Tucked behind the racks of sequined dresses and boxes of buttons that clutter UT’s costume shop, wig and makeup specialist Allison Lowery weaves hair-like thread into her latest
Storytellers will share their stories Wednesday night at the Spider House Ballroom during (un)Spoken, a new series from the producers of BedPost Confessions — an Austin-based group that hosts live shows aimed to increase dialogues around sex.
Who’s better to save a struggling shoe factory than a hair-twirling drag queen? Lola, the star of Broadway Play “Kinky Boots,” a classic tale of reinvention turned into a heart-warming story of love, acceptance and fabulous shoes.
Dancers, comedians and singers will perform in a display of black talent as part of the African-American Culture Committee’s (AACC) annual “Culture Shock” showcase in the Hogg Auditorium Friday evening.
As the sun sets on the shores of Lake Austin, torchlights flicker on at the Curtain Theater. Actors in full Elizabethan dress step onto the stage, and stories written hundreds of years ago come to life within the vaulted wooden rafters of the O-shaped theater.
Students scramble to type out a story line, manage a group of actors and remember their parts as they work through the process of writing, directing and performing a play — all within the span of four days.