Rover Dramawerks Holds Ribbon Cutting at New Location in Ruisseau Village Today
Rover Dramawerks has moved to a new location in Plano's Ruisseau Village, and is pleased to announce a ribbon cutting ceremony in conjunction with the Plano Chamber of Commerce and the North Texas Chamber of Commerce. The ceremony will take place today, March 27th at 4:30 pm at 221 W. Parker Road, Suite 580, Plano, TX 75023.
"We are so excited that after roving around Plano for all these years, Rover now has a home to call its own," said Carol M. Rice, Executive Artistic Director of Rover Dramawerks.
Rover Dramawerks has been a vital player in North Texas since 2001 and a major part of Plano's cultural scene since 2006, and is Plano's premiere professional theater company. Rover currently produces seven plays per season, mixing world premiere and contemporary plays, with professional casts and crew drawn from our local communities. Rover also hosts a very popular series of children's drama camps during the spring and summer each year.
In addition to both the Plano Chamber of Commerce and North Texas Chamber being a part of the ribbon cutting ceremony, many of the neighboring restaurants will be on hand to introduce Rover patrons to their cuisine. The local restaurants donating food to the event include Bavarian Grill, Tacos Lalo's, Greek Isles, and Charcoal Grill.
For more information, or to contact Rover Dramawerks, visit www.roverdramawerks.com or call 972-849-0358.
Photo by Kevin Brown.