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Linda Bradshaw, Babs George; Sheila Lucas, Aly Jones

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Linda Bradshaw, Babs George, Allison Orr, Sheila Lucas, Aly Jones Photo

Linda Bradshaw, Babs George, Allison Orr, Sheila Lucas, Aly Jones

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Linda Bradshaw, Sheila Lucas, Babs George, Aly Jones Photo

Linda Bradshaw, Sheila Lucas, Babs George, Aly Jones

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Stephen Mercantel and Babs George

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02/05/2015
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Indigo Rael, Babs George, Stephen Mercantel

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Live Zoom Reading Of THE RIVALS to be Presented by Austin Shakespeare Photo Live Zoom Reading Of THE RIVALS to be Presented by Austin Shakespeare
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2021

Austin Shakespeare is presenting the hilarious comedy of manners The Rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, in an online reading at 5 pm, Sunday, May 30.

World Premiere Of Agatha Christie's THE MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR Announced At Styles | Austi Photo World Premiere Of Agatha Christie's THE MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR Announced At Styles | Austin Playhouse
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 30, 2021

Austin Playhouse announces the full cast of the World Premiere of Agatha Christie's The Mysterious Affair at Styles adapted by Producing Artistic Director Lara Toner Haddock as part of the 2020-2021 Ghostlight Season. This hybrid virtual production will run May 21 ‚Äď June 5, 2021. Tickets are on sale now.

Austin Playhouse Announces Livestream Reading of ROARING by Cyndi Williams Photo Austin Playhouse Announces Livestream Reading of ROARING by Cyndi Williams
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 25, 2021

Austin Playhouse has announced a livestream reading of Roaring from Austin award-winning playwright Cyndi Williams featuring cast members Babs George, Claire Grosso, Huck Huckaby, Molly Karrasch, and Steven Mercantel reuniting from the 2014 production.

BWW Review: COPENHAGEN Pontificates the Explosive Meeting of Atomic Minds in Austin,  Photo BWW Review: COPENHAGEN Pontificates the Explosive Meeting of Atomic Minds in Austin, TX
by Amy Tarver - Apr 26, 2019

The mission statement of Austin Playhouse is to "Provide opportunities for both Austinite performers and audiences to celebrate the human experience". COPENHAGEN, now playing at their temporary home in the ACC Highland Campus, examines a highly debated meeting between Quantum Mechanics pioneer Werner Heisenberg (played by David Stahl), and his mentor, the "Pope" of Quantum Mechanics, Niels Bohr (play by Ev Lunning Jr.). Also attended by Bohr's wife Margrethe Bohr (played by Babs George), this meeting of the minds takes place years after their first skiing vacations together, in which they collaborated to prove Albert Einstein wrong on atomic theory. The examined reunion took place in September 1941, when Heisenberg was working in Nazi Germany as part of their atomic program. Travelling to Denmark to meet with Bohr, a Danish Jew, tensions ran high as the time for the meeting came closer. Within the polarizing political climate of the time, the show displays the current debate and inherently speculative narrative of what was discussed during this visit and how it may have changed human history.

BWW Review: Tom Stoppard's INDIAN INK Shares the Humanity Behind British Imperialism  Photo BWW Review: Tom Stoppard's INDIAN INK Shares the Humanity Behind British Imperialism at The Rollins Theatre in Austin, Tx.
by Amy Tarver - Feb 22, 2019

Tom Stoppard is regarded as one of the greatest living playwrights of our day. His time spent in India in the 1940's as a boy, no doubt influenced the author's point of view in writing INDIAN INK. By modern terms, Stoppard's writing would be described as a slow burn, with a style gradually revealing plot and character as the play progresses. In INDIAN INK, the scenes travel long distances in both space and time, to reveal the heart of Flora Crewe played by Jill Blackwood. Examining the imperial British rule in early 20th century India - the clash of cultures between India and the British, display both the casualties and inspiration of such a combination. At the heart of our story Flora leaves England for a warmer climate amid advice from her doctor for her failing health. The story jumps back and forth between Flora navigating India in the early 1900's to more modern times detailing a biographer and her sister investigating the aftermath of her fascinating life. The story gently exposes itself as a subtle tale of love in many capacities. Love between sisters, scholarly love and the forbidden budding relationship between Flora and her portrait artist Nirad Das (played by Tamil Periasamy). As described of Flora throughout the show, her many affairs were fleeting, which made the building of her love for Nirad sweet, leaving the audience wanting more.

BWW Review: DOUBT: A Parable at City Theatre Austin Photo BWW Review: DOUBT: A Parable at City Theatre Austin
by Jesse Griffith - Nov 13, 2018

It has been said many times that the difference between an adequate play and a truly great play is that great plays force one to think. They stay with you, you are compelled to discuss them with your play-going companions, you reflect upon them. While DOUBT: A Parable certainly made this reviewer think - a day later and struggling to adequately review it, it continues to haunt me.

Photo Flash: The City Theatre Austin Presents DOUBT - A PARABLE Photo Photo Flash: The City Theatre Austin Presents DOUBT - A PARABLE
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 9, 2018

DOUBT: A PARABLE. John Patrick Shanley's Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning drama brings a gripping storm of suspicion and scandal where no simple truths or answers exist. Set against the backdrop of 1960s America, a turbulent time of political and social change, a progressive young priest's conduct at a Bronx Catholic school comes under question by one of the Sisters, whose beliefs are deeply rooted in a stern and unquestionable tradition.

DOUBT: A PARABLE Announces New Show Dates And Location Photo DOUBT: A PARABLE Announces New Show Dates And Location
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2018

Kicking off the 13th season, City Theatre Austin is excited to present John Patrick Shanley's critically acclaimed stage play Doubt: A Parable. Winner of the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, it is directed by guest director Rick Roemer and features Joel Gross, Brooke Culbertson, April Patterson, and Babs George as Sister Aloysius.

DOUBT: A PARABLE Announces New Show Dates And Location Photo DOUBT: A PARABLE Announces New Show Dates And Location
by Stephi Wild - Oct 11, 2018

Kicking off the 13th season, City Theatre Austin is excited to present John Patrick Shanley's critically acclaimed stage play Doubt: A Parable. Winner of the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, it is directed by guest director Rick Roemer and features Joel Gross, Brooke Culbertson, April Patterson, and Babs George as Sister Aloysius.

City Theatre Austin Presents DOUBT: A PARABLE Photo City Theatre Austin Presents DOUBT: A PARABLE
by Stephi Wild - Sep 23, 2018

Kicking off the 13th season, City Theatre Austin presents John Patrick Shanley's critically acclaimed stage play Doubt: A Parable. Winner of the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, it is directed by guest director Rick Roemer and features Joel Gross, Brooke Culbertson, April Patterson, and Babs George as Sister Aloysius.