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Austin’s Filigree Theatre, Breathing Past, Present, Future in “When We Were Young & Unafraid”

by Alexis Higgins on February 21, 2019

A little more than two decades ago, women were not protected from domestic violence. Over 10 million cases of victimization were the result of intimate partner violence before 1994. Now, the Filigree Theatre, an independent...

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3 Reasons You Have to See Antony + Cleopatra

by Julie Tereshchuk on September 25, 2018

It’s a clash of titans you won’t want to miss. Here’s why we’re excited about this weekend’s costumed staged reading of Antony and Cleopatra by Austin Shakespeare. (And there will only be three performances, so...

Marching to the Tune of The Music Man

by K. L. Romo on August 10, 2018

Apple pie, summer barbeques, and parades—the epitome of classic Midwest Americana. A nostalgic comfort of the simple life in years past is what you’ll experience from the Tony Award-winning musical and film, “The Music Man,”...

Experience a Night of Enchantment | Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at ZACH Theatre

by Britni Rachal on July 18, 2018

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is bringing a magical feel to ZACH Theatre from now until the beginning of September. Perfect for all ages, ZACH’s production of the timeless fairy tale doesn’t disappoint. From extravagant...

“Holmes & Watson” at Alley Theatre: It’s Elementary

by Julie Bonnin on June 21, 2018

It’s an Alley Theatre tradition to bring light-hearted mystery fare to the stage during the summer months. In previous years, theatergoers have enjoyed Agatha Christie, last year’s hilarious Hitchcock romp, “The 39 Steps,” and this...

This Fantastical Summer Musical Takes You Into the Woods

by K. L. Romo on June 20, 2018

At some point in our lives—blowing out birthday candles, throwing pennies into a fountain, or catching dandelion fuzz—we all make wishes, just in case superstitions hold true. But as adults we also know to be...

Where Art Meets Romance: ‘Sunday in the Park with George’

by Julie Tereshchuk on May 31, 2018

In another creative production from the talented team at Austin's ZACH, Stephen Sondheim’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical is a living painting beautifully wrapped around a love story. ‘Sunday in the Park with George’ centers on the French...

Broadway’s Hamilton Hits Houston

by Bebe Brown on April 12, 2018

For those that have been inhabiting a planet other than Earth the last couple of years since “Hamilton” broke the definition of Broadway success, here’s a quick catch-up. (And be sure to scroll down for...

Back by Popular Demand: Book of Mormon Encores in Austin, April 17-22

by Britni Rachal on April 11, 2018

Described as “Heaven on Broadway” by recent critics, The Book of Mormon is set to sweep Broadway Austin once more. A limited number of shows will be performed at Bass Concert Hall. Based on two young...