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Meet the cast of In the Heights

Remaining performances:
Apr. 18-19 at 8pm
Apr. 19 at 2pm

This four-time Tony Award-winning  musical shows life in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York amongst the tight-knit community of Dominican-American residents.
Get an inside look at the rehearsal process and hear from multiple members of the production team in this exclusive video
Direction by Jerry Ruiz Ÿ- Choreography by Maria Antonieta (Toni) Bravo - Costume Design by Chin-Hua Yeh - Scenic Design by William Anderson - Project Design by Ryan Belock - Technical Direction by W. Scott Bussey - Lighting Design by Rachel Alulis - Stage Management by Victoria Solorio - Dramaturgy by Madilynn Garcia and Joshua Streeter 

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Meet the cast of In the Heights

Remaining performances:
Apr. 17-19 at 8pm
Apr. 19 at 2pm

This four-time Tony Award-winning  musical shows life in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York amongst the tight-knit community of Dominican-American residents.
Get an inside look at the rehearsal process and hear from multiple members of the production team in this exclusive video
Direction by Jerry Ruiz Ÿ- Choreography by Maria Antonieta (Toni) Bravo - Costume Design by Chin-Hua Yeh - Scenic Design by William Anderson - Project Design by Ryan Belock - Technical Direction by W. Scott Bussey - Lighting Design by Rachel Alulis - Stage Management by Victoria Solorio - Dramaturgy by Madilynn Garcia and Joshua Streeter 

Buy your tickets today online or by phone at 512-477-6060.

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Meet the cast of In the Heights

Remaining performances:
Apr. 16-19 at 8pm
Apr. 19 at 2pm

This four-time Tony Award-winning  musical shows life in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York amongst the tight-knit community of Dominican-American residents.
Get an inside look at the rehearsal process and hear from multiple members of the production team in this exclusive video
Direction by Jerry Ruiz Ÿ- Choreography by Maria Antonieta (Toni) Bravo - Costume Design by Chin-Hua Yeh - Scenic Design by William Anderson - Project Design by Ryan Belock - Technical Direction by W. Scott Bussey - Lighting Design by Rachel Alulis - Stage Management by Victoria Solorio - Dramaturgy by Madilynn Garcia and Joshua Streeter 

Buy your tickets today online or by phone at 512-477-6060.

For updates on this production, follow us on Facebook!

Meet the cast of In the Heights

Remaining performances:
Apr. 15-19 at 8pm
Apr. 19 at 2pm

This four-time Tony Award-winning  musical shows life in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York amongst the tight-knit community of Dominican-American residents.
Get an inside look at the rehearsal process and hear from multiple members of the production team in this exclusive video
Direction by Jerry Ruiz Ÿ- Choreography by Maria Antonieta (Toni) Bravo - Costume Design by Chin-Hua Yeh - Scenic Design by William Anderson - Project Design by Ryan Belock - Technical Direction by W. Scott Bussey - Lighting Design by Rachel Alulis - Stage Management by Victoria Solorio - Dramaturgy by Madilynn Garcia and Joshua Streeter 

Buy your tickets today online or by phone at 512-477-6060.

For updates on this production, follow us on Facebook!

Texas Theatre and Dance presents
Musical Theatre Performance Ensemble Showcase 2014

May 1, 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Winship Studio 2.180, F. Loren Winship Drama Building
300 E. 23rd Street, Austin, Texas 78712

Tickets: Free Admission
Seating is limited. Reserve your seat today by emailing charlottecampbell@utexas.edu

About Showcase 2014
Directed by Broadway veteran Danny Herman, Showcase 2014 features the talents of Texas Theatre and Dance undergraduate students Mallory Ayliffe, Allie Donnelly, Mandy Foster, J. Quinton Johnson, Devin Medley, Chris Montalvo and Lilly Stafford. The performance includes excerpts of original Broadway hits, and includes a sneak peek of Theatre and Dance’s next season’s musical smash.

Direction and Choreography by Danny Herman
Music Direction by Lyn Koenning
Assistant Direction and Choreography by Natasha Davison

Parking Information
The University requires all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to pay for parking on campus. Please be aware when you come to a performance that UT parking has changed and new signage has been posted in regards to the changes. All parking on campus – both ADA and non-ADA requires a permit or payment of fees.

Attendees may purchase parking in advance at a discounted rate for $3 for the reception online at utcofaparking.clickandpark.com/venue. Once online, select “Winship Studio” for venue and then select the performance date. The discounted parking is only available online until 10:00 p.m. the day prior to the event.

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For more information, contact Theatre and Dance at 512-471-5793 or theatreanddance@utexas.edu.

Dink O’Neal (BFA 1984) can be seen on Hotel Impossible (Travel Channel), Outrageous 911 Calls, Kickin’ It (Disney XD Channel) and a new “reality” show called Treasure King which follows a real life procurer of unusual objects as he works to pair up buyers with film memorabilia. To browse O’Neal’s future and past projects, visit his IMDb page. 

Dink O’Neal (BFA 1984) can be seen on Hotel Impossible (Travel Channel), Outrageous 911 Calls, Kickin’ It (Disney XD Channel) and a new “reality” show called Treasure King which follows a real life procurer of unusual objects as he works to pair up buyers with film memorabilia. To browse O’Neal’s future and past projects, visit his IMDb page

Kenneth Chu (MFA 1996) is the costume shop manager at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama. This year he helped a previous intern of his design a dress for her debutante ball. Their collaboration received positive attention from the local press. Read the full article about their work together here

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The Department of Theatre and Dance presents Ears, Eyes + Feet, collaborative works by composers, choreographers and video artists from The University of Texas at Austin.

May 2, 3 at 8:00 p.m.

B. Iden Payne Theatre, F. Loren Winship Drama Building
300 E. 23rd Street, Austin, Texas 78712

The performances are free and open to the public.

About Ears, Eyes + Feet
This annual performance of collaborative invention and experimentation showcases the talents of students and faculty from the Butler School of Music and Department of Theatre and Dance. Works include new choreography by Amber Wall, Kassie Kelly, Mackenzie Taylor, Morganne Mazeika, Stacy Skolnik, Sunny Shen and Hillary Richerson.

Special Offering for May 2!
Come early and enjoy a double-feature of talent! Patrons are invited to attend the Musical Theatre Performance Ensemble Showcase at 6:30 p.m. on May 2 prior to Ears, Eyes + Feet at 8:00 p.m. Two FREE shows -  One Night Only!

Parking Information
The University requires all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to pay for parking on campus. Please be aware when you come to a performance that UT parking has changed and new signage has been posted in regards to the changes. All parking on campus – both ADA and non-ADA requires a permit or payment of fees.

Attendees may purchase parking in advance at a discounted rate for $3 for the reception online at utcofaparking.clickandpark.com/venue. The discounted parking is only available online until 10:00 p.m. the day prior to the event.

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For more information about Ears, Eyes + Feet, call 512-471-5793 or email theatreanddance@utexas.edu.

Todd Lowe (BFA 1999) stars in the romantic comedy-drama Sequoia that premiered at SXSW 2014. Lowe plays the role of “Oscar MacGrady,” the father that goes in search of his suicidal daughter. For a more expansive synopsis of the film, visit here. To watch the trailer, visit here