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On Thurs, January 29, 2015, KLRU premiered the Arts In Context documentary on Rude Mechs.
Click the picture above to watch the video.

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Rude Mechs' summer camp in performance, collaborative theatre-making, and self-defense training.

SUMMER 2015 REGISTRATION OPEN NOW.

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ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM today!

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FIELD GUIDE

a first-draft
workshop production
created by Rude Mechs

TICKETS ARE FREE!
When: March 19 - 29
Thursday - Sunday
ALL SHOWS ARE AT 9:00 P.M.
Where: The Off Center

Make your free reservation at this link.

Get pumped for a very rough first look at our newest play-in-creation, Field Guide. We're trying to figure out HOW TO LIVE by diving into stand-up comedy, The Brothers Karamazov, and heart-throb Yul Brynner. Come tell us whether you dig the direction we are headed with this new play or what. Voluntary talk-back after each show.

Collaborators: Madge Darlington, Robert S. Fisher, Thomas Graves, Hannah Kenah, Lana Lesley, Kirk Lynn, Graham Reynolds, Brian Scott and Shawn Sides.


ON TOUR

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NOW NOW OH NOW

Fringe Arts (Philadlelphia) - April 22 - 25, 2015

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STOP HITTING YOURSELF

AT&T Performing Arts Center - May 28-30, 2015

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MACBETH
directed by Rosalind Faires
a rude fusion presentation
co-produced by Plan II, The Broccoli Project, and Foot in the Door

LIMITED SEATING!
When: March 14-16, 2015 at 8:00 p.m.
Where: The Off Shoot
Eastern-most part of The Off Center complex.
Tickets: $10.00 + cc and service fees

Buy your ticket at this link.

Scotland's most infamous king and queen are coming to dinner for this intimate and innovative new staging of Shakespeare's tragedy. An undergraduate thesis project from University of Texas student Rosalind Faires, Macbeth takes the form of a dinner party hosted by the Witches, where audiences are invited to dine alongside those vying for Scotland's throne. Featuring a multi-generational cast and elegant designs from Ia Enstera and Jason Amato, the play examines the rules of hospitality and the fragile balance between love and personal ambition.

About Rude Fusion
Rude Mechs' Rude Fusion series is a venture designed to develop deeper relationships with some of Austin's finest theatre artists by co-producing their work and offering our support throughout their creative process.



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Rude Mechs is proud to serve as the Resident Theatre Company for the University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance.

From now through the 2014/15 scholastic year, Rude Mechs will serve as the Resident Theatre Company. Through this innovative partnership of a renowned Tier 1 research university and Rude Mechs, a generation of new undergraduate and graduate students will gain a unique perspective on collectively creating new plays and managing a mid-size theatre.

For more information about UT's Theatre and Dance Department, visit jointhedrama.org.


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Rude Mechs is a 501(c)(3) corporation.

If you would like a copy of our Form 990 Return, please contact us at our offices or via email at info AT rudemechs.com, or look it up on the Foundation Center website.

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