Perform with The Telling Project
Telling: Austin, TX 2014
Saturday, October 25th, 7:00PM
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. First come, first served. Arrive early for the best seats!
Veterans tell their own stories onstage in the first performance of Telling: Austin 2014.
B. Iden Payne Theatre
Winship Drama Building
Texas Performing Arts at The University of Texas at Austin
300 E 23rd Street and San Jacinto Boulevard, Austin, TX 78712
Patrons are encouraged to park in university parking garages at the San Jacinto Garage within walking distance of the Winship Drama Building. In addition, there is metered parking available on Dean Keeton/26th Street, after 6pm on Saturday “no fee.” All parking on campus – both ADA and non-ADA requires a permit or payment of fees.
Directed by Jonathan Wei
Interviews conducted and compiled by Max Rayneard. This production of Telling: Austin is made possible by the generous support of the Bob Woodruff Foundation.
Writer: Max Rayneard – Dr. Max Rayneard is a South African Fulbright Scholar who has written, produced and/or directed for The Telling Project on a dozen productions.He has presented papers regarding his Telling Project work at both national and global conferences, and has been published in peer-reviewed academic and creative venues. He is a research affiliate of the Peace and Conflict Studies Program and the Program of Theater in the Department of English at Colgate University and holds a PhD in Comparative literature from The University of Oregon.
Director: Jonathan Wei – Jonathan Wei is a writer, director and producer. His work has appeared in The Village Voice, The Iowa Review,The North American Review, Glimmer Train and other publications and he is a past fellow of the Vermont Studio Center and the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Jonathan’s work has been staged at the Guthrie Theater, the Library of Congress, Maryland Center for the Performing Arts and others, and featured by the New York Times, Washington Post, the Huffington Post, MSNBC, NPR and others. Jonathan founded The Telling Project in 2008, and continues to serve as executive director.