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Sugar Land Auditorium


Built in 1917 and nearing its centennial, SUGAR LAND AUDITORIUM serves as the host facility for INSPIRATION STAGE theatrical productions. This richly-significant building was officially designated as a historic landmark in 1993 by the Texas Historic Society. Restoration on the 400-seat house began in 1999 and was completed in 2011 through the combined efforts of the Sugar Land Heritage Society, Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation, The City of Sugar Land, Fort Bend ISD, George Foundation, and Houston Endowment, Inc. SUGAR LAND AUDITORIUM is the last remaining public building of the original Imperial Sugar Company-owned town of Sugar Land and the only building left from the original Sugar Land ISD #17.


  • December 2, 2022

    Beetlejuice The Musical JR [Exclusive Pilot Production]

    Directed and Choreographed by Mandy Seymore-Sensat Co-Directed by Jeff Sensat Music Directors Brian Yeakley and Whitney Robinson Stage Manager Riccardo Orlandi ABOUT THE SHOW – Inspiration Stage is proud to exclusively premiere this pilot production through special permission from and arrangement with Music Theatre International and iTheatrics. Adapted directly from the full length Broadway hit musical Beetlejuice, the ghost-with-the-most comes | Read More

  • December 16, 2022

    Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer JR

    Directed and Choreographed by Mandy Seymore Music Director Brian Yeakley Stage Manager Caleb Fusco Student Asst to the Stage Manager Kaitlyn Jackson Student Asst to the Director Kate McMurtrey ABOUT THE SHOW — A holiday classic soars off the screen and into a musical adaptation of the beloved animated television special. Because of his shiny nose, Rudolph doesn’t feel like | Read More