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Salvage Vanguard Theater Presents "Two Sweaty"

Saturday, June 30, 2018 - 8:00pm to 10:00pm

Image of woman in work out clothing working out on a stationary bike, surrounded by flames and a dark shadowy figure.

Salvage Vanguard Theater announces the Works Progress Austin sharing of playwright Megan Tabaque’s Two Sweaty.

Two Sweaty is the story of two estranged sisters who find their way back to themselves in an urban boutique cycling studio. Their journey of self-care and empowerment doesn’t stop at self-actualization. The cult like cycle club turns them into power crazy murderers.

Two Sweaty is an exploration of the female body kicking ass on stage, women being frightening, intimidating, and strong. Join us for the Works Progress Austin sharing on Saturday, June 30 at the Dougherty Arts Center.

This project is produced in coordination with the Dougherty Arts Center and Parks and Recreation Department

WORKS PROGRESS AUSTIN Launched in 2006, SVT’s Works Progress Austin development series provides artists with resources they need to bring their work to life. Works Progress Austin previously featured new works by Adrienne Dawes, Caridad Svich, Daniel Alexander Jones, and Dan Dietz.

TICKETS: Free. Walk-up’s are welcome. Reservations can be made at


Megan Tabaque is an Austin based playwright and performer originally from Florida. Most recently her play Galactic Orphans was featured in the University of Texas New Theatre showcase (UTNT). Her play, Teen Girl FANtasies (co-written with Kimberly Belflower) was nominated for an Austin Critic’s Table Award for Best New Play in 2015. Megan has her MFA in Writing from the Michener Center for Writers. She is a Kundiman Fellow for fiction, a Sewanee Writers Conference scholar, Business Manager at Salvage Vanguard Theater and co-director of Rude Mech's Off Center Teens program.​


Salvage Vanguard Theater (SVT) based in Austin TX, is a nonprofit organization that provides accessible, affordable, artistic exchange between a diverse, inclusive community of artists and audiences through high quality experiences that foster experimentation and generate conversation.

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Dougherty Arts Center
1110 Barton Springs Rd.
Austin, TX 78704
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Dougherty Arts Center