With Great Difficulty Alice Sits is the story of Alice and Heath, a pregnant couple trapped in the most joyful time of their lives. They are expecting - and expecting and expecting and expecting and expecting. The longer they wait, the further they slip into anxiety and despair, and their possible daughter becomes an instrument of torment. Read more about the performance here...

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: October 27th- November 19th. Thursday to Saturday nights at 8pm

Every night is Pay-What-You-Can at the door. Every night is FREE for teenagers at the door. Online reservations start at $10. 

Open rehearsal: With Great Difficulty Alice Sits

October 5th 2016 7- 8pm at the Susanna Dickinson Museum, 411 E 5th St

UPDATE! Tickets to this Rehearsal are SOLD OUT. Email box@salvagevanguard.org to get on our stand-by list

A behind the scenes look at the SVT creative process. Wine and snacks provided. 


SALVAGE VANGUARD THEATER AND VICEROYS ANNOUNCE

#EVERY28HOURS PLAYS

#Every28Hours, presented at Huston-Tillotson University, encompasses a day of community, accompanied by the presentation of one-minute plays that act as an artistic expression of the Black Lives Matter movement. Come celebrate the rich history and vibrant culture of East Austin with performances from the #Every28Hours Plays Festival, which features rapid-fire 60-second plays rooted in the statistic that a person of color becomes the victim of police brutality every 28 hours.

WHAT: The opportunity to engage with local champions of diversity in discussion of imperative sociopolitical topics.

WHEN: Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 6- 9pm

WHERE: Huston-Tillotson University | 900 Chicon St, Austin, TX 78702
TICKETS: FREE, walk-up tickets available

ABOUT EVERY28HOURS NATIONAL PROJECT:  www.every28hoursplays.org


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