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Time Out New York's David Cote placed Stop Hitting Yourself in his Best of 2014 list.

Arts in Context will air a story about Rude Mechs in January 29, 2015.

arts+culture magazine's end of year Method Gun mentions go like this and this.

Field Guide (the next new piece) will see public workshop performances in Austin in March.

Stop Hitting Yourself to be presented at ATT PAC's Wyly Theatre in May 2015.


Click here to find out what's playing at The Off Center right now.



On Thurs, January 29, 2015, KLRU will present an Arts In Context documentary on Rude Mechs
at 7:30 p.m. CST
Airing nationally and on other dates. Check your local PBS station for listings.
Check out the trailer below.


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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


Rude Mechs is proudly sponsored by:


Touch 'O Green Landscapes


Rude Mechs is a 501(c)(3) corporation.

If you would like a copy of our Form 990 Return, please contact us at our offices or via email at info AT, or look it up on the Foundation Center website.

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