Chilean Theater Company to Perform in Austin This Week at UT Austin McCullough Theatre

Chile’s TEATROCINEMA is an inventive and original theatre company who create an ingenious fusion of cinema and theatre. Their highly stylized staging is a seamless blend of live action and film projection – technical and theatrical wizardry. Texas Performing Arts presents the US premiere of TEATROCINEMA, performing Sin Sangre (Without Blood ).

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Sin Sangre is an adaptation of a novella by Italian author and playwright Alessandro Baricco, with all the darkness of film noir and tension of a 1960s B-movie thriller. It is a fast paced production combining intense dialogue and raw action with widescreen cinematic projection.

Texas Performing Arts presents TEATROCINEMA: Sin Sangre (Without Blood) at the McCullough Theatre (2350 Robert Dedman Dr). The performances will be Thursday, March 21 & Friday, March 22, 2013 at 8:00 p.m.

Tickets  are$32 and there are limited $10 student tickets. There are discounted tickets available for UT faculty and staff, seniors and military and are on sale now at authorized ticket outlets, which include the Bass Concert Hall Box Office, most H-E-B stores and all Texas Box Office outlets, online at TexasPerformingArts.org, or by calling (512) 477-6060 or (800) 982-BEVO (2386).

A map of the campus: TexasPerformingArts.org/visit/maps_directions.

TEATROCINEMA is presented by Texas Performing Arts’ ArtesAméricas program. In partnership with the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies, ArtesAméricas promotes cultural dialogue in the Americas through the performing arts. For more information, please visit www.artesamericas.org.

[Source: UT Texas Performing Arts]

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