Audrey Jellett, cellist, and her mother, Sabrina Adrian, organist/pianist, will present a concert in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Four young singers from Rome will perform in Kerrville as part of the group’s first tour of the United States. The Four Italian Tenors present “Viva Italia” at the Cailloux Theater at 3 p.m. Sept. 8.
The Cailloux Theater will be rockin’ ’80s style on Saturday night when Playhouse 2000 presents ’80s Night Out, a tribute to the Ladies of Rock’s ’80s.
Chicago-based Lisa Rock, of the nationally touring “Closet To You: A Tribute to The Carpenters,” returns to The Cailloux Theater at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 17 with “80’s Night Out,” a tribute to powerful lady rockers like Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, and Madonna.
This week’s installment of the Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department’s “Movies in the Park” series is “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” rated G, which will show Friday at Louise Hays Park.
The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department will celebrate the city’s 130th birthday with the First Annual Kerrville River Festival.
Theater camp kids have spent the last six weeks preparing a Broadway musical in Playhouse 2000’s Summer Musical Theater Camp, and their efforts will culminate in a play this weekend.
Parents and students are invited to EntertainMART this month to learn more about how to optimize learning and meet the author of “How Your Brain Works and How to Make it Work SMARTER.”
The more than 70 participants in Playhouse 2000’s Youth Summer Musical Theater Camp are putting the finishing touches on their preparations to present Disney’s “Beauty & The Beast Jr.” at The Cailloux Theater later this month, and everyone is invited to enjoy the show.
The longest continuously running outdoor community theater in Texas will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a reunion and concert in Ingram this weekend.
Next week, Playhouse 2000 will perform a play that was responsible for helping launch the careers of Gary Sinise and John Malkovich in the early ’80s, and for helping catapult Philip Seymour Hoffman and John C. Reilly to stardom nearly 20 years ago.
Renowned entertainer and fiddler Shoji Tabuchi, his daughter, Christina Lingo-Tabuchi, and wife, Dorothy Tabuchi, will bring their family variety show to Kerrville at The Cailloux Theater for one night only.
Renowed fiddler Shoji Tabuchi, who plays a wide variety of styles, including country and classical, will perform at the Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. June 29.
Former “Dukes of Hazard” and “Smallville” star John Schneider will perform country music at Cailloux Theater this weekend with fellow musician Christian Davis.
Local seven-piece band Exit 505 will perform classic rock and country standards with a bluegrass flavor and classic ’50s style at Louise Hays Park on Friday evening.
Kerrville locals are invited to a preview party celebrating Playhouse 2000’s award-winning production of “The Pretty Trap” just two days before the company leaves to perform in this year’s national one-act play festival.
Residents are invited to join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those plotting penguins as they bound onto the stage in the musical adventure “Madagascar,” which opens in Ingram on Friday.
Early registration is now open for the Freddyburg Youth Theater Summer Camp. This year students will perform in the junior version of the Disney Broadway musical “Frozen,” based on the smash-hit animated musical film. Until June 16 the fee is only $165. Students from third grade to high scho…
Tim Summerlin, board president, announced the new 2019-20 concert lineup for Kerrville’s Symphony of the Hills before this season’s final concert performance at the Cailloux Theater.
The Shimmy Mob displayed their moves on Tranquility Island bridge Saturday, using belly-dancing to help bring awareness to domestic violence. Shimmy Mob is a worldwide belly dance event, and this year, the Hill Country members are dancing to support Hill Country Crisis Council. For more info…