Choir Camp – Rockin’ Round the Clock!

SHOWCASE

Crowley Theater — 11:30am 

Friday, June 3, 2022

Marfa Live Arts: Choir Camp – Rockin’ Round the Clock!
 

3rd through 8th grades
Marfa ISD / Hibbits Gym & Crowley Theater
 
May 31 – June 1-3, 2022
 
Rockin' Round the Clock: A choir music camp teaching songs from the 1950's led by Anna, Kate and Leah Teagarden and supported by local Marfa musicians. Students will learn bee bop dance moves and sing songs from the fifties. On the last day of class, we will have a show for families to attend. This is a fun and unique educational opportunity for youth to raise their voice in song!

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Marfa Live Arts presents

A Murder Mystery Melodrama
this Saturday at 11am & 1:30pm
at the Main Stage during Marfa Lights Festival.

Join Us!
 

Marfa Live Arts in association with the Marfa Chamber of Commerce presents Juice Joint
Criminal by Caitlynn Almance during the Marfa Lights Festival this weekend. Local actors
include: Alyn Covington, Dillon Orr, Cristain Sanchez, John Aguero, Yaritza Corona, Austin
McClure, and Sabine Blaese.

In homage to the first Marfa Lights Festival and the melodrama play that was presented there,
local playwright Almance wanted to pay homage to this extremely over dramatic genre. Written
especially for Marfa Lights Festival 2022, Juice Joint Criminal is a murder mystery melodrama
set in Far West Texas in the 1920’s, imagine Sherlock Holmes meets Vampire Diaries and the
Great Gatsby.

When asked the reason of adding a theatrical piece to the line-up of Marfa Lights this year,
Marfa Chamber of Commerce President Abby Boyd replied, “Doing research in the Archives of
the Big Bend at Sul Ross for our 35th anniversary, we discovered that a play was performed at
the first Marfa Lights Festival in 1987. Marfa Lights Festival came to be because of a need to
entertain locals, and in those first years, everyone in town got involved. Obviously, music is a
big attraction and an important part of Marfa Lights, but we thought having different types of
entertainment, and ways for locals to get involved would be a good way to celebrate both the
history of the festival and those in our community today.” Boyd continued, “Marfa Live Arts
was a natural partner because community theatre is what they do. We are so excited to showcase
the work of a local playwright, with a play set in West Texas, and see locals perform the roles.”
 
Juice Joint Criminal will debut on the Main Stage during the 35th annual Marfa Lights Festival at
both 11:00am and 1:30pm on Saturday, September 3, 2022.


Please join us, Rain or Shine!

Directed by: Caitlynn Almance
Produced by: Jose Prat
Co-producer: Tina Rivera
Associate producer: Abby Boyd
Production Assistant: John Aguero
Sound: Titan Productions
Stage courtesy of Budweiser


Special Thanks: Marfa Chamber of Commerce, City of Marfa, Marfa Open, Abby Boyd, Patrick Rivera, KMKB FM Marfa, Vicki Barge, Hotel Paisano, PrintCo, Big Bend Sentinel, Moritz Landgrebe.



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