The Civil War is over, but the fighting rages on in 1870s Texas. In this one-hour musical comedy, a beleaguered army officer stands between an outlaw family and a band of vigilantes, while a wronged woman seeks her own kind of twisted justice.
The Sutton-Taylor feud was the most violent in Texas history, pitting ex-members of the notorious State Police against the Taylor ring (which boasted killer John Wesley Hardin). In this musical comedy based on actual events, an army officer risks his life and reputation to try to bring a lasting peace.
The Feud brings wronged women, drunken soldiers, corrupt lawmen and desperate outlaws together to sing, dance, ride hard and shoot straight.
Tickets are $20 per person and may be purchased below or call 325 347 6781 for reservations and information. Please note, tickets are NOT issued. Your name will appear on the WILL CALL list at the door.
Doors open at 6:15 p.m.