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We are pleased to announce the 2015/2016 Subscription Series

How to Subscribe

Save up to 30% by subscribing online, by phoning the subscriber hotline at 512-471-4454 (Open Tuesday-Friday, 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) or in person at the Texas Performing Arts Box Office.

Choose THREE or more performances from the following Subscription Series offerings, including: The Diary of Anne Frank, The Wild Party, Twelfth Night and Bodies & Souls.

In addition, subscribers may upgrade their season package and save 30% on tickets to one or more of the Series Plus offerings, including: Fall For Dance, The Silent Woman, Dead Leaves, Home Stretch and Girls in Cars Underwater.

Individual tickets are now available online

Subscriber Benefits

As a subscriber, you will enjoy: 

  • BIG SAVINGS! Up to 30% off Theatre and Dance performances. 
  • BEST SEATS! Guaranteed preferred seating for performances. 
  • EASY AND FREE TICKET EXCHANGES. If something comes up, exchange your ticket for another performance free of charge.
  • VIP SUPPORT. Contact our subscriber hotline (512-471-4454) for assistance.
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The Diary of Anne Frank

By Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

October 8-18, 2015
Oscar G. Brockett Theatre

A story known across the world, The Diary of Anne Frank is the haunting, yet inspiring account of a young Jewish girl and her family's lives during World War II. Seeking refuge from Nazi persecution, Anne, along with seven others, hid in a "secret annex" in Amsterdam for two years. Told through recordings in Anne's cherished diary, the play stands as a timeless reflection of her fear, hope and faith during one of the darkest periods in history. 

Anne Frank: Holocaust, Memory and Performance Symposium
October 8-9, 2015

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The Wild Party

Music and Lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa
Book by Michael John LaChiusa and George C. Wolfe
Based on the poem by Joesph Moncure March

November 20-December 5, 2015
Oscar G. Brockett Theatre

Set in Manhattan in the Roaring Twenties, vaudeville performer Queenie and her volatile partner, Burrs, host an evening of excess for their guests; a collection of the unruly and undone. The jazz and gin-soaked party rages to a mounting sense of threat as artifice and illusion are stripped away. When midnight debauchery leads to tragedy at dawn, this dark and decadent musical reminds us that no party lasts forever.  

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Twelfth Night

By William Shakespeare

Februrary 26 - March 6, 2016
Oscar G. Brockett Theatre

Following a shipwreck on a strange shore, Viola fears her brother dead and is forced to build a new life on her own. Masquerading as a man in order to procure a job with Duke Orsino, she finds herself in the midst of a topsy-turvy love triangle.

Magic, mayhem and mistaken identities come to the stage in Shakespeare’s cherished romantic comedy of revelry, reunion and love.

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Dance Repertory Theatre Presents

Bodies & Souls

April 8-17, 2016
B. Iden Payne Theatre

Under the direction of Charles O. Anderson, Erica Gionfriddo and Lyn Wiltshire, the award-winning dance company, Dance Repertory Theatre, returns to the stage in Bodies & Souls. A celebration of emerging voices and visions of contemporary dance, Bodies & Souls features new works by Alvin Rangel, Johnnie Cruise Mercer and Jun Shen

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Dance Repertory Theatre Presents

Fall For Dance

November 12-15, 2015
B. Iden Payne Theatre

Exploring the genre of contemporary ballet, Fall For Dance features works by former San Francisco Ballet dancer and artistic director of The Foundry, Alex Ketley; former dancer with Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet and guest artist with La La La Human Steps, Manuel Vignoulle; and Texas Theatre and Dance faculty members David Justin and Andrea Beckham. 

UTNT (UT New Theatre)

New plays by third-year M.F.A. Playwriting candidates
Curated by Steven Dietz and Hannah Wolf

April 14-24, 2016
Oscar G. Brockett Theatre

UTNT (UT New Theatre) presents newly developed works from playwrights of Texas Theatre and Dance and Michener Center for Writers. Now in its ninth season, this showcase exists as an incubator for new work, with many plays continuing on to be professionally produced across the country. The 2016 UTNT (UT New Theatre) plays under consideration include:

The Silent Woman by Lydia Blaisdell, Directed by KJ Sanchez

The Orange Garden by Joanna Garner, Directed by Alexandra Bassett 

381 Bleecker by Gia Marotta, Directed by Jess Hutchinson

Girls in Cars Underwater by Tegan McLeod, Directed by Cara Phipps

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Titles, dates, artists and venues are subject to change.