Bring the whole family to experience local theater at its best with these performances by Troupe Over the Hill and StageCenter Theatre.
Troupe Over The Hill Presents “Par For The Corpse”
Troupe Over the Hill will present “Par for the Corpse” by Craig Sodaro on May 4-6 in the Tonkawa Room at Hilltop Lakes.
The story features a crew of mismatched singles who travel to The Links, an exclusive resort, when one of the singles turns up dead.
A young criminology student at the local college begins an investigation of the subjects: a washed-up fashion model, a Star Wars geek, a hypochondriac and a few others.
Call 936-855-2906 or visit troupeoverthehill.net for tickets. Reserved seats are $15 and general admission is $10.
StageCenter Theatre Presents “Black Comedy”
StageCenter Theatre will present Peter Shaffer’s Brirish comedy, “Black Comedy,” Thursday-Saturday April 26 through May 12.
Struggling artist Brindsley Miller and his fiancée Carol have a dinner party to impress Carol’s father, Colonel Melkett and millionaire Georg Bamberger, a potential art buyer.
Before the party, a fuse blows and puts the entire flat into darkness – only the audience can see what happens next in the dark.
Tickets are available at the door, through the Arts Council and online at www.stagecenter.net.
Wanna talk to the animals? You can, if you come to TTC’s spring spectacular production of Doctor Dolittle! Based on the 1967 film musical starring Rex Harrison, the stage musical is adapted by Leslie Bricusse from the novel series by Hugh Lofting, primarily The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle, The Story of Doctor Dolittle, and Doctor Dolittle’s Circus. Doctor Dolittle is taught by his pet parrot Polynesia how to talk to animals and embarks with his friends on a series of adventures. The original film was nominated for the Best PictureAcademy Award and ended up winning awards for Best Song and Best Effects. It’ll be a winner with theatergoers of all ages as it takes the stage for the first time ever in the Brazos Valley!