Salvage Vanguard Theater 2016 - 2017 Season: Create. Collaborate. Advocate.
"The energy cultivated, created, and fed inside the walls of the Salvage Vanguard is not confined to a building. It does not end because the artists move. The commitment to risk taking art, community forward thinking, and civic engagement will continue to grow. We are excited for the year ahead." -Jenny Larson, artistic director
Read our newsletter about the upcoming year HERE!
Goodbye MANOR RD
Come and say goodbye to the Salvage Vanguard Theater Manor Rd venue. Our very last event at 2803 E Manor Rd will be on June 26th from 6pm- 9pm.
There will be pizza, to help you eat your feelings. There will be beer to cry into. At 6pm The Azmaris play. The party is FREE and no reservations are required. More info HERE
HELP US MOVE?
We are moving out of our Manor Rd home this month. June 27th- 30th 9am- 6pm, and some evenings. If you are interested in lending a hand, email firstname.lastname@example.org
GUEST BY COURTESY is an original performance developed by Jenny Larson – artistic director of Salvage Vanguard Theater – and Hannah Kenah – company member, performer, and writer for the Rude Mechs. Original music composed by Graham Reynolds, who will perform live July 22nd and 23rd.
GUEST BY COURTESY portrays the mangled story of a pair of cousins waging their bizarre relationship over the course of a failing afternoon tea. Using high physicality, sharp language, and sheer vulgarity, the show plumbs the comedic depths of duration and desperation.
GUEST BY COURTESY has, thus far, delighted audiences in Texas and in Eastern Europe. We are now adding Brooklyn to that esteemed list. As part of Brooklyn Yards AUSTIN EXCHANGE, GUEST BY COURTESY will run in rep with Diana Small’s MAD AND A GOAT in an East Bed-Stuy living room.
July 22- 25 7:30pm / July 27- 30 7:30pm / Graham Reynolds plays live July 22 and 23
Church of the Friendly Ghost
Church of the Friendly Ghost is a 100% volunteer-run arts organization supporting creative expression and counter-culture community.
The collective originally formed at an old church in east Austin in 2003 and over the years has included rotating casts of volunteers, artists, local audience and long distance pen-pals. The organization has presented over one thousand events to date including concerts, art exhibitions, workshops, film screenings and other adventurous excursions. COTFG's flagship event, New Media Art and Sound Summit occurs on June 22nd- 26th this year.