Looking to take in a show in Stephenville in the near future? The Theatre at Tarleton has you covered as it is opening its doors for the 2013 – 2014 season with Neil Simon’s Jake’s Women.
Directed by Mark Holtorf, the play ran from Sept. 24 through Sept. 28 at the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center Theater and is not only the first play of the season, but is also the first play to kick off in the recently remodeled theater, according to a report from the Stephenville Empire-Tribune.
The play, originally written by Pulitzer Prize-winning scribe Neil Simon, focuses on relationships and features Jake, a writer who is more successful on the written page than in his real life as he resorts to his imagination to deal with his marital issues.
On a budget? No problem as taking in a show at the Theatre at Tarleton is light on the wallet with Jake’s Women tickets going for $10 for adults and discounted rates for senior citizens, students, staff and faculty of Tarleton State University.
Plus, attending Theatre at Tarleton shows your support not just for the arts but also for the young people getting an education while putting on an entertaining show. TSU’s Theatre Area within the Department of Fine Arts encourages expansion of the mind through the creative process and developing fresh talent in the local theater scene.
The Theatre at Tarleton is just one example of why Stephenville is such a marvelous place to call home. With the TSU campus in the city limits, Stephenville is a bustling hub of academic activity and energy, with the culture and youth represented in the students exposed to the community as a whole, making it just a spectacular place to call home.
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