Texas Performing Arts is where many a lifelong romance with the theater starts, whether that means being a fan who brings the family to Broadway in Austin touring shows or becoming a theatre professional. The Alcalde looks at how TPA, through its connection to Broadway Across America and the Broadway League, is making an impact on campus and in the community.
Interview with Matthew Rushing, Associate Artistic Director, on how Ailey’s Texas roots were central to his work. The company has several stops in the Lone Star State in 2024, starting with Bass Concert Hall on Mar 2 & 3.
Rehearsal Director and long-time company member, Ronni Favors, shares some background on the AAADT and on Mr. Ailey, and gives us a preview of the upcoming performances in Austin.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Returns to Ailey’s Home State to Celebrate the Company’s 65th Anniversary
The celebrated dance company will perform contemporary and classic pieces in Austin for two nights only at Bass Concert Hall on March 2 & 3.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is headed back to Austin after an unconscionable 15-year absence. The company will bring Revelations, one of the most beloved stage dances in American history, as well as other movement pieces, old and new, to Bass Concert Hall Mar 2 & 3.
In 1981, the curtains of Bass Concert Hall rose for the first time on the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, opening for an unforgettable night of stunning and emotional performance. The company returns to Bass on March 2 & 3 on its 2024 National Tour.
Ready your spells and wands for a concert experience worthy of any Hogwarts student’s appreciation--Texas Performing Arts presents Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in Concert on Sat, Feb 24.
The famous fringe performing arts event Fusebox Festival is returning to Austin from April 7-14 for a monumental celebration, including three not-to-miss projects part of the TPA x Fusebox partnership.
Celebrating Black History Month and exploring aging and health disparities for black women, The Black Feminist Guide to the Human Body, a new play from TPA resident artist Lisa B. Thompson will have its rolling world premiere at The Vortex in April.
As expected, Beetlejuice is packed with timely jokes and lots of laughter. We highly recommend you jump in the line and get tickets if you still can.
A bawdy, irreverent and uproarious homage to an iconic and timeless story that entertains across generations.
Director Tim Burton’s beloved and cult classic film Beetlejuice gets the Broadway musical treatment at Bass Concert Hall, through Feb 11.
This is still the Beetlejuice that you have always pressed to your dark little heart like a dying rose. You better believe it: it’s still showtime.
Fox 7 talks with Justin Collette who plays Beetlejuice in the nationally touring Broadway production.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater will return to Bass Concert Hall for two special and unique performances on March 2 & 3.
The Austin Chronicle talks with Broadway start Megan McGinnis, who plays Barbara Maitland in Beetlejuice. At Bass Concert Hall through Feb 11.
Beetlejuice, the Broadway musical based on Tim Burton's classic 1988 film, will make its Austin debut at Bass Concert Hall from February 6-11.
The program description of FOOD by Geoff Sobelle only cracks the surface of this deep performance piece that nudges us toward contemplation of the evolution of food and mankind. At TPA's McCullough Theatre through Feb 4.
Kick off February with concerts, comedy, music, and theatre including these TPA events — FOOD by Geoff Sobelle Feb 1-4, and Brett Goldstein Feb 2-3.
Geoff Sobelle brings his critically acclaimed immersive performance FOOD to the McCullough Theatre, February 1-4.