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A different time and place provides an entertaining twist on this timeless classic. Shakespeare's classic drama of ''Romeo and Juliet'' takes to the stage at the Owen Theatre this Friday, March 18, and the two lovers will re-enact their tragic love story through April 3.
Conroe Today Staff
The 2016 Young Texas Artists Music Competition Winners...
Conroe Today Staff
Proceeds will benefit Young Texas Artists Music Competition The 2016 Bach, Beethoven & Barbecue gala and the Young Texas Artists Music Competition Finalists' Concert and Awards, will be held on Saturday, March 12, 2016, at the Crighton Theatre, 234 North Main St. in Conroe's downtown historic district.
On exhibit in April; artist reception April 16. The Conroe Art League annual Spring Art Show and Sale will be on exhibit throughout April. Artist reception April 16.
Conroe Today Staff
Lone Star College-Montgomery presents three March concerts featuring performances by the jazz ensemble, symphonic band, symphony orchestra, concert choir, and chamber singers.
Stacey L. Hewitt
The winners for the 2016 Academy Awards were announced Sunday night, February 28, and the winners are...
Conroe Today Staff
Bach, Beethoven & Barbecue Gala and Young Texas Artists Music Competition Two Stellar Events Make One Glittering Night for the Arts in Conroe: Bach, Beethoven & Barbecue Gala and Young Texas Artists Music Competition. Saturday, March 12
Young Texas Artists Kay Stern is concertmaster of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra, a position she has held since 1994.
'Dust Bowl Motel' production runs March 18-20 at The Crighton Theatre in Conroe, Texas.
Margie Taylor of Taylorized PR
Black History Month will be celebrated with the annual parade in historic downtown Conroe, Saturday, February 13.
Conroe Today Staff
Ideal weather could see record attendance. Texans are saddling up for the 51st Annual Go Texan Parade in historic downtown Conroe, Saturday, February 20.
Conroe Today Staff
Exhibit on display through February 27. The Conroe Art League's 2016 Invitational Show drew a huge crowd and rave reviews for the 224 entries from all over the nation. The exhibit will be on display through February 27.
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Mardi Gras theme, crawfish, and beignets and more! The Conroe Farmer's Market is pleased to announce that Creole Gold will be at the market today providing their Cajun specialties. Come celebrate Mardi Gras and visit their food truck serving the best cajun cuisine in the community.
Margie Taylor of Taylorized PR
Annual gala kicks off the evening celebrating 32 years of one of Texas' most beloved classical music events. The 2016 Bach, Beethoven & Barbecue gala and the Young Texas Artists Music Competition Finalists' Concert and Awards, the beneficiary of the gala, will be held on Saturday, March 12, 2016, at the Crighton Theatre, 234 North Main St. in Conroe's downt
Susan Love Fitts Communications
Open call for singers, dancers, musicians, actors, & poets Conroe is looking for best talent Montgomery County has, and the Montgomery County Performing Arts Society (MCPAS) is so confident that there’s an abundance of talent in the county that they’re planning an event to showcase it.
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Old West Melodrama Old West Melodrama is preparing to unveil its next family friendly dinner show – a tale complete with a search for gold, a gun-fighting grandmother and saloon shenanigans.
Organization collaborates with local theatre production, helps make dreams come true for children. Producers of a new community theatre production, “Dust Bowl Motel,” which opens this spring at The Crighton Theatre in Conroe
Emily S. Binetti
The judges have been named for upcoming 32nd Annual Young Texas Artist Music Competition.
Susan Love Fitts Communications
The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., will be celebrated throughout the county, Monday, January 18.
Conroe Today Staff
For second year in a row no one of color nominated in any of the major categories. The nominations for the 2016 Academy Awards were announced and for the second year in a row, no one of color was nominated in any of the major categories.