Wednesday, April 11, 2018

World Premiere of UTA's Playwright-in-Residence Original Work - 100 Brains

MAVPLAYS 2018 spotlights a world premiere, original literary work, 100 BRAINS, written by UTA’s playwright-in-residence, Dr. Natalie Gaupp.

100 BRAINS features a recent college grad pursuing her dream job…right down a rabbit hole of horrifying consequences. 100 BRAINS has a familiar theme, combining elements of the traditional Alice in Wonderland story with a modern (and edgy!) sci-fi twist. Let the brains begin! Directed by Professor and Associate Department Chair Andrew Christopher Gaupp, written by playwright-in-residence, Senior Lecturer Dr. Natalie Gaupp and performed by UTA Maverick Theatre Company members.

Production dates: April 18, 19, 20, 21 at 8:00 pm, April 22 at 2:30 pm, 2018. Performances of MAVPLAYS 2018 100 BRAINS are presented at 502 S. Cooper Street, Fine Arts Building, North Section, Studio Theatre, Room 137. Tickets: $10 for General Public; $8 for Students/Senior Citizens/UTA Faculty & Staff. You can reserve your tickets online. For information, please contact the UT Arlington Department of Theatre Arts Box Office at 817.272.2669.

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Enjoy a Musical Evening in Italy with Timeless Concerts at the Arlington Musuem of Art

One reason people love Timeless Concerts is because of the extreme variety at each concert!

EVENING IN ITALY is the theme for Sat. April 21 at 8pm at the Arlington Museum of Art. The Chenoweth-Hood-Kang Trio and tenor Sergio Cepeda with guest violist Miguel Cantu will perform music of Vivaldi, Puccini and Verdi arias, plus movie themes by Nino Rota and even some pieces by Italian-American, Henry Mancini! BYOB is accepted and there will be complimentary wine, soft drinks and a fruit/cheese/desserts buffet. Tables for 2 or up to 9. For tickets and more information go to the Timeless Concerts website.