Conspirare Christmas is an Austin tradition, but you may not know the community-building work Conspirare does year-round. Conspirare Christmas, the group's holiday spectacular, is coming up December 9th—take a special look at this ensemble by delving into Craig Hella Johnson's "collage" of sound, and get to know this year's special guests.
Our friends at Austin Shakespeare embark on their next seasonal production with Shakespeare's comedy As You Like It, but with some characteristic Austin flair. Read on to find out about this singer-songwriter twist, and make sure you make it to one of the 12 performances beginning Friday, November 22.
Pollyanna’s newest production, THE TEXAS CHILI QUEENS, by Kathleen Fletcher, takes a look at some of our state’s first business women and their struggles to provide for their families and their attempts to build businesses that they could pass down to their daughters. The play, which will be presented in the Rollins Studio Theatre at The Long Center November 9 – 17, 2019, is a tasty journey into the past that has many implications for our present.
estry Dance Company opens their 19-20 season with a revival—because who doesn't love a revival? Austintatious, Too celebrates Austin in the way that only Tapestry can. With tap. We checked in with Acia Gray for the scoop on this piece, and she shared a little bit of Austin Chronicle history with us.
A family-friendly version of the epic poem opens Austin Shakespeare's 2019-2020 season. Join them for an evening performance October 10 & 11 in the Rollins Studio Theatre. And now, it's time to meet the players!
Join us for an all new season of free community events and summer fun.
Without further ado, we give you the full list of nominees for this year’s Greater Austin High School Musical Theatre Awards! Congrats to all!
“Looking In” — Chronicling life left behind after Chernobyl in Berlin's ‘Zvizdal,’ with Fusebox & Yves Degryse
The Antwerp-based duo Yves Degryse and Bart Baele founded BERLIN in 2003, together with Caroline Rochlitz. Their first series of multimedia performances, called “Holocenes,” include Jerusalem (2003), Iqaluit (2005), Bonanza (2006), Moscow (2009), and Zvizdal [Chernobyl – so far so close] (2016), headed to our black box theatre February 8-10.
It’s Nutcracker season once again and, as Austin knows, that means it’s Ballet season. But add a touch of swing and jive to the classic story of Clara & her Nutcracker, and you’ve got Tapestry’s 10-season celebration of local artists and the traditional tale with Of Mice & Music – A Jazz Tap Nutcracker, running December 13 – 23 in Rollins Studio Theatre.
Fall has finally arrived, and with that means the first of Austin Shakespeare’s two productions in our Rollins Studio Theatre, this season. Opening November 16th is Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Tennessee Williams’ iconic, steamy masterpiece that won him a Pulitzer Prize.