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Become a Huntsville Community Theatre Season Member

HCT Season Member

Huntsville Community Theatre’s 2016-17 Season is About to Begin… The season will open with the first performance on September 16. Become a season member now to reap the rewards! With an Adult or Senior season membership, you can save more than 10%, compared to the cost buying four tickets at ...

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Huntsville Community Theatre Audition Call

Huntsville Commumit Theatre

Huntsville Community Theatre would invites members of the public to audition for their upcoming production: Proof, by David Auburn. Auditions will be held at the J. Philip Gibbs, Jr., Centre for the Performing Arts (Old Town Theatre), 1023 12th St., in Huntsville on: Mon Aug 1 at 6:00pm Tue Aug ...

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New Texas Drawn Hunt Opportunities Available

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First Application Deadline Aug. 3 Hunters can start making plans for the upcoming seasons now by applying for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Drawn Hunts. The online system is currently accepting applications and the first hunt category deadline is less than a month away. This year there are more ...

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Forest Service Closes Multi-Use Trail in Sam Houston National Forest

National Parks in Texas

The multi-use trail in the Sam Houston National Forest is temporarily closed due to torrential rains and flooding that damaged sections of the trail. “Our area experienced significant rainfall in April, May and June and the impacts of the rainfall have been quite evident on motorized trail systems,” said Sam ...

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U.S. Forest Service Waives Day-Use Fees for National Get Outdoors Day

US Forest Service

“We hope this free day offers an incentive to all people to experience the great outdoors in our forests and grasslands,” Supervisor Mark Van Every said. Camping fees remain in effect, but day-use fees will be waived on Saturday, June 11 at these recreation areas and trails: Angelina National Forest: ...

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SHSU Alumni Team Up to Hit a Home Run with ‘Damn Yankees’

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Damn Yankees to be co-directed by Greg Graham and Kevin Crouch.   By Hannah Zedaker   Greg Graham and Kevin Crouch were musical theatre and theatre majors at Sam Houston State University in the 1990s and early 2000s, respectively, and have since both gone on to have very successful careers ...

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Free Public Events will Celebrate “Huntsville Moving!” Initiative with Art, Music and Dance

NobleMotion Dance, photo by Lynn Lane

As the Huntsville Moving! three-week community initiative soon comes to completion, The Wynne Home Arts Center and SHSU College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication will host two public events on Saturday, April 16 in honor of the project which was initiated by a grant from the National Endowment for ...

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Jazz Festival To Promote Education, Opportunity

Bill Watrous

by Hannah Zedaker The Sam Houston State University School of Music will host two dozen middle school, high school and college jazz bands as they compete in the sixth annual Bill Watrous Jazz Festival. The 58-year-old event, known as “the state’s oldest jazz festival” will take place in the Gaertner ...

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“According to Coyote” to Bring Theatre to Children for Free

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By Hannah Zedaker Children and families of the Huntsville community are invited to immerse themselves in the culture of Native American tribes through “According to Coyote,” as performed by students in Sam Houston State University’s Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre. “According to Coyote” is a children’s play written by ...

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Classic French Film to be Presented at Old Town Theatre


by Hannah Zedaker SHSU’s Department of Mass Communication Classic Film series at Old Town Theatre continues with a free film screening of the 1959 French film, “The 400 Blows.” Directed by Francois Truffaut, “The 400 Blows” tells the story of the director’s own troubled childhood, through the role of his ...

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