2017: SECTION X-MEN

Welcome to Assault & Flattery’s website, we’re so glad you’re here! The script is finished, the show is cast, and Assault & Flattery is well underway to once again light up the stage with our annual show! 2017 marks Assault & Flattery’s 64th year of bringing happiness and cheap jokes to the students of Texas Law. This March, we are proud to bring you Section X-Men, a two act production inspired by the Marvel comic series, X-Men, with an intermission performance by Texas Law’s premier (and only) a cappella group, Medley!

In a world where sections are divided, one, Section X, rises above… I mean, they’re all the same. Exactly the same. When Professor Evil bands together with SBA, TLF, and TRESL, it is up to Section X, I mean everyone, all the same, to combat the radical Texas law community who have the intention of exterminating the elite Texas ranking. Swag bags? Lockers? Nothing is safe from Professor Evil’s dangerous plan. An unconventional villain will require an unconventional solution that will leave the audience gasping, “who are the real bad guys?”

It is sure to be an exciting event filled with action, adventure, romance, and an appropriate amount of spandex, and we hope to see you in the audience!

Tickets, Parking, etc.

Show dates are Thursday, March 2nd, at 7pm; Friday, March 3rd, at 7pm.; Saturday, March 4th, at 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm); and Sunday, March 5th, at 2pm (doors open at 1.30pm).

Tickets will cost $15 ($10 for the matinee). Tickets are AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW, in the atrium (starting the 22nd of February), or at the door. Beware that some shows sell out, so it’s worth it to buy your tickets ahead of time.

The theatre is located in the School of Social Work; it’s called the Utopia Theatre. You can park in the lots to the East of the school with any UT parking permit (in designated spaces). You can also take the Number 7 bus which will also take you downtown after the show to go to bar review, etc.

Parking located near the theatre. The areas in green show metered parking available to the public ($1/hour). Red areas are garages available to the public ($3/hour).

Can’t wait for the show (neither can we!) and eager to know more about A&F? Feel free to read about us, check out our music videos, or view some Medley performances. If you aren’t a law student–or are a student of the non-performing variety–and want to support A&F, consider donating. Either way, we hope to see you at Section X-Men!

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