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Little Shop Of Horrors

It's the 55th annual Zilker Summer Musical, and you could be part of it! See website for details. Sun., March 24.

SkyCandy: The Circus

The renowned local aerialists are casting their newest work! By appointment only, Fri.-Sun., March 22-24. 507 Calles #117.




The Broccoli Project presents Ira Levin's twisty and twisted "thriller in two acts." Through April 6. Thu.-Sat., 7pm. Black Box Theatre, 2201 Speedway. $10 ($5, UT students & faculty).


Monty Python's Spamalot!

We let the Pythons' "Grail" mark us years and years ago, and now here's the touring Broadway spectacle of it all – replete with song-and-dance numbers, flying cows, killer rabbits, arrogant Frenchmen, knights who say "Nih!" and other never-lapsed schtick traces. March 22-23. Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm. $25-90.

Long Center for the Performing Arts, 701 W. Riverside, 512/474-5664


Raised in Captivity

Punchkin Repertory Theatre is casting for their July production of Nicky Silver's classic exploration of sibling drama and deep, twisted human emotions. See website for details, e-mail for appointment. Sat., March 23, 11am-3pm. Arthur Murray Dance Studio, 13343 Hwy 183 N #285.



Lady Windermere's Fan

Oscar Wilde's fourth play (and his first theatrical hit, back in the day) is presented here with a fine cast embodying all the comedy a scandal-obsessed society can generate. Directed by Lara Toner for Austin Playhouse. March 15-April 7. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. In the Highland Mall, 6001 Airport. No show: Sun., March 31. $28-30.


The Brothers Merlin

Loaded Gun Theory's newest, The Brothers Merlin and their Magnificent Menagerie of Mysteries is set in a carnival after the unleashing of an unspeakable ancient evil. Comedy, magic, and 1960s B-movie horror combine for for a roller-coaster ride of weirdness. Call for appointment. Mon.-Tue., March 25-26.


Moon Over Buffalo

Ken Ludwig’s madcap play centers on two fading 1950s Hollywood performers, on the brink of a disastrous split-up, who might have one last shot at stardom. Directed by Andy Brown, starring Scot Friedman and Christina Little-Manley. Through April 14. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5:30pm. $15-25 ($10, Thursdays).

City Theatre, 3823-D Airport, 524-2870,


It's the regional premiere of this new play by Greg Pierce, about a chatty teenage girl who uncovers secrets about her reclusive, soft-spoken uncle when she visits him in exile in the Costa Rican jungle. Directed for Hyde Park Theatre by Ken Webster, starring that worthy and Molly Karrasch. Through April 27. Thu.-Sat., 8pm.

Hyde Park Theatre, 511 W. 43rd, 512/479-7529

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