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Music, Mothers and the Odeon Theater
Wednesday, May 5, 2010 • Posted May 5, 2010

The Odeon Preservation Association (OPA) Board of Directors continues its Mission to provide entertainment at the Odeon Theater in Mason through the performing arts. Musical soul mates Christine Albert and Chris Gage will carry on the mission with the opening show of the 2010 Odeon Theater concert series. Their performance slated for May 8 at 7:00 PM is the first in a number of upcoming events presented by the OPA to raise money for renovating and upgrading the facility to become an unparalleled venue for any and all performing arts while continuing its tradition of showing movies.

The personal bond between Albert and Gage, their enthusiasm, and their unashamedly love for their material, can’t help but rub off on listeners making this concert the perfect Mothers Day weekend event. Robert Patterson of the Houston Press says "Their vocals intertwine like two passionate lovers and their performances are an upbeat celebration of songs and the art of singing them. Their stage shows include everything from memorable originals to choice cover material. An evening with the two is a fun and heartwarming experience in which music truly is the food of love."

The OPA will be announcing their upcoming concert series and other events being planned for the future. For more information or reservations please call Dennis or Kay Evans at 325 347 6781 or email at Also check the Odeon Theater website Reservations are not confirmed until they have been paid in advance.

Concessions will also be open, and you may bring your favorite beverage. The Odeon Theater Concert Series is a fund raising event to renovate the oldest continually operated single screen movie theater in Texas and to make it into a multipurpose facility for movies and performing arts. The OPA is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Please join us for an exciting evening of musical entertainment.

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