As the Globe Warms
October 19th through November 11th
The VORTEX Theatre
    The new American soap opera in six parts - written and performed by
    Heather Woodbury and directed by Michael Yawney - explores what it is
   like to survive in America today, on a planet edging toward climate crisis.
October 12th through 28th
Dougherty Arts Center
     The new Austin theatre group Austin Theatre Project wraps up their
     2012 inaugural season with the Tony Award-nominated Broadway
     musical comedy about three couples each expecting a child.
Billy Elliot the Musical
December 11th through 16th
Bass Concert Hall
     The National Tour of the 10-time Tony Award winner - based on the
     international hit film and featuring music by Elton John - comes to
     Austin as part of the Broadway Across America 2012-13 Season.
The Cataract
October 19th through 28th
B. Iden Payne Theatre
     Set in Minneapolis in 1883, Pulitzer nominee Lisa D'Amour’s poetic
     drama explores one week in the lives of Cyrus and Lottie Finch, a
     stalwart couple who take in two vagabond lovers from the South.
The Scarlet Letter
November 16th through December 7th
B. Iden Payne Theatre
     Protagonist Hester Prynne comes to the stage in a reimagining of
     Hawthorne’s classic tale, adapted by Sarah Saltwick and staged by the
     University of Texas at Austin Department of Theatre and Dance.
Steel Magnolias
October 18th through 20th
Lockett Building
     The Un-Named Theatre Project will launch its inaugural season of the
     Georgetown Dinner Theatre series with a 25th anniversary staging of  
      the Southern classic comedy/drama by playwright Robert Harling.
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