Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS), founded in 1968 by Frank M. Young, is Houston’s acclaimed musical theatre production company. Since producing, directing and conducting TUTS’ first production, Bells Are Ringing, Young guided the non-profit company to national prominence through 300 musicals. Breckenridge and Young are continuing the distinguished leadership that brought .
TUTS’ name originates from its first venue, Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, where TUTS has performed—free to the public—for 40 consecutive summers. It holds the all-time Miller attendance record of 91,000 for Grease. In 1972, TUTS started an indoor season at the downtown Music Hall. It now produces a subscription season of six musicals, plus the free Miller show. TUTS is considered a top American musical theatre company, noted for its World Premieres and National Tours
In 2002 TUTS moved into its new downtown home, the $100 million Hobby Center for the Performing Arts. This state-of-the-art complex, designed by world-renowned Robert A.M. Stern, contains the 2,650-seat Sarofim Hall, the 500-seat Zilkha Hall, a restaurant, a parking garage, offices and classroom space, and TUTS’ own “Encore” theatrical boutique. The fiber-optic ceiling of Sarofim Hall now keeps TUTS "under the stars" all year long.
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