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Fredericksburg Theater Company by Robert Menking

Fredericksburg Theater Company 

While Fredericksburg, Texas is home to a vibrant arts community with many art galleries, musical performance groups, sculptors, and artists of all types, it is also the home of a regional community theater company.  Presently finishing its fifteenth season, the company has announced its Season 16 lineup of shows and concert offerings that will take this company to a whole new level of entertainment, education, and inspiration for the population of the Texas Hill Country.  The company currently resides at the Steve Shepherd Theater located on Hwy 87 South right outside Fredericksburg.  The facility seats 250 patrons and boasts a state of the art sound and lighting system.  Recently given and “excellent” rating by 18 visitors in the “Trip Advisor”, the theater has become a destination for numerous visitors from Austin and San Antonio.  The Season 16 lineup features “Honk” as the summer musical, “Wait Until Dark” as the fall drama, the “1940’s Radio Show” as the Christmas show, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” as the winter show, and “Moonlight and Magnolias” as the spring comedy.  In addition, two concerts are being offered with Mr. David Gashen appearing in August.  You might know him better as the Phantom in the legendary “Phantom of the Opera” in which he played the lead role on Broadway for six years.  We are also happy to announce a concert offering by “Mango Moon”.  They are a small but very effective ensemble which offer everything from classical to Celtic, to Jazz.  Fredericksburg Theater Company is another jewel in the crown of this community known as Fredericksburg, Texas.

**CHECK OUT THE TRIP ADVISOR REVIEW AT: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g55863-d1208097-Reviews-Fredericksburg_Theater_Company-Fredericksburg_Texas.html**

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May 9, 2012 - Posted by | Fredericksburg TX

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