Leon and Stella Alesi provide ocular proof of a life in the arts
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Chris Cubas: King for a Month
How comedian Chris Cubas talked his way into being one of the wealthiest people in Austin – temporarily
Carina Magyar • Oct. 21 issue
Hidden Room Theatre's Houdini Speaks to the Living
In Houdini Speaks to the Living, Hidden Room Theatre resurrects two dead celebrities for a spirited battle
Wayne Alan Brenner • Oct. 21 issue
UT Dept. of Theatre & Dance's In the Red and Brown Water
Multiple storytelling modes make Tarell Alvin McCraney's complex play operate as both theatre and ritual
Elizabeth Cobbe • Oct. 14 issue
"The First Horizons of Juno" at MASS Gallery
Within this smart and variable group show are three works that are muscular, robust, something to pump your fist to
Sam Anderson-Ramos • Oct. 14 issue
The whole country's saddling up with Austin's vaqueros of verse
Wayne Alan Brenner, Oct. 7 issue
The company has gathered all the right people for this beautiful, painful, timely tale of a man and a woman in a dying world
Elizabeth Cobbe, Oct. 7 issue
This gangster spectacle based on Hitler's rise feels more than timely in the current election year
Robert Faires, Oct. 7 issue
The artist's reconsideration of his suburban hometown hinges on the conflict between the mass-produced and the personal
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Oct. 7 issue
Like a fairy in her YA novel The Radiant Road, Katherine Catmull keeps transforming the mundane into lovely art
Rosalind Faires, Sep. 30 issue
Sidebar to "Katherine Catmull at the Texas Teen Book Festival"
Rosalind Faires, Sep. 30 issue
This luminous staging of Lauren Gunderson's play brings wonder to the universe and makes it at once vast and intimate
Robert Faires, Sep. 30 issue
This survey shows how the photographer captured the culture of his time in ways both compelling and frightening
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Sep. 30 issue
Two Austin Musicians Killed in Wreck Chris Porter and Mitchell Vandenburg taken in tragic tour crash
Chris Cubas: King for a Month How comedian Chris Cubas talked his way into being one of the wealthiest people in Austin – temporarily
First Look: Eberly Victorian and mid-century modern meet in contemporary space