Hedwig and the Angry Inch

July 11-14, 2019


Previous Productions



A Midsummer Night’s Dream (April 2018)

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a unique production that mixes Shakespeare’s most famous comedy with the spirit of Fiesta! Rich with a vibrant celebration of a multi-cultural setting, we present a tale set in an enchanted forest where we meet a misguided parent, star-crossed lovers, a weaver who’s transformed into a half-donkey, and a feuding fairy King and Queen who lead a group of skeletal fairies, elves, and wood sprites. Seasoned with music with a Mariachi flavor and dance with folklorico flare, this show is part Dia de los Muertos, part Fiesta and all about falling in love. “Aye! What fools these mortals be!”


Starring Holly Clifford as Titania and Vic Trevino as Oberon


The Royals and the Attendants:
Robert Cardoza as Theseus
Carrie Rodriguez as Hippolyta
Sara Gallegos as Philostrate
Rebecca Gutz as Egeus

The Lovers:
Shawn Hardee as Lysander
Julio C. Dueñas as Demetrius
Grace Lamberson as Hermia
Sarah Davis as Helena

The Mechanicals:
Peter Poppit as Peter Quince
Robert Moritz as Nick Bottom
Jose DeHoyos as Francis Flute
Joey Pietrazek as Robin Starveling
Patrick Soliz as Tom Snout
Dave Cortez as Snug

The Fairies:
Cecily as Peaseblossom
Marie as Mustardseed
Gabriela as Cobweb
Anjelina as First Fairy/Moth
Stephanie Jasmin as Puck


Directed by Ashley Rose Trevino
Assistant Directed by Dave Cortez
Stage Managed by Grace Lamberson
Scenic Design by Greg Hinojosa
Costume Design by Lisa Lamberson
Make-up Design by Eric Button
Produced by Nicole Erwin/Texas Light Opera and Killer Productions
Special performances by Grupo Folklorico de Bendiciones


April 6th through 15th. Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 4pm.
Tickets on sale now. $15 online; $20 at the door.
Discounts available for Seniors, Students, and Military and for groups of 10 or more.

$35 Opening Night Killer Gala and After Party tickets available. Includes reserved seating, gift bag, and admittance into the Killer After Party with cast and crew with live entertainment by Mariachi Los Parientes de Pedro Moreno.


The Last 5 Years (Feb-Mar 2018)

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An emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years, the show’s unconventional structure consists of Cathy, the woman, telling her story backwards while Jamie, the man, tells his story chronologically; the two characters only meet once, at their wedding in the middle of the show. The Last 5 Years was recently adapted into a full length motion picture starring Anna Kenderick and Jeremy Jordan.

This production will be presented as a Small Professional Tour with performances at the Texas Theatre in Seguin, the EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens in Wimberley, and at the Roxie Theatre in San Antonio.

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“A Night in Old Vienna” Masquerade Ball (Dec 31, 2017)

Traditionally done in Vienna, Austria on New Year’s Eve, the Masquerade Ball Performance of Act II of Die Fledermaus will fill you with song and laughter this New Year’s Eve. The event, presented by Texas Hill Country Opera & Arts and Texas Light Opera, will take place on Dec 31, 2017 at the Civic Center in New Braunfels, Texas. This hilarious comedy written by Johann Strauss has been a holiday spectacular around the world since 1874.  More..







Edgar Allen Poe’s Nevermore (April 2017)

Take a dark and mysterious journey into the life of Edgar Allan Poe. This imaginative musical uses Poe’s poetry and short stories as its base and his shifting obsession with the women in his life as its catalyst. With hauntingly beautiful melodies, Nevermore breathes new life into Poe’s work and explores a twisted true-life tale that is as bizarre as his classic stories of the macabre.

Make Me A Musical (April 2016)

mmmcoversquaresm A modern backstage comedy with a Faustian twist and a cynical view of showbiz. The show presents a number of prominent roles for all ages and can be staged with a cast of between 16 and 30. It sticks to the format of Shakespeare’s original work but the dialogue has been trimmed and edited.

“I loved the show, it was magic!! I had an extremely talented cast of young people to work with and they did a remarkable job of bringing the characters to life. I work with teens so my Angela was in fact only 14 years old and did her job brilliantly. As I type this I am reminded of the incredible, spine tingling rendition of ‘Showdown’ performed by the three leads. They completely blew both myself and their audience away and received standing ovations for the song. I just loved the music and characters in this show. It was such a privilege to direct and produce a show of such high quality.” – Geradine O’Brien, Youth Development Officer, Mitchell Shire Council, Victoria, Australia.

The Road To Madness (November 2015)

rtmpromo The story of literary icons F. Scott Fitzgerald (Tim Birt), his wife Zelda (Corina Zars), and Ernest Hemingway (William Florie) takes place in purgatory where Fitzgerald is being interviewed by a lady (Twyla LaMont) who has nostalgia for the Era of the 20’s, but who is also dead.

Directed by: Corina Zars and Robby Vance
Music Direction by: Nicole Erwin

Nosferatu (June 2015)

nosferatupromo Nosferatu the Vampire (a rock opera) has had three successful productions of it since the album was released: the world premiere at the Madison Theatre in Peoria, Illinois, USA, and two productions in the UK. The recording features Phantom of the Opera stars Peter Karrie and Claire Moore in the lead roles as well as Mario Frangoulis, Mark Wynter, Barry James and Simon Burke