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Some were worried when the rain started mid-day Saturday , but it stopped a couple hours before the National Dance Day was to kick-off at 7 p.m. and a cool breeze actually blew in. People started arriving around 6 p.m.
John Gray, local choreographer, is holding a rehearsal Sunday for a dance to be performed at the National Dance Day event 7-9 p.m., July 26, at the Riverfront Pavillion. RECORD PHOTO: Mike Louviere Let’s Dance! National Dance Day celebration to
Comedy Central’s Bill Cosby: The Far From Finished Tour scheduled for July 24 and 25, at the Lutcher Theater is sold out. The first performance sold out in 24 hours prompting the addition of a second performance. The second performance was
The cast of OCP Fun for Funds has been rehearsing nonstop to bring a great show to the stage for theater patrons this week. Pictured are cast members performing “Under the Sea.” Join them for fun, hors d’oeuveres, wine and dessert Thursday through Saturday. Doors open at 7 p.m. RECORD PHOTO: Mike Louviere Orange Community Players, Inc. will present the 10th annual Fun for Funds this week at 7:37 p.m., Thursday through Saturday at 708 W. Division Ave., in Orange. The fundraiser is used to raise additional funds for building repairs and
When Weston McClelland of Orange was around 4 years old, he was watching the Disney Channel after school one afternoon and said, “I can do that. I can be one of those kids.” Weston, who turns 11 Thursday, said he
One of the most enduring Broadway classics of all time, Hello, Dolly! starring Sally Struthers, arrives in Orange, as the Lutcher Theater presents this timeless masterpiece Wednesday, March 26 through Thursday, March 27, at 7:30 PM. Tickets for Hello Dolly! are on sale now and
It’s just four guys, a microphone and a laptop that can plug into a projector. “That’s all we need. We don’t have any roadies or anything like that. All we have are our voices and our stories, that’s all the
Paul Burch will be making his directing debut with “Yuletide III,” an Orange Community Players, Inc. production that starts its three day run at 7:37 p.m., Thursday night. The third annual fundraiser will raise funds to be used on building
Last week the Orange Community Players were plagued with illness during the opening days of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” The show must go on, so many performed even though they may have not been feeling quite up to
Kree Harrison is once again coming home for a concert on Nov. 9 at the Event Centre located at 700 Crockett Street in Beaumont. Harrison will be performing following the Compassion Color 5K Fun Run through the streets of Beaumont.
The Lutcher Theater is bringing a treat to Orange the week of Veterans’ Day at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5. “Beyond Glory” is a one man show adapted and performed by Stephen Lang that recounts the stories of eight
Due to the rain and an extremely saturated ground, the Lion’s Club Carnival has been extended for an additional weekend. The carnival will start again on Wednesday and run through Sunday. It will resume next Wednesday and end on Sunday.
If I Had A Hammer, Puff The Magic Dragon and Leaving On A Jet Plane are but some of the songs Lutcher patrons can look forward to hearing as they “take a walk down memory lane” with A Band Called Honalee – A Tribute
As the Lutcher Theater prepares for their 2013-2014, “Red Hot” Season, the Lutcher Service Guild is seeking individuals interested in volunteering their time and talents to help promote and support the Lutcher Theater and the arts in our
Orange Community Players, Inc. offers their annual fundraiser, “Broadway Fun for Funds IX” this week featuring songs and dance from your favorite Broadway musicals. For the admission price of $25 you will be served wine, punch, coffee and hors d’oeuveres
Season packages for the Lutcher Theater’s 2013-14 “Red Hot” Season are on sale now at www.lutcher.org or by calling the Lutcher Box Office at 409-886-5535. Over the past twenty-five years Managing Director Jim Clark has booked the Lutcher Performing arts
The students of Phyllis’ Dance Studio who recently participated in the Grand Finale recital are all smiles for the camera. Generations of young girls since 1963 with aspirations of becoming a dancer have been going to Phyllis’ Dance Studio in Bridge City. “I have enjoyed and loved working with every child since the very first class,” said Phyliss Hass.