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  • An Evening of Ragas

    By award-winning artists from India, featuring Abhishek Lahiri (sarod), Indrajit Banerjee (sitar), Indradeep Ghosh (violin), Subrata Bhattacharya (tabla), and Gourisankar (tabla). Sun., April 30, 5:30pm, $15

    Esquina Tango, 209 Pedernales, 512/696-3309

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  • PALS Paddle & Play Day

    The good folks at Pets Assisting the Lives of Seniors provides pet food and vet care for the pets of homebound elderly clients. Land lovers can enjoy the dog agility course, doggie beer and ice cream tastings, and more followed by an hour on the water kayaking, canoeing, or stand up paddle boarding. Sun., April 30, 9am-1pm, $15, $35 with a paddle pass

    Rowing Dock, 2418 Stratford Dr., 512/459-0999

  • Brunch With the 'Boys': Bring It On

    Catfights, navel-baring, a Top 40 soundtrack, sugarcoated sentiments: Cheerleaders grab center stage. Expect an interactive extravaganza with hosts Cupcake and Sabel Scities presiding. Read a full review of Bring It On.

    1PM, Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth

  • About Elly

    The Oscar-winning Iranian director of A Separation made this film prior to his international acclaim. In it, a kindergarten teacher mysteriously disappears while a group of old friends are vacationing at the Caspian Sea.

    4PM, Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline, 14028 U.S. Hwy. 183 N.

  • Live Score: Nosferatu

    In the realm of vampire films, this 1922 silent is the original mother lode. No one since has matched vampire Max Schreck's creepy loathsomeness. The Invincible Czars will accompany the film with their original score.

    7PM, Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth

    • Invulnerable Nothings: Bloody Poetry and (un)Staged Readings

      This romantic (ahem, Romantic) project of theatrical conjuring concerns "the intersecting historical dramas, both literary and personal, of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Mary Shelley, Lord Byron, and Claire Clairmont from the summer of 1816 until Shelley’s death in the summer of 1822." And that's evoked via performances of Howard Brenton's Bloody Poetry play about the muse-ridden company, and by readings from Frankenstein, Prometheus Unbound, and Cain. Bonus: live music. Bloody Poetry: Thu.-Sun., April 27-30, 8pm. (un)Staged Readings: Sat.-Sun., April 29-30, 3pm. Free

      The Sekrit Theatre, 1145 Perry.

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