Thursday, December 3, 2009

Announcement: UT Theatre Season 2010 - 2011

Published December 2:

UT Theatre and Dance Announces 2010 – 2011 Production Season

New Works, Musical Classics, Annual Favorites and More!

"Exciting new work, a celebration of our glorious musical theatre history, and (once again) an opportunity for our students to shine a bright light of creativity at the University of Texas. The 2010 – 2011 Department of Theatre and Dance season will offer spectacular and ground-breaking work —to be anticipated…to be treasured…and surely not to be missed!", says Interim Chair Holly Williams, as The University of Texas at Austin Department of Theatre and Dance proudly announces the 2010 – 2011 production season.

The 2010 - 2011 Department of Theatre and Dance Production Season

Fall 2010

The Fantasticks
Music by Harvey Schmidt, Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones

Fight (World premiere)
By Kimber Lee, 3rd-year M.F.A. Playwriting candidate

UT New Theatre (UTNT)
World-premieres of new plays by Ben Snyder and Meghan Kennedy, 3rd-year M.F.A. Playwriting candidates

Br'er Wood Outreach
Choreography by David Justin

Emergency Prom (World-premiere theatrical event)
By Steve Moulds, 3rd-year M.F.A. Playwriting candidate

Dance Repertory Theatre Fall Showing
Co-Artistic Directors Andrea Beckham and Yacov Sharir

Spring 2011

The Threepenny Opera
Music by Kurt Weill, Book and Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht
Directed by Halena Kays, 3rd-year M.F.A. Directing candidate

Dance Repertory Theatre Concert
Co-Artistic Directors Andrea Beckham and Yacov Sharir

The University Co-op Presents the Cohen New Works Festival

M.F.A. Acting Projects
Two American Realism scripts to be chosen for M.F.A. Acting Class of 2013; one directed by Lucien Douglas, one directed by Lee Abraham

Ears, Eyes + Feet
Collaborative works by student and faculty composers, choreographers, and video artists from each of the College of Fine Arts academic units

Performance dates, times and locations will be announced as they are confirmed. For more information, visit

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