Saturday, July 13, 2013
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Come support the University Playhouse's summer production of Idol Hill written by Jim Tyler Anderson. Proceeds from this production will benefit a new acting scholarship for the theatre division of the Mass Media, Communication, and Theatre department in memory of our award-winning alumna Watashia Jayroe who performed in this play's first production. Call the Box Office at 903.886.5900 to purchase your tickets today!
The summer of 1966 was hot and dry in the small Texas town of Idol Hill. The Vietnam War raged on and racial tensions were high. The play is part love story and part ghost story. A beautiful woman comes to town and stirs up secrets from the past. Multiple overlapping storylines weave a tale of heroes and lies, love and transformation.