NEWS IN BRIEF
Now Now Oh Now set to tour to Durham, New Orleans, Miami and Philadelphia beginning September 2014.
Stop Hitting Yourself to be presented at Dallas Theatre Center in May 2015.
The Pearl Dive will take place on October 26th right here in town - save the date!
On June 2, 2014 Rude Mechs was inducted into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame.
The University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance Presents
THE METHOD GUN
created by Rude Mechs
When: Sept. 10 - 14, 2014 (6 shows only!)
We are thrilled to deliver the never-before-seen-in-Austin final version of our original play The Method Gun. The presentation comprises part of our stay as the Resident Theatre Company to UT's Department of Theatre and Dance, and we are excited to share this work with the students and our longtime friends and patrons outside the University.
The Method Gun saw its official premiere at The Humana Festival of New American Plays in 2010, after a 3-week residency there finishing the piece. Since 2010, The Method Gun has toured to twelve cities, including Brisbane, Australia, has been published in Play: A Journal of Plays and Humana Festival 2010 The Complete Plays. We look forward to bringing it back home to share its final incarnation with the people that helped us create it, our Austin audiences.
The Method Gun received creation and development support from Creative Capital Foundation, MAP Fund, The Orchard Project Theatre Residency Program, The National Endowment for the Arts, The Humanities Institute, The Harry Ransom Center, and The Long Center for the Performing Arts with its 2008 presentation.
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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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