Other 1997-98 Seasons


Austin Lyric Opera

Bass Concert Hall, UT campus, 472-5992

  • Andrea Chénier, by Giordano, Nov 21-24
  • CAV/PAG (Cavalleria Rusticana, by Mascagni;
  • I Pagliacci, by Leoncavallo), Jan 9-11
  • The Barber of Seville, by Rossini, Mar 13-16


Ballet Austin

Bass Concert Hall, UT campus, 476-2163

  • Cinderella, choreography: Mills & Lambrou, Sep 12-14
  • Serenade, choreography: Balanchine; Size Nine Spirit, choreography: Pucci, Oct 30-Nov 2
  • The Nutcracker, choreography: Lambrou, Dec 12-21
  • Ulysses, choreography: Lambrou, Mar 6-8
  • Romeo & Juliet, choreography: Lambrou, Apr 3-5


Frontera@Hyde Park Theatre

511 W. 43rd, 302-4933

  • Aria Inertia, by Phelps, Jul 3-12
  • Clayangels, by D. A. Jones & T. C. Jones, Jul 17-Aug 9
  • Madizm, by Miller, Jul 22-Aug 6
  • David's Red-Haired Death, by Kramer, Sep 11-Oct 4
  • Managed Care, by Tomlinson, Sep 15-24


Live Oak Theatre at the State

713 Congress, 472-5143

  • Man of La Mancha, by Wasserman, Sep 5-Oct 12
  • A Delicate Balance, by Albee, Oct 24-Nov 16
  • I'm Not Rappaport, by Gardner, Jan 9-Feb 8
  • Beast on the Moon, by Kalinoski, Feb 20-Apr 26
  • Down Along the Brazos, by Schave, Mar 27-Apr 26
  • To Be Announced, May 8-Jun 7


The Paramount Theatre

713 Congress, 472-5411

  • Damn Yankees, Oct 24 & 25
  • West Side Story, by Bernstein, Sondheim, & Laurents, Nov 15- 16
  • STOMP!, Feb 4-8
  • Debbie Reynolds, Feb 14
  • Carousel, by Rodgers & Hammerstein, Feb 20- 21
  • To Kill a Mockingbird, from Harper Lee, Mar 12
  • Annie, by Strouse & Charnin, Apr 4 & 5
  • Maureen McGovern, May 3
  • Red, White, and Tuna, by Howard, Sears, & Williams, May 8-10


The Public Domain

807 Congress, 474-6202

  • Dracula, by Dietz, from Bram Stoker, Oct
  • The Bald Soprano, by Ionesco, Jan
  • Galileo, by Brecht, Apr


UT Dept of Theatre & Dance

Winship Drama Building, UT campus 471-1444

  • Holiday, by Barry, Oct 9-24
  • Bocon, by Loomer, Oct 16-26
  • The Love of the Nightingale, by Wertenbaker, Nov 13-23
  • An Evening of Dance, Feb 26-Mar 4
  • Road's End, by Groce, Mar 5-13
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Shakespeare, Apr 12-19
  • Therese Raquin, by Bell, from Zola, Apr 16-May 2


UT Austin Performing Arts Center

Bass Concert Hall, UT campus 471-1444

  • Tommy Tune, Sep 21
  • Smokey Joe's Cafe Sep 23-28
  • Sydney Dance Company: Free Radicals, Oct 21
  • Les Enfants Terribles, by Glass & Marshall, Nov 4
  • The Phantom of the Opera, by Lloyd Webber, Jan 27-Feb 1
  • Tharp!, choreography by Twyla Tharp, Apr 14

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