Oct 6, 2020
Jan 9, 2021
Jan 12 - 17, 2021
To Kill A Mockingbird
Feb 9 - 14, 2021
Mar 6, 2021
October 6, 2020
Icelandic blues rockers Kaleo formed in Reykjavik when the band members were just 17 years old, choosing to emigrate to the states after signing to Atlantic records in 2015. Inspired by their new home base of Austin, Texas, the folk-rock quartet infuse the gritty sounds of Americana with a driving indie-pop aesthetic. Don't miss them as they hit the road on tour!
January 9, 2021
Inspiring the music-makers in all of us, Stomp conjures up intricate rhythms from everyday household items. Marvel as the cast of eight incredibly talented players fill your theater with an orchestra of percussion, with only garbage bin lids, hammers and broom sticks as their instruments.
January 12 - 17, 2021
After wowing critics and audiences on Broadway, the eleven-time Tony-nominated Tootsie is heading out on its first national tour in 2020! Adapted from the 1980's film, Tootsie features original music by Tony Award winner David Yazbeck (The Band's Visit) and a book by Tony nominee Robert Horn. This brand new musical comedy follows one failing actor whose terrible behavior sees him take on a larger than life new personality to start a fresh...
February 9 - 14, 2021
Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin brings his Broadway smash hit out on tour for the first time! Opening to much critical acclaim back in 2018, To Kill A Mockingbird tells the story of a black man accused of rape in pre-civil rights era Alabama and the noble lawyer who defends him. Directed by the iconic Barlett Sher, witness the tale of an era come to life on stage! Emmy Award winner Richard Thomas will star as Atticus Finch.
March 6, 2021
One-man comedy tornado Bert Kreischer first caught the attention of the comedy world when he was featured in a Rolling Stone article in 1997 for his student party antics. Realizing his penchant for storytelling and making people laugh as a consequence, Kreischer honed his stand-up chops and later became a regular on TV in his own shows Bert The Conquerer, Hurt Bert and The X Show, as well as stints on the Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel and Conan.
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Formed in 1981, this performing arts center is operated by the University of Texas at Austin, and is spread across six venues that vary in size from small (at 200 seats) to the largest, Bass Concert Hall at 3,000 seats. As well as welcoming some of the biggest acts from across the country, the Center also fosters links with Latin America through music and culture, and often stages productions by Latin American stars that then go to travel across the States.
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