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Lloyd Kaufman Live: Return to Nuke ’Em High: Vol 1

It's been 20 years since Troma last paid one of its signature visits to this school by a nuclear power plant, but the the student body has become no less strange and mutated in the interim. Lloyd Kaufman, the film director and legendary Troma founder, will be present for a midnight Q&A. advance tickets $7, at door $12

10:30PM, Spider House Ballroom, 2906 Fruth

  • The Mexcentrics: Pulga Time Machine

    This new Teatro Vivo production from writers Omar Gallaga, Raul Garza, and Karinna Perez explores, through a series of comedy sketches, what the world would be like if Selena had lived. Including such Mexcentric wonders as los lowrider drones, the show's "a seven-layer dip through pulga culture past, present, and future." [Note: Ages 16 and older only.] Through March 1. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $13-16

    Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River, 512/474-6379,

  • Art Alliance Austin: Art Night Austin

    This 11th annual event includes a curated multi-disciplinary experience spanning two locations: Women & Their Work and the Scottish Rite Theater. What you'll experience is food, film, light sculpture, oil paintings, prints, pastels, aerial dance, live music, performance art, and more as you move from space to space. Featured performances by Sky Candy and Luna Tart. Bonus: The unveiling of Denise Prince's new work and an electrofunky afterparty. Recommended! Sat., Feb. 22, 7pm (2014), $45

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