Imagine That
by Texas State University

Oct. 11 - Oct. 14, 2018

Texas State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents the premiere ofImagine That written by Audrey Webb. The show is under the direction of graduate student, Alex Rodriguez. The production opens October 11 and runs until October 14 in the PSH Foundation Studio Theatre.


Imagine That tells the story of Doug and Bernice, who have a reptilian problem. An alligator is living under their double-wide and that means someone is going to die. If it’s Doug, will he get a refund on his lifetime membership to the Optimist Club? If it’s Bernice, who will complete her 3,000-piece jigsaw puzzle? Just how threatening is their reptilian roommate? 

Imagine That features faculty member Neil Patrick Stewart as Doug, Matt Welborn as Bernice, and Peter Ong’olo as Alligator. 

Photo by Jessica Graham: Neil Patrick Stewart, Peter Ong'olo, Matt Welborn. 






Parking:           Special Event Parking for all fine arts events occurring is now only available in the Edward Gary Street Garage, 405 N. Edward Gary Street. The garage is located on the corner of University Drive and Edward Gary Street for a flat fee of $5 per event. Please Note: The garage attendant will only be accepting cash. Credit/debit card transactions will not be accepted for special event parking.

Poster photo  of Neil Patrick Stewart, Peter Ong’olo, Matt Welborn by Jessica Graham




Imagine That
by Audrey Webb
Texas State University

October 11 - October 14, 2018
PSH Foundation studio theatre, Texas State University
430 Moon Street
Theatre Department Building
San Marcos, TX, 78666

The opening night for Imagine That will be Thursday, October 11 at 7:30 p.m., and runs through Sunday’s matinee performance at 2 p.m. on October 14.

All performances will be in the PSH Foundation Theatre. Individual tickets start at $13 for adults and $8 for students and may be purchased by phone at 512-245-6500 or online at


Cost:                Tuesday – Thursday: $13 adults, $8 students;

                        Friday - Sunday at 2:00 p.m.: $18 adults, $8 students