Laughter will once again fill the Texas Theatre as local thespians hit the stage this weekend.
It comes at a time when laughter is needed. For the past year-and-a-half, the world has stared down a global outbreak. People watched loved ones suffer from the coronavirus. Some people had mild symptoms, some had more severe ones and others had worse. We saw businesses close and then struggle to reopen and regain their composure, all while doing so gracefully. Some businesses never made it back and became a causality of the novel coronavirus.