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On the Garza Mainstage

10760 Grant Road

Houston, TX 77070

Tickets $35 - $54


Fri. March 15 @ 7:30 PM


Sat. March 16 @ 2:00 PM


Sat. March 16 @ 7:30 PM


Sun. March 17 @ 3:00 PM


Gypsy is presented by special arrangement with Music Theatre International.


March 1 - 17, 2024

A Musical Fable
Book by Arthur Laurents
Music by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Suggested by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee

Regarded by many theatre professionals as the finest musical ever created, Gypsy is the ultimate tale of an ambitious stage mother fighting for her daughters’ success – while secretly yearning for her own. Set all across America in the 1920s and 30s, when vaudeville was dying and burlesque was born, Arthur Laurents’ landmark show explores the world of two-bit show business with brass, humor, heart and sophistication.

“The quintessential American musical.” 

– The Hollywood Reporter


“I've always had only one choice in the category of favorite musical. It is Gypsy...a wrenching fable about a tyrannical stage mother and the daughters she both champions and cripples - yet also a showcase for one classic Jule Styne/Stephen Sondheim song and rousing Jerome Robbins vaudeville routine after another.” 

– Frank Rich, The New York Times

“Styne’s score [is] one of the best for any show ever.” 

– Ben Brantley, The New York Times

“Fabulous... a testament to the power of the integrated musical in that the book by Arthur Laurents, the music by Jule Styne and the lyrics by Stephen Sondheim are all partners in a genuine coalition.” 

– Michael Billington, The Guardian

“Gypsy, the 1959 fable of the last days of vaudeville, shines with a magnified transparency that lets you see right down to the naked core of characters so hungry for attention that it warps them.” 

– Ben Brantley, The New York Times

“With its backstage shenanigans, dark-tinged striver's success story, and characters perpetually on the road, Gypsy is arguably, in thematic terms, the quintessential American musical.”

 – Leslie Felperin, The Hollywood Reporter

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