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[24 May 2018 | No Comment | ]
Critics (not so quietly) Rave about Small Mouth Sounds

“This hilarious and moving production reveals near deafening truths with barely a sound”
– Austin Chronicle

“They succeed marvelously, creating a refreshingly unique, satisfying and immersive piece of theater that is well worth seeing”
– Austin American-Statesman

“SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS is a fascinating piece of theatre, lovingly directed and expertly executed by a company full of some of Austin’s finest. Don’t miss this one…you will be thinking about this one for days to come.“
– Austin Broadway World

“The meditative pre-show music also helps set the scene, and indeed Lowell Bartholomee’s sound design may be the standout aspect of this production. …

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[29 Mar 2018 | No Comment | ]
Interview with I AND YOU director Simone Alexander

How did you hear about our New Directions program and what made you interested in the program?
It was really serendipitous because I came across the call for submissions on Facebook back in September the first day we moved to Austin. I saw it and at the time it was 2 weeks until the
deadline, so I told myself that I might as well throw my hat in the ring because directing is why I wanted to move to Austin in the first place.
Why did you choose to direct I AND YOU?
I had heard a …

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[23 Feb 2018 | No Comment | ]
Auditions for I AND YOU

Character Breakdown
Paid Positions and all ethnicities strongly encouraged to audition:
Anthony- a boy, 17. He is neat, poised, mature for his age. He’s an “A” student, a team player, a nice guy. He’s not really great around girls. He takes his homework very seriously. When he likes something (jazz music) he is all in. Throughout the whole play he looks at Caroline like he’s trying to figure her out. Like he really needs to know who she is.
Caroline- a girl, 17. She is in comfy clothing, she does not expect company, …

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[2 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]
Critics Rave About THE BROTHERS SIZE

“a timely and potent piece of theatrical magic”
– Austin American-Statesman

“DAMN, can these three actors tell a story”
– Austin Chronicle

“The Brothers Size receives our highest recommendation for thoughtful people over the age of twelve. The play is part of a heartfelt conversation about race, not just in America, but in the entire world.  The Austin theatre community should seek it out, as the play and the trilogy of which it is a part bode fair to become landmarks in 21st century American theatre.“
– Central Texas Live Theatre

“John Christopher’s Ogun is the soul of the production; his performance so full …

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[8 Sep 2017 | No Comment | ]


Capital T is pleased to announce auditions for The Brothers Size by Tarrel Alvin McCraney. Directed by Jason Phelps. Assistant Director, C Bird Caviel.
Cap T seeks non-equity actors between the ages of 20 and 40.  Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.    All actors will be paid.


Oshoosi Size– age 20-30. Younger brother of Ogun. Sings beautifully.

Ogun Henry Size– age 30-40 Owns a garage. Grounded.

Elegba – has already been cast and will be played by Delante’ Keys.

Actors should …

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[24 May 2017 | No Comment | ]
Cap T Nominated For 7 Critics’ Table Awards!

ll four eligible shows for Capital T Theatre were nominated for a total of 7 Austin Critics’ Table Awards when they were announced this week. Now in its 25th year, the Critics’ Table in an informal group of arts writers from the American-Statesman, the Austin Chronicle, and local theatre websites who annually recognize achievement in the arts. The awards ceremony is Monday, June 5, 7pm, at Cap City Comedy Club. Please help us congratulate all the nominees and everyone who helped to make these shows a success.

Outstanding Performance  – Judd Farris


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[17 Jan 2017 | No Comment | ]
Critics Rave About HIR

“HIR upends conventions of gender and family with dark hilarity”
– Austin Chronicle

“Theatre aficionados should flock to this play by the red-hot Taylor Mac.  They will be well rewarded by their attendance.”
– Central Texas Live Theatre

“Roxy Becker, as Paige, is a study in madness, appearing at first as merely capricious, she steadily degenerates to the stunning violent conclusion. Jay Byrd, as Arnold, delivers a heart- breakingly sad and touching performance. Nate Jackson is wonderful as Isaac, as he valiantly tries to regain what has been irretrievably lost. Dillon Yruegas, as Max, is both funny …