Episode 016 – Historic Lyric Theater with Eric Evans

Historic Lyric TheaterEpisode 016 – Historic Lyric Theater with Eric Evans

I start off season 2 with an interview with Eric Evans, who tells us the story of the historic Lyric Theater in Brownwood’s downtown historic district.

This treasure of Texas history holds many memories and interesting stories, and you’ll find that in the short time that I had with Eric, many of those stories could not be told.  From stage plays to movies, and musicals to concerts, the Lyric stands after over 100 years, still serving the community with performing, visual, and musical arts.

Please feel free to learn more at:
BrownwoodLyricTheater.com
or on Facebook here.

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Episode 015 – Lela Suttee

Lela SutteeEpisode 015 – Lela Suttee

Voices of Texas welcomes author Lela Suttee (Jackson), formerly of Brownwood, to the program! Lela’s first book is “If Houses Could Talk – Oh the Stories They Would Tell!”.  Join us as we talk about the book and growing up in the Lone Star State.

Lela’s Website

If Houses Could Talk

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Episode 007 – Cassie Castillo

Cassie CastilloEpisode 007 – Cassie Castillo is young, has her whole life ahead of her. Like most kids her age, she goes off to college.  She gets an education in graphic design. Then, she makes a dramatic turn: she decides to go full-time as a volunteer assisting in disaster relief with FEMA Corps. When 43 people were killed in the Oso, WA, mudslide in March 2013, she was there assisting in the relief effort.

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