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Robert Mueller’s Greatest Hits – Vol I & II

“Complete and total exoneration
– Donald J. Trump

“Mueller’s report looks bad for Obama
– John Cornyn (R-TX)

“The Nation should be pleased with the conclusions drawn in Mr. Mueller’s report which confirms that the defamation campaign against the president was unfounded and baseless
– Roger Williams(R-TX)


Robert Mueller's Greatest Hits Vol I&II

Capital T presents

Robert Mueller’s
Greatest Hits
-Vol I & II

Conceived and Directed by Mark Pickell

Starring Ken Webster as Robert Mueller

August 15-31

Thursday – Saturday at 8pm

Hyde Park Theatre    511 W 43rd St

Pay-What-You-Can online or at the door

Only 9 Performances!

Robert Mueller, played by Austin Arts Hall of Fame inductee Ken Webster,  with some help from a rotation of local all-star actors will bring to life the special counsel’s two volume, 400+ page report onstage at Hyde Park Theatre in a staged reading of some of the highlights from the former FBI director’s report.

Come and see all your favorite characters like Kellyanne, Don Jr, lots of Russians, and Trump himself onstage in only 9 performances.  Divided into two volumes but presented on the same night, the staged reading includes the Mueller teams’ assessment of Russian interference as well as the President’s efforts to obstruct the investigation into his campaign.  It will surely be an eye opening, informative, entertaining night of theatre.

Running Time: 2 hours 15 minutes including and intermission


Robert Mueller – Ken Webster



Home » Title and Deed by Will Eno

Title and Deed by Will Eno

“Leaves you happily word-drunk! Gorgeously and inventively wrought. Haunting and often FIERCELY FUNNY ”

— New York Times

“Daring, spectacular and HILARIOUS! Stage poetry of a high order!”

— The New Yorker

TITLE AND DEED by Will EnoCapital T presents

Title and Deed

by Will Eno

Directed by Mark Pickell

August 24-September 16

Thursday – Saturday at 8pm

Hyde Park Theatre    511 W 43rd St

A newly arrived immigrant brings only a bag and a couple of his belongings.  He looks a lot like us and he talks a lot like us, but he is foreign to our land.   He is the newest nobody of the funniest century yet. He’s almost Christ-like, from a distance, in terms of height and weight. Listen closely or drift off uncontrollably, as he speaks about the notion of home, about the notion of the world and the absurdity of our existence. All of it delivered with the authority that is the special province of the unsure and the un-homed (which is a word he made up accidentally). The running time, if he doesn’t die or think of anything else, is roughly one hour.

Title and Deed is a provocative new work by Pulitzer Prize finalist and Horton Foote Prize winner Will Eno (THOM PAINE: Based on Nothing).  Mark Pickell directs multiple B. Iden Payne Award and Austin Critics Table award winning actor Jason Phelps in this smart and funny meditation on the beginning (and end) of life and what it means to call a small part of earth home.

Running Time: 1 hour 15 minutes with no intermission.  


Jason Phelps

Will Eno – Playwright

Will Eno is a Residency Five Fellow at the Signature Theatre in New York, which presented Title and Deed in 2012, and The Open House, in 2014. His new play, Wakey, Wakey premiered there in February 2017. Following an acclaimed run at Yale Repertory Theatre, his play The Realistic Joneses was on Broadway in 2014, directed by Sam Gold and staring Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts, and Marisa Tomei. The Realistic Joneses won a Drama Desk Award, was named USA Today’s “Best Play on Broadway,” topped the The Guardian’s 2014 list of American plays, and was included in The N.Y. Times’ “Best Theatre of 2014.” The Open House won the 2014 Obie Award, the Lortel Award for Outstanding Play, and a Drama Desk Award, and was included in both the Time Out New York and Time Magazine Top 10 Plays of the Year. Title and Deed was on The N.Y. Times and The New Yorker magazine’s Top Ten Plays of 2012. His play Gnit, a loving but aggressive adaptation of Peer Gynt, premiered at the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville in 2013. Middletown, winner of the Horton Foote Award, premiered at the Vineyard Theatre and subsequently at Steppenwolf Theater and many other American Theaters and universities. His internationally heralded play Thom Pain (based on nothing) ran at the Geffen Playhouse in Winter of 2016 starring Rainn Wilson, was a finalist for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize, and has been translated into more than a dozen languages. He was recently awarded the PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation Award. His plays are published by Samuel French, TCG, Dramatists Play Service, and playscripts, in the U.S., and Oberon Books in London.