Hyena in Petticoats featured in Never Be Royal Concert
May 2, 2019
Several songs from Hyena in Petticoats were selected to be featured in Never Be Royal, a concert by The Bossy Collective.
UC Irvine NYC Workshop Performance of Please Say You Love Me Too
April 23, 2019
UC Irvine presents a workshop of a brand new musical by Austin Nuckols and Lily Dwoskin about two students who fake a relationship for internet fame.
#Adulting: A Millennial Opera
April 7, 2019
With contributed music and libretto by Austin Nuckols, #Adulting premieres Off-Broadway.
The Scarlet Savior opens Off-Broadway
February 10, 2019
The Scarlet Savior by Lily Dwoskin and Austin Nuckols makes its New York Debut at St. Luke's Theatre as part of the Pop-sical Festival of New Musicals.
Ballerina Kitties Cabaret in Feast 3 Under St. Marks
November 20, 2018
Austin and his writing collaborators, collectively known as The Ballerina Kitties, will be showcasing work as a part of the Feast Performance Series.
Pantomonium Productions presents: What's the Deal with Scrooge?
November 14, 2018
With Music and Lyrics by Austin Nuckols, come see New York's favorite holiday tradition!
Reading Workshop: #Adulting
November 11, 2018
Imagine the Millennial version of Seinfeld. Now imagine it set to classical music. #ADULTING is a series of operatic sketch comedies about four 20-something roommates trying to figure out how to be grown-ups. By Natalie Elder and John Brooks with contributed libretto and music by Austin Nuckols and Stefan Melnyk.
Reading Workshop: The Great Cat Massacre
October 26, 2018
Austin Nuckols will be music directing the reading workshop of The Great Cat Massacre by Greg Moss and Casey O'Neil on its way to an Off Broadway stage in 2019. Director: Nathan Brewer.
Talented People Doing Things: A Peanuts Variety Show
October 13, 2018
A selection from Hyena in Petticoats, by Austin Nuckols and Lily Dwoskin, was chosen to be showcased by the talented cast of last year's sold out run of Dog Sees God. Producer Kevin Martinez and Music Director Ben Houghton.
Reading Workshop: The Scarlet Savior: A Comic Book Musical
October 6, 2018
The Scarlet Savior, by Austin Nuckols and Lily Dwoskin, is having a workshop reading of its newly completed 2 act script as it heads gears up for an Off-Broadway run in Feb 2019.
UC Irvine NYC workshop performance of The Scarlet Savior: Issue #1
April 10, 2018
The Scarlet Savior: Issue #1 by Lily Dwoskin and Austin Nuckols will have workshop performances at the Playroom Theatre April 20 and 21 as part of UC Irvine's NYC Satellite Program.
It Came From Beyond opening Off-Broadway
March 12, 2018
Austin Nuckols will be music directing the New York off-Broadway premiere of It Came From Beyond, "a 1950's sci-fi, musical comedy with book by writer/producer Cornell Christianson, music and lyrics by Stephen M. Schwartz and Norman E. Thalheimer, and directed by Jim Blanchette."
Revival of Inside Cloud 9 as part of the Acts of Faith festival
February 25, 2018
"INSIDE CLOUD 9 was commissioned by Firehouse and Dreamers from local writers Austin Nuckols and Katy Burke and it's part of the Acts of Faith festival. ... Last summer the show sold out two performances" "Want to see a slice of that inspiration up close and in action? ... Come out to Dreamers Theater this coming weekend. You’ll be glad you did."
Review: "Frankenstein is alive at St. Luke's Theatre"
February 1, 2018
Frankenstein, written by Eric Sirota, was music directed by Austin Nuckols to create "a truly a beautiful piece of theatrical art." The show's run was extended through the summer.
Hyena in Petticoats to be pitched in a live "Sing Tank"
September 29, 2017
Austin Nuckols and Lily Dwoskin will pitch their show, Hyena in Petticoats, over a live stream "to theatre and tech industry veterans including BroadwayWorld.com's Robert Diamond, Broadway Producer Deborah Taylor Barerra, Investor and Producer Frank Kavanaugh, and Senior Executive and Private Investor Jonathan Ledden."
Industry reading of 13 Alabama Ghosts & Jeffrey
March 13, 2017
This ghostly Alabama musical is headed to New York for its premiere 29 hour reading, directed by David F. M. Vaughn and music directed by Austin Nuckols.