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Renaissance Fututa, Choreography by Gesel Mason, Fall For Dance; Photo: Lawrence Peart (2019)

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Details about upcoming Texas Theatre and Dance performances and the 2020/2021 Season can be found here.

Information, Updates and News from The University of Texas at Austin related to COVID-19 are available here.  

Texas Theatre and Dance is pleased to present a truly unique 2020/2021 Season to meet these exceptional and unprecedented times. Our 2020/2021 Season continues with our Spring 2021 programming, featuring a reimagination of self and self-identity through movement, a unique look back at 2020 through interviews with front-line workers and an exploration of brownness, metamorphosis and revolution through innovative dance-theatre, as well as five all-new works as a part of UTNT (UT New Theatre), Part Two. This spring also features the return of the biennial Cohen New Works Festival, presented virtually for the first time and featuring over 30 new works. 

Information about ticketing, performance times, streaming and on-demand performances will be made available throughout the spring.

Above all, we are committed to the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and audiences. Due to the uncertain nature of our current times, all performances dates, times and presentation details may be subject to change. 


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UTNT (UT New Theatre): Fall the House (ON-DEMAND)

Apr 11 – 24, 2021

Everyone at the Atreus Housing Project is anticipating the long-rumored return of GHOST. When he does arrive, it sets off a persistently fatal chain of events. His wife NESSA is suspicious of him, his daughter ALEXUS could care less about him, a kid in the neighborhood, OLLIE, worships him and the girl with kerosene gas dripping from her hands KARA is just wandering trying to find her place in it all. And where in the hell is his son BISHOP anyway? If only they could ask that fake-ass psychic, PIANO MAN. The FURIES watch this all, withholding their verdict on the violence for as long as they see fit. A liberal homage to Aeschylus's Oresteia

$5.00; pay-what-you-can

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UTNT (UT New Theatre): OCD

Apr 23 – 24, 2021

How do you love someone who isn't you without ruining your own life? OCD is a dark comedy about impossible sibling connections, mental illness and a desire to have a room of one's own in a world where boundaries between the notion of love and sacrifice are not always clear. After her brother’s accident, an older sister gets hallucinations of her brother falling from an iceberg in Antarctica – a place she believes used to trigger her brother’s OCD. She then visits the doctor who used to treat her brother, claiming that she has OCD.

$5.00; pay-what-you-can

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