Category Archives : Austin Live Theatre


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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 ...


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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


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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!







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Experience the international musical phenomenon LES MISÉRABLES, up-close and personal, in the intimate Topfer Theatre! Soaring anthems, unbridled patriotism and the quest for redemption reveal the heart of a man who must leave his past behind to fight for life, love and liberty. Photos from ZACH's production below are by photographer Kirk Tuck.

Photo Gallery: LES MISÉRABLES


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ZACH's production of the Broadway-bound musical ONE NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN, created, written and directed by Randy Johnson, is live on stage for a limited time. See it first at ZACH before it hits Broadway this fall! Photos from the production (below) are courtesy of ZACH Photographer Kirk Tuck. Feel free to share these photos on your favorite social networking sites or blog, but please credit Kirk Tuck wherever they appear.

Photo Gallery: ONE NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN live at ZACH ...


In this Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy "Austin's favorite actor" (The Austin Chronicle), Martin Burke stars as Elwood P. Dowd, a happy-go-lucky chap with a kind word for everyone he meets, especially his invisible best friend, a six-foot tall rabbit named "Harvey." When Elwood's social-climbing sister, played by Lauren Lane, decides to have him committed, this delightful play embarks on a madcap discovery that is by turns hilarious and endearing. Maybe our dreams are more important than we ever imagined.

Video: HARVEY at ZACH Theatre