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OutCast Archive - February 8, 2009

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Tonight on OutCast: Jude Hickey, Jenny Larson, and Paul Soileau

Jude Hickey studied theatre performance at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, and has performed in nearly 80 productions. Since moving to Austin seven years ago, Jude has acted with several different theatre companies, including Salvage Vanguard Theatre, Shrewd Productions, Pro-Arts Collective, Ariel Dance Theatre, and Hyde Park Theatre, of which he is a company member.

For his recent role as Katurian in Hyde Park Theatre's The Pillowman, Jude received a B. Iden Payne nomination for outstanding actor in a leading role. Other favorite experiences include Thrush for Salvage Vanguard Theatre, Gyre for Ariel Dance Theatre, The Last Night Of Ballyhoo for Nebraska Repertory Theatre and Mound Builders for Burning Coal Theatre.

Jenny Larson is the Artistic Director of Salvage Vanguard Theater. She works as a director, performer, educator, and producer of the theater arts. Jenny's directing credits include reverberations, THRUSH, Voices Underwater, and SPURT. She has performed in productions at Salvage Vanguard Theater, as well as with Austin's Rude Mechanicals.

From February 13th to March 7th, Salvage Vanguard is presenting IPHIGENIA Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart (a rave fable). Described as Greek tragedy spun into a sleek netherworld of sex, drugs, and trance music. Iphigenia is the daughter of a political celebrity. She embraces sensuous excess with a transgender glam rock star named Achilles in a desperate attempt to flee her seemingly inevitable fate. Featuring Adriene Mishler as Iphigenia and Jude Hickey as Achilles. With music by Graham Reynolds and video design by Lee Webster. For ticket information, please visit

Also with us tonight is Paul Soileau, also known as Rebecca Havemeyer. Paul is a part of the local media group, Three dollar Cinema. As his alter-ego, Rebecca Havemeyer, he hosts the Hey Homo film series at the Alamo Ritz. He has recently added a new character to his repertoire named Christeene, a transgender rapper.

For more information on Rebecca Havemeyer, please visit



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