The Texas Shakespeare Festival is a professional summer theatre housed in the Anne Dean Turk Fine Arts Center at Kilgore College. TSF presents four weeks of performances of five productions: two plays by Shakespeare, a classic, a musical, and a children's show.
Established in 1986, the Texas Shakespeare Festival was the brainchild of Raymond Caldwell, a faculty member within the theatre program.
"Family for us is such a huge issue. Having adult children living with you or near you is one of my favorite graces from God. We have those long talks that you can only have with an intimate friend. It's doubly special when that friend is your son or daughter.
The Back Porch is a Kilgore legend. It’s famous for good food, a wide menu and being the entertainment destination for the residence of Kilgore. The story of the Back Porch begins for owners Vicki and Jackie Clayton in the 5th grade. Vicki is winding up for her next pitch at the Chandler Elementary soft ball game when a boy sitting on the fence catches her eye.
Keith Caudle’s lifelong love of hunting started on trips with his grandfather, A. J. Caudle, now deceased, and uncle David Caudle. It’s those days that provided the inspiration for a new phase in his life — as a craftsman of game calls, including a duck call and a new kind of turkey call for which he has applied for a patent.
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