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The Masquerade Theatre presents Gypsy - the full-time resident theatre company in Zilkha Hall at the Hobby Center brings on a musical titled Gypsy. They will feature a special "Out at Masquerade" night November 16th where the GLBT community will get a discount on tickets purchased for that performance. In addition, the theatre is planning a "Out Night" at the rest of our shows this 2007 season. If you miss these dates then you can check out their website at and find at least seven full-length musical productions each season.

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More about Musical Theatre in Houston area --

HOUSTON, TEXAS - Are you a closet musical theatre lover? Theatre Under
The Stars invites the GLBT community to come out to the special "Out at
TUTS" evenings as part of its 2004-2005 season at the Hobby Center for
the Performing Arts (800 Bagby at Walker). "Out at TUTS," which will
be held on the second Wednesday night of each show run, will feature a
fabulous musical immediately followed by a cabaret evening of live piano
music, cast members from the show, and fellow musical theatre lovers -
all at Artista restaurant in the Hobby Center.

"Out at TUTS" nights for the 2004-2005 season include Hair on September
15, 2004; A Chorus Line on October 27, 2004; Singin' in the Rain on
December 8, 2004; Anything Goes on February 2, 2005; The King and I on
March 23, 2005; and Peter Pan on May 11, 2005.

There are three easy ways to come out and subscribe to these six
special nights: call TUTS at (713) 558-TUTS (8887), log on to,
or visit the TUTS Box Office at the Hobby Center for the Performing
Arts. Request code "Out94" to receive a coupon for 10% off food and
drinks after these special performances, compliments of Artista. Single
tickets for "Out at TUTS" will go on sale six weeks prior to each show
run. This special "Out at TUTS" night is sponsored by OutSmart magazine.

Sponsors of Theatre Under The Stars' 2004-2005 Season include The
Humphreys Foundation, ConocoPhillips, Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Hickam, Humana,
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, Bank One, Union Pacific, AIG
American General, Burlington Resources, Duke Energy, EIM Controls, Ernst &
Young, JPMorgan Chase, Locke Liddell & Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey D.
Roberts, Jr., Wells Fargo, Sterling Bank, International Fragrances, The
Downtown Club and Landry's Restaurant. For all of Theatre Under The
Stars' 2004-05 shows, air transportation is provided by Continental
Airlines, the official airline of Theatre Under The Stars. Media sponsors
include ABC-13, Houston Chronicle and Time Warner. These performances are
made possible through the support of the Houston Endowment, Inc., Brown
Foundation, Inc., and Wortham Foundation. Season support is funded in
part by grants from the City of Houston and the Texas Commission on the
Arts and Harris County through the Cultural Arts Council of
Houston/Harris County.

Theatre Under The Stars, one of America's largest producers of
non-profit musical theatre, was founded in 1968 by Frank M. Young. Theatre
Under The Stars was the first theatrical organization in Houston to
perform free to the public at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park, and has
since performed there each summer, giving Houston 43 lavish musicals
such as South Pacific, Fiddler on the Roof and The Who's Tommy. Since
its founding, Theatre Under The Stars has produced more than 240 major
musicals including many local, national and world premieres and is
currently represented on Broadway with Beauty and the Beast. TUTS is also
noted for mounting many International tours, including Debbie Reynolds in
The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Juliet Prowse in Mame, Jesus Christ
Superstar, Robert Goulet in Man of La Mancha, and the Tony Award-winning
Carousel, among others. As a way to continue the tradition of musical
theatre, Theatre Under The Stars' Humphreys School of Musical Theatre
provides instruction and stage experience for more than 1,700 students
annually. Now housed in the new Hobby Center for the Performing Arts,
Theatre Under The Stars annually presents the American Musical Theatre Awards
honoring individuals who have contributed significantly to the American
musical, as well as the Tommy Tune Awards honoring the best and
brightest in Houston's high school musical theatre programs.