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Holiday Entertainment Guide 2014 #18 Broadway Across America’s “Anything Goes” at the UT Bass Concert Hall

ANYTHING GOES, the 1934 musical comedy about the lovers, liars and clowns on a transatlantic cruise is “a daffy, shipshape romp!” – Variety. When the S.S. American heads out to sea, etiquette and convention head out the portholes as two unlikely pairs set off on the course to true love… proving that sometimes destiny needs … Continue reading

War Horse A Magical Night Of Theatre
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War Horse A Magical Night Of Theatre

Sheer theatrical magic! That seems to be the only way to describe Broadway in Austin’s production of War Horse, currently playing at The Bass Concert Hall through May 11. What a spectacular production to close the 2013-2014 the season! First there are the puppets, if you want to call them that. They move with such … 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

In The Heights, Does Not Reach Very High. By Olin Meadows
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In The Heights, Does Not Reach Very High. By Olin Meadows

The University of Texas Theatre and Dance Department is currently performing one of the largest landmark musical of the 2000’s. In The Heights, is an urban musical focusing on the lives of citizens living in the heights area of New York, a mainly Latino and African American area. The show written and conceived by Lin-Manuel … Continue reading

Mozart Requiem Undead! Thrilling New Musical Journey!
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Mozart Requiem Undead! Thrilling New Musical Journey!

TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS, FUSEBOX FESTIVAL, GOLDEN HORNET PROJECT, AND TEXAS CHORAL CONSORT PRESENT MOZART REQUIEM UNDEAD GRAHAM REYNOLDS AND PETER STOPSCHINSKI, ARTISTIC DIRECTORS BRENT BALDWIN MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CONDUCTOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 2014, 6:30 P.M. AT THE FRENCH LEGATION MUSEUM (802 SAN MARCOS ST.) FREE ADMISSION Less than one year before Mozart died, he received … Continue reading

Exclusive Interview with Emily Behny of Broadway Across America’s WICKED!
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Exclusive Interview with Emily Behny of Broadway Across America’s WICKED!

AEW: Being a part of what most people consider the most landmark musical of our time what sort of preconceived ideas do people have coming into the show? Emily: I think most people see WICKED having no preconceived notions at all and end up being totally surprised by the plot. Or, others think they are about to see the … Continue reading

There’s a Story To Be Told in “The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart” By Joan Baker
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There’s a Story To Be Told in “The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart” By Joan Baker

Last night was a blustery, chilly evening in Austin, but a friend and I happened upon a charming little pub that caught our fancy and warmed our hearts. It is located on the stage of the Bass Concert Hall. How can that be you ask? Well now, there’s a story to be told… To begin, … Continue reading