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Tyler King

 
Bio:
Tyler King is a freelance director and theatre administrator. Prior to his position, he served as the Artistic Director for the Wimberley Players, co-founded the theatre company Out of Context Productions and spent time working with local companies Theatre en Bloc, Doctuh Mistuh Productions, and ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Tyler King is a freelance director and theatre administrator. Prior to his position, he served as the Artistic Director for the Wimberley Players, co-founded the theatre company Out of Context Productions and spent time working with local companies Theatre en Bloc, Doctuh Mistuh Productions, and ... (read complete bio)
 

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Katie DeShan, Lisa Valenzuela, Rick Batalla, Matt Walker, Maegan McConnell, Cloie Wya Photo

Katie DeShan, Lisa Valenzuela, Rick Batalla, Matt Walker, Maegan McConnell, Cloie Wyatt Taylor, Bradford Barnes, Beth Kennedy, and Tyler King

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Rick Batalla, Lisa Valenzuela, Maegan McConnell, Cloie Wyatt Taylor, Evan Strand, Tyl Photo

Rick Batalla, Lisa Valenzuela, Maegan McConnell, Cloie Wyatt Taylor, Evan Strand, Tyler King, Suzanne Jolie Narbonne, Beth Kennedy, Katie DeShan, and Michael Sulprizio

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Rick Batalla, Lisa Valenzuela, Maegan McConnell, Cloie Wyatt Taylor, Isaac Robinson-S Photo

Rick Batalla, Lisa Valenzuela, Maegan McConnell, Cloie Wyatt Taylor, Isaac Robinson-Smith, Evan Strand, Tyler King, Suzanne Jolie Narbonne, Beth Kennedy, and Katie DeShan

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Ben McLemore, Sheila Lucas, Tyler King (), Ivan Klousia, Regan Goins Photo

Ben McLemore, Sheila Lucas, Tyler King (), Ivan Klousia, Regan Goins

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Ben McLemore, Sheila Lucas, Tyler King (), Ivan Klousia, Regan Goins, Craig Kanne Photo

Ben McLemore, Sheila Lucas, Tyler King (), Ivan Klousia, Regan Goins, Craig Kanne

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Tyler King Biography

Tyler King is a freelance director and theatre administrator. Prior to his position, he served as the Artistic Director for the Wimberley Players, co-founded the theatre company Out of Context Productions and spent time working with local companies Theatre en Bloc, Doctuh Mistuh Productions, and Summer Stock Austin. Internationally he has interned at the SOHO Theatre (London, England), and participated in the Rhodopi International Theatre Laboratory (Smolyan, Bulgaria).




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Cast and Designers Announced for THE LAND OF FORGOTTEN TOYS Photo Cast and Designers Announced for THE LAND OF FORGOTTEN TOYS
by Julie Musbach - Oct 11, 2019

A brand new holiday musical for families with teens and tweens, but enough smart humor to keep adults entertained as well, will premiere in Chicago this holiday season. THE LAND OF FORGOTTEN TOYS a?" developed by Chicago-based non-profit company CPA Theatricals and produced in collaboration with Greenhouse Theater Center a?" is a completely original 90-minute musical about a brilliant young woman just out of high school and her quest to save Christmas.

Photo Flash: Greenhouse Theater Center & On The Spot Theatre Company Present SONS AND Photo Photo Flash: Greenhouse Theater Center & On The Spot Theatre Company Present SONS AND LOVERS
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 30, 2019

The¬†Greenhouse Theater Center¬†and¬†On The Spot Theatre¬†Company¬†present the U.S. premiere of the full-length drama¬†SONS AND LOVERS, based on the novel by¬†D.H. Lawrence¬†and adapted and directed by On The Spot Artistic Director¬†Mike Brayndick.¬†SONS AND LOVERS¬†will play¬†August 29 ‚Äď September 29, 2019¬†in¬†The Greenhouse Theater Center'sUpstairs Studio,¬†2257 N. Lincoln Ave. in Chicago. Tickets are currently available at¬†greenhousetheater.org, in person at the box office or by calling (773) 404-7336.¬†

Photo Coverage: Curtain Call And New Year's Eve Celebration With The Troubies HOW THE Photo Photo Coverage: Curtain Call And New Year's Eve Celebration With The Troubies HOW THE PRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS!
by Lily Lim - Jan 5, 2018

The Troubies paid tribute to the Purple One himself as they send-up the Music of Prince while mashing it with the story of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Dr. Seuss' detestably fiendish hero the Grinch got t a makeover he won't soon forget as he transforms from Green to Purple in the Troubies' seasonal spoof!

BWW Review: TexARTS Examines the Meaning of A FEW GOOD MEN in Lakeway, TX
by Amy Bradley - Oct 14, 2016

Currently playing in Lakeway, Texas, Aaron Sorkin's original work A FEW GOOD MEN has been brought to life, as part of at TexARTS Academy's Professional Series. The average person recognizes this title based on its Oscar acclaim as a Best Picture nominee, and infamous line referencing ones inability to handle the truth. But in fact, A FEW GOOD MEN has a more subtle beginning based on a conversation Sorkin had with his sister regarding her time in Cuba, at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. Premiering in 1989, and then adapted for screen a few years later, this play highlights an unlikely scenario between young men defending their honor and country while taking a hazing ritual too far. This courtroom drama introduces the audience to the military mindset, through chants and marches, and the responsibility involved with following orders without question. While investigating what seems like a 'cut and dry' case, a high level conspiracy is uncovered with regards to two young marines being charged with murder. As the story unravels, the audience can piece together the timeline and key facts the lawyers are desperately searching for within the case. TexARTs presents this play with high brow sophistication, without alienating members who have not served in the military but might have caught an episode of Law & Order.

TexARTS Announces Cast of A FEW GOOD MEN
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2016

The TexARTS Professional Series presents the Aaron Sorkin drama, A Few Good Men at the Kam and James Morris Theatre, October 7 - 16, 2016. First produced on Broadway in 1989 and inspiring an Academy Award-nominated film of the same name, Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men tells the story of military lawyers at a court-martial who uncover a high-level conspiracy in the course of defending their clients, two United States Marines accused of murder. Based on events that took place at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in July 1986, A Few Good Men is a riveting courtroom drama that investigates both the nature of our military mentality and the Marine code of honor.

Photo Flash: First Look at TexARTS' A FEW GOOD MEN
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 28, 2016

Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men tells the story of military lawyers at a court-martial who uncover a high-level conspiracy in the course of defending their clients, two United States Marines accused of murder.

BWW Review: The Troubies and Getty Villa Throw a HAUNTED HOUSE PARTY
by Ellen Dostal - Sep 9, 2016

Troubadour Theatre Company's classless clowns of classical comedy go rogue in their latest adaptation at the Getty Villa. Taking generous liberties with the source material (Plautus's Mostellaria) they reinvent the over-2000-year-old play as HAUNTED HOUSE PARTY, A Roman Comedy in their own unique style. Yes, it's definitely 'a comedy tonight.' 

TexARTS Announces Cast of A FEW GOOD MEN
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 8, 2016

The TexARTS Professional Series presents the Aaron Sorkin drama, A Few Good Men at the Kam and James Morris Theatre, October 7 - 16, 2016. First produced on Broadway in 1989 and inspiring an Academy Award-nominated film of the same name, Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men tells the story of military lawyers at a court-martial who uncover a high-level conspiracy in the course of defending their clients, two United States Marines accused of murder. Based on events that took place at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in July 1986, A Few Good Men is a riveting courtroom drama that investigates both the nature of our military mentality and the Marine code of honor.

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Announces the Winners of the BOBBY G AWARDS
by Christina Mancuso - May 27, 2016

Denver Center for the Performing Arts announces the 2016 recipients for The Bobby G Awards, a regional awards program for The National High School Musical Theatre Awards. Charlotte Movizzoand Curtis Salinger, the 2016 Bobby G Award recipients of the Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role and Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, progress to represent Colorado atThe National High School Musical Theatre Awards. Charlotte Movizzo played Charity Hope Valentine in Ponderosa High School's production of Sweet Charity. Curtis Salinger played Emmett Forrest in Durango High School's production of Legally Blonde.

Finalists Announced for the Fourth Annual Bobby G Awards; Ceremony to Take Place, 5/26
by Christina Mancuso - May 25, 2016

Finalists for the fourth annual Bobby G Awards were released this afternoon. The awards program, which culminates in a Tony Awards-style ceremony and performance on May 26 at the Buell Theatre, celebrates outstanding achievement in high-school musical theatre in Colorado. This year the program was expanded to include 40 schools across Colorado, up from 30 the year before.