Tasting & Chef Showcase. See website for schedule and ticket prices, The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, wineandfoodweek.com

The Society for the Performing Arts presents the longest-running American musical in Broadway history. Chicago has dazzled audiences from Mexico City to Moscow, Sao Paulo to South Africa, and for six nights only, Houstonians too can experience “all that jazz!” See website for schedule, level two seats $130, Jesse H. Jones Hall, spahouston.org

When I Breathe, I Draw, Part II
Innovation is at the forefront of Roni Horn’s “drawings.” Her technique of cutting paper as a means to draw creates new spaces that, according to the artist, “take you through the world.” Contributor membership $100, Menil Drawing Institute, menil.org

Texas Music Festival Opening Saturday
The Immanuel and Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival kicks off its 30th anniversary season with guest soloist and 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition silver medalist Kenny Broberg—a TMF alum—on the piano for Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. The musical evening concludes with Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade. 7:30pm, tickets $25, University of Houston Moores Opera House,

Stanton Welch AM’s rich and poignant blend of storytelling and choreography breathes life into the dramatic history of France’s young monarchs, Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI, in a three-act ballet. 7:30pm, loge seating $150, Wortham Center, Brown Theater, houstonballet.org

Jennifer Lopez
After a six-year hiatus from performing, J-Lo is bringing the party to H-Town just one month before her big 5-0. 8pm, best seats $500, Toyota Center, toyotacenter.com

Luis Miguel
After recently winning his sixth Latin Grammy and the Latin American Music Award for best tour of 2018, this suave Latin pop icon returns to Houston following a sold-out show at Toyota Center last summer. 8:30pm, premium tickets $500, Toyota Center, toyotacenter.com


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