Monthly Archives: March 2006

Elegance and Excellence from Y.T.A Competition

It was, indeed, an evening of musical grace and grandeur at last weekend’s 22nd annual Young Texas Artist competition, under the auspices of the Montgomery County Performing Arts Society, and with continuing generous support from leading sponsor, Entergy Corporation. Even … Continue reading

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Class Act Triumphant with its ”Seussical” Musical

Much like the legendary land of “Brigadoon,” there is a magical world that now and then appears in The Woodlands, Texas, and the master magician is Founder/Director, Keith Brumfield, of Class Act Productions. The latest edition from this very outstanding … Continue reading

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Reflections on Peter Johl

While feeling eminently unqualified for the task before me, I must take pen in hand and reflect on a sweet soul who went out of his way to make me at home as a newborn Lamb when I was first … Continue reading

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