A Behanding in Spokane: Dark Comedy by Martin McDonagh
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On December 19, 1952 in Austin, Texas, country star Hank Williams made his last concert appearance in front of 587 audience members at the Skyline Ballroom before passing away suddenly at the age of 29. In There'll Be No Sad Songs: The Last Concert of Hank Williams, singer/actor Kevin Kratzke brings Hank Williams' final concert back to life through spot-on renditions of his legendary hits. Thanks to the magic of theater, Texas Family Musicals crafts an uplifting tribute to the country music icon who recorded 35 singles and had 11 chart-topping hit singles in his short life, including "Your Cheatin' Heart," "Hey, Good Lookin'," and "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry." Learn More
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What an excellent show! Very dark, but funny at the same time. This was the second production I've seen by Second Thought Theatre, and they've blown me away again! The acting was fantastic - all four actors are gifted. The company seems to pick unusual projects, and it's nice to see something different being done in local theatre.
The production was done at Bryant Hall, which is right next to the Kalita Humphreys. This was my first time there, and it would be nice to see it become the permanent home for this company. It needs a little work, but it provides an intimate venue for interesting works. Can't wait for my next visit!
This show contains mature content.
About the Ticket Supplier: Second Thought Theatre
Second Thought Theatre seeks to capture the moment of creation between artist and audience. Dedicated to ensemble productions that explore challenging and dramatic works from the canon of theatrical literature, we strive to enlighten and entertain our audience by pushing the boundaries of human thought and emotion. Old works done in new ways, new works done in old ways. Everything is possible when you take a second thought.