With an exciting weekend of dance behind us, here’s another look at what folks are saying about Catalyst.
Every high school has one: the uninhibited kid who dances nonstop at every prom and party. Senior Cooper Neely was that kid at his high school in Throckmorton, population 900. Now, he is a dancing king at The University of Texas at Austin.
The University of Texas at Austin, in collaboration with Texas State University-San Marcos, is offering the inaugural Texas Musical Theatre Workshop, a three-week, pre-professional summer intensive for high school students exploring a potential career in musical theatre.
Starring UT MFA in Acting candidates Geoffrey Barnes, Jason Ko and Alexis Scott and featuring the lighting design work of associate professor Michelle Habeck with assistance from MFA in Design candidate Cheng-Wei Teng.
A report of the most recent UTNT productions by The Austin Chronicle's Robert Faires.
A student perspective from a workshop with Broadway talent, David Nathan Perlow.
“You make the stories. You make the play.”
The annual Showcase is IPAY’s premiere event in North America, dedicated to promoting the best in international performing arts for young audiences.
Playwright will receive $25,000 prize from the Educational Foundation of America (EFA)
Congratulations to the Department of Theatre and Dance productions, students, faculty, alumni and friends named as top picks of 2011 in The Austin Chronicle’s annual list of standout performances.
The Young! Tanzsommer summer dance festival is the experience of a lifetime for young dancers — an opportunity to perform in Austria at one of the most respected dance gatherings of its kind.
"As thought experiments go, 360 is fruitful and worthwhile."
What people are willing to pay — both literally and figuratively — to fulfill their desires is the subject of “360 (round dance)."
This award marks yet another recognition of the extraordinary artistic achievement and national reputation of Susan Mickey.
"The novella's nightmare world is so engrossing, you can't tear your eyes away."
Students of our demanding M.F.A. Playwriting program need look no further than to their own faculty for inspiration and prime of examples of this charge.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde runs October 28th through November 6th.
The Creative Research Award caps off a banner year for Dietz.
This program brings theatre to life through creative participation. It takes you out of the classroom and into the piazzas and streets of the breathtaking city of Florence.
Play by M.F.A. Playwriting candidate Gabriel Dean