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Comedian to perform in Austin
November 19, 2010
With final exams beginning to loom over us, many students may benefit from a break and a night of laughter. Comedian John Oliver’s performance this weekend may help.
Burlesque troupe to host festival
November 18, 2010
Seven girls, all different shapes and sizes, each donning a silky robe and high heels, strut around the room. They slowly bend over with their legs extended and toes pointed and glide their hands up their legs and flash a little thigh while playfully batting their eyelashes. As they continue dancing, the room is suddenly filled with sequined bras and scantily clad thighs, all shimmying in unison.
Actors prepare for student produced, boxing-based play
November 11, 2010
On one side of the boxing ring is Dani Perez, waiting to tap gloves with her opponent James, who waits anxiously on the opposing side, each hoping for the final knockout. They are about to fight in one of the biggest matches of their lives so far, and audience members at the premiere of the new UT production “Fight” will be there to watch as they duke it out on stage.
Global comedians push boundaries
September 3, 2010
This Labor Day weekend, seven stages across Austin will be filled with comedians from around the world as the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival presents its ninth year in action.
Dahls book re-imagined by students as stage play
September 2, 2010
Mute characters will manipulate the world around a young woman as she falls in and out of love in “The Man With the Dancing Eyes.”
Vocals, plot stand out in musical
August 27, 2010
The stunning vocals in “Jersey Boys” coupled with a touching story of brotherhood within showbiz make the Tony Award-winning musical a treat for Austin audiences.
Show focuses on self-awareness
August 27, 2010
Sometimes we take charge of our lives and sometimes we only watch them go by. “I Witness,” a new dance production by Tutto Theatre Company, explores the contradictions between being a participant in your life and only being a witness to it.
UT dancers explore unique realms
April 23, 2010
As the curtain opens and the lights come up, a group of dancers pays tribute to the sun, tap dances to techno music and gets funky to a Gregorian hymn. They dance to illustrate their unique stories of addiction, remembrance and joy.