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President Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act 1
In preparation for rehearsals of this play, actor Steve Vinovich and I toured the LBJ Ranch, and in the visitors center by Johnson’s home there is a display with TV’s that cover the significant events in LBJ’s life and the legacy of his administration.  The last TV features footage of […]

Director’s Notes: All The Way

Earlier this month we had an opportunity to chat with A Christmas Carol actor Paul Sanchez regarding his character, Bob Cratchit. Paul and the rest of the cast had a hand in shaping their characters, inspiring the script with traditions and touches from their own personal lives and holiday customs. […]

From The Desk Of Bob Cratchit: A Q&A With Actor ...

By Nat Miller, ZACH Theatre Education Director As I approach the holidays and the end of our three month run of A Year With Frog and Toad, I have a lot to be thankful for.  I am thankful to work for an organization that while opening a new theatre found […]

ZACH Theatre’s Promise to Austin’s Students

Q: What was your inspiration for your adaptation of A Christmas Carol?   A: I wrote and directed Rockin’ Christmas Party, a musical review with just enough script to hold the songs together, and it became a big Austin holiday tradition for so many people — I did it for […]

Q&A With A Christmas Carol Director, Dave Steakley

Meaningful Mail From An Adoring Young Fan By Logan Fox I think we all remember growing up and learning some of our first life lessons with Frog and Toad. Arnold Lobel has a magnificent way of phrasing the simplistic lessons that are valuable for a child’s development and a kind […]

Toad Gets A Letter!