Taught by David Lee Strasberg, Lee Strasberg’s son, the seminar is designed to hone skills and develop new possibilities for advanced actors while creating a nurturing beginning for less experienced actors. Coming up fast, register soon. Fri.-Sun., Jan. 25-27. $175 (immersion; $75, observational).
The Dick Price Fan Club presents a full evening of songs by Austin's great novelty songwriter, featuring such twisted ditties as "Knife and Fork," "Father Sambuco," "Happy Dinosaur," and "I Know Who You Are, I Saw What You Did," as performed by Adriene Mishler, Mark Stewart, Jay Byrd, Matt Hislope – and Esther's Follies' Lyova Rosanoff on the piano. Where? In a private home, which they'll divulge the address of when you reserve your tickets. Recommended! Through Jan. 30. Sun.-Wed., 8pm.$15.
David Lindsay-Abaire's drama about the working-class Boston neighborhood called Southie will be produced by Different Stages under the direction of Karen Jambon. Casting: African-American woman, age 30-40; man, age 25-35. Call or see website for details. Mon.-Tue., Jan. 28-29, 7-9pm.
Fronterafest's all over for another year, people, except for this Short Fringe: Best of the Fest part –and I'm glad to tell you that any night of this line-up is worth seeing, because you'll laugh, you might cry, you will be extremely fucking entertained at all times. [Full disclosure: I helped decide which shows got to be presented again this week.] And "Austin's Best Monologist" – it's true! – Steven Tomlinson debuts his new "How to Use Evernote" piece in the Wild Card Bill. You'd best hurry, though, because these nights (and one matinee) of no-fail theatrical enjoyment are selling out so fast you'd think they were Tim Doyle prints or something! See website for full schedule details. Wed.-Sat., Feb. 14-16, 8pm.