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  • Maestro Casting Now Available to Non-Facebookers October 10, 2016
    Hey everyone, We've created a feed on the website for anyone wanting to play the Weekly Maestro shows at The Hideout Theatre. More information:
  • 9/18 (3:30pm - 7pm) Auditions for The Untitled Avant-Garde Theater Project with a Really Long Title September 6, 2016
    *The Untitled Avant-Garde Theater Project With a Really Long Title* In 2016 The Hideout Theatre will be putting on its third full year of Student Mainstage Productions. These shows will be performed by current or past Hideout students. Rehearsals will be weekly for the two months leading up to
  • audition for Peter Pan and The Great Unknown (signups close Thurs at midnight) August 25, 2016
    The cast and crew application and audition sign-up form is now LIVE for The Hideout Theatre's Nov/Dec Mainstage Production, Peter Pan and the Great Unknown: Improvised Adventures on the Island of Neverland Directed by Kaci Beeler with Assistant Direction from Margaret Rose HunsickerTechnical
  • Over the Lege - CASTING CALL July 19, 2016
    Please fill out this form if you're interested in being cast in Over the Lege. We're looking for creative, energetic, mindful players who are interested in exposing the shenanigans of the Texas Legislature through comedy and satire. If you have any questions, please e-mail
  • It Came From Your Brain! 1950s Sci-Fi Horror Improv is casting now July 18, 2016
    It came without warning! It came without reason! It Came From Your Brain! is improvised 1950's science fiction/horror directed by Kenny Madison and

Tonight in Austin Improv: Thursday, October 27

8:30 – Thirty-Plus Party Bus, feat. The Knuckleball Now and The Frank Mills – $5
10:00 – House of 1000 Sketches – $5
8:00 – The Threefer, feat. Bad Font, The Amazon & The Milksop, and Girls Girls Girls – $5
10:00 – The Free Fringe, feat. Arjet Universe – $Free
8:00 – This is Handbomb – $5
9:00 – The Franchise, feat. Brandon and GBGD – $5
FACT OF THE DAY: The Eiffel Tower was designed to be dismantled when its ownership reverted to the City of Paris after 20 years. The city decided not to take it down because its height was useful for radio broadcasts.