Congratulations To The Winners Of Central Texas Excellence in Theatre Awards 2013
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Congratulations To The Winners Of Central Texas Excellence in Theatre Awards 2013

Central Texas Excellence In Theatre Awards 2013 We would like to congratulate all of the winners of the first ever Central Texas Excellence In Theatre Awards. All of the recipients of this award were selected by Online Theatre Critics,  Journalist, and Bloggers. We hope that through time this awards system will grow to include a … Continue reading

Central Texas Excellence In Theatre Awards.
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Central Texas Excellence In Theatre Awards.

After months of thought, debate and conversation, the staff and writers of Austin Entertainment Weekly with much assistance from Broadway World Austin’s Editor Jeff Davis,  are pleased to announce a new award system for the Central Texas Theatre Community. The original plan was to create a new and all inclusive theatre award that recognizes both … Continue reading

The Marquis De Sade gives us chills in Quills! By Olin Meadows
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The Marquis De Sade gives us chills in Quills! By Olin Meadows

Different Stages one of Austin’s long standing roving theatrical companies has put together a though provoking and provocative production of Doug Wright’s “Quills”. The story surrounds the Marquis De Sade, the namesake behind the word “Sadistic” and his vulgarly erotic stories that shocked and delighted the people of France in the early 1800’s. The message is a tricky one and is easily missed … Continue reading