No Snakes on This Grass


This classic one act of street theater was first staged in Harlem in 1965. Last summer it was revived at Lincoln Center, forty-five years after its original production, sparked by a remarkable performance by a recent UT alumnus. The Graduate School is delighted to be able to bring the Lincoln Center cast to Austin.

Victoria E. Rodríguez, Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies,
and James Magnuson, Director of the Michener Center for Writers
cordially invite you to No Snakes in This Grass.

Thursday, November 18, 2010 at 6 o’clock in the evening. Performance at LBJ School Patio followed by Panel Discussion in LBJ School Main Lobby.


Adam Couperthwaite, Adam
Robbie Ann Darby, Eve
Hugh O’Neill, God

Written by James Magnuson
Directed by Mical Whitaker


Michael Adams, Associate Director of the Michener Center for Writers, and Director of Dobie Paisano Fellowship Program
Welcome and Introduction of James Magnuson and Mical Whitaker

Mical Whitaker, Founding Director of the East River Players in Harlem

James Magnuson, Director of Michener Center for Writers

Robbie Ann Darby, M.F.A. in Acting, 2007, UT Austin

Panel Discussion and Question and Answer Session by
Adams, Whitaker, Magnuson, Darby, O’Neill, Couperthwaite


Thursday, November 18, 2010 | 6 p.m.

LBJ School Patio
2313 Red River


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