POSTED: Thursday, August 2, 2012 - 12:30pm
UPDATED: Thursday, August 2, 2012 - 12:44pm
tyler, tx — The City of Tyler is pleased to announce the availability of season tickets for all fall performances at Liberty Hall. Tickets are on sale Aug. 1, 2012 through Sept. 30, 2012 at www.libertytyler.com .
Customers may choose season tickets to only movies, or only live performances. For those who just can’t get enough of Downtown, season passes to all Liberty Hall performances and movies are also available.
Season ticket prices:
Live events only:
The season tickets cover performances occurring October through December 2012. Children’s tickets are for customers ages 16 and under.
For more information about Liberty Hall, 103 E. Erwin in Downtown Tyler, join us on Facebook, or call Manager Anne Payne at (903) 595-7274.
The Fall lineup at Liberty Hall includes:
Oct. 4 – Movie – Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Oct. 6 – Children’s Play – The Man Who Planted Trees at 2 p.m.
Children’s play presented by the Puppet State Theatre Company, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, this show has toured schools, village halls, theatres and festivals across the UK and Ireland as well as in Malaysia, Bermuda, the Netherlands, the USA and Canada.
“Laughs, heartbreak, war, regeneration, scented breezes, sparkling wit and the best dog puppet ever. Perfect for children and grown-ups. Terrific.” (The Guardian).
This multi-sensory theatrical adaptation of Jean Giono’s environmental classic tells the inspiring story of a shepherd who plants a forest, acorn by acorn, transforming a barren wasteland. As much a touching tale as it is a hilarious puppet show, “The Man Who Planted Trees” shows us the difference one man (and his dog!) can make to the world. For adults and children over seven.
Oct. 11 – Movie – Dawn of the Dead (1984)
Oct. 12 – Comedy Show – Girls Night Out (18 and up)
Oct. 18 – Movie – Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
Oct. 19 – Magic Show – The Deep Magic of Joshua Lozoff at 8 p.m.
We have invited Mr. Lozoff back to Liberty Hall. With no props, no sidekicks, and no rabbit or top hat, he will perform entertaining, in-your-face magic. His only tools are everyday objects coupled with the amazement of the human mind. This magician has mesmerized audiences of the United States and Latin America and will astound you with his deeply perplexing, simple and lucid conundrums.
Oct. 31 – Movie – Halloween (1978)
Nov. 1 – Movie – The Third Man (1949)
Description: Description: cid:image008.jpg@01CD6E63.E1B0F220Nov. 2 – Family Theater – Ruby Nelda Perez presents “Dona Rosita’s Day of the Dead” at 8 p.m.
The story opens in the kitchen of Dona Rosita, who is preparing food for El Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Actress Perez depicts a wide range of characters, many of whom cajole and entreat Rosita to reconcile with her dying father. She cooks late into the night, dishing out juicy stories about the living, the dead and those who fall in between. Apparitions put Rosita’s personal past to the test, thus incorporating the audience in a journey of unresolved relations. Free recipes, eccentric souls and serious comedy.
Nov. 8 – Movie – Double Indemnity (1944)
Nov. 15 – Movie – The Maltese Falcon (1941)
Concert – An Evening in the Round with Linda Davis and friends at 8 p.m. Three of Nashville’s most talented singer/songwriters will bring a little taste of Music to Tyler. The intimate night of acoustic music, starring Grammy award winner Linda Davis and hit songwriters Lang Scott and Bill Whyte, will be injected with hits, humor and a whole lot of down home appeal. This enjoyable night of music will see each artist taking a turn at the microphone, playing songs and sharing the stories behind these hits. The audience can expect to hear some familiar tunes recorded by some of today’s hottest artists, as well as Whyte’s own brand of sometimes twisted, but always funny songs.
Nov. 29 – Movie – Sunset Boulevard (1950)
Nov. 30 – Comedy Show – Fourth Wall and Card 53
Dec. 6 – Movie – A Christmas Story (1983)
Family Theater – The Magic Lantern Theater’s Christmas Show” at either 2 p.m. or 7 p.m. The American Magic-Lantern Theater is the only professional traveling antique lantern theater company in the country. They re-create Victorian "Magic-Lantern Shows" -- a popular 1890s combination of projected color images, live drama, live music, hilarious comedy and boisterous audience participation. The shows were the great grandfather of the cinema The recreated traveling theater is authentic -- using antique equipment, and the content, music, and dramatic style of the 1890s. The Christmas show evokes the wonder and laughter of a Victorian Christmas and includes such classics as "The Night Before Christmas," "The Little Match Girl," and Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," plus gorgeous illustrated carols like "O Holy Night." Christmas Day ends with a comic parade of animated toy slides -- accompanied by the delighted shouts, stomps, and squeals of the audience.
Dec. 13 – Movie – Holiday Inn (1942)
Dec. 20 – Movie – It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)