With Theaters Closed, Austin Thespians Embrace Audio Dramas, Drive-through Musicals, and Plays by Mail
The city’s resourceful artists are connecting with audiences everywhere but on stage.
The Christmas classic is the ballet world’s biggest annual event (and a major moneymaker), so dancers and administrators have gotten creative.
Activists have always used the Bard’s work to make social statements. Jenni Stewart's new play explores that history through a feminist lens.
After Their Semester Was Cut Short, a University of Texas Class Worked to Stage a Shakespeare Production Over Zoom
Students in the beloved Shakespeare at Winedale course got creative with online theater, overcoming grainy visuals and bad Wi-Fi.
Some of Fusebox Festival’s most poignant moments came when performers stopped trying to put on a show, and instead simply bared their souls about the present predicament.
The visionary playwright, who grew up in South Texas, passed away this week from coronavirus-related complications.
The second annual celebration of theater, comedy, and dance displayed the many dimensions of Latinidad.
Artistic director Rob Melrose ushers in a new era for the storied institution with the upcoming fall season, from Shakespeare to Octavio Solis.
A Texas A&M Kingsville Professor Dressed As a Cockroach at a Corpus Christi City Council Meeting to Protest Palm Trees
That’s one way to approach the issue.
The show, playing in Dallas May 24 through 26, explores how people communicate with emergent technologies.
The Intergalactic Nemesis, a nationally acclaimed "live-action graphic novel" show, appeared on Conan, with the talk show host playing the lead.
The founders of the Alamo Drafthouse chat about how the indie movie theater got its start.
There’s nothing civil about the debate over The Civil War. Since the announcement in August that the musical re-creation of the War of Northern Aggression was Broadway bound next spring, critics have directed more than a few rebel yells at Houston’s Alley Theatre, where the production originated. As was the
I enrolled at the University of Texas in 1950 during a post-war period that produced many talented individuals. Harvey Schmidt, Tom Jones, Liz Smith, Robert Benton, Pat Hingle, Word Baker, Kathryn Grant (later Mrs. Bing Crosby), and I all graduated with degrees in drama. We did lots of dance concerts