Oscar G. Brockett Theatre, F. Loren Winship Drama Building (WIN)

The Oscar G. Brockett Theatre is an intimate setting of 244 seats. Utilized most frequently for student productions of the Department of Theatre & Dance, this theatre helps develop budding new talent into experienced performers as part of Texas Performing Art's educational mission.

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300 E. 23rd Street, Austin, TX 78712

Phone

512-471-5793

Website

utexas.edu

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By Emma Watkins Directed by Jenny Lavery Playgrounds are designed to be dangerous enough for experimentation, yet safe enough to allow experiments to fail...

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