Hi-Hat Hattie, benefitting Hope Child Advocacy Center

 21 May
 Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts
 214 N Main St - 77901 - Victoria - United States
 Amy Leissner
An evening of music, theatre and gourmet home cooking, "Hi-Hat Hattie" by Larry Parr tells the inspiring true story of Hattie McDaniel, who won an Academy Award for her performance as Mammy in Gone With the Wind. She was the first African American actor to receive an Oscar, and was known for her wonderful parties and her fabulous hats. Thursday May 21 7pm - Performance and Dinner, $75 Friday May 22 2pm - Performance and Dessert, $45 Friday May 22 7pm - Performance and Dinner, $75 In the Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts] "Black Box" theatre (Rehearsal Room) Benefitting Hope Child Advocacy Center, formerly Hope of South Texas. Sponsorships and table sales available, contact Ric Tinney, 361.573.4673 or ric@hopecenterstx.org Click below for tickets or buy at the Welder Center box office, 361.570.TKTS (8587): https://www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&w=5aeb38fc5b84daa16e868ef45e21fc65 Featuring T.t. Morrison Accompanied by Barbara C. Reinhardt Directed by Ric Tinney Catered by Tonja Patterson's The Prickly Pear Cafe "The audience feels privileged to hear the story of an American who broke racial barriers, but who remained true to her culture and upbringing." "A joyously personal account of one woman's life, love and triumphs." "A feisty, flamboyant, unrepentant affirmation of black American culture, present and past." Sponsored by Fashion Hangerz by TT Taylor, Victoria Television Group, Theatre Victoria and All About the Dress

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