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A Disney show that was outstanding, the performance by all was truly memorable. Story telling at its best with the set and props( magic carpet) was amazing. The best performance we have seen in a long while. Excellent job.
I would give Hobby Center a 5 star because the shows are World Class! All though I expect the ticket prices to be considerably higher in New York, I would hope we don't have to pay as much in my home town. Ticket prices and...More
Great seating with unobstructed views and good sound. Very easy to get to, with options for drinks or dining before the show. You are also permitted to takes drinks into the theater. Parking is in adjacent building for $15 the evening I attended.
I had heard a lot about this play and finally had a chance to see it. We were all happy and entertained. The staff at the Hobby Center are most helpful and professional as they guided us to the private reception and then the play.
Went to see a play at the Hobby Center and it is an amazing play to see a play. My seat was in the orchestra section, in the middle of the last row of the first section. Had a great view of the stage. Sound...More
Joined a friend to see "Potted Potter". The theater was small which lent to a very enjoyable performance. The actors were able to interact and connect with the audience in way that would be impossible in a larger theater. Although we were on the side,...More
Hobby Center is an exciting place to visit, the lobby has a beautiful view of downtown Houston and the theater is equally beautiful. Really enjoyed the play, was our third time to visit, there is a convenient parking garage directly behind the theater or valet...More
When my husband asked if I wanted to go see Lyle Lovett and that he was playing at the Hobby Center, I wasn't too excited (and I love Lye Lovett). My hesitancy was that he was playing at the Hobby Center. First, I thought Lyle...More