WICHITA - Wichita Scottish Rite Signature Theatre presents the tragic love story, Romeo & Juliet, William Shakespeare’s timeless classic, Friday, Mar. 31 at 8pm-Sunday, April 2 at 7pm. General admission is $18, $14 and $10. The production will be held in the historic Wichita Scottish Rite Theatre. Phil Speary will direct and Bobbi Green is the stage manager.
Romeo & Juliet is one of the world’s most beloved romantic dramas. The WSR Signature Theatre production will set this classic tale of star-crossed lovers in the dark world of gothic fantasy. The young couple play out their forbidden relationship in a world of two fierce clans pitted against each other. How can their love survive?
WICHITA - On Saturday, April 8 The Center of Wichita and Wichita Pride will each have an entry in the annual Support Local Law Enforcement Community Parade. Members of the community can show their support for Wichita’s finest, the Wichita Police department and the LGBT participation by attending the parade. It starts at 10:30am at Central and Main. For more information visit /www.facebook.com/Support-Local-Law-Enforcement-Wichita-871561756226048/.
WICHITA—Wichita Festivals, Inc., producers of Riverfest and Autumn & Art, announced a new event that will debut in downtown Wichita this summer: Wichita Vortex Music Festival, with headliner Dwight Yoakam.
Scheduled for Aug. 4-5, the festival combines live music, Wichita pride and the rare chance to camp in the heart of the city at the confluence of the Arkansas and Little Arkansas rivers. The festival’s main stage will be located in the gated area between the Mid-America All-Indian Center and the Keeper of the Plains.