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Community Theatres Comprise a lot of theatre in Houston. Perhaps because there are so many "burbs" regardless you can sometimes find so surprisingly refreshing work being done. The list below is by no means completed..use the list below to "hop" to a specific Profile.
- 15 listed-

Ace Theatre (NW)
Applause Theatre Company (NW)
Bill and Teks (forthcoming)
Country Playhouse
Company Onstage
Encore Theatre
Fort Bend
HITS Unicorn Theatre

Paint it Yellow Productions
Pasadena Little Theatre
Playhouse 1960
Theatre Southwest
Unhinged Productions
UpStage Theatre
Theatre Suburbia

Houston Community Theatres
ACE Theatre
in residence at the Plymouth United Church
5927 Louetta in northwest Houston
between Steubner Airline and Kuykendahl

toll free number 877-768-3675
ACE Theatre is a young non-profit community theatre, just two years old, but we carry in our ranks many seasoned veterans. Our mission is to bring the very best in community Theatre to Northwest Houston through education and quality productions. We are always looking for new people young and old. Auditions are open to the public and no parts are pre-cast. We also welcome those with stage fright to help out backstage in a variety of ways: programs, ticket sales, sound, lights, set construction, etc.
Applause Theatre Company
6608 F.M. 1960 W
Behind Superior Waterbed
1/2 mile East of Willowbrook Mall

Applause Theatre Company is a member of Texas Non-Profit Theatres.

Applause Theatre Company is a non-profit youth musical theatre and school located in northwest Houston by Willowbrook Mall. Applause offers programs for beginners to advance with our Broadway Series, Workshops and acting classes. Registration is going on now- Don't miss your

A project funded in part by a grant from the City of Houston and the Texas Commission for the Arts through the Cultural Arts Council of Houston and Harris County.

Country Playhouse

12802 Queensbury, Houston TX 77024
Town and Country Village

This community theatre located in Town and Country Plaza Features two stages, one mainstage and one black box. A small Stipend is offered for most shows. 2 stages-

Company Onstage

located in Southwest Houston, at 536 Westbury Square, just off of the corner of Chimney Rock and Burdine.

The Company OnStage Theater, founded in 1978 by Hank and Joyce McNally, is one of Houston's oldest and most succesful non-profit community theaters. Located in Westbury Square in Southwest Houston, the Company OnStage offers entertaining and quality theatrical performances for young and old alike as well as education and activities in all areas of theatrical production

Encore Theatre
(currently in the process of rebuilding...)

Fort Bend Community Theatre

2815 N. Main St. • Stafford, TX 77477
For ticket information
please call: (281) 208-3333

Way out Southwest among Stafford and Sugarland is the Fort Bend Community theatre situated in an old classic looking theatre...

Fort Bend Community Theatre was founded in 1989 in Sugar Land, Texas by Frank and Karen Letts. Features a children's program (classes and productions) and evening shows for adults.
Pretty much all volunteer, they do occasionally pay for Fundraiser productions.

HITS Theatre
311 W. 18th Street
Houston, Texas USA 77008

Voice: 713.861.7408

HITS is located in the Historic Houston Heights neighborhood, northwest of downtown Houston

HITS was founded in 1980 as a place where kids could get professional-quality theatre training and showcase their talent!

Today the tradition continues with classes for kids from age 4 through 18 and family-oriented Broadway-style theatre performances, featuring actors of all ages.


Paint it Yellow Productions

P O Box 401
Richmond, TX 77406-0401Mailing Address: Paint It Yellow Productions
P O Box 401


Paint It Yellow Productions, Inc., is founded on the knowledge that live professional theatre is a vital asset and service to the community. Officially, the purpose for which this Corporation is formed is to establish and sustain a professional theater that:

Provides education and enhances appreciation of the theatrical experience;
Promotes community service and involvement; and Nurtures artists through the production of new and traditional works in an atmosphere of mutual respect and integrity;

Pasadena Little Theatre

4318 Allen Genoa Road, 77502

Call 713-941-1PLT (1758)

The Pasadena Little theatre is the oldest community theatre in continuous operation in the Houston, Texas area. As we enter our forty-eighth season, we invite you to join us.

Playhouse 1960

6814 Gant Rd
• Houston, TX - 77070 •

Playhouse 1960 is a non-profit, community based theater located in Houston, Texas. We welcome the general public to participate in our productions as well as attending performances. Curtain time for our Main Stage performances are Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00PM, while our Children's Theater offers matinee performances at 3:00PM on Saturday and Sundays.
Theatre Southwest Theatre Southwest is a non-profit organization that is run and operated by volunteers! Who knows why after 20 some odd years they still don't compensate the performers. But hey, it's all for FUN right?

Stage: Small and intimate.
Affordable Membership Fee

Unhinged Productions Currently "Homeless: Unhinged Produces works at the atomic Cafe Venue! Check back for updates.

Upstage Theatre

UpStage Theatre
5601 S. Braeswood (Inside the JCC)
Houston, TX

"Founded in 2000 by Artistic Director Arnold Richie, UpStage Theatre kicked off its inaugural season in 2000-2001. All performances are held in both the Kaplan Theater and the Frank Theater of The Jewish Community Center of Houston, Texas."

Theatre Suburbia

Address: 1410 W. 43rd, Houston
Phone: (713) 682-3525

Theatre Suburbia is conveniently located at 1410 West 43rd Street at Oak Forest just outside the 610 Loop near Ella Boulevard.

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