Entitled Steven Dietz: Four Plays for Family Audiences, the collection highlights four diverse works, including The Rememberer, Still Life with Iris, Honus & Me, and Jackie & Me.
Theatre and Dance graduate Tommy Tune (B.F.A. '61) will receive special recognition at this year's Tony Awards for achievement in theatre.
The award is granted to deserving faculty members actively engaged in the instruction of freshmen undergraduates.
Lisa D'Amour's (M.F.A. '96) Airline Highway and Milton highlight facets of American life and present on Broadway and across the country, including performances in the "Miltons."
The biennial event will showcase 38 original, student-produced works in five days on the university campus.
Collaboration provides the university the opportunity to extend the national conversation about theatre history.
George Brant's (M.F.A. 2008) play will show at the Public Theater featuring Academy Award winner Anne Hathaway and Tony Award winner Julie Taymor.
UT Theatre students cross borders with the acclaimed artists of The Moving Company in Refugia.
Alumnus and Tony Award winning playwright Robert Schenkkan is among those who will receive the distinguished honor from the Texas Cultural Trust on February 25.
Eva Suter's original new work "Hold Me Well" was showcased at UTNT (UT New Theatre) this past week. Her striking piece was inspired by the transformative magic of theatre and works of science and science fiction.
The opera opens November 8 at the Long Center for the Performing Arts.
Highlights include choreography by Christian Von Howard, Charles O. Anderson, Ellen Bartel and Andrea Beckham.
Alumni Andrew Hinderaker (M.F.A. '13) and Will Davis (M.F.A. '13) discuss "Colossal;" Hinderaker's smash play created while at UT Austin
Alumnus Robert Schenkkan's play "The Great Society" is the sequel to his 2014 Tony Award-winning play "All the Way."
Kirk Lynn and Allison Lowery are recognized for their scholarly and creative works by the University Co-op..
Alumnus Hy Hetherington (B.F.A. 1996) was a proud recipient of an endowed presidential scholarship while training in the Department of Theatre and Dance. Recently, Hetherington and his wife Amy made a gift to establish the Hy and Amy Hetherington Endowed Presidential Scholarship.
Nominees include the Department of Theatre and Dance, its students, faculty, alumni, and friends.
The Department of Theatre and Dance presents the beloved children’s story Esperanza Rising, October 3-12 at the B. Iden Payne Theatre.
Rude Mechs’ The Method Gun comes to the Oscar G. Brockett Theatre, September 10-14
First presented in the 2013 Cohen New Works Festival, Colossal will be produced at four theatres in 2014-2015.