Productions from 4/03 to 4/10

Feb. 29 - May. 02
Sat
Austin
Liz and Ladybird by Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum

Liz and Ladybird
by Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum

In October of 1964, the Deep South was fiercely set against re-electing President Lyndon Johnson, due to passage of the Civil Rights Act. The LBJ ...

Mar. 06 - Apr. 25
F-Sat
New Braunfels
Extra Ranch by Sylver Spoon Dinner Theatre

Extra Ranch
by Sylver Spoon Dinner Theatre

This original piece will portray a day in the life of a server. The good, the bad, and the ugly.

Mar. 27 - Apr. 05
 
Somewhere
Saint Joan by Lighthouse Theatre

Saint Joan
by Lighthouse Theatre

Saint Joan is a play by George Bernard Shaw about 15th-century French military figure Joan of Arc. Premiering in 1923, three years after her canonization by the Roman Catholic Church, the ...

Mar. 29 - Apr. 05
Sun
Austin
Disorder by Penfold Theatre Company

Disorder
by Penfold Theatre Company

Penfold Theatre presents Natalie Blackman's Disorder at Ground Floor Theatre March 29 and April 5, 2020.

When Natalie’s dad suffered a psychotic break, he ...

Mar. 31 - Apr. 05
T-Sun
San Marcos
This Is Modern Art by Texas State University

This Is Modern Art
by Texas State University

Directed by Will Lewis.

Apr. 02 - Apr. 05
Th-Sun
Austin
Mexico (expropriated) by University of Texas Theatre & Dance

Mexico (expropriated)
by University of Texas Theatre & Dance

Latinx Theatre Initiative at UT Austin presents: México (expropriated) by Jessica L. Peña Torres and the Ensemble. With music by James Parker.

Heavy zapateado, burlesque ...

Apr. 03 - Apr. 11
Th-Sun
Wimberley
Blood Brothers by Emily Ann Theatre

Blood Brothers
by Emily Ann Theatre

Blood Brothers is at first a heart-warming story of Mickey and Edward, two fraternal twin brothers separated at birth, only to be brought together again ...

Apr. 03 - Apr. 26
Th-Sun
Round Rock
Sam Bass Community Theatre

Gin Game
by Sam Bass Community Theatre

Directed by Rhonda Roe. 

Apr. 03 - Apr. 26
Th-Sun
Round Rock
The Glass Menagerie by Sam Bass Community Theatre

The Glass Menagerie
by Sam Bass Community Theatre

Amanda Wingfield is a faded remnant of Southern gentility who now lives in a dingy St. Louis apartment with her son, Tom, and her daughter ...