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THEATRE: Black Box Productions
PSH Foundation Studio Theatre
Sunday, Nov 11, 2018 at 2:00 PM (CT)

In this compassionate, funny, devastating, and perceptive memory play, Li’l Bit looks back on her childhood, searching for a way to transcend the guilt and pain of a sexually abusive relationship with the uncle who taught her how to drive.

PLEASE BE AWARE: this play contains themes of pedophilia and incest.

430 Moon Street, San Marcos, Texas 78666

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2018 at 7:30PM


Adults: $17
TXST Student: $10
Prices include processing fee.

This is a GENERAL ADMISSION production.

Parking will be directed to the Edward Gary Parking Garage (401 Edward Gary Dr) behind the Performing Arts Center. Discounted parking passes can be purchased for $6.00 online with your order, or purchased at the box office window on the night of the event. At the end of the night, you will be able to bypass the line at the payment kiosk, go directly to your vehicle, and utilize the discounted parking pass at the gate as you exit.

If accommodations need to be made, please, contact the box office at least 48 hour before the performance date.

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Contact: Texas State Presents | 512-245-6500

University Arts (FREE Texas State Students)

My Barbarian’s Double Agency is a hybrid of theater, art, and video. Originally commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as an online video series and one-time performance event, the project used tropes from TV shows like Mission: Impossible to explore questions of cultural appropriation and boundaries between artistic fields—connecting esoteric performance art to its popular opposites, television and the internet. At this Cold War-like moment when ideological tensions between world powers intensifies without military action, My Barbarian returns to its project about spies by re-imagining Double Agency for the first time as an exhibition. In the white cube space of the Texas State Galleries, an installation of forged masks from the LACMA collection becomes the site for a new live performance. Documentation from this performance as well as new footage filmed on Texas State campus in collaboration with Texas State actors, is edited into the next episode of the Double Agency series, to premiere at the end of the exhibition’s run.

Ticket Options

+$2 TSP pro fee per paid ticket

Online ticket sales ended on 11/11/2018 at 4:00 PM (CT)

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