ORANGE — The Orange Community Players will perform at 7:37 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18, in the debut of its most recent production, “The Full Monty.” Tickets are $8-$15 and this production is recommended for mature audiences only. Call 409-882-9137 for reservations and visit www.orangecommunityplayers.com for the remaining show schedule.
This Week in Local Music History
Take a look back at some of the great music events featuring national artists which have traveled through Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana over the years.
Entertainment for the week of March 12 - March 18, 2014
Spring break has arrived and that means there plenty of activities and events taking place over the next few weeks and the start of festival season arrives as well with the Nederland Heritage Festival.
PM5K returns with spring concert
It is time to “power” up Southeast Texas because metal outfit Powerman 5000 returns this spring.
10 Years returns with acoustic tour
Tennessee rock outfit 10 Years returns to Southeast Texas this spring with an acoustic performance.
Cirque du Soleil provides plenty of action, beauty
Cirque du Soleil: Varekai, the story of Icarus, continues at Ford Park in Beaumont today through Sunday.
‘The Miracle Worker’ is celebration of human spirit
It’s been said, “Few stories are as timeless or reveal the courage and resilience of the human spirit as well as ‘The Miracle Worker.’”
This Week in Local Music History (March 5 - March 11)
March is a great month for live music shows featuring national artists.
Entertainment for the week of March 5 - March 11
It’s spring break week for much of the area and that means there will be plenty to see, hear and do over the next couple of weekends and in between.
Cirque du Soleil returns to Ford Park with ‘Varekai’
A visual journey of an exotic world comes to life this week at Ford Arena.
Sesame Street wants to Make a New Friend
Grover and the gang from Sesame Street are back at Ford Park in Beaumont and they want to “Make A New Friend.”
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