Laura Bush - Texas Monthly


“DO THE FANDANGLE - Relive the Wild West at the Fort Griffin Fandangle, the oldest outdoor musical in Texas, involving a cast of about 400 locals acting out historical-fiction tale of the region’s bygone days as the war-ravaged frontier town where Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp first met. 

— New York Times

“The dictionary defines fandangle as ‘a bit of nonsense or tomfoolery’. But in Albany, Texas, Fandangle is music, dance, history, and hard work passed through three generations.

— Southern Living

“A Texas-size production crammed with cowboys, cavalry, critters, cancan girls, and much more.

— Texas Monthly

“When you come to the ‘Fort Griffin Fandangle’ you’ll find memories and merriment in abundance.

— Texas Highways

“A production that appeals to audience members of all ages. The lively singing and dancing under the West Texas night sky brings to life the settling of the American frontier and the familiar themes of family, faith, and hardship.

— Texas Highways

“The show has everything, including wagons, stagecoach, train, calliope, longhorn cattle and enough horses, mules and people to use them.

— Fort Worth Star-Telagram

“Frontier History served up with genuine earthiness, spiced by rare humor.

— Abilene Reporter-News

“The Fandangle is a professional as a multimillion dollar Broadway musical, with sets and costumes to match with a cast of 300.

— Dallas Morning News

“One thing makes Albany, Texas unique....the Fort Griffin of the most ambitious community projects in the Untied States.

— Austin American-Statesman

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