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Perhaps you’ve already experienced the magic of Dell Hall as one of the thousands of patrons for the Austin Symphony Orchestra, Ballet Austin or the Austin Lyric Opera. Maybe you’ve enjoyed a performance by one of the several Austin arts organizations who use the intimate Rollins Studio Theatre.

We’ve got an even more exciting “Long Center Presents” season for 2009-2010, as you’ll see on the pages that follow. Please join our family of subscribers, and you’ll get the best seats, save up to 33% over regular ticket prices, enjoy exchange privileges and other unique benefits.

Or maybe you’ve been among the thousands who have delighted in one of the many performances we’ve brought to Austin under our “Long Center Presents” banner – shows like the thrilling Cirque Dreams: Jungle Fantasy, Video Games Live, R&B diva Patti LaBelle, classical pianist Anton Nel, or the outrageous and extreme funny lady Kathy Griffin.

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Starring American Idol winner Taylor Hicks as Teen Angel

National Tour 2009

WED-SAT • 8:00 PM THR • 3:30 PM, SAT • 2:00 PM SUN • 1:00 PM & 6:30 PM Time Magazine’s 2007 pick for “#1 Musical of the year,” is rockin! ‘Bad boy’ Danny and ‘girl next door’ Sandy fall in love to You’re the One That I Want, Greased Lightnin and Hopelessly Devoted to You. Grease is the word! greaseonbroadway.com

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World Premiere Tour 2009

TUE-WED, FRI-SAT • 8:00 PM WED, FRI-SAT • 2:00 PM SUN • 1:00 PM Celebrate what it means to be a family, canine and courageous. Led by the creative team of director Jerry Zaks (Everybody Loves Raymond), writer B.T. McNicholl (Spamalot) and composer Dennis DeYoung (Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame); this musical takes you to a topsyturvy and altogether fantastic world of incredible song, dance and spectacle.

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“...a brilliantly tacky tribute to Music City” The City Paper

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THR • 7:00 PM, FRI • 8:00 PM SAT • 5:00 PM & 9:00 PM SUN • 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM 2009

THR-FRI • 8:00 PM SAT-SUN • 5:00 PM & 9:00 PM SUN • 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM Does for Country Music what Greater Tuna does for smalltown Texas! Doyle and Debbie take you for a wild ride with more than a dozen wickedly funny original songs as they lampoon and idolize country music’s proud tradition of fabulous male/female duos. It’s the battle of the sexes, Nashville style. Some mature content. doyleanddebbie.com 6

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TUE-SAT • 8:00 PM SUN • 3:00 PM A salute to the Baby Boomer Generation, The Wonder Bread Years is a fast-paced, hilarious production that gracefully walks the line between stand-up and theater. Audiences across the country are enjoying a show that not only restores a muchneeded sense of wonder, but leaves audiences laughing and savoring the past like never before. wonderbreadyears.com


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2010

TUE-SUN • 7:30 PM SUN • 3:00 PM Emmy Award-winning actress Elaine Bromka reveals a gallery of intimate portraits of three remarkable, radically different First Ladies– Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, and Betty Ford. We discover each at a threshold moment in her life, and learn the personal cost of what Pat Nixon called “the hardest unpaid job in the world.”

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TUE-SUN • 7:30 PM SUN • 3:00 PM Retelling the story of the nativity, as only Sister can, this hilarious holiday production uses “scientific tools,” and a choir as well as a gaggle of audience members, to create a living nativity unlike any you’ve ever seen. This sequel to the smash hit Late Nite Catechism brings gifts galore and bundles of laughs!

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class i c a l va r i ati o n s

2009

SAT • 8:00 PM You’ve seen them on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Sixty Minutes II. Handsome, beautiful, and talented, this extraordinary quintet of Juilliard trained brothers and sisters are taking their five pianos around the world. With two #1 CDs, they’re the “The closest classical music ever comes to a teen pop group,”–The Standard Times.

PETER SCHICKELE’S P.D.Q. BACH

JEKYLL & HYDE TO U R

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WED • 8:00 PM

THE

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An hysterically irreverent examination of the world of classical music as seen through the eyes of Johann Sebastian Bach’s long-forgotten relative, P.D.Q. Bach and Peter Schickele. Relish such P.D.Q. classics as the recently-discovered Four Next-to-Last Songs and the heart-rendering Shepherd on the Rocks, With a Twist, which features Prof. Schickele playing the tromboon (a cross between a trombone and a bassoon). The Jekyll (or is it Hyde?) part of the program features songs by Peter Schickele, including the notorious rock ‘n’ roll settings of famous Shakespeare speeches, (as heard on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion).


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TUE • 8:00 PM The greatest classical pianist of the day, backed by acclaimed maestro Eschenbach and orchestra. Heralded as the “hottest artist on the classical music planet” by The New York Times, Lang Lang has played sold-out recitals and concerts in every major city in the world and is the first Chinese pianist to be engaged by the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic, and the top American orchestras. Christoph Eschenbach is currently in his ninth season as music director of the Orchestre de Paris and in great demand as a distinguished guest conductor with the finest orchestras and opera houses throughout the world.

C H RISTOPH ESCHENBACH THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA

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SAT • 8:00 PM

AMERICAN

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LARRY GATLIN

CRYSTAL GAYLE

ANDY COONEY

Texas favorite Larry Gatlin joins forces with Nashville’s own Crystal Gayle and Irish-American Andy Cooney. This evening will feature Gatlin hits such as Houston, Sure Feels Like Love and All the Gold in California. An entertainer beloved around the world from symphony halls to Carnegie Hall, from the best-kept stages in Las Vegas to the prestige of the London Palladium, Crystal crosses musical genres and oceans encompassing all that the dazzling qualities of her name implies. Labeled by The New York Times as “Irish-America’s Favorite Son,” Andy Cooney brings his Irish folk songs to this triple threat evening. Together for the first time, they celebrate America!

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WED • 8:00 PM You won’t want to miss Arlo plus his son Abe, on keyboards and daughters Cathy, Annie and Sarah Lee, on acoustic guitars in this Guthrie family reunion. Since performing at Woodstock and the release of Alice’s Restaurant 40 years ago, Arlo Guthrie, son of legendary American folk artist Woody Guthrie, has become an American icon. A guaranteed sell-out. 10

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S I M P LY STARRING STEVE LIPPIA

2010

SAT • 8:00 PM Sit back and close your eyes…imagine yourself in Vegas in the heyday of the Rat Pack…out comes Ol’ Blue Eyes. Are you tripping down memory lane with the foremost interpreter of Sinatra in America? You bet ya’ Steve Lippia’s interpretations of the Sinatra Songbook have been acclaimed from coast to coast. It’s the “performance of a lifetime!”

MUSICAL LEGENDS

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FRI • 8:00 PM Featuring top performers from Dancing With the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance?, this ground-breaking show pushes the boundaries of ballroom dance, infusing it with sizzling style and gravity-defying intensity. Produced, directed and choreographed by Dancing With the Stars alum Louis van Amstel.

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See them live! Hip-hop-influenced winners of NBC’s recent Superstars of Dance. The 14-member cast, an eclectic group of the world’s most renowned freestyle and hip hop dancers, combines the authenticity of A Chorus Line and the energy of STOMP to celebrate the heart and soul of this incredible form of dance.


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SUN • 7:00 PM These empowering and overwhelming sounds weave traditional Japanese music with the beat of world rhythms. It’s extreme physical endurance, amazing theatrics and an transformative spirit that inspired an Empire. This is Taiko, a culture unseen for centuries and filled with the rituals of 5000 years. Percussionists will battle.

SAN JOSE

2010

FRI • 8:00 PM

BALLET FOLKLÓRICO DE DE AMALIA HERNANDEZ

“First rate” and “Inspiring,” The New York Times. This award-winning cast of performers, ages 8 to 18– all African orphans–brings to life the sounds and music of East Africa. These Ambassadors for Uganda’s 2.4 million orphans, personify the resilience and promise of Africa’s next generation as they raise funds to support themselves and others displaced in their homeland.

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TUE • 8:00 PM Direct from Mexico City! This golden anniversary tour features the “best of the best” from 50 years of performances! This celebration of life in movement, music and color showcases pre-Hispanic rituals, dramatic events from Mexico’s history and depictions of that region’s diverse culture and folklore. Amazing!

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“Exceptional, evocative, eye-catching, ear-catching and, to keep the list short, engrossingly entertaining.” The New York Times

BIRDHOUSE FACTORY

2009

TUE-WED • 7:30 PM You’ve never experienced a cirque quite like this one! Welcome to Birdhouse Factory! Be captivated as an assembly line of acrobatic tumblers rolls off a huge wooden spool, a ballerina-contortionist rotates on a turntable driven by unicyclists, and a breathtaking tango is danced on an precariously upended spool. Giggle at the zany antics; Be enchanted with laughter, love, flight, and birdhouses. It’s Cirque! 14

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THU • 8:00 PM A rare look into the mind of the most important artist to work in the American musical theater over the past half-century. In a live, unscripted conversation with the Austin Chronicle’s Robert Faires, Sondheim will share behind-thecurtain moments and reflect on the creative process.

A CONVERSATION WITH

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QUEEN 2010

WED • 8:00 PM The ultimate rock fantasy! Relive mega-hits We Are the Champions, Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You and much more. The greatest live band of all time!

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CAPITOL AN EVENING WITH

PATTI LuPONE MANDY PATINKIN 2010

SAT • Time TBA 2010

Two legendary Broadway stars. A once-in-a-lifetime theatrical event. This incredible show reunites these Tony Award® winning virtuosos (and lifelong friends) for the first time since Evita. Much more than a concert, this is a unique musical love story told entirely through a masterful selection of the greatest songs ever written for the stage. Funny, passionate, intimate and utterly unforgettable, this is An Evening no fan of musical theatre can miss.

FRI • 8:00 PM A dose of humor and musical madness. These former Congressional staffers serve up their brilliant, wickedly funny parodies of popular American songs with the best political humor this side of Saturday Night Live. Get ready for some equal opportunity bashing of Republicans, Democrats and Independents alike. “They’re the best!” –Larry King, CNN.

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Charles H. Duggan proudly presents

A New Tradition in Family Entertainment

A Musical Variety Celebration of the Holidays!

Tish Hinojosa

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Amazing Grace Gospel

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Austin Lyric Opera’s Sing-a-Long Hallelujah Chorus

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Ballet Austin’s Nine-Minute Nutcracker

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River City Brass Quintet

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The Biscuit Brothers

Tapestry Dance Company Special Musical Guests Zach’s Showstoppers

Tish Hinojosa The Biscuit Brothers Buy tickets now!

Your One-Stop Holiday Show! Children under 12 Half-Price! All Seats, All Performances! Program subject to change without notice.

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ENHANCE YOUR SHOW EXPERIENCE— BECOME A MEMBER

IN ADDITION TO PERSONAL PERKS, YOUR MEMBERSHIP PAYS IT FORWARD

Become an Annual Member of the Long Center at the $1,000 level or above and you not only get first priority access to tickets in the Premium sections, you also get exclusive access to the Kodosky Donor Lounge—your private place for cocktails and conversation during intermission.

As a non-profit, community-owned arts facility, the Long Center operation is designed for a break-even annual budget. Ticket sales and rental fees provide 75% of our annual revenue. The rest comes from the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations – our entire community – to ensure programming excellence, community outreach and a balanced operating budget.

Each membership at the $1,000 level allows you to purchase up to 4 seats in the Premium section for each show you select as part of your subscription package. Additional seats in the Premium section may be purchased as part of your subscription package for an additional $250 contribution per seat. When subscription sales conclude, remaining Premium seats for each event, if any, will be offered first to Members before being released for sale to the general public. Memberships must be renewed annually.

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BROADWAY (2 Events) – Peak

$ 153

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BROADWAY (2 Events) – Non Peak

$ 139

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OFF-BROADWAY (4 Events) – Peak

$ 145

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OFF-BROADWAY (4 Events) – Non Peak

$ 133

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CLASSICAL VARIATIONS (3 Events)

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MUSICAL LEGENDS (3 Events)

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DANCE WITH A DIFFERENCE (2 Events)

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1 GREASE – Peak

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3 101 DALMATIANS – Peak

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4 101 DALMATIANS – Non Peak

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5 THE DOYLE & DEBBIE SHOW – Peak

$ 36

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6 THE DOYLE & DEBBIE SHOW – Non Peak

$ 31

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7 THE WONDER BREAD YEARS – Peak/Non Peak

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8 LADY BIRD, PAT & BETTY: TEA FOR THREE – Peak

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9 LADY BIRD, PAT & BETTY: TEA FOR THREE – Non Peak

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10 SISTER’S CHRISTMAS CATECHISM – Peak

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11 SISTER’S CHRISTMAS CATECHISM – Non Peak

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12 THE FIVE BROWNS

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13 PETER SCHICKELE’S P.D.Q. BACH - JEKYELL & HYDE

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14 LANG LANG, CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACH

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15 AMERICAN VOICES

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16 THE GUTHRIE FAMILY RIDES AGAIN

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17 SIMPLY SINATRA

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18 BALLROOM WITH A TWIST WITH MARIO LOPEZ

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19 GROOVALOO

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20 SAN JOSE TAIKO

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21 BALLET FOLKLÓRICO DE MÉXICO

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22 SPIRIT OF UGANDA

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23 CIRQUE MECHANICS: BIRDHOUSE FACTORY

$ 55

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$ 46

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24 A CONVERSATION WITH STEPHEN SONDHEIM

$ 73

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25 ONE NIGHT OF QUEEN

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26 THE CAPITOL STEPS

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27 PATTI LuPONE & MANDY PATINKIN

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28 A TEXAS CHRISTMAS CAROL* – Peak

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