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ZACH Theatre presents Terrence McNally‘s “Mothers and Sons,” a provocative new play that covers 90 minutes out of the lives for four characters that explores the lives of gay men after the early days of the AIDS epidemic which would alter and reshape the entire gay subculture. From coping with loss to the changing portrait of the modern American family, “Mothers and Sons” is a poinant reminder of how far the gay community has come in these past decades and those that we’ve lost along the way, as well as how far we still have to go.

Emmy Award-winning actress Michael Learned, best known for playing the mother on The Walton‘s, stars as Katharine Gerard, a recently widowed Dallas matron en route to Europe who seeks out her deceased son’s former lover Cal Porter, played by Martin Burke (This Wonderful Life, Peter and the Starcatcher, and the The Santaland Diaries at ZACH Theatre). Here she comes face to face with Nicholas Rodriguez (Les Misérables, Master Class and Love! Valour! Compassion! at ZACH Theatre) as Cal’s husband Will Ogden and their son, Bud, played by young actor William May (A Christmas Story, and Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol at ZACH Theatre). Dave Steakley directs the wonderfully cast production at ZACH Theatre.

“Mothers and Sons” is a 90-minute emotional rollercoaster ranging from wounding outbursts to witty banter to touching moments of shared loss. There is no intermission. There are no costume changes. It is a real-time snapshot in the lives of the four characters, dealing with some heavy issues like the aftermath of the AIDS crisis and probably the most topical subject at the moment– same-sex marriage … with plenty of jabs at Texas, and a shoutout or two to Austin, thrown in there. And conveniently timed as LGBTQ Texans, along with our fellow Americans, await a ruling by the Supreme Court on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans.

“Mothers and Sons is a beautiful play of this moment in time as our country, and our state, struggles to define what constitutes a family, and who has the right to marry. This Spring at ZACH we are focused on equality, from the Civil Rights legislation at the heart of All The Way, to the dialogue around marriage equality today,” says Steakley. “As we have witnessed societal change occurs slowly and then there are certain junctions in our history where progress toward equality moves swiftly. We are poised at one of those moments in American history, and I’m delighted we are one of the first to produce McNally’s thoughtful, human, compassionate play.”

Regardless of your age, “Mothers and Sons” is a must see play that tries to summarize the change our world has seen over the last couple of decades. Mrs. Gerard struggles to come to terms with the death of her only child, trying to not forget him, trying to find someone to blame and seeing the life that could have been his had he lived. Older audience members will probably connect more with Cal and his struggle with the loss of his former partner and an entire generation of friends during the height of the AIDS crisis. Younger audience members will relate more with the younger aspiring writer Will, and his want for the American Dream and a politically correct world.

One of the most poignant moments of the performance was when Will talks to Mrs Gerard about the time when to be diagnosed with AIDS was effectively a death sentence: “First it will be a chapter in a history book, then a paragraph, then a footnote. … It’s already started to happen. I can feel it happening. All the raw edges of pain dulled, deadened, drained away.”

Performances are Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2:30 PM through June 21, 2015 at ZACH’s Topfer Theatre at 202 South Lamar Blvd. Tickets start at $25 and are available online at www.zachtheatre.org, the ZACH Theatre box office in the Topfer Theatre Mondays through Saturday from 12 NOON to 7 PM and by phone at (512) 476-0541 x1. Discounts are available for groups of 8 or more. Student Rush Tickets are $18 one hour before show time (with valid ID).

[gdlr_icon type=”icon-camera-retro” size=”16px” color=”#999999″]PHOTO CREDIT: 1) Michael Learned, William May, Nicholas Rodriguez and Martin Burke / photo credit: Kirk Tuck; 2) Martin Burke and Michael Learned / photo credit: Kirk Tuck; 2) William May, Martin Burke and Nicholas Rodriguez / photo credit: Kirk Tuck; 3) William May, Martin Burke and Nicholas Rodriguez / photo credit: Kirk Tuck.

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MOTHERS AND SONS

By Terrence McNalley; Dave Steakley, director; J. Robert Moore, assistant director; Michelle Ney, scenic designer; Gabrielle Garcia, scenic design assistant; Michael McDonald, costume designer; Jason Amato, lighting designer; Craig Brock, sound designer; Scott Groh, properties designer; Shannon Richey, stage manager. Presented by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation, Kathleen and Harvey Guion, Lee Manford and Casey Blass, Pamela and Scott Reichardt, and Mercedes Benz of Austin. At ZACH’s Topfer Theatre, 202 South Lamar Blvd. (corner of Riverside Drive and South Lamar Blvd.), 512-476-0541 x1, www.zachtheatre.org. Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes.

WITH: Martin Burke (Cal Porter), Michael Learned (Katharine Gerard), William May (Bud Ogden-Porter), and Nicholas Rodriguez (Will Ogden).

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Chase is the Founder and Creative Director of therepubliq.com, Host and Executive Producer of OutCast Austin, an award-winning LGBT weekly radio program on KOOP 91.7 FM in Austin. In 2011, he was named the Critics Pick for 'Most Gaybiquitous' in the Austin Chronicle's Best of Austin. In 2012, CultureMap Austin named him one of Austin's Top LGBT bloggers and he received the AGLCC's Chamber Award for Social Media Diva.

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The Filigree Theatre presents WHEN WE WERE YOUNG AND UNAFRAID

Austin Premiere of Sarah Treem’s play marks second production for The Filigree Theatre’s second season slate

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Linda Bradshaw as Agnes, Allison Paranka as Penny, and Laura Ray as Mary Anne.
Linda Bradshaw as Agnes, Allison Paranka as Penny, and Laura Ray as Mary Anne. Photo courtesy The Filigree Theatre

The Filigree Theatre, Austin’s independent women-led theatre company, has announced its cast for the Austin Premiere of When We Were Young and Unafraid, written by Sarah Treem (The Affair). Directed by Jennifer Sturley​ and produced by Stephanie Moore and Elizabeth V. Newman, the production will run Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 PM from February 7-23, 2018 at The Mastrogeorge Theatre.

When We Were Young and Unafraid takes place on an island off the coast of Seattle at the height of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the early 1970s, before Roe v. Wade, and the Violence Against Women Act. Agnes, a no-nonsense former nurse played by Linda Bradshaw, (The Foreigner, Steel Magnolias, Always Patsy Cline​) has turned her quiet bed and breakfast into safe place where victims of domestic violence can seek refuge.

Michelle Mary Schaefer​ as Hannah and Linda Bradshaw as Agnes.
Michelle Mary Schaefer​ as Hannah and Linda Bradshaw as Agnes. Photo courtesy The Filigree Theatre.

To Agnes’ dismay, her latest runaway, Mary Anne, a young Army bride played by Laura Ray (A Delicate Ship, Agnes of God, The Normal Heart​). is beginning to influence Agnes’ college-bound daughter Penny, played by Allison Paranka (Shakespeare in the Dark: Macbeth​). Meanwhile, another woman, Hannah, a traveling would-be revolutionary played by Michelle Mary Schaefer​ (Tribes, Children of a Lesser God, A Midsummer Night’s Dream) keeps coming by the bed and breakfast on her way to Womynworld, a lesbian separatist community.

As a feminist revolution grows louder outside of Agnes’ tiny world, these four women find their strength and confront their fears together; while Paul, played by Ben Gibson (The Mystery of Edwin Drood, All Shook Up​), a tourist and recent divorcee seeks refuge from the sexual revolution taking over San Francisco.

Ben Gibson as Paul and Laura Ray as Mary Anne.
Ben Gibson as Paul and Laura Ray as Mary Anne. Photo courtesy The Filigree Theatre

When We Were Young and Unafraid marks the fifth production for The Filigree Theatre. All productions in Filigree’s 2018-19 slate center around the theme “At The Crossroads,” with each play examining how, at crucial moments in our lives, we, as humans, find ourselves at the brink of change, faced with life and death decisions, confronted with a point of no return.

Tickets for When We Were Young and Unafraid are now available online at FiligreeTheatre.com or in-person at the Mastrogeorge Box Office for $30. All performances play at The Mastrogeorge Theatre at 130 Pedernales St.

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Salvage Vanguard Theater presents QUEEN OF THE NIGHT

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Salvage Vanguard Theater presents the final Works Progress Austin of 2018 with Queen of the Night, a one man show about being black and queer in America, written and performed by artist Travis Tate. Works Progress Austin, SVT’s script development series, provides playwrights with the resources they need to bring their work to life: actors, stage managers, rehearsal time + space, cash, and an audience in the earliest stages of creation.

Queen of the Night is a story that centers around Stephen, a 63 year-old, recent divorcee, who takes his son, Ty, a millennial queer, on a camping trip to their old stomping grounds; a place Stephen took Ty often as a child. Stuck in the woods for a few days, no phone, and only their memories, Stephen and Ty must reckon with the past in this present wilderness. Queen of the Night explores masculinity and queerness through the lens of multi-generational Blackness.

Travis Tate is a queer, black playwright, poet and performer from Austin, Texas. Their poetry has appeared in Borderlands:Texas Poetry Review, Underblong, Mr. Ma’am, and upcoming in the Shade Journaland apt. They are a finalist for the Cosmonauts Avenue 2018 Poetry Prize. Their one-person drag show, It’s a Travesty! One Night with Jazzie Mercado! was presented at the Cohen New Works Festival (2017) and at Salvage Vanguard Theater’s Three-Headed Fest in November 2017. Their play MotherWitch was featured as a part of the 2018 UTNT (UT New Theatre).

Queer, black playwright, poet and performer Travis Tate / photo credit: Salvage Vanguard Theater

On November 28th, Travis Tate will lead a creative writing workshop for teens at Out Youth, and thanks to a grant from the Applied Materials Foundation, the students will attend the performance on Saturday as invited guests.

AT A GLANCE

Queen of the Night is Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 8 PM at Hick’s House at Austin Seminary, 100 E 27th St, Austin TX 78705. Tickets Pick a Price from $0-$25 and are available online. The Salvage Vanguard Theater box office opens at 7 PM. For questions, call 512-476-SVT6 or email box@salvagevanguard.org.

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City Theatre presents DOUBT: A PARABLE

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Kicking off the 13th season, City Theatre Austin is excited to present John Patrick Shanley’s critically acclaimed stage play Doubt: A Parable. Winner of the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, it is directed by guest director Rick Roemer and features Joel Gross, Brooke Culbertson, April Patterson, and Babs George as Sister Aloysius.

Doubt brings a gripping storm of suspicion and scandal where no simple truths or answers exist. Set against the backdrop of 1960s America, a turbulent time of political and social change, a progressive young priest’s conduct at a Bronx Catholic school comes under question by one of the Sisters, whose beliefs are deeply rooted in a stern and unquestionable tradition. As the actions and motivations of each are scrutinized and suspicion mounts, the two are drawn into a battle that threatens irrevocable consequences. In this powerful story, doubt lies in the mind of everyone involved.

Playwright John Patrick Shanley is an accomplished writer and director. The youngest child of Irish immigrants, he attended an East Bronx Catholic school for most of his upbringing until constant rebellion led to his expulsion. Reflecting on his childhood, he recalled “People would look at me and become enraged. I believe that the reason was, they could see that I saw them. And they didn’t like that.” Doubt, which opened on Broadway in 2005, won the Tony Award for Best Play, New York Drama Critics Circle Award, The Drama League Award, the Drama Desk Award, and the Pulitzer Prize.

Babs George as Sister Aloysius and Joel Gross as Father Flynn / photo credit: City Theatre

Shanley’s original screenplays include The January Man, Five Corners, and Moonstruck, for which he won an Oscar, and the screen adaptation of Doubt earned him an Academy Award nomination. His list of plays, many of which he directed, include Defiance, Savage In Limbo, Beggars In the House of Plenty, Italian American Reconciliation, Four Dogs And A Bone, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, and Dirty Story.

Guest director Rick Roemer is an actor, voice actor, director, and teacher. He recently retired as a professor of Theatre from Southwestern University. Earlier this year, he directed The Father for Jarrott Productions and upcoming, he is reprising the role of Jasper in Austin Playhouse’s The Mystery of Edwin of Drood. He received his PhD from UCLA in Theatre and is the author of “Charles Ludlam and the Ridiculous Theatrical Co.”

THE CAST

Leading the way is Austin actress Babs George as Sister Aloysius Beauvier. While she has worked professionally in regional theatres across the country, Austin is home: Tribes at Zach Scott Theatre, Merry Wives of Windsor at Austin Shakespeare, TexArts’s The Glass Menagerie, The Secretary for Theatre en Bloc, Penfold Theatre’s Clybourne Park, Pride and Prejudice at St. Edwards Mary Moody Theatre, The Cherry Orchard at Texas State University, and numerous performances as a company member of the Austin Playhouse. She has an M.F.A. from The Shakespeare Theatre and George Washington University, is the creator and director of The Actor’s School, and has taught at Texas State University, St. Edwards, University of Texas, and Southwestern University. Babs has been a member of Actors’ Equity and Screen Actors Guild for over 35 years. Also featured in the production, is the talented cast of Joel Gross as Father Flynn, Brooke Culbertson as Sister James, and April Patterson as Mrs. Muller.

THE COMPANY

The City Theatre Company is excited to be celebrating its 13th anniversary season of live theatre entertainment in Austin. CTC is an Austin-based, not-for-profit arts organization and is sponsored in part by the Austin Creative Alliance and the Austin Cultural Arts Division. Founded in 2006, the company has been recognized by the Austin Critics Table Awards, the B. Iden Payne Awards, the Central Texas Excellence in Theatre Awards, Austin Live Theatre, BroadwayWorld Austin and has twice been voted “Best Theatre Company” by Austin American-Statesman’s Austin 360. CTC is dedicated in providing quality theatrical experiences and entertainment for Austin artists and its community and continues the commitment to making productions accessible for everyone. CTC offers its discount ticket program with $10 Thursday seats and $12 student seats for any show. The ticket discount is available throughout the 2018 – 2019 season.

AT A GLANCE

Doubt: A Parable opens Thursday, November 8, 2018 and runs through Sunday, November 25, 2018, with shows at 8 PM and matinee performances on Sundays at 3 PM. Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, there will be no show on Thursday, November 22. Tickets start at $15 and are available online through Brown Paper Tickets. You can also make reservations requests online. All general and guaranteed reserved Seats not purchased or claimed five minutes before curtain will be released. Students tickets are available for any show for $15. Discounted tickets for groups of 10 or more are available, call 512-524-2870 or email info@citytheatreaustin.org.

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