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Ground Floor Theatre's Long Comeback
With Gibberish Mostly, Lisa Scheps' company makes its long-awaited return to the stage scene
Arts Story  September 21, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Four months. That's how long Lisa Scheps expected it would take to resolve the code compliance issues that shut down Ground Floor Theatre, her performance venue on Springdale Road, in January 2016..."

Lisa Scheps' Ground Floor Theatre
The tireless advocate for the underserved has built a home for their stories
Arts Story  December 17, 2015, by Jenn Lewis
"...The dreamlike haze fades, the stage lights come up, and onto the playing space steps Lisa Scheps. Classy and a bit sassy, this woman of the theatre stands at center and begins her melody, a symbolic tune for communities too little seen on the stage..."

Ground Floor Theatre's White Rabbit Red Rabbit
In Nassim Soleimanpour’s play, what happens is as much a surprise for the actor as for the audience
Arts Review  March 22, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...You know how you go into a theatre and you often know nothing of the script, and very little about the show itself? All to the good, of course, because fuck spoilers, am I right? But in presentations of White Rabbit Red Rabbit, that's true for the actors, too. There's a different actor working solo for each performance, and they're handed the script only seconds before they go onstage – a stage mostly bare except for a chair, a ladder, a low table, and a pair of drinking glasses...."

Ground Floor Theatre’s Gibberish Mostly
This production of Max Langert’s brave play breaks the silence about autism and the stigma and shame surrounding it
Arts Review  September 28, 2017, by T. Lynn Mikeska
"...The production, directed by Lisa Scheps (founder and co-director of Ground Floor Theatre), makes the most of Langert's smart script, featuring a solid cast (comprised of Julie Linnard, Holley Garrison, Suzanne Balling, and Dale Sandish), and a set that can only be described as a lovely two-tone minimalist playhouse (courtesy of Chris Conard and Kevin Squires). The show is also the inaugural piece for Ground Floor Theatre's newly reopened performance space, which is definitely worth celebrating...."

Ground Plan
Lisa Scheps' Christmas gift to the local stage scene is a new performance venue, Ground Floor Theatre
Arts Story  November 26, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...For most people who have run a theatre of their own, once is enough. The unrelenting pressures of upkeep, facility management, bills, fundraising, and renters who are show people – who aren't exactly known for either their equanimity or economic stability – take a heavy toll, and when folks exit the business, they leave that door closed...."

Capital T Theatre's I and You
Lauren Gunderson's play uses Whitman's "Song of Myself" as a vehicle for two teens on the cusp of adulthood to explore identity
Arts Review  April 12, 2018, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...For most of the Capital T Theatre production, it feels like two precocious, prickly teenagers collaborating on an all-nighter. It mostly works..."

Capital T Theatre's Hir
The Capital T Theatre production of Taylor Mac's absurdist satire puts the front lines of combat inside an American home
Arts Review  January 12, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Isaac thought he was leaving the war zone when he made it home from his three-year tour of duty in Afghanistan, but it turns out the young Marine on mortuary detail was just trading one battlefront for another. The instant he steps inside his family's old, worn suburban bungalow and gets a look at its current state – a cunning reveal in Capital T Theatre's staging, as the whole house rotates from exterior view to interior – Isaac is met with chaos: a living room and kitchen so trashed-out that it looks like it was raided by a marauding army..."

Found in the Ground
Mother Falcon takes flight – past Paganini
Music Story  July 30, 2010, by Margaret Moser
"...That connection extends into the community of peers. Mother Falcon recently scored the soundtrack for local theatre piece re:Psyche and works closely with fellow wunderkind Speak..."

Empowering Queer People of Color Through Health and Wellness
allgo holds its second annual health fair
DAILY The Gay Place  March 23, 2018, by Mikaila Rushing
"...In its efforts to expand health care access to queer people of color, allgo is putting on their second annual Community Healing & Queer People of Color Health Fair at the Ground Floor Theatre on Saturday, March 24. [image-1-right]..."

2016 Long Fringe Canceled
Permit issue leads FronteraFest to shut down part of festival
DAILY Arts  January 22, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...20, a joint statement from fest co-producers Christina J. Moore of ScriptWorks and Ken Webster of Hyde Park Theatre announced that the 2016 Long Fringe, scheduled for Jan..."

Forever Plaid
Austin Theatre Project's staging of the popular musical hits all the right notes
Arts Review  August 27, 2015, by Elissa Russell
"...For this group of Plaids, the concert venue happens to be Austin's new Ground Floor Theatre, with staging courtesy of Austin Theatre Project co-founder Barbara Schuler and musical direction by ATP Artistic Director David Blackburn. The metatheatricality of the show is largely what makes it so fun, with the audience doubling as the fans at the group's big gig..."

FronteraFest: The Place to Start
Hyde Park Theatre and ScriptWorks' annual performance festival keeps giving artists a spot to launch a stage career in Austin
Arts Story  January 7, 2016, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...FronteraFest, now entering its 23rd year, has become a tradition in Austin's annual arts calendar. For years, Hyde Park Theatre and ScriptWorks' unjuried jamboree of performances has followed the same format: a Short Fringe featuring five short pieces per evening for five weeks; a two-week Long Fringe that offers a handful of one-act and full-length shows; plus some works in unconventional locations, including a full day devoted to such works (Mi Casa Es Su Teatro)..."

Color Arc Productions' People of Color Christmas
With her new holiday comedy, theatre artist Christine Hoang makes a safe place for everyone
Arts Story  December 17, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...When Christine Hoang calls characters in her play People of Color Christmas: The White Elephant in the Room "misfit toys," she isn't just tossing off the phrase. This Vietnamese-American theatre artist watched her share of TV holiday specials as a kid, and the ones that most spoke to her were A Charlie Brown Christmas and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer..."

Getting Political With The Tree Play and Robin Hood: An Elegy
Two new Austin plays tackle timely subjects
Arts Story  August 6, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...Theatre in summer can often feel like just a thicket of musicals. Every other show seems to be some all-singing, all-dancing spectacle, with crooning Okie cowpokes or boogieing Baltimore teens crowding the stage to lift our spirits in the dog days, to distract us from the oppressive heat..."

"We'll Always Have 807 Congress"
The Raging of the Elements, or Indoor Theatre in Austin -- Al Fresco
Arts Story  June 24, 1999, by Robi Polgar
"...A real squall, the kind that drowns fleets of mariners, bent the live oaks on Congress Avenue sideways. Suddenly, minutes into the preview, the rear doors blew open and howling gusts of rain-laced wind roared into the theatre..."

Excitingly Unpredictable
The best fringe since fashion week, FronteraFest 2015 promises a month of exhilarating alternative performance
Arts Story  January 8, 2015, by Seth Orion Schwaiger
"...After the Christmas wrappings are thrown out, the Kwanzaa kente is folded up, the Chanukah dreidel stops its spinning, the Yule log ashes are discarded, the Festivus grievances are aired, and the new year has been rung in, Austin performers and performance enthusiasts gear up for a second round of celebrating and events. January is when Hyde Park Theatre and ScriptWorks' FronteraFest begins, kicking off a month of some of Austin's best fringe theatre, music, choreography, and improv..."

Making Room to Play
Create Space Austin kicks off the drive to secure more performing venues in the city
Arts Story  April 14, 2016, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...Two things happen when a roomful of Austin theatre artists gather with no audience present: They start on time, and they talk about numbers. A lot of numbers..."

The Austin One-Minute Play Festival Is Back!
ScriptWorks presents another round of locally penned 60-second dramas – 70 staged back-to-back
Arts Story  August 13, 2015, by Stephanie Carll
"...Or so it will go at the second annual Austin One-Minute Play Festival, running Aug. 17-19 at Ground Floor Theatre..."

All Over Creation: Wide Open Spaces
A new crop of arts venues is sprouting all over Austin
Arts Column  January 8, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...Permanent.Collection. Ground Floor Theatre..."

Gold n' George's For a Limited Time Only
In this lighthearted show, Natalie George, Heloise Gold, and their collaborators reacted to current events by exploring, inventing, playing
Arts Review  June 21, 2018, by Jonelle Seitz
"...For the next sections, the audience was led to a second seating area on the other side of the screen (set up at the back of the theatre, facing the other side of the screen). The Ground Floor Theatre is typically not the best performance venue for dance, so I was thrilled that Gold n' George got creative with the space: Side B had a white floor and a constellation of hundreds of white balloons above us, floating like clouds..."

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