Summer Stock Austin, working with Texas Performing Arts, presents The Wizard of Oz from July 22 through Aug 6 and Grease which plays July 28 - Aug 6, both at the McCullough Theatre on the UT campus.
Featuring Dream House Quartet - at Bass Concert Hall on Tuesday, April 25.
Winners Kyra Carr from Hendrickson High School and Langston Lee from Rouse High School will go on to represent Austin, Texas at the National High School Musical Theatre Awards (more commonly known as the Jimmy Awards) in NYC, thanks to Texas Performing Arts.
Both Vuyani Dance Theatre and the critically acclaimed dancework, Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Bolero, will make their Texas debut in April, with Texas Performing Arts presenting the performance April 19 at Bass Concert Hall.
Featuring the Fusebox Festival and new programming partnership with Texas Performing Arts.
When a Broadway production goes on tour, you can usually expect that it won’t be as good as the original production. That’s not the case with Ain’t Too Proud – The Life And Times Of The Temptations. There is not one weak link in this touring production.
Ain't Too Proud brings music and a startling reminder of humanity to Austin audiences. Incredible talent on display!
Texas Performing Arts’ Broadway in Austin 2023-2024 Season includes six Austin premieres and the return of two audience favorites.
Texas Performing Arts' Broadway in Austin 2023-2024 Season will include six Austin premieres and the return of two audience favorites.
Vocally, these Temptations sound close enough to the originals to cause the hairs on your arms to tingle. The production is also visually stunning.
Two legendary soul singers Gladys Knight and Patti LaBelle are joining forces for a summer tour that breezes through Bass Concert Hall on Monday, June 19.
It's an electrifying new musical that follows a beloved music act that was voted the greatest R&B group of all time by Billboard Magazine -- The Temptations. At Bass Concert Hall through Apr 2.
Black Texas magazine sits down with Michael Andreaus, who plays Otis in the production of Ain't Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations, at Bass Concert Hall Mar 28-Apr 2.
Fan favorites, new releases and nationwide sensations are all on the playbill for the upcoming Broadway in Austin season from Texas Performing Arts.
Broadway fans, get ready for a season full of new premieres and audience favorites here in Austin! Six, My Fair Lady, Tina - The Tina Turner Musical, Beetlejuice, Girl from the North Country, and Disney's Frozen are all set to premiere at Bass Concert Hall starting in October.
Deborah Hay is best known for her international career as a postmodern choreographer and dancer, which was celebrated joyfully with a full day of programming at Texas Performing Arts’ McCullough Theatre on January 28, including the U.S premiere of her newest work Horse, the solos.
The Heller Awards are now considered one of dozens of regional prizes that feed into the Jimmy Awards, presented by the Broadway League Foundation. The Hellers joined through the good graces of Texas Performing Arts, the home for Broadway in Austin touring shows, and a member of the Broadway League.
Winners of the 2023 Heller Awards for Young Artists will be eligible to compete in the National High School Musical Theatre Awards® (the Jimmy Awards®) representing Austin this June in New York City. The Heller Awards joining the Jimmy Awards® is made possible by Texas Performing Arts, the home of Broadway in Austin, and a member of The Broadway League.
The programming partnership will bring a slate of fresh and unexpected creative performances to off-campus venues starting with Texas Performing Arts' 2023-24 Season.
The Verona Quartet will perform at KMFA ahead of their engagement at the McCullough Theatre on March 3. That evening's program will include the world premiere of a work by Korean-born American composer Texu Kim.