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UTPA Theatre presents original play, ‘Hollyweird’

The University of Texas-Pan American's University Theatre Productions presents the world premiere of an original play, “Hollyweird,”written by UTPA Associate Professor David Bennett Carren.

In this comedy of Hollywood manners, the walk of fame is paved with homicide as a screenwriter and her brother accidentally murder their way to success and stardom. UTPA Assistant Professor Peter Mikolasky will direct the production, which is based on Carren’s experiences working as a writer/producer on shows like “Star Trek, the Next Generation,” “Walker, Texas Ranger” and “Diagnosis Murder.”

Read more: UTPA Theatre presents original play, ‘Hollyweird’

 

VeggieTales® celebrates 20th birthday on tour

PHARR – It's a very Veggie birthday and the public is invited to Join Bob and Larry and the entire VeggieTales® crew as they put on the biggest birthday party ever celebrating VeggieTales' 20 years of stories, songs and fun. It happens on Friday, April 12, at the Trinity Worship Center at Nolana and Expressway 281.

The show is filled with silly song favorites and memorable entertainment. The tour will feature fan-favorite songs like “The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything,” “His Cheeseburger,” “I Love My Lips,” “Song of the Cebu,” “The Hairbrush Song,” “Monkey” and “God is Bigger than the Boogie-Man.”

Read more: VeggieTales® celebrates 20th birthday on tour

   

RAIN tour recreates ‘Beatles’ experience

20130329 rainHIDALGO – Die-hard Beatles fans that can’t get enough of the band that changed the world’s music scene will have their chance to take a step back in time on April 11. RAIN will make a stop at State Farm Arena with their “Beatles Tribute.” The performance begins at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 6:30 p.m.

After a critically-acclaimed Broadway engagement, RAIN is sharing the experience in their 2013 tour. Fans can look forward to favorites such as “Hey Jude,” “Let It Be” and “Hard Day’s Night,” as well as studio-recorded songs the band never performed for audiences.

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Win with Progress Times and Sharyland Times

Progress Times and Sharyland Times readers already know that just by keeping up with the Progress Times or Sharyland Times in print every week, and online through our weekly newsletter or daily Facebook and Twitter updates they won’t miss an opportunity to win tickets to great games, shows, events and other prizes.

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ResacaFest 2012 rescheduled for July 14

SAN BENITO – After heavy rains called a halt to ResacaFest last month, organizers rescheduled the event for Saturday, July 14, 2-11 p.m.

Live music, food and family-styled fun will be capped with a fireworks exhibit over the Resaca at 10 p.m. The public is invited to participate in this community event.

Read more: ResacaFest 2012 rescheduled for July 14

   

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