Arts 'Round the Square is a vibrant art show featuring many visual artists in multiple media from sculpture and pottery to watercolors and acrylics to jewelry, wood and fiber arts. Artists can be seen practicing their artistic talents before your very eyes as their works will be displayed for competition in several different media categories.
Of course there's always live music, a Kids' Zone for the young ones to explore art in a fun environment, and food vendors to suit any palate.
Come on out!
The Paris Henry County Arts Council is excited to bring you an opportunity to see Murray State Department of Theatre present Frankenstein right here in Paris. On April 23 the Krider Performing Arts Center will bear witness to this timeless tale. Join us!
Based on the novel by Mary Shelly, R.N. Sandberg has written this modern rendition of the classic story of the Doctor and his Monster. Relive the take of love, lost love, murder, and compassion as we visit the many countries of Europe where the play is set. Ad Victor builds the Monster, contemplates the building of a second female Monster as a companion to the original, brings death to that creation, and watches as the Monster takes murderous revenge for that killing, Victor must endure the struggles that come with attempting to create life that will end only in death. Does the creation of the Monster prove that life can be regenerated? Or does the Monster's post-death existence only prove that humans should not attempt to control such aspects of our own humanity? Watch as we witness the struggle of both Doctor and his Creation.
Suggested viewing for this production is PG-13.
Following an acclaimed sold-out tour of the United Kingdom, Cameron Mackintosh's spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Weber's The Phantom of the Opera is now making is way across the United States. This new production of the beloved musical boasts many exciting special effects including the legendary chandelier, new choreography and staging, and Tony Award winning costuming.
We'll meet at First United Methodist Church at 10 am, travel by bus to TPAC to catch a matinee, and then eat dinner together (dutch treat).
Don't miss this opportunity to experience this must see production.