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Austin theater alum Tyler Mount wins Tony Award

12:40 pm Jun. 14, 2018

Tyler Mount, who studied at St. Edward’s University and developed a popular vlog for Playbill.com, took home a Tony Award on Sunday. Mount recently returned to town to emcee the Greater Austin High School Musical Theatre Awards.

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Summer Stock Austin is a-comin’ down the street

9:44 am Jun. 6, 2018

Before you know it, Summer Stock Austin will be packing folks into the air-conditioned Rollins Studio Theatre for three shows at the Long Center for the Performing Arts.

Last year, we were bowled over by “Annie Get Your Gun” and mightily amused

Juneteenth performance of ex-slave testaments to honor Billy Harden

12:40 pm May. 23, 2018

Spectrum Theatre Company, the African-American troupe that the late Billy Harden co-founded, will commemorate the Austin actor, musician, educator and leader on June 16-17 with “Juneteenth Chronicles.”

The show, created by Austin playwright Abena Edwards, pulls together passages from

Winning the Austin High School Musical Theatre Awards

10:48 am Apr. 19, 2018

Forget the Oscars. Never mind the Tonys. Pay no attention to the Grammys.

Give us the Greater Austin High School Musical Theatre Awards.

Sure, last night’s ceremony at the Long Center clocked in at just under four hours. Nevertheless, we

Austin dancer Kele Roberson heads to the Royal Ballet

9:58 am Aug. 20, 2017

Kele Roberson, who studied at Austin’s Dance Institute and the  Austin School for the Performing and Visual Arts, deferred a $25,000 scholarship to the Juilliard School in order to join the Royal Ballet School in London. This program funnels some dancers

Look who won the Austin high school musical awards

8:20 am Apr. 14, 2017

The Long Center was packed and loud. The show was long and cool. If anyone kept track of the shows tunes performed during the Greater Austin High School Musical Theatre Awards last night, they surely got dizzy