TUTS Underground to Screen HEATHERS for Free at The Hobby Center
TUTS Underground and Alamo Drafthouse Houston in partnership with the Hobby Center present the cult classic film HEATHERS on April 22 at 6:30 p.m. at The Hobby Center for Performing Arts (800 Bagby St., Houston, TX, 77002). Tickets are free! See TUTSUnderground.com for details.
We're partnering with the Hobby Center and Alamo Drafthouse to bring the iconic cult hit film -- HEATHERS -- to the big screen for FREE! Don't miss this chance to see Winona Ryder and Christian Slater starring in some of their earliest roles.
We'll kick off the night at 6:30 p.m. with live music by the funk/soul group Tightn' Up! Grab dinner from the Moonrooster or Craft Burger food truck and enjoy a sample of beer courtesy of Saint Arnold Brewery.
Shortly before the film starts, there will be a HEATHERS - THE MUSICAL ticket giveaway! Additionally, attendees will be able to purchase tickets to HEATHERS - THE MUSICAL at the event.
TUTS extends a special thanks to the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, Saint Arnold Brewery, Alamo Drafthouse, Tightn' Up, Moonrooster, and Craft Burger.
Things to know before arriving:
- Heathers is Rated R: Parental Advisory is strongly suggested.
- The screening will take place under a covered concrete slab. Lawn chairs are highly recommended!
- You may bring your own snacks! We ask that you keep the Hobby Center clean by disposing of any trash before you leave.
Beginning April 28th through May 8th, join us for the grand finale of TUTS Underground's third season with HEATHERS - THE MUSICAL. Based on the 1989 cult classic film, this dark, delicious musical has everything you love about the movie and killer music. Tickets for HEATHERS - THE MUSICAL start at $25 and may be purchased online at tutsunderground.com or by phone at 713.558.TUTS (8887).
Brought to you by the award-winning creative team of Kevin Murphy (Desperate Housewives), Laurence O'Keefe (Bat Boy, Legally Blonde) and Andy Fickman (She's the Man). TUTS Underground audiences will be familiar with Murphy & Fickman's work from last season's Reefer Madness. The film's sly satire is easily translated into the bold language of musical comedy that plays strong to a multi-generational audience.