Love for a Show about Love

W.K. is closing this weekend.  I have been blown away by the outpouring of praise and support we've gotten for this show.  There is something to be said for telling a simple story in a compelling way.  Again and again people come up to us after the show and want to talk about their unique experience, about their lost loves, about their story.  This is why I keep coming back to you, theatre, even when you stress me out and make me cry, I know that in the end you're important and we have to keep trying, keep striving.  Maybe that's my lifetime love story...so far.  There are many ways to get in on this project, even if you missed it in Austin.  If you are in Austin, but you haven't seen it yet we have three more shows at the Vortex.  January 30, 31, and February 1.


The evening is a surprising mix of avant garde theatre, performance art, mime, dance, and modern drama. Those are certainly disparate ingredients that should be difficult to mix, but they wonderfully coalesce here. Of the avant garde moments, director Katherine Wilkinson and writer Zoey Cane Belyea ensure that they never fall into the trap of misguided pretentiousness that other pieces often do.
— Jeff Davis (Broadway World)
I can say with impunity that Katherine Wilkinson is the most exciting young director in Austin and you need to fucking see her work.
— Rudy Ramirez

YOU CAN WATCH THE WHOLE SHOW BECAUSE IT WAS STREAMING ON HOWLROUND TV.  #WK #NEWPLAY #THANKS