Last Call for Art - "Oh, Man" and Talley's Folley
Mark Todd's art exhibit "Oh, Man" closes this coming week. The bright, colorful work prompted Houston Press contributor Dusti Rhodes to note, "It's no wonder Mark Todd calls his exhibition 'Oh, Man.' Because that's exactly the kind of stunned/amazed response his paintings and illustrations coax from viewers."
Talley's Folley, a romantic comedy by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Lanford Wilson, closes this weekend at the Unity Theatre, but you can catch it before the final curtain this Sunday. The play features Jim and Carolyn Johnson as Matt and Sally, a couple facing lots of obstacles. Besides living in different cities and having a significant age difference, the two face the disapproval of their families and then there's their own complicated pasts to get over. Set during WWII, Talley's Folley isand follows Matt and Sally during a abandoned boathouse to discuss their future and is played out in real time. 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, 8 p.m. Saturday, 4 p.m. Sunday. Unity Theatre, 300 Church, Brenham. For information, call 979-830-8358 or visit www.unitybrenham.org. $10 to $25.
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