On Thurs, January 29, 2015, KLRU premiered the Arts In Context documentary on Rude Mechs.
Rude Mechs' summer camp in performance, collaborative theatre-making, and self-defense training.
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Get pumped for a very rough first look at our newest play-in-creation, Field Guide. We're trying to figure out HOW TO LIVE by diving into stand-up comedy, The Brothers Karamazov, and heart-throb Yul Brynner. Come tell us whether you dig the direction we are headed with this new play or what. Voluntary talk-back after each show.
Collaborators: Madge Darlington, Robert S. Fisher, Thomas Graves, Hannah Kenah, Lana Lesley, Kirk Lynn, Graham Reynolds, Brian Scott and Shawn Sides.
Fringe Arts (Philadlelphia) - April 22 - 25, 2015
AT&T Performing Arts Center - May 28-30, 2015
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Rude Mechs is proud to serve as the Resident Theatre Company for the University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance.
From now through the 2014/15 scholastic year, Rude Mechs will serve as the Resident Theatre Company. Through this innovative partnership of a renowned Tier 1 research university and Rude Mechs, a generation of new undergraduate and graduate students will gain a unique perspective on collectively creating new plays and managing a mid-size theatre.
For more information about UT's Theatre and Dance Department, visit jointhedrama.org.
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