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Seven Can’t-Miss Entertainment Events in Midland in 2023

Seven Can’t-Miss Entertainment Events in Midland in 2023

With just one day until 2023, many venue spaces around town have announced the first half of their entertainment season. The Midland arts community, spanning multiple mediums, plans to take over in the new year with one-of-a-kind performances. From comedians and musical troupes to theater and visual effects, the tall city will have no shortage of creative and unique delights.

To get the ball rolling, here are seven must-see spots where 432 New Year’s is happening.

Seymour Fogel

During January, artwork from renowned creator Seymour Fogel will fill the lobby of the Southwest Museum. Fogel was a key figure in the Texas Modernist movement, paving the way for many of today’s Abstract and Expressionist artists.

Fortune Femster

I first discovered comedian Fortune Feimster a few years ago through a Facebook thread. Her raunchy yet resonant sense of humor is unparalleled, making her an unrivaled performer. She will take the stage at the Wagner Noel Center for the Performing Arts on January 29.Tickets are available at www.wagnernoel.com.

Downtown Farmers Market

I love going to farmers markets. Midlanders near and far gather to buy or sell locally sourced goods. The marketplace has proven to be an excellent way for me to meet and get to know members of the community. Vendors remain passionate about their work, and the layout of the Southwest Museum provides ample space for walking and conversation. www.midlanddowntownfarmersmarket.com.

Hair spray

Wagner Noël’s Broadway roster of the Basin will play in 2023; however, Hair spray as my number one. With a funny and persistent look at racism, personality, body image and police brutality, the musical keeps audiences on their toes, laughing one moment and crying the next.The show is on March 6 and tickets are available at www.wagnernoel.com.

Our Planet Live Concert

this our planet The series goes a long way in exploring and educating about climate change and how it affects our ecosystems. Presented by the Arts Council of Odessa and Texas, the Emmy-nominated documentary score will be performed live by an orchestra as the film plays on the big screen.The show will take place March 13 and tickets are available at www.wagnernoel.com.

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