Butch Holler Here We Come

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Date 01.16.20
Admission $18–20
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BroadwayWorld Austin's 2017 Outstanding Original Full-Length Script Winner (Casey Wimpee) returns for an encore late-night show at The Museum of Human Achievement. Directed by Leah Bonvisutto, and featuring Judd Farris, Michael Mason, Colt W. Keeney, Isaac Byrne, and Cole Wimpee.

Ticket Price: $20 Door/ $18 Advance / General Admission / Concessions by Donation


1973, West Virginia. Following a cave collapse, 5 coal miners struggle to survive the dwindling supply of oxygen, the lack of food and water, the unravelling sense of passing time, and, even more threatening, their own competing natures. Brutally weaving through family histories, complicated friendships, crooked politics, childhood visions, audacious hopes, eerie dreams, criminal addictions, and fervent spirituality in this run-ofthe-mill Appalachian community, Butcher Holler Here We Come is a descent into the male psyche-in-crisis where secret desires, carnal urges, and hidden memories come boiling to the surface in a primitive territory of Earth that mirrors the subliminal mind.


Text: Casey Wimpee
Direction: Leah Bonvissuto
Rep Actors: Adam Belvo*, Isaac Byrne*, Jared Culverhouse, Judd Farris, Devin Finn, Colt Keeney, Morrison Keddie, Nicholas Kier, Michael Mason*, Harlan Short, Adam Laten Willson*, & Cole Wimpee* (*denotes primary cast)
Original Sound Design: Ryan Dorin
Original Graphics: Kalli Newman
Original Photography: Yvonne Allaway


“Visceral. A jarring piece of theater and a fine introduction to the Tank’s DarkFest!” – The New York Times

“A Fast-paced thriller. Bold, inventive, crisp staging...At once terrifying and exciting!” – New York Theatre Now

“A Vulnerable and exciting experience. One grand hallucination!” – NY TheatreScene

“Inspired direction by Leah Bonvissuto of a strong cast.” – Dallas Morning News

“The play feels like a secret, as if the audience is the first to witness an undiscovered talent…it is an incomparable production that tests the limits of theatre.” – Arkansas Traveler.

“Wildly fantastical & disturbingly real!” – Austin Entertainment Weekly