Zach Theatre Goes All The Way, With “All The Way” By Joan Baker
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Zach Theatre Goes All The Way, With “All The Way” By Joan Baker

Retelling a familiar story in a compelling way is often the combination of circumstances, talent, vision and other factors that often remain elusive and indefinable. Zach Theatre”s current production of ALL THE WAY by playwright Robert Schenkkan and directed by Dave Steakley is the coming together of all these factors to create something akin to … Continue reading

Austin City Directors Series Spotlight On Andy Berkovsky of City Theatre
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Austin City Directors Series Spotlight On Andy Berkovsky of City Theatre

AEW:  Can you give us a brief history of City theatre? Andy B:The City Theatre performance venue and The City Theatre Company were created and founded in October, 2006. I was teaching at the time and a former student and I were always discussing the possibility of creating a theatre company somewhere in Texas. We … Continue reading

Shrek Comes To Georgetown! By Laura Jordan
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Shrek Comes To Georgetown! By Laura Jordan

Shrek Comes to Georgetown Shrek, playing at the Palace Theatre in downtown Georgetown is just as funny as the movie and it includes all the adult humor, farting and burping you can handle.  If you’ll recall the movie, Shrek (Scott Shipman) is about a giant swamp ogre who makes a deal with the local aristocrat … Continue reading

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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

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Holiday Entertainment Guide 2014 #19 Holiday Heroes at Zach Theatre

ZACH’s Family Series presents Holiday Heroes, guaranteed to delight families and children ages three and up. The popular and hilariously fun holiday sing-along show created by Shaun Wainwright-Branigan and Jerome Schoolar is in its 16th year! Our heroes, Ernie and Rufus are ready for the holidays when too much fun causes a raucous mix up … Continue reading

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Holiday Entertainment Guide 2014 #20 Penfold Theatre’s A Miracle on 34th Street

A Miracle on 34th Street Classic Radiocast Written and directed by Nathan Jerkins Featuring Sarah Marie Curry, Brock England, Joe Hartman, Julie Linnard and Dirk Van Allen At Old Settler’s Hall A new reason to believe. The players at the fictional KPNF radio station return to put their stamp on a brand new holiday classic – … Continue reading

It’s Santa Clause! A Review of Penfold Theatre’s A Miracle on 34th Street by Patrick McElhinney
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It’s Santa Clause! A Review of Penfold Theatre’s A Miracle on 34th Street by Patrick McElhinney

Delightful.  Charming.  Amusing.  Imaginative.  Clever.  Just Plain Fun. Those are just a few of the descriptors appropriate for the Penfold Theatre Company’s production of  A Miracle on 34th Street Classic Radiocast.  Director Nathan Jenkins, the company’s associate artistic director, has adapted the script of the familiar and beloved 1947 motion picture into a fast-paced 1940’s … Continue reading