When Trees Fell in The Woodlands, and It Got Too Loud To Hear

Former Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion director David Gottlieb, speaking at the Town Green Park dedication of the latest bronze likeness honoring The Woodlands founder George Mitchell, presents a better suggestion for what the statue could have looked like:

. . . [We were] observing a crowd at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion during a performance of that incredible classical music group, Poison. Mr. Mitchell was standing next to me, and he studied the many [characters] and said, “For this we cut down trees and added more capacity?

Now here is my vision of that statue: He’s standing, he’s got his fingers in his ears and he’s looking up to the heavens.

Maybe for the next one? Anyway, sure looks like the one they put up is popular enough!