CHICAGO soars into Austin this week. After 25 years, it is still the one musical with everything that makes Broadway shimmy-shake: a universal tale of fame, fortune, and all that jazz, with one show stopping song after another and the most astonishing dancing you've ever seen.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the show that tells the universal tale of fame, fortune, and signature Bob Fosse moves. Now, the iconic musical CHICAGO is coming to Cap City with Broadway in Austin!
BLUE MAN GROUP performances are "euphoric celebrations of human connection through art, music, comedy and non-verbal communication." And they are for everyone.
The smash hit musical CHICAGO returns to Austin, as part of Texas Performing Arts 2022-23 Broadway in Austin season. CHICAGO will play Bass Concert Hall November 1st-6th, 2022. Texas State alum Logan Floyd plays Velma Kelly, and they joined Studio 512 to talk about their experience on stage.
Blue Man Group comes to Bass Concert Hall for 2 nights on their new North American tour with original pulsing music! Celebrating 35 years, their signature drumming, custom-made instruments, and quirky comedy will leave you in awe. CBS Austin had the opportunity to talk to Blue Man Captain, Adam Zuick, who has been part of the group for 9 years.
On Oct. 20, writer Virginia Grise and musician Martha Gonzalez will invite an audience — seated directly on the Bass Concert Hall stage — to join in an ongoing project that yokes together art and politics.
Martha Gonzalez is a musician, cultural theorist, and activist developing collaborative methods of artistic expression that build community and advance social justice principles.
What's the deal with Jerry Seinfeld coming to Austin in the spring? Well, we'll tell you what the deal is.
Fans of the 1990 film can catch the popular stage show based on the classic when it hits Austin next year.
One of America's premier comedian's is coming back to Austin: Jerry Seinfeld will bring his newest standup routine to the Bass Concert Hall Stage on March 10, 2023, at 7 pm.
Texas Performing Arts is proud to announce its founding leadership board, a group of national and international volunteer leaders that will spearhead the organization's next phase of growth. The ten inaugural members bring substantial experience in the arts, entertainment, cultural leadership, and community involvement.
Wooster Group's new performance is evolution of piece commissioned by and workshopped at Texas Performing Arts
Steve Martin and Martin Short, the stars of the Hulu comedy "Only Murders In the Building" and longtime comedy collaborators, are coming to Austin next year.
Texas Performing Arts has a super full season coming up this fall. Executive and Artistic Director Bob Bursey says in addition to the 15 events planned for the 2022-2023 season, they’re also giving a platform to artists who are based in Austin.
Sightlines picks Sandbox Percussion’s 'Seven Pillars' as one of five can’t miss new music concerts for this fall
Brooklyn’s Sandbox Percussion performs its 2021’s Grammy-nominated record Seven Pillars.
Broadway In Austin presents "Mean Girls" and we chat with Lindsay Heather Pearce who plays Janis.
"Mean Girls" the musical is coming to Austin and honestly, that is so fetch.
The Texas Performing Arts 2022-2023 season continues to advance Austin as a global hub for artistic exchange. Executive Director, Bob Bursey shares more about the season lineup.
‘Art of the Hollywood Backdrop: Cinema’s Creative Legacy’ Review: Movie Backgrounds in the Foreground
Backdrops from films including ‘North by Northwest,’ ‘Ben Hur’ and ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ are artworks in their own right, sometimes even upstaging the films themselves
Three Austin-based artists will be in residence and develop new work