"Why?" That is the question most often asked, by musicians and laypersons alike, after the concerts of P.D.Q. Bach’s music. Composer Peter Schickele will bring to life his alter ego, P.D.Q. Bach (1807-1742), in an evening of musical hilarity that will bring many a smile, chuckles and laugh-out-loud moments to those attending one of two performances presented by this musical giant as the season closer of the Kerrville Performing Arts Society. Tickets ($25-$35-$45) are available now at the Cailloux Theater Box Office (830-896-9393) for the Saturday, April 17th, 7:30pm evening performance, and the Sunday, April 18th, 2:00pm performance. This giant of musical satire has filled normally staid concert halls with uproarious laughter and been described by the New York Times as "An Evening with P.D.Q. Bach is a very, very funny show, even for people who like music but don’t know why." Another reporter reported: "The audience tittered, giggled, belly-laughed, guffawed and downright had a good time." Join in the fun…Additional information at www.kpas.org or www.schickele.com.