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Review: The de-choreographed body: Works by Deborah Hay

Feb 6   |  Sightlines

The U.S. premiere of Horse, the solos with the Cullberg Dance Company and a rare performance of a lifelong work Hay calls my choreographed body . . . revisited, were part of a one-day celebration of her work at Texas Performing Arts on Jan 28.

Five big concerts coming soon to Austin

Feb 6   |  Austin American-Statesman

Barenaked Ladies, makers of 1990s tunes like One Week, will bring their Last Summer on Earth 2023 North American Tour to Bass Concert Hall on June 26. Semisonic and Del Amitri will open.

True crime podcast host Ashley Flowers bringing tour to Austin

Feb 2   |  KVUE

Best known for her weekly true-crime podcast, "Crime Junkie," podcast host and author Ashley Flowers is hitting the road and bringing her new podcast, "The Deck," on tour for live shows. The tour will make a stop in Austin on Feb. 3 at Bass Concert Hall. 

Review: Dancing for Themselves in an Underworld of Shadows

Feb 2   |  The New York Times

The acclaimed Swedish dance company Cullberg makes its Joyce Theater debut with Texas Performing Arts' Resident Artist Deborah Hay’s delicate, hypnotic “Horse, the Solos.” The performance made its U.S. premiere at the McCullough Theatre in Austin on Jan 28.

Austin choreographer Deborah Hay continues 'challenging the hierarchy' in dance

Jan 26   |  KUT

Choreographer Deborah Hay has been based in Austin since 1976. And this year, she is one of three resident artists at Texas Performing Arts on the UT Austin campus. The work she has honed during her residency, Horse, the solos, will have its U.S. premiere at the McCullough Theatre on Saturday.

'A call to wake up': What to expect from Austin arts in 2023

Jan 12   |  Austin American-Statesman

The Statesman asked six new arts leaders in Austin about the future of their fields, and what to see during the next year, including Texas Performing Arts' Executive & Artistic Director Bob Bursey. 

The Line-up: Eight Performances to Start off 2023

Jan 2   |  Sightlines

New dance, theater and music to start off the new year! Including Texas Performing Arts' presentations of Cullberg: Works by Deborah Hay on January 28 and Dance Theatre of Harlem on February 10. 

Comedy Coming to Austin in 2023

Dec 16   |  Austin American-Statesman

Next year in Austin is shaping up to be one for the books when it comes to comedy. Previously announced and coming to town in 2023: Jerry Seinfeld on March 10, Trevor Noah April 20-23 and Steve Martin and Martin Short on May 19 and 20, all at Bass Concert Hall.

Review: Broadway in Austin's Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

Dec 8   |  Austin Chronicle

Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical runs through Dec 11 at Bass Concert Hall
December 11 ends the run of this show
If you're planning on coming that's as far as it goes
But be warned of the impact of seeing this play
It's just over an hour, but you'll be rhyming for days 

Spreading Christmas Cheer: Broadway's Grinch Arrives in Austin

Dec 7   |  Texas Lifestyle Magazine

Described by Gannett as a “total delight for both kids and adults” and The New York Times as “100 times better than any bedtime story,” Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical will delight crowds Dec. 6-11 at Bass Concert Hall.

Get in the Holiday Spirit with The Grinch

Dec 7   |  Austin.com

The Grinch is ready to get you into the holiday spirit. Now through December 11, your heart will grow three sizes when you watch Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical at Bass Concert Hall!

The Grinch drops by to chat 'Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical

Dec 1   |  CBS Austin

Texas Performing Arts and Broadway in Austin are hosting the traveling production of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical this weekend! So we invited the bad banana himself to the studio to tell us all about this classic holiday story turned splashy Broadway musical and how you can score tickets!


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