announces the world premiere of
A Teenagers Guide to Love
A 50's Musical Parody
May 5 - 21, 2011 at the Dougherty Arts Center, 1110 Barton Springs Road (click for map)
Performances are Thursday through Saturday nights at 8 p.m.
Thursday Nights are “Pay What You Wish” at the door. For all other performances, tickets are $15.00 for adults and $12.00 for children, seniors and students (with ID), and group rates are available. Advanced tickets can be purchased at our website, www.weirdcitytheatre.com.
Weird City Theatre Company announces the world premiere of A Teenagers Guide to Love, written & directed by WCT Managing Director, Patti Neff-Tiven. A Teenagers Guide is a musical parody of 50's – 60's educational films- How Do You Choose a Date? How Much Affection? Who Wrote the Book of Love?
These questions and more will be explored in an evening of kitschy, song-filled fun Our trusty narrator John F. Carroll guides us through the romantic pitfalls of our teen couple played by Sarah Griffin-Covey and Justin Hampton. With WCT company members Kevin Gouldthorpe, Jenni Bauer, Bethany Harbaugh & Robert Berry. The band includes Seth Tiven (guitarist- Dumptruck, Promise Breakers), Justin Bankston (bassist- Promise Breakers, The Paper South) and Donnie Poston (drummer- Dumptruck, Dunebuggy)
Weird City Theatre's mission is to encourage the growth of the artist and represent the uniqueness and vitality of Austin through re-envisioned classics and original works. Keeping a child-like sense of play, we focus on the process of the actor and we are playing our part to keep Austin weird!
Weird City Theatre is a sponsored project of the Greater Austin Creative Alliance, a nonprofit performing arts service organization.