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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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[6 Jun 2016 | No Comment | ]
Cap T Interviews TREVOR creator Nick Jones

Cap T Artistic Director Mark Pickell was lucky enough to get a chance to interview TREVOR playwright Nick Jones.   In the interview Nick Jones shared some insight into the origin of TREVOR as well as his current role as writer and producer for ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK.
MP: Can you share with us a little about the origin of TREVOR?  

NJL I was instantly obsessed with the story of Travis the Chimp. It wasn’t the tragedy that grabbed my attention though, but the details inside the story. Here’s a woman who lost her …

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[27 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]

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[16 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]
Interview with DNA director Molly Karrasch

Why did you chose to direct DNA?
There were so many things that excited me about this show. I love dark and tragic stories that are told with humor and DNA is exactly that. In some ways it is such a bare bones script. The playwright states that the genders and names of all the characters are flexible which is another thing I absolutely loved. At the same time, it moves so quickly and there is so much plot packed into this tight script but the playwright has also left space …

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[8 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]
Meet the cast of DNA

Julia Bauer
This is Julia’s first appearance with Capital T. She was last seen as Jules in KARLSTAD (UT New Theatre). Other acting credits include Hecuba in TROJAN WOMEN (UT acting project), and Horatio in ‘RATIO (UT New theatre). She is a sophomore majoring in theatre at the University of Texas.


Dillon Cavitt
This is Dillon’s first production since moving to Austin two years ago to pursue acting. Throughout high school, Dillon performed countless times on stage in plays such as, AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY, THE CURIOUS SAVAGE, and RABBIT HOLE. He also performed in …

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[2 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
Cap T Open Auditions

Capital T is excited to announce auditions for its next production We need twelve actors 16-24 years of age.  Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.    All actors will be paid.
The play calls for 6 male and 6 female actors that are about to graduate from high school.
About the Play
The play center around 12 high school friends that are trying to cover up a murder that they have committed.  We will be announcing the …

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[27 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]

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[4 Sep 2014 | No Comment | ]
Critics Agree: DETROIT is a HIT!!

  “a night of EXCELLENT theatre.” 

– Austin American-Statesman


– Austin Chronicle                                            -Austin American-Statesman

“Capital T Theatre’s Detroit is a destination worth visiting”
– Austin Chronicle

“Joey Hood has to be one of the most natural actors in Austin theatre. You are never aware of him acting. He always just inhabits the character. His work is, as always, mesmerizing.”
– Austin Broadwayworld

You will find yourself laughing through the whole evening. This is a spectacular cast… and singling out …

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[4 Feb 2014 | No Comment | ]
Cap T interviews Gidion’s Knot playwright Johnna Adams

Cap T Artistic Director Mark Pickell had the distinct pleasure of asking Johnna Adams a few questions about her work. They talked about Cap T’s current production Gidion’s Knot as well as what is in the future for this up and coming playwright.
Can you share with us a little about the origin of GIDION’S KNOT?  

GK has a few different origin stories. The idea came to me shortly after school shootings first became a media and cultural phenomenon. Originally it was going to be a play for …