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The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera Unmasks at Bass Concert Hall

Apr 19   |  CultureMap Austin

Whether you’ve seen Phantom five times or not at all, it’s a show that never gets old. “I like to say it’s the same old grape wine but served in new glasses,” Rigby says.

Yvonne Kimmons Portrait

Meet the Staff: Yvonne Kimmons

Apr 18

Yvonne started at Texas Performing Arts as a stage manager in 2004, and thirteen years later is our Assistant Director for Performance Logistics.

Ann Hamilton ONEEVERYONE Process Photo by Lawrence Peart

Seeing and Hearing Touch

Mar 29   |  aether magazine

A composer for the upcoming Sound in Sculpture event discusses her creative process.

Kennedy Paris Headshot

Meet the TPA Ushers: Kennedy Paris

Feb 10

Texas Performing Arts has approximately 400 dedicated volunteers who help keep our performances running smoothly. Meet Kennedy Paris, a Texas Theatre and Dance Theatre Studies Major and Texas Performing Arts volunteer student usher. 

Trojan War Mask

The Untold Stories of Modern Warriors

Nov 11   |  Life & Letters Magazine

The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it.  – Thucydides

Allison Lowery overseeing a student putting on makeup

In the Wig Shop with Allison Lowery

Oct 31

“The first time I ever bleached someone’s hair was in a monastery using a French’s Mustard Bottle,” laughed Allison Lowery, TPA’s Wig & Makeup Specialist. She was getting ready for opening night of Little Women: The Broadway Musical


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