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  • Community Cinema: Big Hero 6

    Witty charm, lively animation, and a swift pace help this animated superhero story rise a cut above. There is a $5 suggested donation and food trucks will be on site. Read a full review of Big Hero 6.

    7PM, Community First! Village, 9301 Hog Eye

  • Master Pancake: The VHS Edition: Choose Your Own Pancake With The Mads

    The movie mockers are joined by special guests Frank Conniff and Trace Beaulieu (“The Mads” from Mystery Science Theater 3000). Bring a VHS tape (remember those?) and if it gets picked, the crew will mock it on the spot.

    10PM, Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth

    • It's … it's … HIDEOUTRAGEOUS!

      There's a stage upstairs, there's a stage downstairs, there's coffee all over the place and all sorts of shows here. This Thursday brings you the Threefer and Free Fringe of improv, and you can check out that fancy-ass Big Bash and more on Friday, and cheer for your favorite champions in the hotly contended Theatresports Tournament on Saturdays, right after the time-looped Rewind and right before the more well-baked lightly breaded Maestro. $5-15

      The Hideout Theatre, 617 Congress, 512/443-3688

    • Montage of Memories

      Adieu, adieu! The Institution Theater celebrates a final weekend in their current space by presenting this evening of love and laughter based on memories from the six years spent at 3708 Woodbury Drive. Join those honchos Asaf Ronen and Tom Booker and their crowd of talented friends and students for a bittersweet and hilarious night of monologues and improv eulogizing. Fri., March 24, 8pm (2017), Pay what you want, bae

      Institution Theater, 3708 Woodbury, 512/895-9580

    • Davis Gallery: Kindred Spirits

      You know what's generally good? Paintings that are photorealistic. You know what's even better? Photorealistic paintings of urban scenes – especially familiar urban scenes from right here in Austin. You know what's just about perfect? When an exhibition of photorealistic paintings of familiar urban scenes features work by Daniel Blagg and David Leonard. So, this show? It's like we won the goddamn aesthetic lottery, isn't it? Answer: yes. Through April 8

      Davis Gallery, 837 W. 12th, 512/477-4929

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