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Platahontas Opens tonight!
Jun06

Platahontas Opens tonight!

Our latest shadow puppet play, Platahontas, opens tonight at Beta Theater. Beta is located in the old school building that houses Meca at 1900 Kane St, classroom 116. It’s best to park near the intersection of Silver near the corner of Lubbock. We have brand spanking new buttons and t-shirts for sale, and FREE POPCORN. Show starts at 8pm and is pay what you want. See ya there! (Here are the rest of the dates if you can’t...

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Platahontas opens this Friday!
Jun02

Platahontas opens this Friday!

Our latest shadow puppet play, Platahontas, opens this Friday at Beta Theater! Platahontas uses shadow puppetry to chronicle the life of one of these semi aquatic mammals after it is kidnapped and sold into scientific slavery (or what they refer to as “research”). Platahontas doesn’t remain under his captors’ microscope for long; he is soon sold to a circus to live out his days in a sideshow tent. What happens next, you ask?? Come to...

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Platahontas – Opens June 6!
May13

Platahontas – Opens June 6!

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Curio Show UPDATE!
Jan16

Curio Show UPDATE!

The Curio Show has been going so well, and we have our audience members to thank for making such a great turnout. In fact, we are adding an extra showing on Friday to make sure we can fit everyone in! Seating is limited at our new venue (3603 Main Street, in the building just south of Ensemble Theater) so make sure you get there a few minutes early to snag a spot. There is plenty of street parking in the area and some pay lots on the...

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The Curio Show
Jan03

The Curio Show

    The Curio Show fortune teller. The Curio Show, a shadow puppet production, opens tomorrow (Saturday January 4th) at Rudyard’s. The show was inspired by co-artistic director Lindsay Burleson’s recent trip to New York where she explored the history and current trend of curiosity cabinets. Cabinets of Curiosities, popularized in the 16th century, were actually rooms that resembled museums. Later on in the 18th...

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