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Pearl Theater

14803 Park Almeda Dr.
Houston, TX 77047


  • Performances are Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm and Sunday afternoons at 3pm. Special buy-one-get-one-free and Pay-What-You-Can performances are scheduled on weeknights during the run of a show.
The Pearl Theater entertains, informs, inspires, and educates to enrich the cultural life in the Pearland and greater Houston area. We encourage Arts lovers to attend and to participate in a variety of quality theatrical works, providing opportunities for adults and children to develop talents in all aspects of Theater Arts. We incorporate non-traditional casting in order to draw upon the rich diversity of the community and focus on giving the public a well-balanced theatrical season. The Pearl Theater was established as a home for creatives to take part in high-quality theatrical experiences. From the youngest actor to the most seasoned veteran, all are welcomed at the Pearl Theater to develop, explore, and share their passion for the Arts.

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