Bastrop Opera House, ©, a non-profit theatre organization, in Bastrop, Texas. Produces quality theatrical productions that entertain, inform and stimulate audiences. April 25 Dinner Theater - April 26 Matinee Performance - The Saturday evening performance on April 25 will be a dinner theater with dinner served at p.m. The Sunday afternoon matinee performance on April 26 will be at .Proceeds from the production will help fund the scholarship program of the Bastrop County Bar Association.* * *For more information please call David Bragg at (512) 581-0061 (office), or (512) 496-9031 (cell).
Hogs, Sows and Piglets are all sure to find a pigtivity just right for them at the Hogeye Festival! Hogeye Updates Follow us on the Hogeye Festival Facebook page The Pearls Before Swine Art Show starts the festival off in style on Thursday evening with the opening Gala.
The Hogalicious Dessert Contest is a block away, where you can sample the delicious entries after judging takes place.
Haywood Batey, is based on the infamous 1883 Christmas Eve lynching and Christmas Day gunfight in Mc Dade the trial of Haywood Batey for the murder of Willie Griffon who was killed in the gunfight.
At the time, the trial was described as “the most important trial in the history of Bastrop County.” Barbara Bogart, President of the Bar Association said, “Every effort has been made to make the production historically accurate so that the audience not only will be entertained but may also learn something new about the fascinating history of Bastrop County.”The actors in the play include District Judge Christopher Duggan who will play District Judge L. Moore, the judge who presided over Batey’s murder trial, Ernie Bogart as County Attorney W. Maynard who prosecuted Batey and Derek Van Gilder as defense attorney George Washington Jones.
April 25 at 7 pm & April 26 at pm Please fill the online reservation form at make ticket reservations and secure your seat!
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