A new work created by the acclaimed Moving Company, Refugia is a series of five short stories of border crossings, interwoven by music and movement in an exploration of characters in passage in a powerfully evocative and uplifting story of transformation. February 12-15, 2015 Tickets now on sale!
In 2014, a three year collaborative effort between Austin Opera and the Department of Theatre and Dance came to fruition in the form of main stage production, Verdi's A Masked Ball. Learn more.
UT offers Texas-sized resources for a tight-knit community of artists. And, we do all this at a third or half the cost of tuition as our peer institutions. Learn about scholarships and financial aid today.
See what's been going on in the Department of Theatre and Dance in this season's newsletter "Encore," featuring our esteemed faculty, alumni news and more.
Award-winning ensemble, Dance Repertory Theatre, returns to the stage with MOVE!, showcasing 'downtown' dance choreographers Kate Watson-Wallace and Sidra Bell. On stage March 6-14, 2015 - Tickets on sale now!
Here at UT, you can collaborate with a community of diverse artists and scholars. Find out if we are the right fit for you!
Eva Suter's original new work "Hold Me Well" was showcased at UTNT (UT New Theatre) this past week. Her striking piece was inspired by the transformative magic of theatre and works of science and science fiction.