Declared by Broadway World as a "near perfect musical treat," The Drowsy Chaperone is a "heart warming delight that...will make you forget the world outside and entertain you in high style."
Sanchez, associate professor and head of the M.F.A. in Directing program, will partner with the Intiman Theatre to bring inclusive and diverse stories to the stage in the upcoming season.
We sat down with Nick Mayo, a Central Texas native and the director of The Drowsy Chaperone, to discuss his life, career and the process of bringing this five-time Tony Award-winning musical to life on the stage.
Throughout the fall semester, Texas Performing Arts scenic studio supervisor, J.E. Johnson and scenic artist, Karen Maness, along with a team of students, have been developing the raptors of Lucy Prebble's ENRON, coming to the stage this spring.