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The Texas Shakespeare Festival is coming to Tyler with its production of “A Christmas Carol” Radio Play starting on Friday. Read more
The Texas Shakespeare Festival will present a radio play version of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” this week at Liberty Hall, 103 E. Erwin St. Performances are set for 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Dec. 14. Tickets range from $15 to $30 and are available on the venue’s... Read more
Ebenezer Scrooge just can’t catch a break: just when he thought he’d cleared up that ghost problem, the trio of past, present and future is back again in 2014. Who ya’ gonna call? Texas Shakespeare Festival. Following up on the success of their debut “A Christmas Carol” radio play-production in... Read more
The festival teamed up with Region VII Education Service Center for the Bard & Breakfast workshop... Read more
Rick Higginbotham is a veteran actor of many stages, including TSF’s, after first putting on another character’s skin as a high school senior decades ago. At 13, Kilgore’s Brandon Fugler is still relatively new to his acting career, though he’s fast accruing a roster of roles. Read more
For Angelina Gao, Kilgore and Texas Shakespeare Festival has become like home, after beginning the tradition of a Chinese Theater Night six years ago. Read more
Texas Shakespeare Festival Founder Raymond Caldwell thought the two actors sitting across the table from him were jesting Read more
Although most of Texas Shakespeare Festival’s productions take place in the theater, the next show set to open – “The Belle of Amherst” – will change that pattern. Read more

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