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Babes In Toyland, 2011 Holiday Production. Photos courtesy of Bob Fitch: www.grandprairiereporter.com & Robbye Bond.
Art Explosion concludes with a student art show each year.
Art Explosion weaving project.
Art Explosion instructor Kelly Giessner, GPISD Art Teacher, leads the students in their next project.
Jack and Bean Stalk, children's summer theatre production.
A scene from Jack and the Bean Stalk, children's summer theatre production.
Dance Expression concludes each year with a dance recital.
Summer in the Arts. Visual Arts, Music, Dance and Theatre Workshops for children and teens.
The audiences enjoy beautiful spring weather, a casual atmosphere and great music.
The South Grand Prairie High Jazz Band was invited to add a local flair to the 2010 line-up.
Mark Shelton and Tin Roof Tango opened the 10th Annual April Concerts in the Park Series.
Brave Combo brought out one of the largest crowds ever for an April Concerts in the Park.
Mood Swings Big Band was a local main stay of the Concert Series for many years.
The audience enjoys a local city park and great gospel music on Good Friday.
April Concerts in the Park. Free, outdoor month-long concert series in a local city park.
GPAC Board Members welcome artists and guests to the opening reception.
The art show is held in the main concourse of the Grand Prairie Memorial Library.
Opening day festivities of the show honor the artists who enter.
A reception, including local musical entertainment, is held on opening day.
The awards reception draws a big crowd each year.
More than 100 pieces, from artists through the region, are shown for two-weeks each year.
Annual Adult Juried Art Show. Held each September at the Grand Prairie Memorial Library.
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum - February 2011. Photos courtesy of Steve Adams
Little Women, the Musical - September 2010. Photos courtesy of Bob Fitch: www.grandprairiereporter.com
Our show host, BJ Cleveland "welcomes" a late arrival into the black box theater.
Sheriff Deadman swears in his newest Deputy.
Sheriff Dudley Deadman questions the murder suspects.
Bonnie Bordello tries to talk her way out of the charges.
Chastisty Pureheart and Sheriff Deadman talk over the murder allegations against her.
Sheriff Deadman fills the audience in on his conclusions to the murder investigation.
Deadman of the Wild West - March 2011. Photos courtesy of Bob Fitch: www.grandprairiereporter.com

2011 GobFest Goes West - Hee-Haw Style! Gobs of Talent Variety Show. Photos by Libby Clawson
Target Tellebration. 
Week-long storytelling festival. Sponsored by Target Stores and Texas Comission on the Arts.
Margaret Clauder as the Bookworm. TCA Touring Roster
Colleen Mallette, Words + Music = Opera. TCA Touring Roster
Margaret Clauder as Singing Bird and the Story of the First Thanksgiving
Michael Moore and Haiku in the Classroom. TCA Touring Roster
Brett Roberts, A Celebration of Stories
Rumors - September 2011. Photos courtesy of Libby Clawson
Scenes and characters from GPAC's 2011 Summer Musical, The Pirates of Penzance.
The Pirates of Penzance - 2011 Summer Musical. Photos courtesy of Steve Adams
Scenes from GPAC's 2011 Fall Production of Rumors.
Debbie Dobbs-Vernon, better known as "Minnie Pearl," and her sidekick Linda Eden.
Dawn Michelle sings "Like We Never Loved At All", while our own Hee-Haw Gang look ons.
Jena Perkins sings "Crazy", by Patsy Cline.
Madison Zandt, the show's youngest contestant, performs "Shy" from the Musical "Once Upon A Mattress."
The Band "Stations" includes David Hufford, Tony Sanchez, Judy Koss and Chris Koss.
Monica Saldivar ends the show on a wonderful note singing "I Will Always Love You."
Disney's Beauty and the Beast, 2010 Summer Musical. Photos courtesy of Bob Fitch: www.grandprairiereporter.com

 Willy Wonka, 2010 Holiday Production. Photos courtesy of Bob Fitch: www.grandprairiereporter.com