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Hideout Shows Receive B Iden Payne Nominations!

We’re honored to have received several nominations from The B. Iden Payne Awards Council for the past theater season! The B. Idea Payne Awards Council commits to seeing all the theater in town over the course of the year and then nominating their top choices for the best of the year. After that, voting is open to community members who have registered to vote! There are many categories and we’re very proud to be among the nominees in a few!

Outstanding Improv Production

Peter Pan and The Great Unknown
How I Saved The World Over Summer Vacation
The Kindness of Strangers

Outstanding Direction of An Improvised Production

Rob Yoho and Kaci Beeler  for The Kindness of Strangers
Jordan T. Maxwell and J.R. Zambrano for How I Saved The World Over Summer Vacatio

 

 

Outstanding Improvised Design

Lindsey McGowen for The Kindness of Strangers
Lindsey McGowen, Carolyn Gjertsen and Dylan Garsee  for I’ll Take The Physical Challenge
Lindsey McGowen, Jay Mahavier, Biz Gilmore and Cindy Page for How I Saved The World Over Summer Vacation
Lindsey McGowen, Carolyn Gjertsen and Kelly Campbell Peter Pan and The Great Unknown

Outstanding Cast – Improv

The Kindness of Strangers
How I Saved The World Over Summer Vacation
Peter Pan and The Great Unknown

 

 

Rudy Kloptic Award for Outstanding Improv Troupe

Parallelogramophonograph (see them EVERY FRIDAY at 10pm at “Pgraph Presents“)
The Knuckleball Now (see them monthly in “Date Night”)


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Awesome Austin Chronicle Review for The Kindness of Strangers

The Austin Chronicle reviewed The Kindness of Strangers (our current mainstage show) and had a lot of great things to say about our Tennessee Williams inspired improv show!

“You could taste the distinctive flavors of [Tennessee] Williams.”

“Characters whose interactions and choices have a gravity all their own pulling us to them.”

“This improvised salute to Tennessee Williams conjures his South’s deeply rooted traditions and misfits with style”

Read the review here!

The Kindness of Strangers runs Saturdays at 8pm through August 26! Click here to get your tickets!

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