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Lee Coleé Studios Finds Children's Creative Sides with Theater
Lee Coleé Atnip loves working with kids and they love working with her. “They’re so enthusiastic,” she says. “They’re like a sponge. I like to nurture that spark and that natural talent.” Talent for what? Performing. It’s what Lee has been doing since the age of three and still does when she’s not teaching dance or acting in several venues. She attended the American Academy of Performing Arts in New York City, and since then it seems she has done just about everything in the ... Read More
Wimberley Players
The Wimberley Players presented their first performance 33 years ago and they continue to amaze the village with the quality of their productions today. “We’re always striving to amaze,” says Players’ vice president Julie Ray. “In fact that’s our new slogan: ‘Amazing Theater.’” That first performance back in 1979 took place in an elementary school auditorium with lighting hidden in coffee cans above the makeshift scenery. Read More
Bringing the Arts to the Hill Country – Second Season
Last year, the Boerne Performing Arts brought world class performances such as the Vienna Boys Choir, TAO: The Art of the Drum and Bowfire to Boerne so that people in the Texas Hill Country could enjoy these nationally and internationally known groups right here, where they enjoy life. The inaugural season was a huge success- so much so that they sold out all of the performances. Read More
Salado Singers, Musicians Perform to “Save Sirena”
Salado, Texas | December 24, 2012
The Silver Spur Theater and the Public Arts League of Salado (PALS) are co-sponsoring a musical extravaganza,“Salado Sings for Sirena,”at 7:30pm, Sat. Dec. 29, to benefit restoration of the village’s popular and once-prominent mermaid, Sirena. The Troy Kelley sculpture was damaged during the September 2010 flood of Salado Creek. (saladosilverspur.com) “Singers and musicians from Salado and the Central Texas area have joined to perform for this worthy cause,” said Gary Askins, Executi ... Read More
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The Texas Hill Country, sun splashed hills rolling into the distance, is home to historic towns bursting with character, personalities, and great things to do.
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