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Stephen Harrigan on A Friend of Mr. Lincoln
The Austin writer reveals the vision behind his portrait of the 16th president as a young man in his new novel
Robert Faires • Jan. 29 issue
Austin Playhouse's Disgraced
Ayad Akhtar's drama delivers a raw, powerful conversation about race without the usual distractions
Shanon Weaver • Jan. 22 issue
Shay Ishii Dance Company's Dancestry ... Vivid
Audiences gained much from this program's re-creations of historic dances by Isadora Duncan, Loïe Fuller, and Lucia Dlugoszewski
Jonelle Seitz • Jan. 22 issue
The Radiant Road
Author Katherine Catmull elegantly summons a fairy-tale timelessness for this YA story of teen anxieties, fairies, and creativity
Rosalind Faires • Jan. 22 issue
The third annual PrintAustin floods our artful river city with multiple originals
Wayne Alan Brenner, Jan. 15 issue
For their new Austin Chamber Music Center collaboration, the pianist and composer crank up the reverb but good
Robert Faires, Jan. 15 issue
The ASO's latest musical tour of Russia took a literary turn
Robert Faires, Jan. 15 issue
The artists' live layering of video and music immersed audiences in images of suffering and transformation
Madeline Irvine, Jan. 15 issue
The local literary duo discusses being a creative couple and how it affects their work and process
Wayne Alan Brenner, Jan. 8 issue
Hyde Park Theatre and ScriptWorks' annual performance festival keeps giving artists a spot to launch a stage career in Austin
Elizabeth Cobbe, Jan. 8 issue
The baroque ensemble's first concert of 2016 delivers life lessons along with the beautiful music
Robert Faires, Jan. 8 issue
Personal strength, theatrical animism, and sexual dynamics dominate this exhibition
Seth Orion Schwaiger, Jan. 8 issue
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