Emmett Hook Center Presents: Foxfire


Annie Nations, an indomitable Appalachian widow of 79, lives on her mountain farm with the acerbic ghost of her husband Hector. Her tranquility is threatened by a brash real estate developer who wants to turn her land into a vacation resort and by concern over her son, Dillard, a country singer who has come home with two stranded children because his wife has run away. Annie’s battle to decide her future takes her through some funny, touching and magical flashbacks of her life with Hector. The show begins on September 19th. Call the box office at 429-6885 or visit emmetthookcenter.org to purchase your tickets today!

Texas Street Arts Festival


The 2014 Season of the Texas Street Arts Series features three exciting artists, performing in our state-of-the-art performance hall, the Emmett Hook Center, on the campus of First Methodist Church in Shreveport.

Asiya Krepanova, award-winning Russian pianist, and 2012 Wideman Piano Competition gold medalist, was an acclaimed performer with the Shreveport Symphony in November. She brings her mesmerizing talent to our stage on Sunday, March 2nd.

John-Henry Crawford is a Shreveport native and a rising star in the cello world. Accompanied by pianist Michelle Cann, Crawford will perform on Friday, March 21st.

Soprano Brenda Wimberly is a Shreveport native with a global career that’s seen her performing to wide acclaim across Europe. Recently returned to Shreveport, Wimberly, accompanied by First Shreveport’s E. Ray Peebles, will present a program that runs the gamut from sacred music and grand opera to Broadway classics, on Palm Sunday, April 13th.

All Texas Street Arts Festival concerts are free and open to the general public.