Theater & Shows in Snyder

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  • Circus Gatti
    At Circus Gatti, exotic animals, hilarious showmen, and thrilling daredevils delight families in an outrageous three-ring spectacle. During the two-hour show, elephants Tika and Patti stomp to Bollywood choreography, and the Liberty Ponies knock their synchronized hooves under the deft direction of Miss Genevieve, who conducts with a baton made of sugar cubes. The Great Oscar soars through the heavens with nothing but an oversize rope and bones infused with helium, with The Queen Bee delivering further aerial thrills while fluttering beside her hive in an atmospheric ballet. Pipin and Poppy elicit laughs with their comedy routine, and Miss Elizabeth induces awe with a contortion and balancing act in which she fires an arrow with her legs and feet while hanging upside down. After the show, those who opted for the meet and greet will brush elbows with the circus stars, snapping photos and asking questions regarding their skill, bravery, and how to construct a Q-tip big enough to clean an elephant's ear.
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    900 E Coliseum Dr.
    Snyder, TX US
  • Abilene Community Theatre
    The Abilene Community Theatre believes in the positive impacts that can be achieved through the performing arts, and Abilene citizens are encouraged to audition and participate in live productions, while the community is encouraged to partake in an affordable means of entertainment and fellowship.
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    809 Barrow Street
    Abilene, TX US
  • Gala of the Royal Horses
    After continually traversing the globe since its breakout television performance nearly 18 years ago Riverdance returns stateside. A cast of six principal dancers will clobber the Music Hall?s stage with the stomps, taps, kicks, and tackles of traditional Irish step dancing, which, when synchronized with a live band and 18 troupe dancers, sends waves of rhythm cascading over all 3,420 seats in the Spanish Baroque theater. The show?s 18 scenes break into two acts: the first depicting the mythical beginnings of the Celtic people as they hatched from a kelpie's head, and the second portraying the Irish famine and ensuing wave of emigration.
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    1700 Highway 36
    Abilene, TX US
  • ReptiDay
    Snakes slither in glass display cases, and lizards wriggle in the hands of trained handlers as they're held up in full view of a curious crowd. This is the scene as one of Repticon's presenters educates attendees on the biology, behavior, and typing speeds of exotic cold-blooded creatures at one of the year-round shows held in cities across the country. Reptile and amphibian breeders, scholars, and handlers engage audiences in lectures and demonstrations in the midst of live reptile exhibits, family activities, and displays for exotic-pet supplies. Presentations may focus on the genetics of large snake species, the specifics of exotic-pet care, and the effect that tiny hats have on the image of arachnids such as tarantulas, scorpions, and spiders.
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    4702 130th St.
    Lubbock, TX US
  • ABC Pro Rodeo 2012
    The 70th annual ABC Rodeo stampedes into Lubbock City Bank Coliseum prepared to kick up dirt and round up funds for local charities. Each spring, fans descend upon Lubbock for the multiday competition, which showcases some of the PRCA's most accomplished cowboys. As attendees saddle general-admission seats and rodeo clowns re-stuff their pockets with ham, competitors will battle spur-to-spur in a variety of events such as bull riding, bareback riding, steer wrestling, and team roping. The weekend's festivities uphold Lubbock's longstanding tradition of improving the community through sporting events, and for the 70th straight year, Beutler and Son Rodeo Company elevates the event's standards with quality livestock and broncos that are former Olympic champions in the high jump.
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    2720 Drive of Champions
    Lubbock, TX US
  • Four Funny Females
    Formerly housing the Collin County Courthouse, McKinney Performing Arts Center boasts a history that dates all the way back to 1848. With its French Second Empire design, featuring twin towers, carved stone, and a precipitous mansard roof, the historic district courtroom doubled as a haven for lawmakers and a dance hall for denizens, and was once among the tallest buildings of north Texas. After the Collin County Courthouse relocated in 1979, the building was eventually rehabilitated and renamed the McKinney Performing Arts Center in 2006. The former home of hanging judges is now a hot spot for music, theater, and comedy, sporting intimate views from its main floor and balcony. The performance center also rumbles with the stirring sounds of its massive 1920s Wurlitzer theater pipe organ.
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    1310 N FM1788
    Midland, TX US

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