SIX: The Musical comes to Bass Concert Hall in Austin this week starting Tuesday night and running through Sunday for 8 performances only.
Alice is a testament to the quality entertainment and high production values we can always expect from Texas Performing Arts. Don’t hesitate to find your way to any of the upcoming productions for their 23/24 season.
The Austin Chronicle recommends these not-to-miss concerts this week featuring Love In Exile at Bass Concert Hall on Sept. 29
Rwandan playwright, actor, director, and humanitarian Odile Gakire Katese talks about her life, work, and new play The Book of Life, coming to TPA's McCullough Theatre on October 1.
Texas Performing Arts put on this one-night-only show for the lucky ones who got tickets. Seeing Austin develop its roster of world-class acts by inviting MOMIX to our stages will raise the bar in the arts.
Fusebox announces its new phase with year-round programming, including an expanded partnership with Texas Performing Arts to bring even more adventurous live performance to Austin. The series begins Sept. 29 with Love in Exile at Bass Concert Hall.
The Daily Texan highlights performances coming to Bass Concert Hall this semester, from musicals to comedians
Bass Concert Hall, located across from Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, brings performers and shows from all over the world to campus. The Daily Texan highlights some of the upcoming events at Bass Concert Hall this semester.
An upcoming tour of Momix’s enchanting new dance work Alice is headed to Austin on Sept. 20, and we’re in for a treat.
KUT's Michael Lee talks with Executive & Artistic Director Bob Bursey about TPA's new 23/24 season.
Featuring Iliza Shlesinger who is in town as part of her Hard Feelings World Tour on Sept. 15 at Bass Concert Hall.
Iliza Shlesinger talks finding the funny in relatable experiences, comedic voices, in new ‘Hard Feelings’ standup tour
Ahead of her Sept. 15 show at Bass Concert Hall, The Daily Texan spoke to Shlesinger about her new Hard Feelings tour and her comedic style, which she describes as witty, whimsical and high-speed.
After a fruitful start, the partnership between TPA and Fusebox has expanded, culminating in this year’s venture into joint programming to bring more cutting-edge live performance to Austin.
Local stages shake with terror, delight, and motion this September. Featuring The Book of Life, September 7 & 9 at TPA's McCullough Theatre.
In this look at the fall season ahead, Bob Bursey, the Executive & Artistic Director of Texas Performing Arts says there’s much to choose from this season!
Since opening in 2011, The Book of Mormon has become one of the most successful shows in Broadway history. Now is your chance to see it as it returns to Austin for a limited engagement Nov. 14 to 19 at Bass Concert Hall.
Back by popular demand, The Book of Mormon, which played a record-breaking two-week run in 2013, returns to Austin for a limited engagement Nov. 14 to 19 at Bass Concert Hall.
Known for the new Netflix series Beef or one of her comedy specials, Baby Cobra, Hard Knock Wife, and Don Wong, Ali Wong is coming to Bass Concert Hall on Nov 11.
Tribeza highlights the top Austin events for August, including John Oliver on Aug 20 at Bass Concert Hall.
After rehearsals, blocking, choreography, and lighting, and lots of hard work, Impact Arts' Summer Stock Austin is finally here. In partnership with Texas Performing Arts, you can see the cast and crew perform The Wizard of Oz and Grease.
Heller Award for Young Texas Artists and national Jimmy Award-winner, Langston Lee, joins We Are Austin to talk about representing Austin on the Broadway stage and what's next for his exciting creative career.