The Lowdown on These Centex Shows

Wild Flower Theater presents Quilters through Jun 29, Fri & Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2pm, at the Feed Mill Complex, Hwy 290 W & Nugent Ave in Johnson City (from Austin: Hwy 290 west to Johnson City; Nugent Ave. crosses 290; the feed mill is on the left). Tickets: $10. The season continues with Dona Rosita's Jalapeño Kitchen, starring Ruby Nelda Perez, Jul 10-27. 210/868-9088.

Fredericksburg Music Theater Company presents South Pacific Jun 27-Jul 19, Fri & Sat, 8pm, Jun 29, Sun, 2:30pm, and Jul 4, Fri, 2:30pm (no evening performance Jul 4), at St. Joseph's Halle, 216 W. San Antonio St., Fredericksburg (from Austin: Hwy 290 W to Fredericksburg; go through town on 290 to 16 South; turn left on 16 (toward Kerrville) and go one block to San Antonio St. turn right and go two blocks; the hall is on your right). Tickets: $10 ($8 with advance purchase). 210/997-8515.

San Antonio Public Theatre presents The Grapes of Wrath Jun 28-Jul 13, Thu-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2:30pm, in the Coates/Seeligson Theatre at St. Mary's Hall, 9401 Starcrest (from Austin: I-35 south to San Antonio; take Loop 410 west and exit at Starcrest Dr; turn right on Starcrest Dr. and go about a mile, where the street will empty into the St. Mary's campus; the theatre and parking is on the left). Tickets: $16 ($14 seniors, military personnel; $10 students). 210/829-PLAY.

Shakespeare at Winedale presents
Richard II, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, and The Winter's Tale in repertory Jul 24-Aug 17, Thu & Fri, 7:30pm, Sat & Sat, 2 & 7:30pm, in the Theatre Barn at the Winedale Historical Center in Winedale (from Austin, Hwy 290 E to Carmine, turn right on FM 237 and follow it to Round Top; turn left at the road to Winedale; go about three miles; at a "T" intersection, another sign will point toward Winedale; turn left and go about a mile; the theatre barn is on your right). Tickets: $5. 409/278-3530. -- R.F.

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