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Review: 'Girl from the North Country' at Bass Concert Hall

Apr 26   |  BroadwayWorld Austin

Written by Conor McPherson with music by Bob Dylan, Broadway in Austin’s production of Girl from the North Country offers both tragedy and grace through nuanced story telling and stunning music.

Theatre Review: The Black Feminist Guide to the Human Body

Apr 26   |  Austin Chronicle

Texas Performing Arts resident artist Lisa B. Thompson creates a community space with her “choreopoem.” The Black Feminist Guide to the Human Body is art theatre, a complete glory of words and movement as a journey. At the Vortex Theatre through May 4.

"Girl From The North Country" Comes To Austin

Apr 24   |  CBS Austin

Girl From the North Country comes to Austin and you have 8 performances to catch it. The Tony Award-winning new musical re-imagines 20 legendary songs of Bob Dylan as they've never been heard before.

Interview: Abby Z of 'Radioactive Practice' at B Iden Payne Theatre

Apr 9   |  BroadwayWorld Austin

BroadwayWorld Austin talks with Abby Z, director and choreographer of Radioactive Practice, about her work with the New Utility and this unique show opening Friday as part of the Fusebox Festival here in Austin. "It's not your typical sit and be quiet in the audience dance show," -- Abby Z.

Artist Tania El Khoury shares powerful family memoirs in ‘Cultural Exchange Rate’

Apr 5   |  The Daily Texan

After making its way through various countries, including Germany, France, and the United Arab Emirates, Cultural Exchange Rate is now trekking across the U.S. In a partnership with Texas Performing Arts and Fusebox, El Khoury’s work is visiting Austin and campus from April 10-14, as part of the 2024 Fusebox Festival.

Celebrate 20 Years of Fusebox Festival

Apr 4   |  KXAN

Fusebox is celebrating 20 years this month! The Fusebox + Texas Performing Arts partnership that began last year continues with a constellation of remarkable artists as part of the festival this April, including: Tania El Khoury's interactive live art installation Cultural Exchange Rate, award-winning choreographerAbby Z's Radioactive Practice, Sam Green's new film, 32 Sounds, and Lisa B. Thompson’s latest project The Black Feminist Guide to the Human Body.

Black Feminism Finds a Niche in Austin’s Alt Theatre Scene

Mar 21   |  American Theatre

In Lisa B. Thompson’s new play, Black Feminist Guide to the Human Body, the playwright and professor seeks a softer life for Black women as they age. Thompson is a 23/24 Texas Performing Arts resident artist, and the play will premiere during the Fusebox Festival at Austin's Vortex Theatre on April 12. 

'Wicked The Musical' Will Have You Flying High In Austin

Mar 20   |  Austin.com

While most Broadway in Austin shows last just under a week, Wicked is playing in Austin through March 31. Filled with the most uplifting songs and superb actors and singers, Wicked is a show you shouldn’t miss. 

'Wicked' The Hit Musical Flies Into Austin March 13-31

Mar 20   |  KXAN

Currently the 4th longest-running show in Broadway history, Wicked celebrated its 20th Anniversary in October. The international Broadway sensation will be at Bass Concert Hall through March 31. 

Review: WICKED - Musical Magic at Bass Concert Hall

Mar 19   |  BroadwayWorld Austin

There’s a reason why Wicked has become one of the most beloved musicals in the history of theatre, it is quite simply fantastic in every aspect. At Bass Concert Hall through March 31.

'Wicked' the Musical Lands in Austin, now through March 31

Mar 15   |  CBS Austin

Wicked, the Broadway sensation, is now playing at Bass Concert and you have 3 weeks to catch it! CBS Austin talks with Tara Kostmayer, who portrays Nessarose, who eventually becomes known as "the Wicked Witch of the East."

Broadway in Austin Announces 2024-25 Season

Mar 7   |  Austin Chronicle

The best of Broadway keeps making its way to Austin, with Texas Performing Arts announcing the titles for its 2024-25 Broadway in Austin season at the Bass Concert Hall. The schedule is filled with beloved classics like Hamilton and Funny Girl, and red hot new smashes like MJ and Shucked.


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