Texas Comedies creates musical comedies about famous – and infamous – events in Texas. We’ve done shows about the Texas Revolution, Spanish explorers, Bonnie & Clyde, the border patrol, and oil boomtowns. We’re always looking for new ideas: events in your Texas town or county to turn into an entertaining one-hour show with a live band.  We’re now on the Texas Touring Roster!


The Feud: The Most Dangerous Musical Comedy in Texas
Odeon Theater, Mason, Texas
September 21, 2019 TICKETS
In this one-hour musical comedy, a beleaguered army officer stands between an outlaw family and a band of vigilantes.

Prohibition
Goldthwaite, TX
October 19, 2019
Set in Austin, Texas on the eve of Prohibition and World War I, this production follows the feud between the “Drys” and the “Wets.”

RECENT SHOWS

The Feud: The Most Dangerous Musical Comedy in Texas
Kidd-Key Auditorium, Sherman, TX 
June 7, 2019

 

Murder in Carthage, April 5th, 2019.
This adaptation of our 2016 Austin show “Murders & Moontowers” tracks a notorious killer to East Texas in this “dark” musical comedy.

Alamo Aftermath at the Stafford Opera House,
Columbus, March 23, 2019.
Heroes and villains of every background emerged in this “Runaway Scrape.”

The Feud: The Most Dangerous Musical Comedy in Texas
Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, TX
February 14-16 and 21-23
The Civil War is over, but the fighting rages on in 1870s Texas. In this one-hour musical comedy, a beleaguered army officer stands between an outlaw family and a band of vigilantes, while a wronged woman seeks her own kind of twisted justice.

Prohibition at Texas Theatre, Seguin, August 12th, 2017
Set in Austin, Texas on the eve of Prohibition and World War I, this production follows the feud between the “Drys” and the “Wets.” Tickets

 

Prohibition at Historic Casino Hall, La Grange, October 14th, 2017
A return engagement to this fantastic newly-renovated hall, this time to perform the show “Prohibition.”   

Prohibition
Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, March 2017
Set in Austin, Texas on the eve of Prohibition and World War I, this production follows the feud between the “Drys” and the “Wets.”

The True Story of Bonnie & Clyde
Historic Casino Hall, La Grange, October 2016
Based on two Dallas reporters who pursue the story of the Barrow Gang and achieve flickering fame of their own. As the title of the opening song states, “Most of This is True.”

Murders & Moontowers
Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, February 2016

In the 1880s, Austin was in the grip of crime, corruption and mayhem. Seven women were murdered over the course of one year, leading to hysteria, vigilante justice, construction of the “Moontowers,” and now — a musical comedy with live band.


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