What: An Evening of ImprovWhen: 7 p.m. Jan 26. Please arrive by 6:55 p.m. or the theatre will sell your tickets. Desperately seeking more laughter in the city, Jenneca Lambert approached the Backdoor Theatre board in 2016 with a proposal to begin an Improv comedy group. “There’s not many comedic things to do in Wichita Falls after comedy night at the Deep End,” Lambert said. “This was a way of raising money for Backdoor and bringing laughter to area.
When the Wichita Theatre’s newest production of “Tarzan: the Stage Musical” opens tonight at 7:30 p.m. and then returns at 2 p.m. Saturday, the musical will feature dancing galore with some 23 apes onstage along with choreographed fight scenes between Tarzan (Bryson Petersen) and the leopard (Baxter Swint). “Last time,” said “Tarzan” choreographer Stephanie Medenwaldt, “we had 10 apes, and this time there are more than twice that. When the dance numbers start, the audience will be taken aback.
Admission: $50 -- purchase tickets, or bid on items, online at www.chocolates.gesture.comAnyone who loves dessert knows chocolate is the very best. Imagine a dreamy event, where eight chefs making their very best chocolate desserts and you get to sample one of each. No real need to dream an event like this up, as the Christ Academy Chocolate Soiree is in its fourth year. The Christ Academy Chocolate Soiree is from 7 to 10 p.m. tonight at the Wichita Falls Country Club.
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