Mar. 2, 2018
In addition to Texas Theatre and Dance's production of Lucy Prebble's ENRON, we are pleased to present a series of discussions and workshops surrounding the topics of capitalism, identity, gender and performance in an effort to better understand the controversy of the Enron scandal.
Mar. 28 ‑ Apr. 8, 2018
Under the direction of Charles O. Anderson and Andrea Beckham, Transcendence is a celebration of the illustrious career of Dr. Yacov Sharir. The founder of the American Deaf Dance Company and Sharir Dance Company, Dr. Sharir's research and choreography features virtual environments and computerized movement. Transcendence marks the inaugural year of the Haruka Weiser Commission, which supports the creation and performance of a new work in celebration of the life and art of Haruka Weiser.
Apr. 12 ‑ 22, 2018
UTNT (UT New Theatre) presents newly developed works from playwrights of Texas Theatre and Dance and Michener Center for Writers. Now in its eleventh season, this showcase exists as an incubator for new work, with many continuing on to be professionally produced across the country.
Apr. 13 ‑ 21, 2018
Nights before Darla's 21st birthday, she is told of The Belleford women's great power that she will inherit. Darla's girlfriend is a tad angry with her. Oh, and the family cat, Winston, has started talking. While studying her induction into the family coven, Sherry, Darla's grandmother, falls sick. Darla must negotiate her family's legacy, her power and the love of her life...all before she's able to drink.
Apr. 14 ‑ 22, 2018
Leah's got writer's block, Amber's got ambition, Jake's got it all. Leah and Jake were once up-and-coming hot-shots poets, now Leah's working admin as Jake's career skyrockets and slugs are eating the foundation of their house. When fresh-faced Amber shows up, it's only a matter of time before things get sticky. A play about threesomes, poetry and the failure to communicate.
Apr. 23 ‑ 24, 2018
After three years of rigorous training in Austin, our actors have spent this past semester in Los Angeles studying with Howard Fine and Michael D. Cohen and engaging with a number of industry professionals. Presented at The Zephyr Theatre in Los Angeles, California.