“Dearly Beloved” Kicks Off Edom Civic Theatre Season



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Edom Civic Theatre begins its 2013 season with an April 12-13 production of “Dearly Beloved,” the first of three comedies about the Futrelle family from Fayroe, Texas.

In “Dearly Beloved,” Frankie’s daughter, Tina Jo, is getting married and the Futrelle sisters are planning a reception. But, it becomes complicated by the snobby mother of the groom, a pushy wedding coordinator, a lost bridal couple, and more.

In “Christmas Belles” on August 30-31, Honey Raye Futrelle takes over directing the annual Fayro Christmas program with a reluctant Santa, an Elvis impersonator, and a shepherd with a little red wagon.

In “Southern Hospitality” on November 22-23, the town of Fayroe is in decline and the residents plan a Fayroe Days celebration with a craft show, pet show, beauty pageant, a Revolutionary War re-enactment, and more to impress a visiting prospective business owner who might relocate his company to the town.

The theatre is always seeking actors, directors, and stage hands.

All shows begin at 7 p.m. at the Edom Community Center, 735 CR 470. Tickets are $10; $8 for seniors and children. Season Subscriptions are available. For more information, call 903.469.3277 or 903.852.3975.

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