Behind the scenes: Don Quixote de La Redo

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“The company provides full value, playing with (not against) the audience, and reveals its innovative spirit and high creativity as it does so. This is a company to follow.“  - Austin Live Theater

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2016-12-13T00:41:23+00:00
“The company provides full value, playing with (not against) the audience, and reveals its innovative spirit and high creativity as it does so. This is a company to follow.“  - Austin Live Theater
“Glass Half Full Theatre has the seductive ability to coax the viewer's imagination into flying away on a magic carpet ride with the storytellers." -CtxLiveTheatre.com
Glass Half Full Theatre
2016-12-13T00:40:01+00:00
“Glass Half Full Theatre has the seductive ability to coax the viewer's imagination into flying away on a magic carpet ride with the storytellers." -CtxLiveTheatre.com
“Allow yourself to be immersed in the evening and I guarantee you days and nights of discussion over what you have experienced to follow.” - Broadway World Austin
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2016-12-13T00:40:24+00:00
“Allow yourself to be immersed in the evening and I guarantee you days and nights of discussion over what you have experienced to follow.” - Broadway World Austin
… the tiny company that in its few years creating theater in Austin has netted several awards and considerable critical acclaim for its inventive blend of puppetry and physical storytelling . .    -Austin American Statesman
Glass Half Full Theatre
2016-12-13T00:38:27+00:00
… the tiny company that in its few years creating theater in Austin has netted several awards and considerable critical acclaim for its inventive blend of puppetry and physical storytelling . .    -Austin American Statesman
“A bare foot was all it was . .  that foot acquired sentience . . . Which, of course, made the illusion of intelligence, of a separate aliveness, all the more wondrous and wondrously comical."  - The Austin Chronicle
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2016-12-13T00:40:56+00:00
“A bare foot was all it was . .  that foot acquired sentience . . . Which, of course, made the illusion of intelligence, of a separate aliveness, all the more wondrous and wondrously comical."  - The Austin Chronicle