Theatricks’ Project Theatre traveling show, The Little Red Hen, will begin its fall season on Oct. 2 with a visit to Houston Elementary School in Denison. The traveling show will be performing at local and area schools during regular school hours every Thursday throughout the fall.
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Channel your inner cat or dog to audition this Tuesday and Wednesday for Strays, The Musical. The auditions will be from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. each day at the Honey McGee Playhouse in Sherman. Call-backs will be this Thursday.
Rehearsals are underway for the Sherman Community Players’ season opener, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, set to begin Oct. 10. The production provides a unique opportunity for a majority of the cast to play a variety of parts and promises to give audiences an interesting twist to the familiar story.
There are times when living in North Texas has its disadvantages — looking your way here, July — but for much of the year, the weather makes Texoma a great place to call home. And Saturdays in September certainly fall in that second category. The Sherman Chamber of Commerce will commandeer the city’s Municipal Park for the annual Autumn Arts Fest this weekend, placing a particular emphasis on the musical arts for 2014.
It’s a well-established bit of local lore that John Henry “Doc” Holliday practiced dentistry in Denison for a short time in 1874 while trying to duck Dallas gambling charges. Unfortunately for local historians, that was a good three years before Holliday met and began his subsequent association with famed lawman Wyatt Earp, meaning Tombstone’s most famous deputy town marshal never made a mark on Texoma.
Joan Rivers, a stand-up comedian, writer and outrageous television personality best known for hurling cutting barbs at fellow celebrities as well as herself, has died. She was 81.
Theatricks will open its 2014-15 season on Sept. 5 with the Tony Award-winning musical, The Secret Garden. Performances will be held at the Honey McGee Playhouse in Sherman.
Between the two, REO Speedwagon and Chicago have sold more than 140 million albums over the last five decades. They’ve toured the country alongside pretty much any act you can think of from the ’80s, filling stadiums and amphitheaters with crowds and classic rock.
It’s the last few weeks of summer, so that means it’s time to board planes, trains and automobiles to your favorite vacation spot so that you can soak up the final rays of summer sun. But, before you clock out, it’s important to keep in mind some of the biggest destination don’ts.
BONHAM Music, spinning and antique cars will make up activities in the coming days at the Creative Arts Center. The nonprofit center is located at 200 West 5th Street.