“What’s a diorama?” the dimwitted Ralph Wiggum once asked on “The Simpsons.”
It’s not just a shoe box with a glorified book report inside. A diorama is a piece of three-dimensional art that pretty much anyone can make. And that’s the idea behind Diorama-o-rama, a Texas Theatre fundraiser Oct. 10.
But the rest of us get to show our creative sides too.
Anyone can offer a diorama, or more than one, for the silent auction, and it’s free to enter. But you have to inform the organizers by Monday, Oct. 5. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: First and last name, email/website and cell number.
Get busy because even though this is the fourth Diorama-o-rama, it doesn’t come around very often. The last one, which raised $7,500 for Cafe Momentum, was in 2012. You don’t want to have FoMo for three years.