An overview of the theatre scene in Austin.
Robert Faires offers a brief overview of the theatre scene in Austin, Texas.
Christina J. Moore writes about the weirdness of Austin, and how FronteraFest has revolutionized the way the city develops and produces new work.
A call to designers to carefully consider the details of their work, no matter what budget size they have, as it is in the details that show deliberate care of the design.
Daniel Alexander Jones muses on his lively experiences working in Austin's expanding theatre scene.
Caroline Reck reminds us that puppetry is originally for adults through her company’s commitment to it. With that, it has caused a renewal of theatrics tools in Austin, TX.
The Rude Mechs explain how their method of including their audiences – inviting them to join in on the creative process – helps to better engage their patrons... and their artists.
Robert Matney writes about the various ways in which theater companies are adapting and thriving by incorporating technology into their practice.
In this essay, Travis Bedard shows Austin, Texas, as an ideal city for theatremakers yearning to innovate .
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