About Fox Den Theatre Company
Fox Den Theatre’s Best Boys (Left is Phoenix, Right is Dionysus)
Fox Den Theatre Company is a local Austin theatre group, dedicated to creating and fostering a collaborative, safe, and open environment for artists to create new and thoughtful works of art. By giving local artists an avenue to express their artistic voice, we hope to create art that reflects the communities we live in and serve.
Fox Den is an open creative environment in which every artist’s opinion is given value and respected. We firmly stick behind the old saying, “theatre is a collaborative art,” and believe in giving everyone in the production a stake in the artistic decisions.
We at Fox Den view Safety as a key element of our organization, both for our performers and our audiences. We strive to make our productions an environment in which everyone feels emotionally and physically safe, and to provide content warnings for shows that deal in sensitive topics. If you ever have a question regarding any performance, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fox Den strives to be inclusive and open to every person, regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, creed, or any other category that makes you the unique and beautiful individual you are.
Christopher Robyn Anderson founded Fox Den Theatre Company in 2018 with the goal of creating purposeful, impactful art with the immensely talented artists in Austin’s theatre scene. A transplant from California, Christopher has found a home in Austin, a city with art in its heart. Christopher has filled nearly every position in a theatre at some point, from Costuming to Acting, but his wheelhouse is Directing and Playwriting. He holds a degree from Christopher Newport University in Directing and Dramatic Literature.
Nichole Bennett researches science communication in the Ph.D. program with The Moody College of Communication at The University of Texas. She is also an improv performer, instructor, director, and technical designer and has won three B. Iden Payne awards. Nichole teaches improv to neurodivergent youth through The Hideout Theatre’s Building Connections Program and created STEMprov, where she teaches scientists improv to boost their communication skills (http://stemprov.org)