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Spring Break Theater Fun at Main Street Theater!

Main Street Theater

Main Street Theater has 2 offerings for families during Spring Break next week: How I Became a Pirate and Ramona Quimby.  Both productions are playing in midtown at 3400 Main Street.  Pirate plays Monday & Tuesday (March 13 & 14).  Ramona plays Wednesday – Friday (March 15 – 17).  All shows are at 10:30am. Tickets range from $16 – $20 depending on seating.  Ages 3 and up.  More details below.


Ramona 1

Ramona also has performances March 12 at 12:30 & 3:30 and March 18, 25, and April 1 at 11am and 2pm.

Sensory-Friendly Performance: Sunday, March 12 at 3:30pm

ASL Performance: Saturday, April 1 at 2pm


Pirate cast a

Pirate also has performances April 22 at 11am and 2pm

Sensory-Friendly Performance: Saturday, April 22 at 11am

ASL Shadow-Interpreted Performance: Saturday, April 22 at 2pm


Photos of both shows are attached:


Ramona photos are by Blueprint Film Co.

Ramona 1: Ramona Quimby (Lauren Ashley Miller) with her sister Beezus (Elizabeth Tinder)

Ramona 2: L-R: Aunt Bea (Whitney Zangarine), Ramona Quimby (Lauren Ashley Miller) and Beezus (Elizabeth Tinder)


Pirate photo is courtesy of Main Street Theater

The cast of How I Became a Pirate



Main Street Theater provides theater experiences for all ages.  Founded in 1975, our MainStage produces professional, intimate, literary plays for adults; our Theater for Youth produces professional, engaging productions based on children’s literature for families and school groups, both in-house and on tour around Texas; and we offer Education and Outreach programs on-site and at satellite locations around the Greater Houston area for youth aged 4 – high school.  We perform locally in 2 facilities: our Rice Village home on Times. Blvd., and as part of the MATCH (Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston) on Main Street. 



AHOY, MATEY! When Captain Braid Beard and his crew invite Jeremy Jacob to join their voyage, it’s the swashbuckling time of his life! No vegetables or table manners, and you get to have sword fights whenever you want. But Jeremy soon misses things like getting tucked into bed, goodnight kisses and story time. A heave-ho, blow-the-man-down tale you won’t want to miss!

Recommended for Pre-Kindergarten and up.
Children under the age of 3 (including sleeping babies) are not allowed in the theater.

Sign Language Interpreting services courtesy of the University of Houston’s ASL Interpreting Program.


When her father loses his job, Ramona Quimby learns that being grown up is hard work. But as her sister Beezus says, “being a kid and trying to become a grown up is even harder.” For more than 60 years, kids of all ages have delighted in the hilarious antics of Ramona and the Klickitat street gang in Beverly Cleary’s beloved Newbery Honor book series. Based on the books by Beverly Cleary: Beezus and Ramona, Ramona the Pest, Ramona and Her Father, Ramona the Brave, Ramona and Her Mother, Ramona Quimby, Age 8, and Ramona Forever.

Recommended for Kindergarten and up.

Children under the age of 3 (including sleeping babies) are not allowed in the theater.