Skip to main content Skip to footer site map
THE GULF By Audrey Cefaly To Open This Week At Hyde Park Theatre

THE GULF By Audrey Cefaly To Open This Week At Hyde Park Theatre

THE GULF is directed by Carlo Lorenzo Garcia, and features: Natalie D. Garcia and Kelsey Mazak.

Street Corner Arts will present the Austin Premiere of THE GULF by Audrey Cefaly, opening at Hyde Park Theatre on December 2nd, 2022!

About the show:

Lammy Award-Winning Southern Drama. The divide between Kendra and Betty mimics the very world that devours them: a vast and polarizing abyss. On a quiet summer evening, somewhere down in the Alabama Delta, Kendra and Betty troll the flats looking for red fish. After Betty begins diagnosing Kendra's dead-end life with career picks from What Color is Your Parachute, their routine fishing excursion takes a turn.

Performance Details:

Where: Hyde Park Theatre, 511 W 43rd St, Austin, TX 78751

When: December 2nd thru December 17th at 8:00 PM

Opening Night is Friday, December 2nd at 8:00PM

Regular Performances will be Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8:00PM

Tickets: $25 General Admission

Tickets on sale now at TicketWeb: http://bit.ly/scawebsite

Safety Measures: Masks required during the performance. Proof of Vaccination or Negative Covid test with 72 hours of the performance required for entry.

Website: http://www.streetcornerarts.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/streetcornerarts

THE GULF is directed by Carlo Lorenzo Garcia, and features: Natalie D. Garcia and Kelsey Mazak. The production team is rounded out by Shelby Gebhart (Lighting Design), Will Gibson Douglas (Stage Management), Carlo Lorenzo Garcia (Set Design, Sound Design, Technical Direction), Natalie D. Garcia (Costume Design), Rommel Sulit (Props).

About the Playwright:

Audrey Cefaly is an alumna of the Playwrights' Arena cohort at Arena Stage, a recipient of the Walter E. Dakin Fellowship from the Sewanee Writers Conference, and a Dramatist Guild Foundation Traveling Master. She is published by Concord Theatricals, Smith & Kraus, and Applause Books. Cefaly's plays have been produced by Cincinnati Playhouse, Florida Studio, Florida Rep, City Theatre, Penobscot Theatre, Gulfshore Playhouse, Merrimack Rep, Signature Theatre, Barter Theatre, Vermont Stage, Oregon Contemporary Theatre, 16th Street Theater, Capital Stage, About Face, Kitchen Dog Theatre, Circle Theatre, Theatre Three, Aurora Theatre, Quotidian Theatre Company and University of Alabama at Birmingham. ​Her play Alabaster received an 11-city Rolling World Premiere, the largest in National New Play Network history.

About the Director:


Carlo Lorenzo Garcia is an actor/director/writer/designer who previously performed with Street Corner Arts in POCATELLO & JUNK and directed THE BUTCHER OF BARABOO, winner of 6 B. Iden Payne Awards. Most recently, he wrote and performed in STRANGE, BUT PERFECT, winner of 2 B. Iden Payne Awards. In Chicago, he served as Producing Director for Mary-Arrchie Theatre from 2008-2016. Carlo directed the highly acclaimed RED LIGHT WINTER (4 Jeff Award Nominations & 1 Jeff Award Win), OUR BAD MAGNET (2 Jeff Award Nominations), and AMERICAN BUFFALO (1 Jeff Award Nomination), among others. Additional writing credits include RICHARD III with Wayward Productions in Chicago, he also co-wrote the web-series UNDER COVERS, and tv pilots: COWL GIRL and THE LEGACY. | www.carlogarcia.com



Review: FIRE IN DREAMLAND at Filigree Theatre Photo
What did our critic think of FIRE IN DREAMLAND at Filigree Theatre?

Review: DAT and ZACHs RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEINS CINDERELLA Charms and Delights Photo
If you can’t handle two hours of innocence and joy, you might need to skip this one. As for the rest of us, go bathe in the delicious happiness of this sincere and endearing production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA.

Tickets On Sale Friday For Harper Lees TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Bass Concert Hall Photo
Tickets for the history-making production of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird will go on sale Friday, Feb. 3 at 10 a.m.  The Austin premiere will play Bass Concert Hall May 9-14 as part of the Texas Performing Arts Broadway in Austin 2022-2023 Season. 

NOISES OFF Added to ZACH Theatre 2022-2023 Season Photo
ZACH Theatre has announced Noises Off as the previously unannounced summer production. Rescheduled from the 2021-22 season, this final 2022-2023 season offering will play June 14 – July 9 at The Topfer at ZACH under the direction of Producing Artistic Director, Dave Steakley.


More Hot Stories For You


Tickets On Sale Friday For Harper Lee's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Bass Concert HallTickets On Sale Friday For Harper Lee's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Bass Concert Hall
February 1, 2023

Tickets for the history-making production of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird will go on sale Friday, Feb. 3 at 10 a.m.  The Austin premiere will play Bass Concert Hall May 9-14 as part of the Texas Performing Arts Broadway in Austin 2022-2023 Season. 

NOISES OFF Added to ZACH Theatre 2022-2023 SeasonNOISES OFF Added to ZACH Theatre 2022-2023 Season
January 31, 2023

ZACH Theatre has announced Noises Off as the previously unannounced summer production. Rescheduled from the 2021-22 season, this final 2022-2023 season offering will play June 14 – July 9 at The Topfer at ZACH under the direction of Producing Artistic Director, Dave Steakley.

Photos: First Look at Sandra Mae Frank & More in ASL & Spoken English Production of CINDERELLAPhotos: First Look at Sandra Mae Frank & More in ASL & Spoken English Production of CINDERELLA
January 30, 2023

Get a first look at photos of ZACH Theatre & Deaf Austin Theatre's production of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, playing in The Topfer at ZACH, through March 5, 2023. 

Side Door to Host Annual Band Showcase And 'How To Tour Without Going Broke' Panel At SXSW 2023Side Door to Host Annual Band Showcase And 'How To Tour Without Going Broke' Panel At SXSW 2023
January 30, 2023

Side Door, the platform giving agency to artists and turning any space into a music venue, has announced its panel for South By Southwest 2023 called 'How To Tour Without Going Broke' and artist showcase for the second year in a row.

Austin Shakespeare Presents Tom Stoppard's THE REAL THINGAustin Shakespeare Presents Tom Stoppard's THE REAL THING
January 27, 2023

Austin Shakespeare presents the brilliant Tom Stoppard's modern romance shot through with sharp comedy, The Real Thing, at the Long Center's intimate Rollins Theatre February 17-March 5, 2023.