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iTheatre Shows Life in a Collection of Short Plays

Weslaco, TX- The International Theatre of Texas (ITheare) continues its 2013 season with TENtalizing: A Collection of Short Plays. From first impressions, to Frankestein’s teenage son, to a final masterpiece, to a murder mystery that must be solved before the night-shift ends, TENtalizing is a collection of 8, 10-minute plays that shows its audience glimpses of life through the eyes of comedy, mystery, drama, tragedy, and love.

TENtalizing: A Collection of Short Plays will be shown at the Eugene A. Braught Memorial Theatre in Weslaco, Texas for one special performance on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 5:00pm. Doors will open at 4:30p.m. Tickets are $10/person. Tickets can be purchased online at www.itheatreoftexas.com, at the Braught Memorial Theatre Box Office from April 1 to April 4, 2013 from 6:30-8:00p.m. and the day of the show, or by calling (956) 825-1228.

The collection of short plays include: Murder by Midnight; The Ninth Step; The Secret Origin of Mojo Man; Family 2.0; Gray Matter; The Facts of Life: A Reappraisal; First Impressions; The Worst Possible Time for Writer’s Block. Actors range from all walks of life and from 12 years old to 53.

Pictured: TENtalizing: A Collection of Short Plays Graphics

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ITheatre is a nonprofit organization and is supported by its patrons and local businesses. It does not receive any tax funding or grants. ITheatre believes that a community can support local arts and artists, and by doing so, it will become culturally enriched. ITheatre currently performs at the Eugene A. Braught Memorial Theater, 525 S. Kansas Avenue, Weslaco, Texas, 78596. http://www.itheatreoftexas.com

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Gaby Jones

Director of Marketing & Communications

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