Love springs up after Saigon falls. Presented at the Alley Theater. Until November 3rd. 615 Texas Alley Theatre; Over $ 30; alleytheatre.org, 713-220-5700.
Andrew Lloyd Weber's cat-themed musical returns to stage. Part of the hobby series Broadway. Tuesday-October 27.Over $ 35. Hobby Center, 800 Bagby St .; houston.broadway.com/shows/cats; 713-315-2400.
“Yuri Mena Gary”
Tennessee Williams' classic. Presented at 4th Wall Theater Co. by November 2. $ 17- $ 53; Studio 101, 1824 Spring; 832-786-1849, 4thwalltheatreco.com.
“Salt, roots and roe deer”
Two twins face death together. Presented at the Stage Repertory Theatre. 20 October from Wednesday to Sunday; $ 20- $ 70; 3201 Allen Park Way; 713-527-0123, stagestheatre.com.
“Wake the Spring”
Rock musical for youth rebellion. Presented in Theater Under the Stars. Until October 20; Over $ 40; Hobby Center, 800 Bagby; 713-558-8887, tuts.com.
Drama commentary on Will Ino's media. Deliver from deadly theaters. Until October 20. All tickets payable price, $ 40 recommended price; Match 3400 Main Street; 713-522-2723, catastrophictheatre.com.
“Keep Brash 3”
Extensive music number featuring brass instruments. Presented at the Music Box Theatre. 7:30 pm. Friday and Saturday from 2 pm Sunday 13 October to 19 October; $ 31- $ 41, 2623 Colquitt St .; 713-522-7722, www.themusicboxtheater.com.
Classic / Opera
Bach Violin Concerto
Concert master Jonathan Godfrey leads Bach's major violin concerto. Mercury Houston Offers Saturday to October 24; Various locations; mercuryhouston.org/1920-bachs-violin-concerto; $ 37; 713-533-0080, mercuryhouston.org.
Hawkers Focus Pop
Halloween-inspired pop selection. Provided by Houston Symphony. 7:30 pm. Friday; Free or $ 20 booking; Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion; 713-224-7575; houstonsymphony.org.
José Luis Domínguez conducts the Houston Symphony in this annual Latin music tradition. Presented at the Greater Houston Institute in Mexico. 7:30 pm. Saturday; Miller open air theater; emptied; 713-224-7575; houstonsymphony.org.
Jacob Joyce conducts the Houston Symphony at this Halloween music show. 7:00 pm. Sunday; Miller open air theater; emptied; 713-224-7575; houstonsymphony.org.
Masquerade: keep music alive
Conroe Symphony Orchestra makes a variety of choices to entertain young and old, including highlights from Michael Story's "A Rockin & # 39; Halloween" and Stephen Schwartz's "Wicked". 7:30 pm. Saturday; Conroe High School, 3200 W. Davis St., Conroe; $ 20 for adults, $ 5 for children under 12 years old. 936-760-2144; conroesymphony.org
Martha Graham Dance Company
The Society for the Performing Arts introduces the legendary contemporary dance company as a classic and new piece of the Eve Project, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th revision, which gave women the right to vote. The classics include “Ekstasis” of 1933; "Chronicle" in 1936 and "Angel Transition" in 1948 8 p.m. Friday, Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana; $ 39- $ 99; 713-227-4772, spahouston.org.
An ensemble of 24 dancers and musicians, the Tango Lovers Company performs provocative shows that show the evolution of tango. 8 o'clock in the evening. Friday; 501 Texas Worsum Theater Center; $ 32- $ 97; 832-487-7041, tickets.houstonfirsttheaters.com.
Rio Ult Dance New York
Touring & # 39; Neo Modern & # 39; Dance Company showcases sensual and musical-focused work by Pascal Rioult, former founder of the French athletic star Martha Graham Company. 7:30 pm. Saturday, UHCL Bayou Theater, 2700 Bay Area Blvd .; $ 15; 281-283-3024, edu.bayou-theater.
New American Neoclassical Ballet in Houston introduces a ballet program based on horror movies. 8 o'clock in the evening. Wednesday; Match, 3400 main; $ 10- $ 20; 713-521-4533, matchouston.org
Russian Ballet Theater & # 39; Swan Lake & # 39;
Classic comes back overnight. 6 pm Sunday. $ 46- $ 106; Worm Theater Center, 501, Texas; 832-487-7041; russianballettheatre.com