Three Austin-based artists will be in residence and develop new work
A new exhibition of vintage movie backdrops in Florida lets cinephiles clamber on Mount Rushmore with Cary Grant and gaze out at ancient Rome with Charlton Heston — all in a single afternoon.
On an evening closing out one Texas Performing Arts season – welcome to the 40 club, yo! – while also announcing the next, Executive & Artistic Director Bob Bursey connected the age of the Heads’ fourth album to the building itself.
Broadway in Austin has just raised the curtain on its 2022-2023 season, featuring eight hit shows.
The current show, titled the "Art of the Hollywood Backdrop," is a comprehensive overview of the special niche talent of a group of artists in the Hollywood movie industry, never before given their due.
Why fly to Manhattan for a musical, when the musical can come to you?
Texas Performing Arts on Tuesday announced its Broadway in Austin lineup for 2022-23, and you'll want to grab a magic carpet, your tap-dancing lawyer and a teasing comb.
Actor Brittny Smith, a fellow Texan who plays Donna Summer at the height of her career, joined Trevor Scott to chat about this high-energy show and what it's like stepping into the shoes of a disco diva.
For this year’s Sound in Sculpture, the Butler School of Music, UT Landmarks and Texas Performing Arts came together to present their eighth annual immersive showcase on April 21.
Decades of cinematic heritage saved from the scrapheap take centre stage in new show
22 canvasses from iconic films, including "The Sound of Music," "North by Northwest" and "Singin' in the Rain" will be featured
It takes an artist to remind us that there are other, more radical ways to think about what we eat and how we acquire it.
There’s a new grocery store in town, but you can’t buy anything there. And you probably wouldn’t want to. Everything’s plastic.
Texas Performing Arts presents The Plastic Bag Store and Disney's The Lion King.
"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.