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  1. Fillmore Pub presents: St. Patrick's Day Bash

    March 17, 2018, 3:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ McCall Plaza

    Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at The Fillmore Pub in Historic Downtown Plano. Their 11th annual St. Patrick's Day bash features live music, giveaways, party favors, drink specials and Irish food all day. McCall Plaza will be roped off and serve as a beer garden for the afternoon and evening. There will be drink specials and special tappings. The event will be family friendly until sunset. Free valet parking will be offered during the evening. McCall Plaza opens to the public at 3:00 pm. Live music begins at 4:00pm. Participating bands include: Madison King, Devil's Sooty Brother, Clinton Years, and The Rich Girls.

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  2. Brick Road Theatre presents: "The Cradle Will Rock"

    March 17, 2018, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Cox Playhouse

    The Cradle Will Rock has been called “one of the most historically significant pieces of American theater ever written,” and is the only show ever shut down by the Federal government. Composer Marc Blitzstein wrote it in a specific political and social context, but the questions it raises regarding economic power, class structure, agency, hypocrisy, and opposing forces remain as relevant today as in 1937. Rather than accusing or lecturing, this piece uses humor and 1930’s musical traditions to reveal and reflect our ongoing challenges, and is a tribute to the artists, who, in 1937, risked everything for art.

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