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Bill Evans: Time Remembered

Documentary about the life and music of the revolutionary jazz pianist, with commentary from many of his associates.

7:15PM, UT School of Music Recital Studio, 1 University Station E3100

  • Graham Reynolds Dive Bar Workshop

    Free music from the Golden Arm Trio on a Monday night in a sweet watering hole in the heart of the city? Hell yes, as that maestro Reynolds and Jeremy Bruch and Utah Hamrick welcome a new guest each week, trying out rafter-rocking new works and offering a few excerpts from the Pancho Villa From a Safe Distance chamber piece that will debut in Marfa this winter. Mon., Aug. 29, 8pm

    Dive Bar, 1703 Guadalupe

  • Orphans

    Street Corner Arts presents this terrific Lyle Kessler drama about two young brothers, living on their own in a Philadelphia row house, who kidnap an older man – who turns the tables on them in a surprising way. Directed by Sarah Becker, starring Chris Alvarenga, Aaron Johnson, and Michael Stuart. Through Sept. 3. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. Extra show: Mon., Aug. 29, 8pm

    The Back Pack, 2400 E. Cesar Chavez #206

  • Butridge Gallery: Sum You Some Me

    The husband-and-wife team of Felice House and Dana Younger present their first art collaboration in Austin, an exhibition featuring six-foot-wide paintings and super-sized sculptures of body parts. We know what wonders these two can create separately; we're excited to witness what they've done together. Reception: Wed., Aug. 17, 6-8pm.

    Dougherty Arts Center, 1110 Barton Springs Rd., 512/974-4000

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