"The Plastic Bag Store" is the most delightfully outlandish art that you will see in Austin this year. Or most any year.
At grocery and retail stores, it's a main staple for getting your items home. Now one artist has taken plastic bags and created an art installation inviting us to contemplate the lasting legacy of toss-away packaging.
We caught up with Garth Fagan, who choreographed "The Lion King" when it was first on Broadway. He won a Tony Award for best choreography for the show in 1998. That same choreography is used in the touring production coming to Austin.
Disney's The Lion King is headed to Bass Concert Hall for Broadway in Austin, and the future king himself, Darian Sanders who plays Simba, is here to tell us more about the show.
The popular immersive show by puppet artist Robin Frohardt is opening Saturday, April 2 in Austin, a city chosen for its receptiveness to the weird.
Artist Robin Frohart explains the immersive event that combines puppetry and art to critique the effects of single-use plastics.
Yet the immersive event everyone is waiting for comes April 13 with Robin Frohardt's "The Plastic Bag Store," presented in a fresh collaboration between Texas Performing Arts and Fusebox.
“Walk a thousand miles in a woman’s shoes and you’ll still not fully know.” That’s the message and wording that a modernized version of Tootsie currently delivers to Austin’s Bass Concert Hall.
Today Jared David Michael Grant, who plays Jeff Slater in the show, joins us to talk about "Tootsie!"
Have you heard of the musical "Tootsie?" If you haven't that's OK! It's new.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical takes center stage next week and one of those on stage will be Payton Reilly who plays Sandy Lester. She has details on the show and her role.
While in Austin, the troupe will present "The B-Side, 'Negro Folklore from Texas State Prisons,' A Record Album Interpretation," along with a workshop version (for one public performance only) of its follow-up show, "Untitled Toast."
Guitarist Frisell discusses his live collaboration with filmmaker Bill Morrison, coming to UT’s Performing Arts Center Friday, January 21
Austin Film Society, UT Visual Art Center and Texas Performing Arts collaborate to present an array of Morrison's art.
Disney Princess – The Concert coming to Bass Concert Hall on Sunday, February 6! Join Texas Performing Arts as Broadway’s Belle, Jasmine, Anastasia and Nala honor all the Disney Princesses in an unforgettable evening of story, animation, and song! Sing along to your favorite Disney Princess songs, and share their exclusive, hilarious and heartfelt behind-the-scenes stories.
The Austin shows of Broadway's "Hadestown" have been postponed to September because of breakthrough coronavirus cases within the show's company.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway smash returns to Bass Concert Hall refreshed and revitalized
Tony Award®-winning director Julie Taymor brings to life a story filled with hope and adventure set against an amazing backdrop of stunning visuals.
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!
Austinite Ashley Brooke Monroe leads the touring Broadway show back to the stage she loves