Giraffes strut. Birds swoop. Gazelles leap. The entire Serengeti comes to life as never before. And as the music soars, Pride Rock slowly emerges from the mist. This is Disney’s THE LION KING, making its triumphant return to Bass Concert Hall!
Tony Award®-winning director Julie Taymor brings to life a story filled with hope and adventure set against an amazing backdrop of stunning visuals.
Austinite Ashley Brooke Monroe leads the touring Broadway show back to the stage she loves
The last time this set constructed of wood, bricks and rope graced the stage at Bass Concert Hall was 2019.
There's usually a moment when you know a musical is going to be part of your life forever. For a whole generation of kids, "Hamilton" is their gateway.
Hamilton returns to Austin starting December 7.
The production is the first for Bass Concert Hall in 21 months. Alaina Vi Maderal talks about her role in the production and what it means to perform on a Texas stage.
Hamilton returns to Bass Concert Hall and will be the first Broadway production to visit at the venue in 21 months.
'Wonderful to be back': 'Hamilton' returns to Austin, and it's a homecoming for one swing cast member.
Alaina Vi Maderal joined the touring production of Hamilton a few years ago, but after her first year and a half with the show, she (and the rest of the cast and crew, along with thousands of others in the entertainment business) was forced to take a break when the pandemic shut everything down.
The iconic “Christmas Rappin’” Kurtis Blow is here to give us, yet again, an exciting contemporary twist on a seasonal classic, The Nutcracker.
Four centuries of Black American history are told in new Kronos Quartet performance.
This touring show is a new addition to the Austin holiday calendar. A dance spectacle set to Tchaikovsky’s music, it was created by Jennifer Weber, a heralded hip-hop artist based in New York and Los Angeles.
Houston-born pianist Jason Moran is not only one of the most adventurous and forward-thinking minds in jazz but in all of music, yet he continually mines the past. His latest show is all about WWI-era pioneer James Reese Europe and his Harlem Hellcats, a huge band that introduced war-torn Europe to American jazz.
When you watch the minor celebrities sing, or approximate singing, while wearing giant animal mascot heads on Fox's "The Masked Singer," do you ever wish quietly, in the smallest part of your heart, "I hope I get to see this live in my own city one day"?
Ballet Hispánico, which will also perform as a full company at Mendez Middle School in South Austin, was recently designated one of "America's Cultural Treasures" by a national group of major funders led by the Ford Foundation.
For their 40th season, Texas Performing Arts welcomes Ballet Hispánico.
Austin's "Big 5" performing arts troupes — as well as the city's "Big 3" performing arts presenters — have survived what appears to have been the worst of the long pandemic.
The Tony Awards returned last month after a year off, with Hadestown finally passing the best-musical torch to another adaptation of a classic, Moulin Rouge! The Musical.
Texas Performing Arts is opening their 40th season with the return of Ballet Hispánico, a cultural phenomenon and America's leading Latinx dance organization, this October.
The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program gave over $16 billion in grants to venues in the United States that closed for long periods of time during the pandemic.