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Penfold Theatre Company Announces Cast For THEATRE GUILD ON AIR Photo Penfold Theatre Company Announces Cast For THEATRE GUILD ON AIR
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 19, 2021

Penfold Theatre Company in partnership with the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas announce the cast for Theatre Guild on Air running September 5 – October 3, 2021, at the Neill-Cochran House Museum.

Shrewd Productions Presents JUMP Photo Shrewd Productions Presents JUMP
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 20, 2019

In the whimsically theatrical world of Jump, lights flicker, hearts heal, and a young woman finds solace on a bridge. At once heartbreaking, hilarious, and hopeful, Jump is about the connections we share - with family, with friends, with strangers - the connections that bind us together, and lead us into the unknown.

ONCE THERE WERE SIX SEASONS Returns As Interactive Experience Photo ONCE THERE WERE SIX SEASONS Returns As Interactive Experience
by Julie Musbach - Apr 15, 2019

Lucha Libre wrestlers, miniature puppets and packing peanut snowstorms all collide in our new, interactive experience!

THE AUSTIN PUPPET INCIDENT Comes to The Dougherty Arts Theater Photo THE AUSTIN PUPPET INCIDENT Comes to The Dougherty Arts Theater
by BWW News Desk - Dec 7, 2018

The Austin Puppet Incident, presented Today, December 7th and Saturday, December 8th at 8pm at The Dougherty Arts Theater, 1110 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704, features local and national puppet artists performing short, original puppet works for ADULT audiences. Funny, sweet, deep, enchanting: it's all here. Co-presented by Glass Half Full Theatre and Trouble Puppet Theater Company in coordination with The Dougherty Arts Center, and funded in part by The Puppet Slam Network, The Austin Puppet Incident is an annual event since 2009. Tickets for this event are $15.

THE AUSTIN PUPPET INCIDENT Comes to The Dougherty Arts Theater Photo THE AUSTIN PUPPET INCIDENT Comes to The Dougherty Arts Theater
by Stephi Wild - Nov 29, 2018

The Austin Puppet Incident, presented Friday, December 7th and Saturday, December 8th at 8pm at The Dougherty Arts Theater, 1110 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704, features local and national puppet artists performing short, original puppet works for ADULT audiences. Funny, sweet, deep, enchanting: it's all here. Co-presented by Glass Half Full Theatre and Trouble Puppet Theater Company in coordination with The Dougherty Arts Center, and funded in part by The Puppet Slam Network, The Austin Puppet Incident is an annual event since 2009. Tickets for this event are $15.

Shrewd Presents THE MADRES, An NNPN Rolling World Premiere Photo Shrewd Presents THE MADRES, An NNPN Rolling World Premiere
by Stephi Wild - Aug 8, 2018

It's 1978 in Buenos Aires and people are disappearing right off the street. What would you do? Look away? Or march against the oppression? As a divisive government turns neighbor against neighbor, Carolina risks everything to search for her pregnant daughter, Belen. While Carolina marches, her mother receives a surprise visit from someone who may hold the key to finding her. Together, they come up with a plan to bring Belen and her unborn child home. Will it work? Will they save her? Will they save themselves?

BWW Review: POLLY MERMAID: APOCALYPSE WOW! Invites Austinites to the Depths of Plasti Photo BWW Review: POLLY MERMAID: APOCALYPSE WOW! Invites Austinites to the Depths of Plastic Destruction in East Austin, TX.
by Amy Tarver - Jun 3, 2018

The Glass Half Full Theatre at The Vortex in East Austin, is currently an ocean chock full of plastic. In a special event for World Oceans Day on June 8th, POLLY MERMAID: APOCALYPSE WOW! examines how humans create and use plastic in a destructive way. These plastic items humanity continues to use fleetingly and toss into the nearest bin, make a bigger impact on our planet each day. At the heart of this story is Polly Mermaid herself (played by Indigo Rael), a mermaid comprised of plastic with her loyal friends in tow. With plastic lids replacing schools of fish and disposable bags covering her underwater throne, the depths of the sea resembles a landfill. Transcending space, time and terrain, we meet Dr. Deborah (play by Katy Taylor) as a crazed scientist, zapping objects in her lab transporting the 'trash' to an unknown place. After multiple calculations and tests, the mad scientist turns her experiments on herself, sending her on a path of self-discovery and global realization. Dr. Deborah lands in Polly's lagoon, surrounded by plastic both from her lab and the world at large. After seeing the styrofoam creatures and flip-flop fishes, the Doctor quickly realizes the toll humanity's plastic use has taken on the ocean floor. Realizing the future is dim, the Doctor vows to change things based on her discovery, but with ex-lovers and big business in the way, the outcome is mirrored to reflect what today's environmentalists face - overwhelming odds.

BWW Review: PERFECT MENDACITY a Dark Delight
by Frank Benge - Apr 10, 2017

It's the rare person who has never told a lie. Who hasn't pondered whether you could train yourself to beat a lie detector? What situation would bring you to lie? Would you lie if saving yourself or your loved one was at stake? Is it possible to craft a perfect lie? In Jason Wells' PERFECT MENDACITY the playwright investigates the realities surrounding deception when a corporate scientist tries to avoid implication after a sensitive memo has been leaked. He has engaged a professional to help him escape implication during his lie detector investigation. Wells' tale of corporate espionage, lies and cover ups, where the past comes back to haunt you as your personal and professional lives collide is darkly funny in all the best ways.

BWW Review: JOHN Is A Dark Comedic Gem
by Frank Benge - Mar 13, 2017

JOHN, a new play by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Annie Baker, is now receiving a Southwest Premiere production at Hyde Park Theatre, under the direction of Ken Webster. The production is so exceptional on so many multiple levels that I am likely to wear out my thesaurus. This is not the first play by Baker that Hyde Park Theatre has produced. Earlier this season, they presented The Flick, and they have, in the past, produced Circle Mirror Transformation, The Aliens and Body Awareness. Webster clearly has an affinity for her work and Austin is all the richer for it.

Glass Half Full Theatre Presents DON QUIXOTE DE LAREDO
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2017

The ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote unleashes his superhero locura upon the borderlands in this original stage production mixing puppets and human actors.