- Pegasus Theatre’s “A Trifle Dead: The Movie” Streams Fridays in January
8 p.m. Fridays Jan. 8-22. Tickets are $18.
“A Trifle Dead: The Movie” is another hilarious whodunit from Pegasus Theatre, featuring beloved Pegasus characters Harry Hunsacker, Nigel Grouse and Lt. Foster trying to find a murderer in a mansion full of suspects, on a cold night in 1938. For cost and safety reasons, this show does not employ Pegasus’ special trade-secret Living Black and White® technique, but it was taped in black and white to give the performance a similar look.
Unless otherwise noted, tickets to Eisemann Center events are available at the Eisemann Center Ticket Office (credit card only), 972-744-4650 and at www.eisemanncenter.com. Click here for more information about the Eisemann Center’s COVID-19 safety procedures.
Photography Exhibits Begin This Weekend at City Facilities
Two city facilities will double as photo galleries over the next couple of months, housing displays that coincide with the City’s annual photo contest (see story above). The work of professional photographer Scott Williams will be on display at Huffhines Recreation Center Jan. 8-Feb. 24, and winning photos from the 2020 photo contest will be on display at the Library Jan. 9-28. The Library display, located on the third floor, will showcase the 2020 Best of Show and Best of Division winners as well as the work of the 2020 contest judges. The 2021 Contest Results Exhibit begins there Jan. 30.
The exhibits are free and open to the public during normal operating hours.