Ty & Sheila Discuss Busy Season at Homer Center for the Arts (audio)

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It’s always a fun time when Ty Marshal & Sheila Ryan from the Homer Center for the Arts make the trip down the street to WXHC – and this morning’s (February 4) preview of their Winter/Spring season was audibly no different.

On schedule for this Thursday night is Citizen Cope, an artist known for his deep song writing and sound commonly described as a mix of blues, soul, folk, and rock.

February then finishes out with The Travelin’ McCourys on the 28th.

In addition to a slate of musical acts that continue into the spring, the Center will also host a full season of plays by its community theater troupe, the “Center Players,” which kicks off with a hometown rendition of The Importance of Being Earnest¬†next weekend.

Marshal, the Center’s executive director, said this is the first time in that group’s history that a full season has been planned in advance. This year Ryan herself, his 2nd-in-command, will star in a key role of an April production of “The Gypsy.”

Tickets and a full schedule of events can be found by visiting Center4Art.org.

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