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[17 May 2009 | No Comment | ]
Capital T Receives 2 Austin Critics Table Nominations

The Austin Critics Table Award Nominations were announced last week, and Capital T received 2 nominations for their work in 2008-2009. THE BIRD AND THE BEE was nominated for Outstanding Production of a Drama. Company member Chase Wooldridge was cited for his work in the THE BIRD AND THE BEE with a nomination for Acting in a Leading Role.
Capital T would also like to congratulate current cast members of KILLER JOE for their respective nominations.  Katie DeBuys who plays Sharla in the upcoming production of KILLER JOE was nominated for …

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[26 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]
The Bird and The Bee earn a rave review from the Austin American-Statesman

Review:  The Bird and The Bee
By Joey Seiler | Monday, January 26, 2009, 12:40 PM
The Bird and The Bee is essentially two very good plays within one great production.
The Bird, by Al Smith, and The Bee, by Matt Hartley, were originally staged at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as two separate offerings, giving audiences the chance to view them a la carte or take in the double billing. In Capital T Theatre’s new take, it’s hard to imagine them apart.
Each play tells the story of a different teenager and how they …

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[18 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]
Interview with Matt Hartley writer of The Bee

conducted by Carrie Klypchak Dramaturg / Literary Manager for Capital T
>Al has talked to us about his initial inspiration for the production.  Could you discuss what drew you to the project, the developmental process which you have undertaken, and a history of the play(s) in production?
When Al asked me to write something for his company Kandinsky I jumped at the chance. I’d never had a play on in Edinburgh and Al had a habit of being able to produce/write shows that Edinburgh audiences loved. In my head I …

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[18 Dec 2008 | No Comment | ]
Capital T Announces cast for The Bird and The Bee

Capital T is proud to announce the cast for The Bird and The Bee which will open in January as part of FronteraFest 2009.
Returning to work with Capital T, Chase Wooldridge, will play Jakob in the Bird and ensemble in the The Bee. He has appeared in Mr. Marmalade, i google myself, La Dispute and Edward II for Capital T.
Tayler Gill will play Chloe in the Bee and ensemble in the Bird. While she has collaborated with Capital T in the past on Happy Days and La Dispute, this is …