2018-2019 Season Tickets
Tickets may be purchased online, by phone, or in person.
To buy tickets by phone please call (512) 863-1378 during hours of operation.
To buy tickets in person please visit the Box Office between 12:30-5:00 p.m. M-F, or up to an hour before the performance.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on July 23rd.
Silent Sky was commissioned and first produced by South Coast Repertory with support from the Elizabeth George Foundation.
What do you do when you are the most brilliant person in the room and are seen but not heard? As Henrietta works as a “computer” all day long she longs to be recognized and is challenged to bring her theory of Cepheid Variables to light. How do you balance your passion for astronomy while being pulled by your family, science, faith, and romance? Experience the incredible true story of Henrietta Leavitt, the American astronomer who paved the way for modern astronomy’s mapping of the universe.
Please Note: Weather permitting, the Williamson County Astronomy Club will be on hand for telescope viewing just outside the theater after all Friday and Saturday performances; and at 2:00 p.m. before Sunday performances, Physics professor and Fountainwood Observatory Director Dr. Mark Bottorff will host a lecture titled “A Heartbeat in the Heavens: Henrietta Leavitt’s Grand Discovery.”
Sideways Stories from Wayside School
A group of fun-loving students live in constant fear of their evil teacher, Mrs. Gorf. But when a magical mishap turns her into an apple, the students embark on a journey that includes hypnosis, a tornado, and a mysterious nineteenth floor that doesn’t exist. Come and try to make it through a day at the wacky Wayside School!
Production includes strobe lights and loud noises.
March 1-3 & 8-10, 2019
Veronica enters the world of high-stakes high school games when she becomes part of The Heathers– a controlling, manipulative clique that rules over Westerberg High School. She is excited to be part of it all until J.D., the mysterious new kid in town, lures her to an even darker side. Join us as we pay homage to the 80’s cult classic film by Daniel Waters. Get ready for scrunchies, shoulder pads and satirical homicidal music in this rock musical.
This production contains strong language, intense adult themes, alcohol and drug use, and gunshots.
Tristan and Connie, two young volunteers, agree to take part in a clinical drug trial. Quickly, their romantic desires compromise the research. They have no idea whether this is real love or just the drugs talking. The whole trial goes off the rails as the clinicians deal with Tristan and Connie’s romantic spark. This thought-provoking comedy questions the limits of the human spirit, love, and medicine.
Note: There will be an immersive performance on Friday, April 12, in which the senior class will bring the atmosphere of The Effect past the fourth wall and into the realm of the audience.
This production contains mature content, adult language, sexual content, and partial nudity.
When an unexpected visitor arrives on the day of the big heist, three small time crooks are forced to confront the tensions between them and decide what is more important: loyalty, or the need to carry out “business.” In the 1983 review for the New York Times, critic Frank Rich called it “one of the best American plays of the last decade.” A Heather Hall Student Production.
This production contains mature content, strong adult language, and violence.
Season Subscription Information
You may purchase a Theatre Season Subscription. The season subscription includes a ticket to each of the four productions, excluding American Buffalo, with a 20% discount on your total price. Subscription discounts for students and for patrons over 63 years-old. Subscriptions will be available from July 23rd up until the final performance of the first production. You must purchase a ticket for all four shows in order to receive the subscription discount.