Plan your visit Details, Details!

Location

You can find us in the Houston Center for the Arts building, a really great historic space on Allen Parkway near Waugh Drive. We share the building with the Houston Arts Alliance and the Bayou Preservation Association.


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But...

It’s a little confusing, because the theatre/box office entrance is actually on Rosine Street. So check out this map before you head our way! (and if you’re trying to find us with GPS or your own mapping service, try using 600 Rosine St. as the address).

Parking

PLEASE NOTE: Our city is growing quickly and parking is at a premium in our increasingly popular neighborhood. We appreciate your patience as we work with our neighbors to seek additional parking solutions.

For the best experience please plan to arrive AT LEAST 20 minutes before your performance to ensure adequate time to park, pick up your tickets and get to your seats. 

FREE PERFORMANCE PARKING for Stages ticket-holders is available in the Houston Center for the Arts parking lot on the south side of the building on D’Amico Street (in blue on the map above). During business hours parking in this lot is $2 per car. This lot is owned and operated by the City of Houston Convention and Entertainment Department, and is the only official designated parking for Stages Repertory Theatre. We strongly encourage you to make use of this lot.

Should you choose to park elsewhere, please be advised that the pay lot on Rosine Street (directly across from the main entrance to the theater) is privately owned and is in no way affiliated with Stages, the Houston Center for the Arts, or the City of Houston. This lot is in high demand by other area businesses during Stages show times and can be difficult to navigate. Towing is strictly enforced at the private businesses and parking lots surrounding Stages. 

Accessible parking for those with special needs is available in the D'Amico parking lot and also along Rosine St. directly in front of the Stages box office entrance.


What to Wear

The short answer is whatever you’re comfortable being seen wearing in public. Business casual is always a safe bet, but folks show up in everything from jeans to ball gowns to crazy wigs, and we’re happy to see you regardless (as long as you’ve got the essential bases covered, if you know what we mean).

Handy Tip – Many patrons find the temperature in our theaters to be fairly cool. Please consider dressing in layers or bringing a sweater or wrap.

Restaurants

...and Other Cool Stuff Nearby
We’ve marked some of our favorite local spots on the map above! And please don’t hesitate to ask our friendly sales team for their personal recommendations.