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TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS

EXPLORE. EXPERIENCE. LEARN. Campus & Community Engagement


Did You Know? We offer $10 student and $12 military tickets for all Texas Performing Arts Essential Series performances. For more information: texasperformingarts.org 512.471.4444

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Cover photo by Lawrence Peart; Photo by Robert Silver

Trey McLaughlin & The Sounds of Zamar during a Youth Performance

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WELCOME TO TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS

The 2019-20 Texas Performing Arts season has arrived! Through Campus & Community programs, we provide dedicated events designed to deepen your understanding and enjoyment of many of the performances you attend. Three overarching goals form the cornerstone of our activities as we seek to engage, educate, and bring artists together with The University of Texas at Austin community and Central Texas audience. We strive to: • Align with the university’s academic mission • Provide unique opportunities for student engagement • Be a part of cultural leadership in the community Each year, we welcome thousands of guests at various events ranging from brown bag lunches with Broadway cast members to pre-performance talks presented by faculty and other experts. We also host youth performances for grade 6-12 students and master classes by visiting artists. We believe that these events offer valuable insight into the training, technical skills, and the creative process of working artists. For the latest information on our new and upcoming events, visit texasperformingarts.org/get-involved. We look forward to seeing you!

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ABOUT OUR PARTNERS

Community Arts Partners We co-sponsor events at our partners’ venues including the Jewish Community Center of Austin, City of Austin Senior Activity Centers, George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, Asian American Cultural Center, and the Austin Public Library. By working together, partners strengthen each other, and reach far beyond what one entity alone can provide Central Texas communities. Campus Arts Partners We share a collaborative spirit with colleges, academic departments, and programs. Our goal is to enhance and broaden the scope of the performing arts as an educational tool. We have been pleased to partner with Humanities Institute, Steve Hicks School of Social Work, Briscoe Center for American History, Harry Ransom Center, John L. Warfield Center for African and AfricanAmerican Studies, Austin Community College District, and Huston-Tillotson University among others. Lexus Broadway in Austin Each season, we are proud to partner with Lexus Broadway in Austin to provide unique and exciting opportunities for community members to engage with touring companies. Events range from community brown bag lunches to master classes and behind-the-scenes tours.

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ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS

Focus on Seniors Through our program, An Evening Out at Texas Performing Arts, complimentary tickets are allocated to seniors with limited means as well as persons with special needs to experience live performance. Participating partners include City of Austin Senior Activity Centers and Austin State Hospital. Military Support Program We continue our partnership and are involved with the Military Veterans Advisory Council at The University of Texas at Austin and have been a part of the Creative Forces Texas Arts and Military Network. Educational Programming for Grades 6-12 Read more on page 22.

Photos by Lawrence Peart

Our activities include: · Brown Bag Lunches · University Master Classes · Pre and Post-Performance Talks · Class Visits · School Visits · Community Happenings · Youth Performances

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2019–20 SEASON EVENT CALENDAR Essential Series Events Triptych (Eyes of One on Another)

Class Visit

Fri, Sep 20

The Percussion Collective

Master Class

Tue, Sep 24

Sean Dorsey Dance

Class Visit

Tue, Sep 24

Workshop

Thu, Sep 26

Class Visit

Thu, Sep 26

Class Visit

Fri, Sep 27

Anderson & Roe Piano Duo

Master Class

Thu, Oct 10

Nobuntu

Youth Performance

Thu, Oct 24

Rennie Harris Funkedified

Master Class

Mon, Oct 28

Pre-Performance Talk

Tue, Oct 29

Post-Performance Event

Tue, Oct 29

Hook ‘Em Arts

Mon, Nov 11

Class Visit

Tue, Nov 12

Artist Tour

Tue, Nov 12

Community Happening

Tue, Nov 12

Class Visit

Wed, Nov 13

Community Happening

Wed, Nov 13

Class Visit

Thu, Jan 30

Post-Performance Talk

Sat, Feb 1

Community Happening

Fri, Feb 14

Post-Performance Talk

Sat, Feb 15

MOMIX Viva MOMIX

Pre-Performance Talk

Fri, Apr 3

Bella Gaia: Beautiful Earth

Youth Performance

Wed, Apr 22

Post-Performance Talk

Wed, Apr 22

Martha Redbone Bone Hill

AXIS Dance Company

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Lexus Broadway in Austin Series Events Les Miserables

Brown Bag Lunch

Wed, Sep 11

Jesus Christ Superstar

Brown Bag Lunch

Thu, Oct 10

Behind The Scenes

TBD

Brown Bag Lunch

Wed, Dec 11

School Visit

Thu, Dec 12

Hello Dolly

Brown Bag Lunch

TBD

Come From Away

School Visit

Wed, Feb 19

Class Visit

TBD

Dear Evan Hansen

Behind The Scenes Disney’s Aladdin A Bronx Tale

Attendance at some of our events is limited. Please use the following key when browsing the calendar. All locations are on the UT campus unless otherwise noted with an address.

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Brown Bag Lunch

TBD

C  ommunity Happening

TBD

Brown Bag Lunch

TBD

School Visit

TBD

OPEN TO:

General Public Performance Ticket Holders UT Students Enrolled in a Related Course Central Texas Students and Educators

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The performances Triptych (Eyes of One on Another), Sean Dorsey Dance BOYS IN TROUBLE, and Martha Redbone Bone Hill: The Concert are part of TPA’s The Power of Protest: Arts and Civil Disobedience project. The Power of Protest explores how work in the performing and visual arts has the ability to become, in and of itself, an act of civil disobedience with capacity to drive social and political change. The topic is motivated by the increasingly contentious climate in the United States, as demonstrated by worldwide protests for women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, immigration reform, healthcare reform, environmental protection, the guarantee of racial equality, and the current national controversy regarding the continued display or removal of monuments honoring Confederate generals across the country. The broad exploration of protest and civil disobedience also allows for the inclusion of concepts like identity, voice, agency and reflection. The Power of Protest is made possible by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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Triptych (Eyes of One on Another) Fri, Sep 20 Bass Concert Hall Music, poetry, and photography come together in a theatrical context, exploring the impact that photographer Robert Mapplethorpe’s work had on the lives and careers of composer Bryce Dessner (The National) and librettist korde arrington tuttle. CLASS VISIT

Performance as Public Practice Fri, Sep 20 Art Auditorium Hosted by, Madge Darlington, Lecturer, Brockett Center for Theatre History and Criticism, Theatre and Dance, College of Fine Arts

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Production Photos by Maria Baranova © Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Used with permission.

THE POWER OF PROTEST: ARTS AND CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE


Sean Dorsey Dance BOYS IN TROUBLE Fri, Sep 27 McCullough Theatre

The Percussion Collective Tue, Sep 24 McCullough Theatre Many of today’s brightest percussion stars come together to transcend the medium of percussion through uncommon performance experiences that surprise and engage audiences at a profound emotional level. MASTER CLASS

Hosted by Thomas Burritt, Professor of Percussion, Butler School of Music, College of Fine Arts

The presentation of Sean Dorsey Dance BOYS IN TROUBLE was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. CLASS VISIT

Dance History Tue, Sep 24 Winship Drama Building Hosted by Dr. Rebecca Rossen, Associate Professor, Department of Theatre and Dance, College of Fine Arts WORKSHOP

Researching Performance/ Performing Research Thu, Sep 26 Winship Drama Building

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Percussion Master Classes Tue, Sep 24 Butler School of Music

Trailblazing transgender choreographer Sean Dorsey returns to the stage with BOYS IN TROUBLE, a new evening of dances that unpack masculinity with unflinching honesty.

Hosted by Dr. Rebecca Rossen, Associate Professor, Department of Theatre and Dance, College of Fine Arts CLASS VISIT

Queer Ethnographies Thu, Sep 26 Student Activity Center

Photos by Kegan Marling, Matthew Corona Goldstein

Hosted by Sofian Merabet, Instructor, Dept of Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts CLASS VISIT

Performance as Public Practice Fri, Sep 27 Hosted by Charlotte Canning, Professor, Senior Associate Chair, Department of Theatre and Dance, College of Fine Arts

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Nobuntu

Thu, Oct 24 Bass Concert Hall This award-winning, allfemale a cappella quintet from Zimbabwe has drawn international acclaim for its fusion of traditional music, afro-jazz, and gospel. YOUTH PERFORMANCE

Nobuntu Thu Oct 24 11 am Bass Concert Hall Open to students grades 6-12

Anderson & Roe Piano Duo

Reservations required. See page 22 for details.

Thu, Oct 10 Bates Recital Hall Hailed as “rock stars of the classical music world� (Miami Herald), Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe are revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century. MASTER CLASS

Piano Master Classes Thu, Oct 10 Butler School of Music

Photo by Brian Mengini

Hosted by Anton Nel, Professor of Piano, Butler School of Music, College of Fine Arts

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Rennie Harris Funkedified Tue, Oct 29 Bass Concert Hall Considered to be the pioneer of “Street Dance” Theater, Rennie Harris presents his new evening-long multimedia work that celebrates funk music and street dance of the 1970s. MASTER CLASS

Hosted by Darla Johnson, Adjunct Dance Professor Public and College Relations, Arts and Digital Media, Austin Community College

Featuring Rodney Hill, Company Manager, Rennie Harris Puremovement American Street Dance Theater Company POST-PERFORMANCE EVENT

Meet & Greet with Company Members Tue, Oct 29 Following the Performance Bass Concert Hall The Loft - Level 6 TICK E T HO LDE RS

Dance Master Class Mon, Oct 28 Austin Community College, Highland Campus

PRE-PERFORMANCE TALK

Discussion with Rodney Hill Tue, Oct 29 6:45 pm Bass Concert Hall - Level 4

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Martha Redbone Bone Hill: The Concert Sat Feb 1 McCullough Theatre

Presented as a dramatic musical work with a cast of eight actors/musicians, this epic journey covers 200 years of singersongwriter Martha Redbone’s family history in the Appalachian Mountains. She explores the lives and stories of four generations of Cherokee women through a spectrum of American Root music including traditional Cherokee chants and lullabies, bluegrass, country, gospel, jazz, rock & roll, rhythm & blues, and funk. This performance is made possible by a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Photo by Craig Bailey

H  OOK ‘EM ARTS

Meet & Greet with Martha Redbone Mon, Nov 11 5 pm Bass Concert Hall CLASS VISIT

RESIDENCY VISIT

American Studies Native American Cultures North of Mexico Tue, Nov 12

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Hosted by Circe Sturm, Professor, Department of Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts

Martha Redbone Visits Greatest Hits: The Briscoe Center Music Collection Tue, Nov 12 Briscoe Center for American History Hosted by Alison Beck, Director of Special Projects, Sarah Sonner, Associate Director of Curation, and John Wheat, Curator/Music Archivist

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A Conversation about American Root Music with Martha Redbone Tue, Nov 12 6 pm Briscoe Center for American History 2300 Red River St Austin, TX 78712 7 pm Reception & Self-Guided Tour to Follow Sponsored by Briscoe Center for American History, Humanities Institute and Texas Performing Arts

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CLASS VISIT

Hosted by Erika Bsumek, Professor, Department of History, College of Liberal Arts

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CLASS VISIT

Difficult Dialogues: Indigeneity, the Land, and Artistic Expression with Martha Redbone, Angelo Baca, and Anne Lewis Wed, Nov 13 7 pm Texas Union Santa Rosa Room 2308 Whitis Ave Austin, TX 78712

Engaging with the Arts from the Audience Thu, Jan 30 Hosted by Tim Rogers, Lecturer, Texas Performing Arts

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Introduction to Native American Histories (American Studies 315) Wed, Nov 13

POST-PERFORMANCE TALK

Discussion with Martha Sat, Feb 1 Immediately following performance McCullough Theatre

Hosted by Pauline Strong, Director, Humanities Institute and Professor, Anthropology and Gender Studies, College of Liberal Arts

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AXIS Dance Company Sat, Feb 15 Bass Concert Hall

AXIS Dance Company, one of the world’s most acclaimed and innovative ensembles of performers with and without disabilities, will change the way you think about dance and the possibilities of the human body forever. COMMUNITY HAPPENING

Hosted by Celia Hughes, Executive Director of Art Spark Texas (formerly VSA Texas) POST-PERFORMANCE TALK

Discussion with Company Members Sat, Feb 15 Immediately following performance Bass Concert Hall

MOMIX

Fri, Apr 3 Bass Concert Hall Recognized internationally for presenting work of exceptional innovation and physical artistry, MOMIX performs a piece that combines the illusion, beauty, magic, fun, and inventiveness, that have become the company’s defining elements. PRE-PERFORMANCE TALK

Discussion with Company Members Fri, April 3 6:45 pm Bass Concert Hall Level 4 Hosted by Darla Johnson, Adjunct Dance Professor Public and College Relations, Arts & Digital Media, Austin Community College

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Photos by David DeSilva, Charles Paul Azzopardi, Courtesy of Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Body Shift Workshop Fri, Feb 14 Time TBD Location TBD


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Bella Gaia: Beautiful Earth Wed, Apr 22 Bass Concert Hall

Bella Gaia: Beautiful Earth is an awardwinning, immersive, live multimedia performance of projected NASA visualizations of Earth from Space, with live world music on stage.

YOUTH PERFORMANCE

Bella Gaia: Beautiful Earth Wed, April 22 11 am Bass Concert Hall Open to students grades 6-12 Reservations required. See page 22 for details.

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CEN TRA L T E X A S ST UD E NT S

Photos by David DeSilva, Denver Museum of Nature and Science

POST-PERFORMANCE TALK

Meet & Greet with Company Members Wed, Apr 22 Following the Evening Performance Bass Concert Hall The Loft - Level 6


Les Misérables

LEXUS BROADWAY IN AUSTIN Each season, in partnership with Broadway Across America and professional Broadway touring artists, we provide unique and exciting opportunities for Central Texas students and the community-at-large to take part in a number of events. Join us at informal gatherings for a rare chance to learn from a wide range of artists, designers, and technicians. Unless otherwise noted, events are free and open to the general public.

Sep 10–15 Bass Concert Hall Cameron Mackintosh presents the new production of Alain Boublil and ClaudeMichel Schönberg’s Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon, Les Misérables, direct from its acclaimed Broadway return. With its glorious new staging and dazzlingly reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo, this breathtaking new production has left both audiences and critics awestruck. BROWN BAG LUNCH

Q&A with Company Members Wed, Sep 11 12–1 pm Jewish Community Center 7300 Hart Lane Austin, TX 78731 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Center of Austin

All Events Are Subject to Change

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The Company of Les Misérables performs “One Day More”; Photo by Matthew Murphy

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Jesus Christ Superstar Oct 8–13 Bass Concert Hall With music and lyrics by Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony winners Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, Jesus Christ Superstar is set against the backdrop of an extraordinary series of events during the final weeks in the life of Jesus Christ as seen through the eyes of Judas. Originally staged by London’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, this production won the 2017 Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival. BROWN BAG LUNCH

BEHIND THE SCENES

Lunch and Discussion with Company Members Thu, Oct 10 12–1 pm Senior Activity Center-Lamar 2874 Shoal Crest Ave Austin, TX 78705

Backstage Set Tour with Area High School Students Date TBD Bass Concert Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Co-sponsored by the City of Austin Senior Activity Center, Austin Parks and Recreation

Photo by Evan TK Zimmerman

CEN TRA L T E X A S ST UD E NT S

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Dear Evan Hansen Dec 10–15 Bass Concert Hall

Ben Levi Ross as ‘Evan Hansen’ and the Company of the First North American Tour of Dear Evan Hansen; Photo by Matthew Murphy

Winner of 6 Tony Awards® including Best Musical, Dear Evan Hansen is the deeply personal and profoundly contemporary musical about life and the way we live it. The New York Times calls the show “a gut-punching, breathtaking knockout of a musical.” BROWN BAG LUNCH

Q&A with Company Members Wed, Dec 11 12–1 pm Overture Mueller 4818 Berkman Drive Austin, Texas 78723 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Co-sponsored by Overture Mueller

SCHOOL VISIT

Tell Me Your Story: Q&A with Cast Members Date TBD Crockett High School Austin ISD

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Come From Away

Jan 21–26 Bass Concert Hall

Feb 18–23 Bass Concert Hall

Winner of four Tony Awards® including Best Musical Revival, Hello, Dolly! is the universally acclaimed smash that NPR calls “the best show of the year!” Director Jerry Zaks’ “gorgeous” new production (Vogue) is “making people crazy happy” (The Washington Post) and is “a musical comedy dream!” (Rolling Stone).

The New York Times Critics’ Pick takes you into the heart of the remarkable true story of 7,000 stranded passengers and the small town in Newfoundland that welcomed them. Cultures clashed and nerves ran high, but uneasiness turned into trust, music soared into the night, and gratitude grew into enduring friendships.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Co-sponsored by The Village at The Triangle

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CLASS VISIT

Tell Me Your Story Q&A with Cast Members Wed, Feb 19 Westwood High School, Round Rock ISD

Engaging with the Arts from the Audience Date TBD Bass Concert Hall Hosted by Tim Rogers, Lecturer, Texas Performing Arts

BEHIND THE SCENES

Backstage Tour Hook’em Arts Date TBD Bass Concert Hall Hosted by Tim Rogers, Lecturer, Texas Performing Arts CEN TRA L T E X A S ST UD E NT S

Hello, Dolly! National Tour Company; Photo by Julieta Cervantes

BROWN BAG LUNCH

Q&A with Company Members Date TBD 12–1 pm The Village at The Triangle 4517 Triangle Ave Austin, TX 78751

SCHOOL VISIT

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Hello, Dolly!


Disney’s Aladdin Mar 11–22 Bass Concert Hall From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. COMMUNITY HAPPENING

Meet & Greet Company Members Date TBD St. David’s Children’s Hospital BROWN BAG LUNCH

Q&A with Company Members Date TBD 12–1 pm Austin Public Library (Central) 710 W. Cesar Chavez Austin, TX 78701

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Arabian Nights. Photo by Deen van Meer. © DIsney

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Co-sponsored by Austin Public Library


May 5–10 Bass Concert Hall Broadway’s hit crowd-pleaser takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s, where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be.

BROWN BAG LUNCH

Q&A with Company Members Date TBD 12–1 pm The University of Texas Club, Level 6 2108 Robert Dedman Dr. Austin, TX 78712 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Co-sponsored by The University of Texas Club

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Bursting with high-energy dance numbers and original doo-wop tunes from Academy Award® and Tony® Award-winner Alan Menken and Tony® Award-nominee Glenn Slater, A BRONX TALE is an unforgettable story of loyalty and family created by Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri, Academy Award® winner Robert De Niro, Tony® Award winner Jerry Zaks and Tony® Award winner Sergio Trujillo.

SCHOOL VISIT

Tell Me Your Story Q&A with Cast Members Date TBD Manor High School, Manor ISD

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A Bronx Tale

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Students at a youth performance.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS (GRADES 6-12)

Youth Performances Texas Performing Arts selects two Essential Series performances each season to provide opportunities for a strong artistic and cultural impression on youth. Youth Performances are free of charge for educators and their grade 6-12 students.

Nobuntu Thu, Oct 24 11 am–12 pm Bass Concert Hall

Bella Gaia: Beautiful Earth Wed, Apr 22 11 am–12 pm Bass Concert Hall

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Photo by Robert Silver

Includes: • Related standard-based lessons and in-school presentations • Post-Performance Q&A for maximum learning experience Bus grant information is available at bit.ly/2mhcnfT


Students Experiencing the Arts with their Teachers Ticket Program Thanks to the generosity of Texas Performing Arts donors, we are able to offer grade 6-12 students and their teachers FREE tickets to select Essential Series performances. To relate this experience to classroom instruction, teachers must attend the performance with their students. Teacher Tix at TPA We’re excited to offer Teacher Tix, a new program that provides grade 6-12 educators a complimentary pair of tickets to select performances in appreciation of their work shaping future generations of artists and arts appreciators. Sign up to receive periodic emails with a list of educator-specific offers and invitations at texasperformingarts.org/teacher-tix-tpa

Performing Arts and Academic Connection (PAAC) In the Performing Arts and Academic Connection (PAAC) program, TPA staff members collaborate with Language Arts teachers to provide related, standards-based lessons that provide an academic connection to performing arts. This year, we welcome Round Rock ISD to the program and celebrate our sixth year with Bastrop ISD. In past years, the PAAC program ran in Elgin and Del Valle ISDs. Behind the Scenes Career and STEAM Tours TPA staff members lead Behind-The-Scenes Career tours backstage, introducing students to highly-skilled staff members. Our tours are centered around career paths in areas such as audio, lighting, scenery design, and prop making. We also offer tours that focus on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) skills that are required in these roles. Teacher Appreciation Night At our second annual Teacher Appreciation Night, we will recognize teachers for their dedication and hard work. Area fine arts teachers and administrators will be treated to an evening of fun with the male a cappella group Straight No Chaser in Bass Concert Hall.

These programs are open to all public and private grade 6-12 educators in Texas. For questions, ticket requests, or career tour requests, contact Brenda Simms at 512.471.2131 or bsimms@texasperformingarts.org

Photo by TK

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STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

Texas Performing Arts Is dedicated to enriching the experience of students on The University of Texas at Austin campus through education, performance, and collaboration.

Student Employment Program Over 100 students work alongside our professional staff in all areas of our organization. From production to marketing, our students are integral members of our team. Building on the hands-on training and experience they have received, our students have gone on to work for Broadway Across America, Santa Fe Opera, and The Kennedy Center to name a few.

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Photos by Lawrence Peart

Educational Opportunities Longhorns have many opportunities to learn from artists. Students can purchase $10 Student Tickets to every Essential Series performance at any time. Many of our visiting artists also guest lecture and teach master classes.


Hook ’em Arts Hook ’em Arts is the student voice of Texas Performing Arts. These students work to increase awareness of our organization through student outreach and events. Their goal is to connect with others who enjoy the arts and help TPA become an integral part of campus life. Members also enjoy guest lectures at Hook ’em Arts meetings or Meet & Greets by visiting artists a few times a year. Students of all educational backgrounds are welcome! Read more about our student programs at texasperformingarts.org/students.

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Parking We understand it can sometimes be challenging to park on The University of Texas campus for our events. Please be aware that all parking on campus, both ADA and non-ADA, requires a permit or payment of fees, including the ADA parking spaces on Robert Dedman Drive, at all times. Visit texasperformingarts.org/visit/ directions-parking for the most up-to-date information, including links to purchase discounted, pre-paid event parking.

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TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS P.O. Box 7818, Austin, TX 78713-7818

The arts enrich lives, and here at Texas Performing Arts we provide world-class music, theater, and dance performances as well as the best touring Broadway productions. We elevate these experiences through fun, educational programming made possible by the generosity of our donors. Consider making a difference today and helping spread the gift of the performing arts. texasperformingarts.org/support

CONTACT

Judith Rhedin

Assistant Director, Campus & Community Engagement jrhedin@texasperformingarts.org 512.471.6376

Brenda Simms

Education & Curriculum Development bsimms@texasperformingarts.org 512.471.2131

To purchase performance tickets: texasperformingarts.org 512.477.6060

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Public and private community events related to the 2019-20 Texas Performing Arts Season.

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Public and private community events related to the 2019-20 Texas Performing Arts Season.

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