Performing arts studio and theater Inspiration Stage recently relocated to Sugar Land Town Square at 2210 Lone Star Drive, Sugar Land, according to an Aug. 16 news release.

Originally located at Sugar Land Auditorium, followed by a move to Stafford, Inspiration Stage moved to Town Square in May of this year, according to the news release. The 6,000-square-foot space includes a 150-seat theater, a lobby, a studio and a lab, and it offers classes for ages 4-19 and performance opportunities for youth and adults.

“We are thrilled to now be located in the heart of Sugar Land Town Square,” said Mandy Seymore-Senat, artistic director at Inspiration Stage, in the news release. “Our families and patrons love seeing our shows and enjoying the fabulous restaurants and shops in the Square. The atmosphere here is electric, and we are so thrilled to be providing Fort Bend residents with quality theater with heart.”

Inspiration Stage celebrates the organization’s 10th season this year with 14 to 16 shows including Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast Jr." and "The Lion King Kids," "The Wizard of Oz" and "Shrek."

“Performing arts is an important component to any community,” said Matt Ragan of Rebees, the real estate company that helps manage Sugar Land Town Square, in the news release. “We are building a creative culture at Sugar Land Town Square, and Inspiration Stage is the perfect new addition to bring into the mix to create a robust, enjoyable experience for residents and visitors alike.”