The City Theatre is the city's theater, a world class performing arts venue established for Austin directors, designers
and performers who have one goal: the continued excellence in stage performances and the desire to bring that quality,
commitment, and service to the central Texas theatrical community.
The City Theatre Company
3823 Airport Blvd. Suite D, 78722     512-524-2870
*CTC 'Hustle and Show' in the Chronicle
*Featured in Austin Monthly's May issue
*Congrats to CTC for five 2013
B Iden Payne Theatre nominations.     
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Let us find a place where the heart meets the mind - Anna Deavere Smith
Voted "Best Theater Company"  - Statesman's austin360 A-List  2009 and 2010
Class, workshop, or rehearsal
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The City Theatre, Austin
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*Voted "2010 Best Company" Austin360
*Most Fabulous receives fabulous protest
This project is funded
and supported in part by
the City of Austin through
the Cultural Arts Division
believing an investment in
the Arts is an investment
in Austin’s future.
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Thursday - Saturday 8:00 p.m. Sunday 5:30 p.m.
The Graduate
January 25 and 26
Waiting for Godot
February 8 and 9
Let us host your
party in the City
Theatre lounge
A great way to see the show!
City Theatre's 2014 - 2015 Season
Waiting for Godot, Julius Caesar, The Graduate, Love! Valour! Compassion!
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to  the Forum
and much more.
A fantastic offer on season tickets awaits!
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Now Playing!
Opening the 2015 Theatre Season!
Crank Collective presents
The True Story of
Bonnie & Clyde
February 5 - 7, 12 - 14. 8 pm.
Different Stages
continues its season
with Theresa
Rebeck's moving play
about two estranged
half-sisters mourning
the recent loss of
their mother.
February 20 - March 15
January 9 - 31
Thursday -
Saturday 8 pm.
Sunday 5 pm.
Coming in February!
Shakespeare’s captivating political
thriller portrays the life and death
struggle for power of Rome as
idealism, envy and patriotism
collide. A masterpiece on politics
and ideals, how the choices of great
men can have grave consequences.
"I came, I saw,
I conquered."