The City Theatre Company
3823 Airport Blvd. Suite D, 78722     512-524-2870
The City Theatre is the city's theater, a world class performing arts venue established for Austin directors, designers
and performers who have one goal: the continued excellence in stage performances and the desire to bring that quality,
committment, and service to the central Texas theatrical community.
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Thornton Wilder’s great American play!

The iconic Pulitzer Prize-winning classic presents life, love, and death in
Grover’s Corners, a small American town much like any other. Children
grow. Couples marry. And loved ones pass. Yet, in this simple place, a
profound story emerges. Ordinary people lead extraordinary lives, and the
hopes and dreams of a community expand into questions about meaning
and purpose. It is a poignant portrayal where the seemingly simplest of
relationships and feelings provide the deepest echoes, and it reminds us to
cherish all of life’s most precious moments, no matter how small.

With Shelley Auer, Bob Beare, Jeffrey Burgess,
Max Crossland, Delilah Garcia, Christopher Herod,
Joseph Middleton, Trish Morrison, Sherry O’Connor,
George O’Connor, Jo Rake, Michelle Schaefer,
Catherine Williams, Chuck Winkler, and Vanessa Woods.

Directed by guest director Matthew Shead.
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January show dates TBA
December 20 - January 5
Tuna in Austin! It's true. It's true. It's true.

Everything's bigger in Texas, and that includes Christmas. Tuna is an
outrageous holiday comedy of southern fun and charm. December in the
Lone Star state and radio station OKKK news personalities Thurston
Wheelis and Arles Struvie report on the craziness that has gripped Tuna,
Texas (population: 24), including an imperiled pageant, a sabotaged yard-
decorating contest, and a Christmas phantom on the loose and spreading
havoc. With quick-change zaniness and quicksilver one-liners, two incredibly
talented actors introduce us to twenty-two of the wildest citizens in one small
town bringing “joy to the world” in true big Texas fashion.

Starring Scot Friedman and Rick Smith.

Directed by guest director Robyn Conner
and Artistic Director Andy Berkovsky.