New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 19, 2003, Page 10

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February 19, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, February 19, 2003 BEST AmALi COPYA&E Contact Features Editor Brian Grant, 625-9144 ext. 222Brauntex presents show about state’s culture ' Special to the Herald- t Zeitung I | The Brauntex, 290 W. San Antonio, is bringing a piece of Texas History to New Braunfels by welcoming the Musical review runs at Harlequin Special to the Herald-Zeitung The Harlequin Dinner Theatre Building 2652, Harney Rofgd, Fort Sam Houston, presents “Cowardy Custard,” a musical review featuring the words and music of Noel Coward, Wednesday through Saturday evenings through March 22. “Cowardy Custard” is a kaleidoscopic glimpse of Coward’s achievements and contributions to the entertainment world spanning half a century. Conceived and produced at London’s Mermaid Theatre, it features a selection of material from more thpn 250 songs, three autobiographies, short stories, poems and more than 50 musicals, operettas and plays. The final product is some 25 musical numbers; the inventive comic masterpieces; sketches and scenes from his pld$s; and material from his biographies as background. |ices are $26.95 Fridays iys, and $23.95 Wednesdays and Thursdays. TKere are discounts for mili- formances are Wednes-da^ through Saturday evenings with the house opening for cocktails and salad; bar at 6:15 p.m. Dinner is served from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., and curtain time is 8 p.m. Make reservations by calling (210) 222-9694 or come to the theater in advance. The box office is open Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m. and Saturday from I to 5 p.m. ‘Daddy’s Dyin” final show this Saturday Special to the Herald-Zeitung Seguin Art Center announces its winter theater production of Del Shore’s “Daddy’s Dyin’ (Who’s Got the Will?)” In this comedy set in a small Ihxas town, four siblings gather as daddy Buford nears the last round-up to search for the will they are sure contains a big payoff. Veteran Seguin Art Center director and actress Amy Pawelek will direct the play. ‘Daddy’s Dyin’” runs through Saturday. “We are excited about our new opportunity to present this show in the vintage Palace Theatre,” said SAC President Sherry Nefford. The box office will open at 6:30 p.m., with the show beginning at 7:30 p.m. Open seating ticket price is $15 with tickets available at Gift and Gourmet, 751N. Austin Street in Seguin, (830) 379-1242. A cash bar will be available. Adult language and situations are depicted. Call (830) 379-638, or (830) 372-5122 for information, or visit the Web site, www.seguinartcenter.org. TEXAS-Express Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. and March I at 4 and 7:30 p.m. The Texas Heritage Panhandle Foundation, out of Palo Duro Canyon, near Canyon, will conduct its world premier of “TEXAS Legacies” in the Summer of 2003. But before you make travel arrangements, join the Brauntex for a showcase of pieces from the show performed by the TEXAS- Express. TEXAS-Express was organized not only to promote the musical “TEXAS Legacies,” but also to provide musical entertainment, story-telling and dance to audiences of all sizes across the state and nation. The show recreates the era and portrays what life was like in Texas during the late 1800s. Headed by Director Steve Hilton, TEXAS-Express includes some of the finest singers, musicians and dancers in Texas. For information, contact the Brauntex Theatre at 627-0808 or by e-mail at [email protected] ‘Curious Savage’ continues Photo submitted Miss Julie (Joy Lindsey) tries to reassure Jeffrey (Mark Hicks), one of the residents of The Cloisters sanatorium, that no one will look at the scar on his face in this scene from The Curious Savage.” The comedy continues at Circle Arts Theatre Friday and Saturday, with a 3 p.m. matinee Sunday. Tickets are available at China-n-Things. For reservatons, call 609-3092. The comprehension level of the play is above that of 10-year-olds. TLU play reunites Frankenstein, doctor Special to the Herald-Zeitung What would happen if Frankenstein, the creature, had a chance to confront Dr. Frankenstein, his creator? What would he ask of the man who created him? What would he demand of the man who doomed him to a life that could never be what he wanted? That confrontation is at the heart of “Playing with Fire (after Frankenstein),” the next production of the Texas Lutheran University Theater Department. The contemporary drama, written by Barbara Field, will run Thursday through Sunday in Jackson Auditorium. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for students and senior citizens, and free to the TLU community. The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and at 3 p.m. Sunday. For tickets, call (830) 372-8140. The play dramatizes the Frankenstein legend, and serves as the third event of a theater season that explores the theme “Engines of Creation.” In this drama, an exhausted and dying Victor Frankenstein has finally tracked down his creature in the lonely, frozen tundra of the North Pole. What follows is a fierce debate, interrupted by flashback scenes, as they wrestle with the tragic consequences of this experiment gone awry. The play is directed by David Legore, chair of the department of theater at TLU, and designed by Tbrrv price. The cast includes IO TLU theater students. For information about the production, call (830) 373-6021. Wimberley shows mystery-thriller Special to the Herald-Zeitung “Dial ‘M’ for Murder,” a classic thriller by playwright Frederick Knott, is the Wimberley Players’ initial offering of the 2003 season. The play runs three weekends through March 12 at the Greenhouse Theatre, 50 Marina Circle, Woodcreek. Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m., and Sunday matinees start at 2:30 p.m. The play is directed by Albert Rouse and produced by Angie Squyres. Jenny Benedict is assistant director. Greenhouse veterans Judith Laird, Dave .Calkins, Allan Eastwood and Nathan Villarreal, plus newcomer Rob Sandefur, come together to tell Knott’s gripping tale of a perfectly planned murder that results in the intended victim being accused of the crime. The play’s final scene is filled with suspenseful twists and turns as the true villain is finally brought to justice. Alfred Hitchcock directed the 1954 film version of “Dial ‘M’ for Murder” that starred Ray Mill and Grace Kelly. Reservations can be made any time with Visa/Master Card by calling (512) 847-0575, or visit the Box Office located in the Ozona Motor Bank Lobby on River Road and pay for $12 tickets with cash, check or credit card. Hours are I to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Photo submitted Dr. Frankenstein (Troy Halsey) and his fiancee, Elizabeth (Amanda Bauer) ponder happier times in this scene from Texas Lutheran University’s “Playing with Fire." IRS PROBLEMS? VETERAN EX-IRS AGENTS A TAX PROFESSIONALS dents Never MMt with the IRS - Sett* for fannies on th* Dolar • Written Guararnes Frat Tax Satttomant Analysis: Confident*! 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