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A rowdy musical comedy about how Borger, Texas became the most lawless town in America. In the 1920s, wildcat oil strikes, and a sudden surge of wealth and the 18th Amendment gave rise to folk heroes, villains and lawless new townships. The most notorious of these unruly cities was the panhandle town of Borger, Texas, which director John Cecil uses as the setting for his newest musical comedy, Boomtown.



The Long Center for the Performing Arts
701 W. Riverside Dr.
Austin, TX 78704


Tickets: $14-$20
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