a party and performance fundraiser
at the Wally Workman Gallery, 1201 W. 6th Street (click for map)
May 9, from 7 p.m.
*Free parking available at the AISD Administrative offices at 1111 W. 6th St. Please park on the ground level of the garage (instead of above or below)
Tickets: $15-$35 sliding scale available through
or by telephoning 512.484.1242
Cash/Checks only at the door
Admission to "Ta-DA!" is all-inclusive, with toasts, delicious refreshments from Café Josie and Savory Spice Shop, access to a silent auction featuring a diverse array of unique items and cool experiences, interactive LIVE music from The Greatest American Heroes (with the return of “TV-Oke”: sing along with the band to your favorite theme songs!), and many magical surprises— all set in one of Austin’s loveliest historic homes, surrounded by inspiring contemporary art.
Don’t miss this chance to be part of a truly enchanting Austin night, with the perk of supporting DA! as we start rollin’ to the Rollins!
ABOUT OUR UPCOMING DAYBOYNIGHTGIRL:
DA! Theatre Collective is proud to announce that we will soon be making our Long Center debut with our latest original show! For one action-packed week in June at the Rollins Theatre, we will showcase the talents of our entire team (plus several incredible guest artists) for the full-length premiere of DAYBOYNIGHTGIRL.
DAYBOYNIGHTGIRL is DA!'s original full-team collaborative adaptation based on The Romance of Photogen and Nycteris, a magical tale written by Scottish fantasy maestro George MacDonald in 1882. The multidisciplinary work features choreography by Lisa del Rosarion, a script by Kirk German, and an original score by special guest collaborator Catherine Davis. Heather Huggins directs this beautiful story of two children who try to break free from the experiment of a mysterious sorcerer.
ABOUT DA! THEATRE COLLECTIVE: Since its inception in 2008, DA! has honored their commitment to produce, create, and educate in the Austin area using innovative and accessible models. In the past four years, DA! has produced 10 successful original productions, including an educational matching program for local area Title I schools and the implementation of special-event partnerships with like-minded non-profit organizations as diverse as Grrl Action, CASA, YMCA of Austin, Mission Waco / Mission World, and the Children’s Museum of Manhattan. DA! has received recognition from several notable organizations in Austin and beyond, including: “Best Nonprofit Startup” - Best of Austin Award 2009, The Austin Chronicle (Critics' Choice); 3 “Best Of” selections at the FronteraFest Short Fringe; 5 B. Iden Payne nominations (including one win for Leave it to Beverly’s Jude Hickey); 2 Austin Critics' Table nominations; 2 Applause Awards in the “Good Humor” category from Austin Live Theatre; and “critic’s pick” commendations from Time Out New York, nytheatre.com, and The Wall Street Journal for performances of our kids’ show, Heron & Crane, in New York City as part of FringeJR in the summer of 2010. DA! is proud to be a not-for-profit collective under the sponsorship of Austin’s own Hyde Park Theatre.
You can learn even more about DA! at www.datheatrecollective.org .