KVPAC to Host Benefit Performance of APPROACHING LAVENDAR at Multiplicity, 3/3


The Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center is set to host a benefit performance of APPROACHING LAVENDAR at Multiplicity on March 3 at 7:00 p.m.

This benefit performance directly supports Encore Players' participation in AACTFest (the state level festival for the American Association of Community Theatres in Texas) on March 16th in Lewisville, Texas.

Approaching Lavendar, directed by Gregory Magyar, is a one-act comedic drama about siblings' shared tolerance at their parents' remarriage, as a new understanding and forgiveness ultimately reveals the significance of sisterhood. The talented cast of local female actresses includes Grace Glass as Jennifer, Amanda Mena as Abigail and Kristin McKenzie as Wren.

Director Gregory Magyar said, "We chose Approaching Lavendar as our festival entry because it is the kind of play that places such strong focus on the character relationships. Julie Beckett Crutcher has written a piece that explores the meaning of sisterhood in both a traditional and non-traditional sense. In this age, where the word 'family' can be defined in so many different ways, Approaching Lavendar is an extremely relevant, relatable piece of theatre."

Tickets are $25 (complimentary wedding cake, coffee & wine will be served) Seating is limited. Click here for tickets.

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