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All performances will be or have been at the Trinity Street Players' Black Box Theatre, located at 901 Trinity Street on the 4th floor of First Baptist Church. 


Jarrott Productions is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for Prodigal Son, the first production in its 2017-2018 season.

Prodigal Son is the latest from John Patrick Shanley, the Oscar, Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning writer of Doubt and Moonstruck. It is the autobiographical and passionate portrait of a young man on the verge of either salvation or destruction.

Prodigal Son plays September 21-October 15 at the Trinity Street Theatre, 901 Trinity Street in the First Baptist Church in downtown Austin. Performances are Thursday-Saturday evenings at 7:30pm; Sunday afternoons at 2:30pm; with an Industry Night performance on Monday, September 25th at 7:30pm. The play runs approximately 90-minutes with no intermission. Ticket prices range from $15-$30 and reservations may be made at jarrottproductions.com.

Directed by Bryan Bradford, Prodigal Son stars Sam Domino, Kelly Koonce, Holly Shupp Salas, Tucker Martin and David R. Jarrott. Members of the creative team include: Scene and Lighting Designer Chris Conard; Costumer Glenda Wolfe; Original Music Composer/Graphic Designer Michael Jarrott; Sound Designer Craig Brock; Dialect Coach Amanda Cooley Davis; Company Manager Lisa Goering; Production Stage Manager Tyler Osgood; House Manager Denise Hodgson; Assistant House Manager Savannah Wolfe; and Production Assistant Melina Gary.

Prodigal Son is made possible in part by a grant from Carolyn and Marc Seriff. Jarrott Productions radio partners are BOB-FM and NEWSRADIO KLBJ.

Austin Theatre Project's Perfect Life

258.apittman, 2 weeks ago, Sep 10 at 10:12pm - Uncategorized
What IS the Perfect Life, does it exist? Is it illusion, do you know it when you have it? Does anyone? Or is it something you only recognize and appreciate when it's gone?

AJRT's The Art of Remembering

258.apittman, 2 weeks ago, Sep 07 at 3:57pm - Uncategorized

Last Act's Richard III

258.apittman, Aug 09 at 3:31pm - Uncategorized
Last Act Theatre Company proudly presents its all-female production of Richard III! In an era of political uncertainty, a charismatic villain takes over the throne through nefarious manipulation of the the public. Chaos, murder, and war ensue.

Austin Theatre Project's Bare

258.apittman, Jul 27 at 4:35pm - Uncategorized

ATP's Title of Show

258.apittman, Jul 26 at 5:33pm - Uncategorized

Different Stages' Noisy Neighbors

258.apittman, Jan 30 at 6:32pm - Uncategorized
Written for the Venetian Carnival of 1756, Goldoni's comedy recounts the matrimonial scheming, gossip, and games enlivening the daily activity of a bustling but poor Venetian piazza where pandemonium reigns. The commedia-inspired play centers on four scrappy, hard-working, hard-playing families whose daily lives on a small square are interrupted by the arrival of a mysterious wealthy stranger during Carnival.

Jarrott Productions' The Price

258.apittman, Jan 21 at 11:35am - Uncategorized
Jarrott Productions presents THE PRICE by Arthur Miller! Starring Scott Galbreath, Rick Smith, Amanda Cooley Davis, and David R. Jarrott!

Oh Dragon's Songs For A New World

258.apittman, Sep 30 at 12:57pm - Uncategorized
It's about that one moment. It's about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, yesterday, and tomorrow. The songs for a new world. The first musical from Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown (The Last Five Years), this moving collection of songs examines life, love, faith, and the choices we make.

Last Act's Postville

258.apittman, Aug 26 at 4:53pm - Uncategorized
Postville is a funny, moving play about what happens when a group of Hasidic Jews from Brooklyn open a kosher meat-packing plant in a struggling Iowa town. The locals think their problems are over, but immigrants pour in, and a culture clash ensues that turns the American melting pot into a pressure cooker set to explode.

Austin Theatre Project's Dogfight

258.apittman, Jul 25 at 12:16pm - Uncategorized
t's November 21, 1963. On the eve of their deployment to a small but growing conflict in Southeast Asia, three young Marines set out for one final boys' night of debauchery, partying and maybe a little trouble. But when Corporal Eddie Birdlace meets Rose, an awkward and idealistic waitress he enlists to win a cruel bet with his fellow recruits, she rewrites the rules of the game and teaches him the power of love and compassion. Based on the 1991 Warner Brothers film, Dogfight takes audiences on a romantic and heartbreaking theatrical journey that will stay with you long after the performance. 

Shrewd's As You Like It

258.apittman, Jun 25 at 10:54pm - Uncategorized
This gender-bending, music-infused take on Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy is directed by Lily Wolff with original music composed by T. Lynn Mikeska, and boasts an incredible creative team including award-winning actors and designers, ready to transport you to the magical world of Arden. Our female-dominated cast is comprised of 9 women and 5 men, playing 24 roles, with most actors playing cross-gender. Expect to see an As You Like It that stays unwaveringly true to Shakespeare's text, but an As You Like It unlike ANY you've ever seen before.

Different Stages' Fallen Angels

258.apittman, Feb 20 at 12:07pm - Uncategorized
When a pair of stylish London socialites learns that a mutual long-ago lover is coming to town unexpectedly, the two women must grapple with their rekindled desire for the fervid Frenchman. Can their friendship – not to mention their marriages – survive it? Passions soar, spirits fly, and insults are hurled in this intoxicatingly charming comedy.