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STAGE TUBE: Preview TIGERS BE STILL, Now Playing at Hyde Park Theatre

Hyde Park Theatre presents the Austin Premiere of Tigers Be Still by Kim Rosenstock, directed by Ken Webster, with Jon Cook, Jay Fraley, Jessica Hughes, Molly Karrasch, and Kelsey Kling, now through August 11, 2012, Thursdays – Saturdays at 8:00 PM at Hyde Park Theatre 511 W. 43rd Street, Austin, Texas. Get a preview of the show in the video below!

In the dark and quirky new comedy Tigers Be Still, an unemployed and overwhelmed young woman's life seems to be brightening up when she's hired as a substitute art teacher and art therapist. Now if only her mother would leave her room, her depressed sister would get off the couch, her new boss would leave his gun at home, and someone would catch that tiger that escaped from the local zoo-well then, everything would be just perfect. Tigers Be Still is an angst-ridden and hilarious take on all the tigers, real and metaphorical, that prowl through modern life.

As part of a year-long celebration of two HPT 30th anniversaries-2012 is both the 30th anniversary of the venue as a theater and Artistic Director Ken Webster's 30th anniversary as an Austin director-the Friday, July 13th performance will be followed by a party, with audience members invited to stay for food and drink catered by neighborhood businesses.

Tigers Be Still is written by Kim Rosenstock and directed by Ken Webster, 2012 Critics' Table Award winner for Outstanding Direction for The Aliens. The production features Jon Cook, Jay Fraley, Jessica Hughes, Molly Karrasch, and Kelsey Kling.

Performances are Thursday –Saturdays at 8:00 PM. Tickets on Fridays and Saturdays are $19 and $17 for students, seniors, military, and members of Austin Creative Alliance. Thursdays are pay-what-you-can. Final weekend tickets are $21 and $19.

Hyde Park Theatre is located at 511 W. 43rd and tickets can be charged online at the Hyde Park Theatre website Tickets can also be reserved by calling 479-PLAY (7529).


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