We do. As much as possible.
The easiest way to support theatre is to SEE it!
Here’s what we’re planning to see next in Austin, TX:
An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein
May 20, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Museum of Human Achievement
P R E S E N T C O M P A N Y
AN ADULT EVENING of SHEL SILVERSTEIN
(by Shel Silverstein)
MAY 4 - 21
at the Museum of Human Achievement
in Austin, Texas
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OUR MISSION & COMPANY
1. Support community art spaces through digital preservation, multimedia documentation, and the production of new works in every media.
2. Foster an inclusive discourse on artful strategies for enacting positive changes in one’s self & community.
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Cofounding & Costumery
The format, tone, and enthusiasm for transformative stories of the NPR radio show, but on a comedy or theatre stage in Austin, TX starring “Not Ira Glass.” Usually but not always funny, parts improvised, parts scripted, always live!
Improvised Adventures in Time and Space. Performed by two actor-improvisers, a lighting improviser, and a sound fx improviser. In the style of The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged.
They say music is love in search of a word. The Band of Liars is love in search of music. Based on suggestions from the audience they summon an entire album of improvised songs, never before heard, never to be listened to again.
DYSTHEATRE opened our first full season of theatre with the play that Noel Coward once described as “five very good scenes and one bad one.” David O’Hare’s first, written in the back of a van with a typewriter on his knees over a period of four-days.