Assault & Flattery (A&F) was established in 1953 and is one of UT Law’s longest-running traditions. We are a student group that produces a weekend of fine legal entertainment every spring, featuring an all-original student-written two-act main show; a performance by Medley, UT Law’s a cappella group; musical numbers performed by a live law-student band; and a crack team of specialists who produce short skits throughout the year, and put them on the Internet. In short, we sing, dance, act, play music, and/or make merry, poking fun at law school and the people in it.
We run A&F like a professional theater troupe. Mostly. We build our own sets, paint our own scenery, make our own costumes, and collect our own props. It's a big job, but it's a lot of fun, and you won't regret it.
To see some of our skits, visit our YouTube page!
Online sales end at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday. Remaining tickets will be available, paid with cash or check, at the door.
UT School of Social Work 1925 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin, TX
The school is between the Swimming Center and Recreation Center, near the corner of San Jacinto and Martin Luther King.Due to UT athletics events, parking near the School of Social Work may be difficult. Some lots and garages are converted to special event parking by UT Parking and Transportation Services, which charges a fee to park in them. City of Austin parking (surface spaces with pay-station kiosks) is free after 5:30 p.m. on weekdays, and free all day on weekends.
Please double-check all parking signs before leaving your vehicle. UT parking enforcement is very strict, and A&F will not be able to reverse any ticket charges that PTS may impose.
In the attached map, the School of Social Work is highlighted in blue, UT permit lots in orange, UT garages in red, and City of Austin surface parking in green. Other spaces in nearby blocks may also be available; always consult the posted signs as they may change.