Performances

“All the world's a stage..."

Our Performances

In addition to designated course work and productions, students at Texas State have numerous opportunities for practical application, hands-on learning and collaboration throughout the year.

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Upcoming Events

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Location:
Theatre Center; 100
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Ana Martínez, PhD
alm462@txstate.edu
512-245-2147
Campus Sponsor:
Dr. Ana Martinez
Cristiana Giordano and Greg Pierotti are internationally renowned personalities in their areas of expertise and through their collaboration. Pierotti has an Humanitas Price and an Emmy nomination as an actor and principal writer on Tectonic Theatre's The Laramie Project. Giordano (UC Davis) is a renowned anthropologist winner of the Victor Turner Book Prize. Relying on Theories of Affect, Giordano and Pierotti use theatrical techniques to engage with empirical questions. Their trademark workshop and lecture "Getting Caught" is a new fascinating and interdisciplinary research into Theories of Affect that create connections between theatre and material culture in a laboratory format, in which performance artists, anthropologists, students, practitioners, and scholars see their work through a new lense. Theatre practitioners learn about their practice from a cultural perspective and participants use devised techniques to analyze and write about their non-theatrical material. Their lecture and workshop, has traveled to the UK, Italy, Canada, Ecuador, and Mexico.        Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
Theatre Center; 106
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Ana Martínez, PhD
alm462@txstate.edu
512-245-2147
Campus Sponsor:
Dr. Ana Martinez
Cristiana Giordano and Greg Pierotti are internationally renowned personalities in their areas of expertise and through their collaboration. Pierotti has an Humanitas Price and an Emmy nomination as an actor and principal writer on Tectonic Theatre's The Laramie Project. Giordano (UC Davis) is a renowned anthropologist winner of the Victor Turner Book Prize. Relying on Theories of Affect, Giordano and Pierotti use theatrical techniques to engage with empirical questions. Their trademark workshop and lecture "Getting Caught" is a new fascinating and interdisciplinary research into Theories of Affect that create connections between theatre and material culture in a laboratory format, in which performance artists, anthropologists, students, practitioners, and scholars see their work through a new lense. Theatre practitioners learn about their practice from a cultural perspective and participants use devised techniques to analyze and write about their non-theatrical material. Their lecture and workshop, has traveled to the UK, Italy, Canada, Ecuador, and Mexico.        Click here for more information
more about event

until Feb. 4
Location:
Theatre Center; PSH Foundation Studio Theatre
Cost:
$5 at the door
Contact:
Yesenia Herrington
ygh3@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Yesenia Herrington
Two sisters and a dog live out their lives on the bleak English moors, dreaming of love and power. The arrival of a hapless governess and a moor-hen set all three on a strange and dangerous path. The Moors is a dark comedy about love, desperation, and visibility.

Tickets are $5.  Payments will be taken at the door via Venmo @JTLT-TXST

Link to reserve tickets: forms.gle…
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
Theatre Center; PSH Foundation Studio Theatre
Cost:
$5 at the door
Contact:
Yesenia Herrington
ygh3@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Yesenia Herrington
Two sisters and a dog live out their lives on the bleak English moors, dreaming of love and power. The arrival of a hapless governess and a moor-hen set all three on a strange and dangerous path. The Moors is a dark comedy about love, desperation, and visibility.

Tickets are $5.  Payments will be taken at the door via Venmo @JTLT-TXST

Link to reserve tickets: forms.gle…
Click here for more information
more about event

Other Student Performances

New Works Festival  

During the fall semester in the Lab Theatre there is an evening of ten-minute plays, a separate evening of one act plays, as well as staged readings of new full-length plays. All of the material is written by, and will be directed and performed by, Texas State students.

D2 Festival

The D2 festival connected with the Directing II class, is comprised of student conceived and directed projects. Wildly popular, it provides a thrilling end to each semester.

Additional performance opportunities like 10-minute plays, short films, podcasts, and more are produced throughout the year.