Win Festival Passes to the Out of the Loop Fringe Festival and see works by Ah, Whoopsies, Audiacity Theatre Lab, DGDG, Jenn Dodd, Jordan Cleaver, Miniature Curiosa, QLive, Rhythmic Souls, WaterTower Theatre . . . You get the idea.
See the creative genius and legacy of Chuck Jones.
The new AT&T PAC’s Broadway Series features Matilda, a big hit in both London and New York, plus the jukebox musicals, Jersey Boys and Beautiful — The Carole King Musical. But there’s also a bonus announcement for the next next season
The Last Two People on Earth is a charming vaudeville revue, an opportunity to see the great Mandy Patinkin and Taylor Mac sing songs, slap some sticks, learn to share. It’s also just too easy, too safe for its warm-hearted ‘let’s all get together’ message.
Brush up on your classical theatrical works, ones that has withstood the test of time. Check out DTC’s newest initiative and one of this week’s Big Deals.
The world-premiere Last Two People on Earth finds Emmy Award-winner Mandy Patinkin pairing off against drag performance artist Taylor Mac in a song-and-dance Waiting for Godot. As end-of-the-world scenarios go, that sounds more fun than most.
Win passes to see John Waters.
The ‘Hee Haw’ musical, Moonshine, will be co-composed by Texas country music star Shane McAnally. All the Way, which starred Bryan Cranston on Broadway, is a co-production with Houston’s Alley Theatre, while one of the new plays, Deferred Action, is a collaboration with Cara Mia Theater.
Get those imaginations going with one of these kid-friendly events.
The deadline is January 9.