Stories brought to life as Casa Grande goes West

September 29, 2012 by  

A series of Western-themed entertainment occurs each month in Casa Grande, Arizona, the latest of which is tomorrow’s ‘Western Heritage Celebration’.

Every month, new and interesting local talent is presented to the audience, which often takes the form of historical reflections using storytelling from literature written in the past, poetry readings, fine arts, performing arts, and live music. This family event has award-winning storytellers, authors, artists, and entertainers. The storytellers at the celebration bring the tales to life about factual events, as well as many of the legendary myths of the west.

Offering education as well as entertainment, the feature event is called ‘Have Guitar Will Travel…A horseback!’ and will feature Gary Sprague – a working cowboy who has been singing and entertaining crowds for more than 20 years now. This event promised to have a number of folks who will ‘ham’ it up for the audience, as well a number of ‘tricks’ by Dusty – a devoted horse. Dusty is renowned for performing to all the audiences favorite songs, so a great time should be had by all.

Poster printing and flyer printing may have been used to advertise this event to residents in the area. It takes place tomorrow, September 30, starting at 1:00 pm. Admission is $15 per person and everyone is welcome to come and enjoy this creative celebration at the Paramount Theatre in Casa Grande, Arizona. For additional information, please visit The Singing Cowboy website or call 520-705-5901.