ONCE UPON A WHAAA?!
A fully improvised mashup of some of our favorite classic stories. The skilled improvisers from the Hideout Theatre remix well-known stories using suggestions from the audience. What would happen if Prince Charming had to win a singing competition to wake Sleeping Beauty up? What if Snow White went on a road trip? Come find out!
SHAKESPARODY AFTER DARK
ShakesParody After Dark features a raucous and wily take on all things Shakespearean. Austin Scottish Rite Theater hosts Tallahassee Florida’s Mickee Faust Club for six fun-filled evenings of cabaret-style Shakespeare-inspired comedy. Featuring Esther’s Follies founding member Terry Galloway!
ROSITA Y CONCHITA: a Día de los Muertos Play in English and Spanish
Back by popular demand! 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, sights and smells. Kids of all ages will love the rhyming bilingual dialogue and touching images.
WOMAN IN BLACK
Brought to the Austin Scottish Rite Theater by Penfold Theatre Company. Come experience what over 7 million theatre-goers have discovered as “the most brilliantly effective spine-chiller you will ever encounter” (Daily Telegraph). Currently in its 27th year on London’s West End, this hair-raising ghost story comes to Austin just in time for the Halloween season.
JUNIE B. JONES IN JINGLE BELLS, BATMAN SMELLS
Based on the popular chapter book, ASRT presents Junie B on stage as she struggles to take revenge on her nemesis “tattle-tale” May. This is a hilarious and heartwarming holiday tale.
WASSAIL, A SOLSTICE CHISTMAS CELEBRATION
December 17, 2017
Please join us for Wassail 2017, a fantastic evening of music, song, stories, puppets, magic, and mummers… this year celebrating Austin’s Czech heritage!
THE WAZIR OF OZ
Revisit the original classic with a delightful mix of classical Indian and Bollywood style. Austin’s Sacred Cowgirls provide authentic music in Austin Scottish Rite Theater’s own interpretation of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.