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Waco Theater Kicks Off 2023 with a Bang

This February brings new productions by many of Waco’s theater groups. And for fans of musicals, in one month you can see Patience, an opera…

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December Brings Holiday Shows to Waco

It’s that time of the year once again: December officially marks the beginning of the Christmas season. Though the decorations seemingly pop up earlier (and…

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Last Chance for Perspectivism

When artist Jack Bowers visited the Aspen Art Museum in 1980, he migrated up to the second floor in search of a Duane Hansen sculpture…

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Día de los Muertos Parade & Festival 2022

Running alongside the Brazos River and displaying vibrant traditions and celebrations of life is the 2022 Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Parade…

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Silent House Takes on Hedda Gabler

Silent House Theatre is back with another thought-provoking addition to its rapidly expanding catalog of successful productions. This time, audiences will fall prey to the…

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2022 Epiphanies New Works Festival 

Wild Imaginings’ 2022 Epiphanies New Works Festival is back for the third consecutive year with even more talent, variety, and diversity. Theater connoisseurs, thespians, and…

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The Light in the Piazza: An Incredible Italian Excursion

Plenty of justifications exist to explain why many people, truthfully, do not feel untethered emotions. Perhaps a burning spirit is placated by reason or a…

Godspell: A Silent House & Waco Civic Theatre Collaboration  

To conceptualize Godspell around a narrative is to do the play an injustice. Sure, audiences will see a modern retelling of events from the Gospel…

God of Carnage: Another Twist from Silent House

Four people sit on stage, divided between two couches. They are two couples meeting for the first time to discuss a playground altercation that took…

Creative Waco Brings Public Art to the People

Take a look at Creative Waco’s interactive public art map, and you might be surprised at the depth and diversity of art, from wall murals…

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Silent House’s The Crucible is a 17th-Century Horror Story

If you attended high school in the US, you probably read Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible. But let’s face it, you likely forgot about it…

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Oaxacan Gold: Illuminating Mystical Mexico Explores Rich Cultural Traditions

The spirit of Oaxaca comes alive with Oaxacan Gold: Illuminating Mystical Mexico, Art Center Waco’s new exhibit showing now through August 13.