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Open auditions have been scheduled by The Edge for its first production of the 2022 season, William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” on Jan. 16 from 3-7 p.m. and Jan. 17 from 7-10 p.m.
A second round of auditions are scheduled for Jan. 22-23 from 3-7 p.m. with callbacks slated for Jan. 24 from 7-10 p.m.
All auditions and rehearsals will be held at the Boston Avenue Playhouse, 4228 Boston Ave. in Lubbock.
The show will be directed by K. Douglas McKennon and rehearsals will begin Jan. 31. Production dates are March 24-27 and March 31-April 3.
Casting will be age, race, and gender blind. There are 27 roles available for men and women of all ages and none have been pre-cast. Some actors may play multiple roles.
“The Taming of the Shrew” is Shakespeare’s classic comedy about relationships and marriage. The Edge will explore how those concepts reflect in today’s society and social norms.
Auditions will consist of prepared monologues as well as readings from the script. Actors should bring a resume and be prepared to move.
Those cast will receive a modest stipend for their work.
Home: A Search for Place, featuring the art of Melinda Green Harvey, photography; Valerie Komkov Hill, painting and fiber; and Pat Maines, mixed media, is on display at the Buddy Holly Center Fine Arts Gallery through Jan. 16.
The Buddy Holly Center Fine Arts Gallery is located at 1801 Crickets Ave. 
Three artists, who are also friends, combine their work in an exhibit that reflects on the evocative word — home.
Many of the pieces on display have extensive narrative that should allow you an opportunity to see what each artist had in mind when constructing the piece. 
The center’s hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday; and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W. Loop 289, is hosting a free memorial screening of “Lake Placid” on what would have been Betty White’s 100th birthday. Celebrate the passing of a true talent by watching one of her funniest films on the big screen. The show is scheduled for 7:45 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17.
Bill Pullman, Bridget Fonda, Brendan Gleeson and Oliver Platt share an appetite for sheer adventure when a tranquil New England lakefront erupts into an action-packed den of destruction.
An investigative team, armed with state-of-the-art equipment, high-powered weaponry, and a biting sense of sarcasm, must work together to defeat Black Lake’s most ferocious resident: a 30-foot prehistoric crocodile.
Written by David E. Kelley, directed by Steve Miner, and co-starring Betty White as the cantankerous Mrs. Bickerman, this terrifying tale of survival “combines humor and thrills with remarkable deftness.”
Admission is free, but you can reserve your spot by buying a food and beverage voucher or picking up a ticket in advance at the box office.
For more information or to reserve a seat, visit drafthouse.com/lubbock/event
Jason Boland’s “The Light Saw Me,” album release show at the Cactus Theater has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22.
For the past 20 years, Jason Boland & the Stragglers have dazzled audiences all over as one of the leading ambassadors of the Oklahoma and Texas music movement. Millions of fans cheering him on, over 500,000 records sold independently and 10 albums later, he is a career musician whose legacy continues to grow.
On what’s now his 10th studio album, he not only does that, but he did it in his own organic and authentic way. He’s making the music he wants while continuing to please the people who want to hear where his artistic journey takes him next. With a catalog like his, that’s no easy feat.
Tickets for this show are $22.50 in advance for all floor and standard balcony seats or $27.50 day of the show; and $50 for limited box seats.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.cactustheater.com
Lubbock Symphony Orchestra presents Mosaic at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22, in the Helen Devitt Jones Theater of Buddy Holly Hall.
LSO paints a musical picture with Debussy’s Nocturnes. Experience this classic composition inspired by art in the breathtaking Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences.
Featured will be Chee-Yun on violin and the First United Methodist Church Chancel Choir.
Tickets for this concert range from $33 to $93 (plus taxes and fees), depending on seating.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.buddyhollyhall.com
Conventional lighting design classes will be offered by The Edge Theatre Company beginning Jan 22.
Class instructor will be Ginger Angstadt, who is a TTU grad with her Ph.D. in fine arts theatre. She has been a lighting designer since 1980 with the Delaware, Pennsylvania , DC, and TTU dance communities and as freelance lighting designer with local theater groups in Delaware and Texas. 
The company seeks to involve students from ages 12 to young adults in acquiring a sense of equipment repair, knowledge of hang and focus, color and its role in design, and a review of power and control systems with the assistance of Dr: James Bush. 
Educational programming at The Edge seeks to develop and serve diverse populations. They are partnering with The Y, Ted Thea Boys & Girls Club, Tomorrow’s Leaders & other youth groups to work on this opportunity for youth.  
Classes will run from 1-3 p.m. on Saturdays through March 26. The cost is $10 per class. Students also may purchase a 10-class punch card for $100 applied toward any qualifying class offered by The Edge.
Classes will take place at The Boston Avenue Playhouse, home of The Edge, 4228 Boston Ave. in Lubbock.
Interested students can register by emailing info@edgetheatrelubbock.org with their contact information. 
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W. Loop 289, is hosting a “The Goonies” movie part at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 21, 6 p.m. on Jan. 23, 2:15 p.m. Jan. 30, and 7 p.m. Feb. 5.
Let’s face it, “The Goonies” never gets old. With its endearing cast of quirky kids and a plot filled with swashbuckling adventure, this 1985 film serves as the ultimate fantasy for anyone who feels stuck in the mundane humdrum of everyday life.
Join us for a rollicking movie party and we’ll give you everything you need to join the gang, including a pirate eye patch, a marble bag filled with pirate treasure, a bandana, and a fun-sized Baby Ruth, of course. And don’t worry, we won’t make you do the truffle shuffle to get in.
Tickets for this movie party are $15.15 and are available for purchase in advance online at drafthouse.com/lubbock.
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W. Loop 289, is hosting a “Pride & Prejudice” special-menu brunch at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 22 and Sunday, Jan. 23.
Order from the brunch menu – egg BLT, French toast, or breakfast tacos – and pair with a brunch cocktail classic. Each are available to order along with our full menu at this special brunch screening.
Set in the picturesque countryside of 18th century England, “Pride & Prejudice” tells Jane Austen’s classic tale of finding love in the last place you’d expect. Joe Wright’s (“Darkest Hour”) acclaimed adaptation sees Elizabeth Bennet (Kiera Knightley) under pressure from her overbearing mother to marry a suitable man. When the stoic yet intriguing (and incredibly wealthy) Mr. Darcy (Matthew Macfadyen) visits their small town, Elizabath opens herself up to life, happiness, and love.
Movie tickets for this special brunch are $10 and available in advance online at drafthouse.com/lubbock
Celebrate the 80th anniversary of “Casablanca” with Turner Classic Movies.
Movies 16 Lubbock, 5721 58th St., will host a special showing of the classic movie at 4:30 and 7:30 Thursday, Jan. 23, and 4 and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Academy Award® winners Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman light up the screen in one of the most enduring romances in movie history.
Rick Blaine owns a nightclub in Vichy-controlled Casablanca, frequented by refugees desperate to escape German domination. Despite the ever-present human misery, Rick manages to remain uninvolved in World War II now raging across Europe and Northern Africa. But all that changes when Ilsa Lund walks through the front door of Rick’s club —Rick must now choose between a life with the woman he loves and becoming the hero that both she and the world need.
Academy Awards for: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Academy Award nominations for: Best Actor in a Leading Role (Humphrey Bogart) Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Claude Rains) Best Cinematography, Black-and-White, Best Film Editing, Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture.
Tickets for this special screening are $12.45 (plus taxes and fees) and are available for purchase in advance at www.fathomevents.com
Actor, comedian, and writer Tom Segura brings his “I’m Coming Everywhere” World Tour to the Helen Devitt Jones Theater at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25.
Segura is one of the biggest names in the comedy business. He recently performed to sold-out audiences at his 100 + city, Take it Down Tour.
Tom Segura is known best for his Netflix specials, “Ball Hog” (2020), “Disgraceful” (2018), “Mostly Stories” (2021) and “Completely Normal” (2014).
Segura’s television credits include The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Conan, Workoholics, Happy Endings, The Late Late Show, Comedy Central Presents:  Tom Seguar, Mash Up, How To Be A Grown Up.
Reserved seat tickets for this show range from $35 to $75 (plus taxes & fees), depending on seating.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.buddyhollyhall.com
Texas Hill Country, made up of Casey James, Craig Wayne Boyd and Adam Wakefield, along with Jeff McCreight and Southern Conviction are scheduled to perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, at the Cactus Theater.
Texas Hill is a gritty amalgam of overlapping tastes and distinct voices that meet in the middle as a bold harmonic trio. Boyd offers a voice full of gospel-tinged country smoke, Wakefield blends a rootsy bluegrass-and-Americana rasp, and James wraps it with a blue-eyed soul quality and deft blues guitar chops.
Lubbock’s own Southern Conviction, led by Cactus favorite Jeff McCreight, will open the show.
Tickets for this show are $19 for all reserved floor and standard balcony seats in advance or $24 day of the show; and $38 for limited balcony box seats.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.cactustheater.com
Lubbock Community Theatre will stage “The 39 Steps” on Jan. 28-30 and Feb. 4-6 with Friday and Saturday evening performances at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m. at 3101 35th St.
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have “The 39 Steps.” The show centers on the character Richard Hannay, who is on the run from authorities, as well as the all-but-unknown organization, The 39 Steps. The journey to unveiling this organization leads him to an array of different characters who don’t always have the best of intentions.
This two-time Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning treat is packed with nonstop laughs, over 150 zany characters (played by a ridiculously talented cast of four), an onstage plane crash, handcuffs, missing fingers, and some good old-fashioned romance.
Content Warning: There are two gunshots throughout this production.
Written by Philip Grecian, adapted from the novel by John Buchan and based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock the LCT production is directed by Patrick Alan
For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the Lubbock Community Theatre box office at (806) 749-2416.
A tribute to Neil Diamond and the Eagles, presented by Caldwell Entertainment, is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 28, at the Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave.
This show has been touted by many as one of the best tribute shows available today. The harmony and solo singing of Brandon Gwinn, Jason Fellers, Jeff McCreight, and Sheena Fadeyi can’t be beat.
Reserved Seat Tickets are $20 and balcony box seat tickets are $40 (box ticket includes concessions).
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.cactustheater.com
Class rock group Three Dog Night has rescheduled an earlier show for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29 in the Helen Devitt Jones Theater of Buddy Holly Hall. Tickets from the previously scheduled Nov. 18 concert will be honored.
Three Dog Night, which had more top 10 hits than any other musical group from 1969 to 1974, has some of the most astonishing statistics in popular music. Boasting chart and sales records that are virtually unmatched in popular music, the legendary Three Dog Night had 21 consecutive Top 40 hits, including 3 #1 singles, 11 Top 10’s, 18 straight Top 20’s, 7 million-selling singles and 12 straight RIAA Certified Gold LPs.
Tickets for this show range from $35 to $125 (plus taxes and fees), depending on seating, and are available for purchase online at www.buddyhollyhall.com
Caldwell Entertainment honors the magic of Buddy Holly at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29, at the Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave.
This talented entourage will pay tribute to Buddy in high style; after all, with them being from West Texas, they are literally walking in Buddy’s footsteps.
Performing Buddy’s magical music, you’ll hear your favorites Jason Fellers, Brandon Gwinn, Jeff McCreight and Kassidy King, with newcomers Bella Molligan, Maya Al-Hmoud, Addie Bleu, Gabriella Flores and more.
Reserved seat tickets are $20 and balcony box seat tickets are $40 (box ticket includes concessions).
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.cactustheater.com
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W. Loop 289, is hosting a “Twilight” special-menu brunch at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 30.
Order from the brunch menu – egg BLT, French toast, or breakfast tacos – and pair with a brunch cocktail. Each are available to order along with our full menu at this special brunch screening.
“Twilight” is an action-packed, modern-day love story between a teen girl and a vampire. Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) has always been a bit different, never fitting in with the girls at her school. When Bella is sent to live with her father in the rainy little town of Forks, Washington, she doesn’t expect much to change. Then she meets the mysterious and dazzlingly beautiful Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a boy unlike any she’s ever met.
Edward is a vampire, but he doesn’t have fangs and his family is unique in that they choose not to drink human blood. Edward has been waiting 90 years for a soul mate, which he finds in Bella.
Tickets for this special screening are $10 and available in advance online at drafthouse.com/lubbock
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W. Loop 289, is hosting a special screening of “Groundhog Day” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1.
At first, Harold Ramis’ “Groundhog Day” seems like a typical Bill Murray comedy, with the iconic leading man standing one step away from the rest of humanity, always quick with an ironic insult. But the film cleverly turns Murray’s sarcastic outsider persona against him, and the film evolves into a sweet fable about humanity.
Murray plays Phil Connors, an egotistical Pittsburgh weatherman who hates nothing more than Groundhog Day. He detests covering the annual festival in nearby Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, and he especially despises sharing his name with the town’s celebrated rodent. Phil hopes to get in and out of the small town as soon as possible, but a blizzard strands him overnight and Phil wakes up to find out there is no next day. It’s still Feb. 2.
Outside, the people of Punxsutawney are celebrating Groundhog Day as if the previous 24 hours never happened and Phil is the only one caught in a feeling of deja vu gone wild.
Tickets for this special screening are $10 each and available in advance online at drafthouse.com/lubbock/show/groundhog-day
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock is partnering with the Women’s Studies Program at Texas Tech to bring its guests Sexism | Cinema. Join us for a special screening featuring a mini-lecture and post-film discussion of “Harriet” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2.
An inspiring biopic about America’s bravest woman, “Harriet” follows slave-turned-abolitionist Harriet Tubman as she escapes her vicious masters in Maryland to find freedom in Philadelphia. Not content to just save herself, Tubman risks her life again and again on heroic journeys back into the maelstrom to liberate her family and dozens of other slaves. Moving under cover of darkness through the Underground Railroad, she uses her cunning to thwart slave owners and policemen at every turn.
Tickets for this special event are $10 and available online in advance at drafthouse.com/lubbock
Disney Princess: The Concert is scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2 in the Helen Devitt Jones Theater in Buddy Holly Hall.
For generations, Disney’s Princesses have enchanted us with their courage and kindness. Their music has been the soundtrack to our lives. Now, for the first time in forever, that beloved music will be celebrated in Disney Princess – The Concert. 
Be our guest as an all-star quartet of Broadway and animated film icons celebrate all the Disney Princesses in an unforgettable evening of songs, animation, and stories, alongside their magical Music Director and enchanting Prince.
Tickets for this concert range from $29.50 to $59.50 (plus taxes and fees), depending on seating and related concert features and are available online at www.buddyhollyhall.com
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W. Loop 289, is hosting a “Grease” sing-along movie party at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4.
We’re hopelessly devoted to “Grease”, with its lovable characters, its doo-wop style, and, of course, those endlessly catchy tunes. To celebrate this timeless classic, we’re putting together an interactive, prop-filled, hand-jiving Sing-Along for all you T-Birds and Pink Ladies out there (beauty school dropouts also welcome).
We’ll kick things off with a pre-show hand jive contest before we start the interactive show, where you’ll have some candy cigarettes to help you look like a greaser, a comb so that you can comb-along to the action, ribbons, salon caps, and more. And because this is a Sing-Along, we’ll have the lyrics up onscreen to help every Danny, Sandy, Rizzo, and Kenickie in the audience get in on the fun.
Tickets for this movie party are $15.15 and available in advance online at drafthouse.com/lubbock
Ballet Lubbock presents Dallas Black Dance Theatre at Buddy Holly Hall for a one-night special event of contemporary dance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5.
Now in its 45th season, Dallas Black Dance Theatre is an internationally recognized professional dance company bringing to Lubbock contemporary dance at its highest level of artistic excellence. Contemporary dance is a mix of modern, jazz, and ballet. 
Individual tickets range from $25 to $75 (plus taxes and fees), depending on seating and are available for purchase at www.buddyhollyhall.com
Billboard’s Top 20 rock hits of the 80s will be presented by Caldwell Entertainment at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 5 at Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave.
The Cactus Theater and the Caldwell Collective will rock the house with singers Jason Fellers, Brandon Gwinn, Josh Sills, Jeff McCreight, Kassidy King, Devin Collins and Addie Bleu as they present the top 20 rock hits of the ’80s, this music that packed stadiums all over the world from its beginning.
Reserved seat tickets are $20 and balcony box seat tickets are $40 (box ticket includes concessions).
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.cactustheater.com
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W. Loop 289, is hosting a “Pretty in Pink” special-menu brunch at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 5 and Sunday, Feb. 6.
Order from our brunch menu – egg BLT, French toast, or breakfast tacos – and pair with a brunch cocktail classic. Each are available to order along with our full menu at this special brunch screening.
As far as we’re concerned, “Pretty in Pink” is the definitive guide to the classification of high school boys. Sure, fashion and hairstyles have changed, but the universal truth of the film remains: if you’re a teenage dude, you’re either a Duckie or a Blane.
The Duckies of the world are typically adorable and goofy, but they’re just never gonna make it out of the friend zone. The Blanes, on the other hand, were born to be hot and popular, so of course they take everything for granted and don’t appreciate the awesome, amazing girls right in front of them. In other words, dating in high school sucks.
Fortunately, “Pretty in Pink” channels that suckage through Molly Ringwald, light of our lives, and wraps it all up in a fabulous ’80s package. 
Movie tickets for this show are $10 and available in advance online at drafthouse.com/lubbock
Legendary singer and songwriter Paul Overstreet brings his “Storyteller” event to the Cactus Theater at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 6.
As a songwriter, Overstreet has written and co-written 27 Top Ten songs, his first being the George Jones single “Same Ole Me.” Numerous other artists have recorded his songs including Randy Travis, Tanya Tucker, Keith Whitley, Alison Krauss, The Judds, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood and more. 
Overstreet’s first solo project began when RCA released “Sowin’ Love”. The five singles released from this album were all top ten hits, including the title cut, Paul’s “signature” song “All The Fun,” and his first No. 1, “Seein’ My Father in Me.” The second album, “Heroes”, included the hits “Daddy’s Come Around”, ”If I Could Bottle This Up”, “Heroes” and “Billy Can’t Read,” which became the theme song for the CMA/CMT Project Literacy.
Tickets for this show include: $45 for VIP/Meet & Greet, first 2 rows on floor (A-B); $30 for rows C-G; $27.50 for remaining floor rows H-M and ADA; $25 for standard balcony; and $60 for balcony box seats (includes concessions).
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.cactustheater.com
“Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8 and Wednesday, Feb. 9 in the Helen Devitt Jones Theater of Buddy Holly Hall.
“Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” tells the inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom, from being part of a hit songwriting team with her husband Gerry Goffin, to her relationship with fellow writers and best friends Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, to becoming one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history. Along the way, she made more than beautiful music, she wrote the soundtrack to a generation.  
Featuring an array of beloved songs written by Gerry Goffin/Carole King and Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil, including “I Feel The Earth Move,” “One Fine Day,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “You’ve Got A Friend” and the title song, “Beautiful” has a book by and Tony® Award-nominee and Academy® Award-nominated writer Douglas McGrath, direction by Marc Bruni, choreography by Josh Prince, and took home two 2014 Tony® Awards and a 2015 Grammy® Award. 
Reserved seat tickets for this show range from $40 to $100 (plus taxes & fees) and are available for purchase in advance online at www.buddyhollyhall.com
Contemporary Christian group the Newboys are bringing their Stand Together Tour to the Hub City at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, in the Helen Devitt Jones Theater of Buddy Holly Hall.
Joining them will be Danny Gokey, Mac Powell and Adam Agee to worship with a shared purpose.
A facial covering over the nose and mouth is recommended for unvaccinated guests due to COVID-19 safety protocols.
Tickets to this show range from $19.75 to $75 (plus taxes & fees) depending on seating.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit buddyhollyhall.com
An Evening with Sinatra starring Brian Duprey, direct from Atlantic City, is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11 and Saturday, Feb. 12 at Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave.
Acclaimed as the best in the world at his craft, Frank Sinatra tribute artist Duprey presents an intimate performance of Sinatra’s classic hits with a swinging seven-piece orchestra that will leave you spellbound and wanting more. You’ll recognize these all-time masterpieces and marvel at the incredible stage presence and vocal mastery Duprey exhibits in capturing every nuance of the Chairman of the Board.
As a special bonus…you won’t believe your eyes when Marilyn makes a surprise appearance and presents a few photo ops to lucky listeners.
Tickets for this show are $3 for the first 3 rows of floor (rows A-C); $27.50 for the remainder of floor (rows D-M) and ADA; $25 for standard balcony; and $55 for limited balcony box (includes concessions).
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.cactustheater.co
Classic rock group Kansas is bringing its Point of Know Return anniversary tour to the Hub City at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11, in the Helen Devitt Jones Theater of Buddy Holly Hall.
With a legendary career spanning nearly five decades, Kansas has firmly established itself as one of America’s iconic classic rock bands. This “garage band” from Topeka have gone on to sell more than 30 million albums worldwide.
Composing a catalogue that includes 16 studio albums and five live albums, Kansas has produced eight gold albums, three sextuple-Platinum albums (Leftoverture, Point of Know Return, Best of KANSAS), one platinum live album (Two for the Show), one quadruple-Platinum single “Carry On Wayward Son” and another triple-Platinum single “Dust in the Wind”.
Kansas appeared on the Billboard charts for more than 200 weeks throughout the ‘70’s and ‘80’s. “Carry On Wayward Son” continues to be one of the top five most-played songs on classic rock radio.
VIP packages available for a limited time at: tickets.onelivemedia.com/event/kansas-vip-packages-buddy-holly-hall02112022
Reserved seat tickets range from $45.50 to $121 (plus taxes & fees) depending on seating and are available for purchase online at buddyhollyhall.com
Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock, 120 W. Loop 289, is hosting a “Bridesmaids” special-menu brunch at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 13.
Order from the new brunch menu – egg BLT, French toast, or breakfast tacos – and pair with one of the brunch cocktail classics. Each are available to order along with our full menu at this special brunch screening.
Tickets for this special event are $10 and available online in advance at drafthouse.com/lubbock
The Mavericks en Espanol World Tour comes to the Helen Devitt Jones Theater of Buddy Holly Hall at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13.
The Mavericks, the eclectic rock and country group known for crisscrossing musical boundaries with abandon, has gone through three distinct phases since it was founded in Miami in 1989. Now, The Mavericks have ushered in the fourth phase of their evolution with the No. 1 Billboard debut of their first-ever, all Spanish album, “En Español”, released on the band’s own Mono Mundo label.
The songs are as diverse as Latin America itself, and as cohesive as the ideal of the American melting pot. To season this rich musical paella, The Mavericks add their signature country/rock/Tex-Mex flavors and a refreshing spontaneity to the mix. En Español flips the band’s usual fusion formula, which adds a striking assortment of genres – salsa, ska, norteño, mariachi, and much more – to its sturdy rock/country base.
Note:  Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required for all guests or a documented negative COVID test within 72 hours of the event.
Reserved seat tickets for this show range from $29.50 to $56.50 (plus taxes & fees) depending on seating and are available for purchase online at buddyhollyhall.com

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