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A rabbit at The Talent Box Theatre

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : March 20, 2014

Courtesy Photo The Talent Box cast members (standing, from left) Brandon Guzman, Kelly Ferris, both of Wills Point, Blaine Brimer of Fruitvale, Harley Hall, James Phillips, both of Wills Point, Dwayne Murr of Cobb, Ronnie Adams of Terrell, (sitting, from left) Elizabeth Vickers of Quinlan, Sue Reid of Terrell, Lisa Reed McKinney of Edgewood and Victoria Meeks of Wills Point perform the final shows of “Harvey” March 21-22.

Courtesy Photo
The Talent Box cast members (standing, from left) Brandon Guzman, Kelly Ferris, both of Wills Point, Blaine Brimer of Fruitvale, Harley Hall, James Phillips, both of Wills Point, Dwayne Murr of Cobb, Ronnie Adams of Terrell, (sitting, from left) Elizabeth Vickers of Quinlan, Sue Reid of Terrell, Lisa Reed McKinney of Edgewood and Victoria Meeks of Wills Point perform the final shows of “Harvey” March 21-22.

Final performances of ‘Harvey’ March 21-22

Special to The Monitor
WILLS POINT–The final performances of “Harvey,” are at 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, March 21-22. Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m.
Admission for dinner theatre performance is $17 per person and $10 for children 10 and under when accompanied by an adult.
Admission for regular seating performance is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and students and $5 for children 12 and under. Limited regular seating may be available during dinner theatre performances.
For reservations, call (903) 873-8945 and leave your name, telephone number, date of performance you wish to attend and the number in your party.
Dinner theatre seating reservations must be prepaid and closed Wednesday, March 19. Your call will be returned.
Tickets may also be purchased at www.thetalentbox.org.
Harvey is a play about 47-year-old Elwood P. Dowd, whose best friend is a six foot tall invisible rabbit, named Harvey.
Dowd and Harvey are well known and liked in the taverns around town, but his relatives, who have come to live with him are embarrassed by his behavior and try to have him committed to an asylum.
“Harvey” is directed by Henry Bates of Wills Point and written by Mary Chase.
The Talent Box Theatre is located at 244 N. 4th St. in Wills Point.

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