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Posted by on Jan 16, 2013 in Articles, Paris Live, Theatre | 0 comments

Native Paris Actress to Star in One-woman Play “O’Keeffe!”

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Carolyn Wickwire as Georgia O'KeeffeAcclaimed Dallas actress Carolyn (Garvin) Wickwire, a native of Paris and 1954 graduate of Paris High School, will star in the one-woman play “O’Keeffe! By Lucinda McDermott, co-produced by Paris Community Theatre and Flower and Bone Productions., directed by Ouida White. Carolyn won awards for her work in “Beauty Wueene of Leenane” at Quad C Theatre and in “The Women” at Contemporary Theatre of Dallas. Her most recent film role was in “Phobia” and she has appeared on TV shows like Prison Break and In Plain Sight. She starred in the following plays: Superior Donuts, Equus, The Royal Family, and The Blue Moon Dancing. She is represented by the Kim Dawson Agency. She began her acting career at the age of 50 and made a name for herself in the Dallas acting Poppy Georgia O'Keeffe paintingscene.

Three performances of this play will be at PCT on February 15th at 7:30pm, February 16th at 7:30pm and February 17th and 2:30pm. Lamar National Bank is the main sponsor for this spectacular performance. Tickets are $10 each and for reservations you can contact pct@1starnet.com or you can call (903)784-2859 Monday thru Friday 1-5pm. Paris Community Theatre is located at 30 North Plaza in downtown Paris, Texas.

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