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Catch a Glimpse of Our 2013-2014 Season

The Department of Theatre and Dance at The University of Texas at Austin announces a special sneak preview of its 2013-2014 season!

Keep an eye out in the next few months for a complete season announcement featuring dates, directors, and venues.  

Fall 2013  

Dial M for Murder
By Frederick Knott
 
Set in 1950s London, Tony Wendice concocts a plot to murder his wealthy wife Margot. When the scheme goes awry, he devises a sinister backup plan to get her out of the picture for good.
 
Salt & Pepper
By José Cruz González
 
In this heartwarming story about friendship and family, Salt is a 10 year old boy who can barely read. Pepper, a young migrant worker and voracious reader, comes to town and teaches him the value of reading and storytelling.
 
Our Country’s Good
By Timberlake Wertenbaker
 
Royal Marines and convicts in an 18th century Australian penal colony work together to produce a comedic stage play.
 
Fall For Dance
Artistic Directors David Justin and Holly Williams
 
The annual showcase presents breathtaking dance pieces from renowned choreographers.
 
The Fault
By Katie Bender
 
A small ragged house stands perched on a fault, pressed between the redwoods and Pacific Ocean. The Davies family resides within, holding together and splitting apart.

Spring 2014

Dead Man’s Cell Phone
By Sarah Ruhl
 
When a woman answers the cell phone of a recently deceased café patron, she holds on to the device to keep the man alive in a strange yet significant way.
 
Dance Repertory Theatre Concert
Artistic Directors David Justin and Holly Williams
 
Dance Repertory Theatre, the celebrated student ensemble, returns to the stage, presenting new dance works and re-staged masterpieces by nationally and internationally acclaimed guest artists and faculty.
 
UTNT (UT New Theatre)
Curated by Steven Dietz
 
UTNT presents newly developed work of emerging playwrights from the Department of Theatre and Dance and Michener Center for Writers. Now in its seventh season, many plays produced in UTNT have since been professionally produced across the country.
 
In the Heights
Music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda
Book by Quiara Alegría Hudes

 
This four-time Tony Award winning musical shows life in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York amongst the tight-knit community of Dominican-American residents.
 
Ears, Eyes + Feet
 
Collaborative works by student and faculty composers, choreographers, and video artists from the College of Fine Arts.


All titles are subject to change.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

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