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Houston Symphony Pops - Hooray for Hollywood. The Pops season concludes as Michael Krajewski brings you a special tribute to the silver screen. Michael Krajewski, conductor. Houston events at Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana. Call 713-224-7575 for more info. Event ID:5/27

Houston Metropolitan Dance Company - Childrens Recital. 7pm. Houston events at Wortham Center, 501 Texas. Call 713-522-6375 for more info.

Dancin' In The Streets: Motown and More Review. Dancin’ In The Streets, Motown & More Revue. Soulful singers and dancers, and the red-hot BACE orchestra will lead you on a soulful trip down memory lane. It’s fabulous, fresh, and funky. The real thrill on the hill! Houston events at Miller Theater, In Hermann Park, 100 Concert Drive. Admissions: FREE. Call 281-FREE-FUN for more info. Event ID:5/27

Monty Python's Spamalot. A New musical lovingly ripped off from the motion picture Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Houston events at the Hobby Center. Call 713-693-2692 for tickets. Event ID:6/17

Treasure Island by Ken Ludwig, World Premiere. Houston events at the Alley Theatre, Hubbard Stage. Call 713-220-5700 for more info. Event ID:6/17

The Clean House, A New Comedy at the Alley Theatre. Call 713-220-5700 for more info. Event ID:5/27.


Houston Fine Arts Events

The Great Wall of China: Photographs by Chen Changfen. thru Aug.12, 2007. Born in 1941, Chen Changfen became a professional photographer at 18, and six years later, in 1965, photographed the Great Wall of China for the first time. Although he has continually photographed the wall over the last 30 years, the project was most actively pursued after the Cultural Revolution when he needed a restorative project. Call 713-639-7300 for more info. At Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet.

Frogs: A Chorus of Colors. See living frogs from around the world, marvel at their rainbow of colors, variety of sizes and beautiful sounds and learn how they have survived across the globe for more than 220 million years. Explore 15 diverse habitats and the fascinating frogs that call them home. At Museum of Natural Science, 1 Hermann Circle Drive. Call 713-639-IMAX for more info.

Brain: The World Inside Your Head. The first traveling exhibit to be open in the new Sue Trammell Whitfield Gallery. At the Health Museum, 1515 Herman Drive.



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