Les Miserables, Disney's Aladdin and more: Houston's Broadway at the Hobby Center lineup announced for 2018-19 season

The 2018-19 lineup at the Hobby Center has been announced.

The 2018-19 lineup at the Hobby Center has been announced.

The Hobby Center Foundation's Broadway at the Hobby Center released its lineup for the 2018-19 season  today, including several shows returning to the venue by popular demand—"The Book of Mormon" and "Phantom of the Opera."

Subscription packages are available for current subscribers, according to a news release from the Hobby Center Foundation. Tickets for shows will become available to the general public throughout the season.

2018


Les Miserables, Sept. 25-30

Phantom of the Opera, Nov. 7-18

2019


The Book of Mormon, Jan. 15-20

Waitress, Jan. 29.-Feb. 3

Anastasia, March 5-10

The Play that Goes Wrong, March 26-31

Miss Saigon, May 7-12

Disney's Aladdin, June 26-July 14

Rent 20th anniversary tour, Aug. 6-11

Seasonal subscriptions are available to current subscribers, and a waiting list is available for new patrons interested in subscribing, according to the release. The subscription includes all of the performances except for "Phantom of the Opera" and "The Book of Mormon," which are available individually. Tickets to each performance will be available throughout the year for individual and group purchase.

Renewals must be purchased by April 6. $210 (current subscribers starting price). 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (Mon.-Fri)., 11 a.m.-4 p.m. (Sat.-Sun.). Hobby Center Box Office, 800 Bagby St., Houston. 800-952-6560. www.broadwayatthehobbycenter.com
By Vanessa Holt

A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of the paper in March 2017.


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