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 Opening weekend of Frozen Jr was a success according to the Henderson County Performing Arts Center with a full house most performances.

 

There are still tickets left, but they are flying off the shelves,” said director Pat Jousan Williams.

 

Twenty six actors, most of them youth, have worked very hard to deliver this stellar summer performance. Jousan Williams has outdone herself with the directing and coordinating so many young people, helping them to excel.

 

There are still remaining performances at 7 p.m. July 15, 16 and 17. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students. Discounts for groups of 10 or more and family packages are available. 2020 season tickets are being honored. Please visit www.hcpac.org for tickets and information.

 

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Students from The Athens ISD Summer Enrichment Program were invited to The Henderson County Performing Arts Center to experience the magic of …

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The Henderson County Performing Arts Center will present “Dearly Beloved,” its first live playsince the COVID pandemic forced the stage to go …

I lost one of my biggest mentors in life this week. Dennis Gilmore was one of my theater and speech teachers at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens.

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Athens has lost one of its finest. Dennis Gilmore, Executive Director Emeritus, of the Henderson County Performing Arts Center passed away thi…

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Professional baseball started in 1869 with the Cincinnati Red Stockings, and it took only a few decades for fans and writers to start wondering if it was already dying. One hundred and fifty years later, they haven't stopped worrying that the sport was in trouble.

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It is time for the Henderson County Performing Arts Center radio show at 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 30. The wildly successful collaboration between K…