Tag: Long Center for the Performing Arts

Save the Date: Skyline 2015

AT&T presents SKYLINE 2015, October 22, 2015 – Martinis & Monte Carlo, a sophisticated and upscale night of fun benefiting … Read More ›

Join Canadian Brass, The World’s Most Famous Brass Group (Yes You Read That Right!) January 28

Known as “the world’s most famous brass group,” the 30-year old musical ensemble CANADIAN BRASS is headed to Dell Hall. … Read More ›

Luci Lajoie’s Hilarious Search For Her Knight in Shining HTML

“This was funny, heart-warming, and insightful look at the human quest for love in the modern day.”  – Mile High … Read More ›

Rock ‘N’ Roll (High School) is Here to Stay

School is in session and Marky Ramone is head of the class! The Alamo Drafthouse has partnered with the Long Center for … Read More ›

15 Ways to Entirely Experience Austin Art in 2015

New year, new you, right? Now, in some cases this may mean cutting back on calories, hitting the gym, and … Read More ›

Call it Pixie Dust, Fairy Tale Magic, or Old Fashioned Fun: DISNEY IN CONCERT Flies into the Long Center

‘Be Our Guest’ and experience the magic on Sunday, January 11, when the Long Center Presents Disney in Concert: Magical … Read More ›

Johnny Mathis: On Sale this Monday 12/15

Perhaps best-known for his landmark singles (three of his recordings–”Chances Are,” “It’s Not For Me To Say,” and “Misty”–have been … Read More ›

BroadwayWorld Agrees – The Long Center is the Place to Be this December with Ballet Austin’s ‘THE NUTCRACKER’

Visit, drive by, or even look at the Long Center in the weeks leading up to the holidays, and one … Read More ›

Longtime Austin Philanthropist Makes the Long Center Her Newest Endeavor

Patsy Woods Martin is a staple of the Austin non-profit community.  The longtime Long Center supporter, philanthropist and creator of the … Read More ›

Falling In Love All Over Again: An Open Letter to Cyrano de Bergerac

Austin Shakespeare’s Cyrano de Bergerac plays the Long Center November 19- December 7th in the Rollins Studio Theatre. Assistant Director … Read More ›

The Evolution of Godspell Continues, November 26- 27 at the Long Center

“Godspell” has become a timeless tradition in the theatre. It first premiered in 1970 and has been made into countless … Read More ›

Welcome to ‘long story short!’

Welcome to LONG STORY SHORT! When my colleagues and I decided the Long Center needed a blog, we wanted to … Read More ›