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  • D Bar

    4409 Dowling St. Houston, TX 77004

  • D. M. Allison Art

    2709 Colquitt St. Houston, TX 77098
    832-607-4378

  • Da Camera

    1427 Branard St. Houston, TX 77006-4803
    713-524-7601

    http://www.dacamera.com

  • Dance Art Studio

    9888 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77036
    N/A

  • High School-Performing Arts

    4001 Stanford Houston, TX 77006
    713-942-1960

    http://www.hspva.org

  • Diamond Club South

    8926 Gulf Freeway Houston, TX 77017-7005
    713-941-9600

  • Studio 101

    1824 Spring St. Houston, TX 77008

  • Dosey Doe Music Cafe

    Dosey Doe Music Cafe

    463 Fm 1488 Road Conroe, TX 77384-3963
    936-271-2171

    http://www.doseydoescoffeeshop.com/acousticcafe.php

  • Downtown Flatonia

    208 E. N. Main St. , 78941

  • Dudley Recital Hall

    University of Houston, entrance no. 16 (off Cullen Blvd.) Houston, TX 77003
    713-743-3313

    http://www.uh.edu/music

  • Duncan Recital Hall - Rice University

    6100 Main St. Houston, TX 77005-1827
    713-348-4854

    http://www.music.rice.edu

  • East End Studio Gallery

    708 Telephone Road Houston, TX 77023
    713-363-0054

    http://www.eestudiogallery.com

  • EastDown Warehouse

    850 Mckee St Houston, TX 77002
    832-665-1734

    facebook.com/eastdownwarehouse

  • Edythe Bates Old Recital Hall and Organ

    6100 Main Houston, TX 77005
    713-348-4854

    http://www.ruf.rice.edu

  • El Dorado Ballroom

    2301 Elgin Ave. Houston, TX 77004
    713-526-7662

    From the depression era until about 1970, the Eldorado was the city's top upscale blues and jazz club. A roll call of the greats that have played there is endless - suffice to say that on one long weekend in the 1950s, Guitar Slim, Etta James, Clifton Chenier, Jimmie Reed and Charles Brown all played at "the home of happy feet." (Reed, James and Chenier on the same bill!) Desegregation spelled the club's doom, as well as that of most of the rest of the once-thriving black-owned businesses on nearby Dowling Street - the happy feet found other homes. Until 2003, when the artists of nearby Project Row Houses reopened the club. Now a historical landmark, today the club is open on special occasions. More >>

  • Eleanor Tinsley Park

    Eleanor Tinsley Park

    150 Sabine St. Houston, TX 77007
    713-247-3500

    As Wayne Coyne of renowned Oklahoma rock band The Flaming Lips once noted, Eleanor Tinsley Park operates as a “natural amphitheater.” Even in the blistering heat of summer, few things are cooler than listening to a fabulous band while sprawled out on Tinsley’s large grassy hill, as the downtown Houston skyline acts as a stunning backdrop. Formerly known as Buffalo Bayou Park, Tinsley is swarmed by tens of thousands of Houstonians and out-of-towners each year for the annual Free Press Summer Fest and a variety of other festivals, including the city’s annual Fourth of July fireworks show. During quieter months, joggers and dog walkers still pack the park, though there's plenty of room for everyone. More >>

  • Ensemble Theatre

    Ensemble Theatre

    3535 Main St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-520-0055

    http://www.ensemblehouston.org Founded more than 30 years ago "to preserve African-American artistic expression and to enlighten, entertain and enrich a diverse community," Midtown's Ensemble Theatre gets better each season. The stage fare is distinctly varied and indefectibly produced with the company's usual high polish and downtown sass. With musicals, comedies, dramas and every combination thereof, the talent on display is prodigious, the works are given definitive productions and all that's needed is your presence. You can reach Ensemble by our beloved Metro light rail — the stop's right across the street. How convenient is that for great, enlightened theater? More >>

  • ETC/East End Theater Co

    2317 Ships Mechanic Row, Galveston Galveston, TX 77550
    409-762-3556

  • Express Children's Theatre

    446 NW Mall Houston, TX 77092
    713-682-5044

    http://www.expresstheatre.com

  • Family Fun Festival

    6053 Bellfort Ave. Houston, TX 77033

  • Fan Factory Theatre Company

    1707 W. 43rd Houston, TX 77018
    832-651-5287

    http://www.fanfactory.org

  • Fort Bend Theater

    2815 N. Main, Stafford Stafford, TX 77477
    281-208-3333

    http://www.fortbendtheatre.com

  • Freneticore Theater

    Freneticore Theater

    5102 Navigation Houston, TX 77011
    832-426-4624

    http://www.freneticore.net

  • Fresh Arts

    Fresh Arts

    2101 Winter St. Houston, TX 77007
    713-868-1839

    http://www.spacetaker.org The Fresh Arts Coalition-Spacetaker merger is a solid illustration of one team being stronger than two individuals. In April, the ten-year-old Fresh Arts Coalition (a marketer for select art presenters) and the nine-year-old Spacetaker (an established support system for creative types) made the tying of the knot official. Headed by Jenni Rebecca Stephenson, a longtime arts advocate and Spacetaker's executive director since 2009, the new organization has continued to present sweet events such as Cultured Cocktails, artist talks and workshops. More >>

  • Fulbrook Vineyard

    5530 Fulbrook Green Fulshear, TX 77441

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