In this all-new episode in Sherwood Forest Faire’s annual series at Scottish Rite Theater, Robin Hood and Maid Marian are finally getting married. But the Sheriff is full sore about the apples thrown at him last summer and has hired the never-bested Sir Guy of Gisbourne to take Robin down. Come cheer Robin on in this exciting new adventure!
Austin Scottish Rite Theater teams up with The Weird Sisters Women’s Theater Collective and performance artist Terry Galloway for this rollicking, cross-gender-cast period piece. Galloway assumes the role of legendary Falstaff who visits Windsor and tries to simultaneously court two of the town’s affluent married women.
Terry Galloway spent years living in silence, until technology in the form of a cochlear implant caught up with her. “You Are My Sunshine” is Terry’s comic, sometimes moving, sometimes profane exploration of what happened after she literally regained her senses.
ROSITA Y CONCHITA: a Día de los Muertos Play in English and Spanish
Two sisters try to reunite on the Day of the Dead. Along the way Rosita keeps getting lost, but she miraculously finds her way to Conchita through familiar sounds and images. Kids of all ages will love the rhyming bilingual dialogue and touching images.
Gerda ventures into the virtual world of a video game called ‘Snow Queen’ determined to reclaim her best friend Kyle who has fallen under its gaming spell. Based on the classic tale by Hans Christian Andersen, this original musical by Austin’s own Laura Freeman will spark the imagination and warm the heart — just in time for the holidays.
PUFF, THE MAGIC DRAGON
This magical new play is presented with the blessings of the artists who wrote “Puff, the Magic Dragon,” Peter Yarrow and Lenny Lipton. Music, puppetry, and live action flesh out the beloved song’s characters and images as they come to life on the historic Austin Scottish Rite Stage.
JUNGLE BOOK: JANGAL KI KAHANI
Revisit the original Jungle Book with a delightful mix of both classical Indian and Bollywood style. Authentic South Asian music and dance enhance Austin Scottish Rite Theater’s own interpretation of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book.