All About What's in Store for the Historic Fayette Theater in 2013

After 20 years of award-winning performers and thrilling shows, and the Historic Fayette Theater is bringing out all the dazzle for its milestone 2013 season.
Comedy lovers can get a healthy dose of laughs throughout the season. A quirky story takes the stage with the April and May production of “Panache.”When an argument about a license plate spins out of control, two people have to struggle with issues of life and love.

“Kilroy Was Here” opens on March 8

Then, witness the touching but comical grief of two hunters who fear they’ve accidentally shot an angel in the summer show “Duck Hunter Shoots Angel.”
Get a double dose of laughs in September with two one-act plays by James McClure. Join the characters in rural Texas for the shenanigans of gossiping gals and has-been heroes.
For those who prefer a little mystery, how about being part of one? Unravel the clues and discover the killer in the murder mystery dinner show “Murder Among the Meringues” in April.
There are also some dramas on the stage schedule. Start this March with a salute the WWII troops during a jukebox jamming, jitterbugging musical production of “Kilroy Was Here,” as the U.S.O. roots out potential spies.
In town for an adventure? Check out the other whitewater thrills and wipeouts from the year at the 10th Annual Video Boaters Challenge in October.
You can celebrate Independence Day and Christmas with live entertainment. The John Kemper Band headlines the Fourth of July spectacular, which is also the 20th anniversary celebration for the theater.
December’s holiday season brings the classic “Miracle on 34th Street,” as well as a performance by the New River Youth Symphony Chorus.
Which show are you most looking forward to seeing at the Fayette Historic Theater this year?