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  • MotoGP

    For the fifth year in a row COTA hosts the only MotoGP race weekend to take place in the U.S. There will be plenty of opportunities to check out new gear, get some autographs, and hobnob with your fellow gearheads as you watch the riders push their two-wheeled machines to the limit. Fri.-Sun., April 21-23, $39-199

    Circuit of the Americas, 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd., 512/301-6600

    www.thecircuit.com

  • UT Baseball

    Vs. New Orleans: Fri., April 21, 7pm; Sat., April 22, 4pm; Sun., April 23, 1:30pm

    Disch-Falk Field, 1300 E. MLK, 512/471-5732

    www.texassports.com

  • Indie Meme Film Festival

    Indie Meme, which presents the best of South Asian indie cinema throughout the year, is back for its second annual festival. In addition to feature film screenings and parties, many of the filmmakers will be in attendance at the screenings, and will also partake in a panel discussion. The full lineup and badges are at www.indiememe.com. See "Connecting Through Cinema," April 14, for more on the festival.

    Arbor Cinema @ Great Hills, 9828 Great Hills Trail

  • Austin Public Library Presents: Jazz by the Books

    It's an afternoon of jazz films and classic performances. First up is Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies, a 1981 Broadway musical, followed by the 2001 doc The Ladies Sing the Blues, and capping it off with taped performances by Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O'Day, and Nina Simone.

    1PM, Recycled Reads, 5335 Burnet Rd.

  • AFS: New French Cinema Week: Paris la Blanche

    An Algerian woman travels to Paris in search of her estranged husband, who has been living there for the past 40 years. Director Lidia Terki will be in attendance.

    5:30PM, Texas Spirit Theater at the Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 Congress

  • Video Vortex: Things

    A brain-melting export from Canada, two dudes goes missing, a husband tries to impregnate his wife with insect larvae, and that's just the tip of the iceberg.

    7PM, Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar

  • 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.

    7:15PM, 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: Fri., April 21, 8pm; Sun.-Mon., April 23-24, 8pm; Wed.-Sun., April 26-30, 8pm. (un)Staged Readings: Sat.-Sun., April 29-30, 3pm. Free

      The Sekrit Theatre, 1145 Perry.

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