Austin Access Arts Summer Events

If you wish to volunteer for Access Austin Arts, want more information on its programs, or wish to be involved in the video project, check out AAA's Web site at: http://www.main.org/accessarts/ or call 454-9912. Upcoming events are listed below.

JUNE

Star Wars, Episode One: The Phantom Menace(AD): June 12 at Barton Creek Cinema; June 26 at Gateway, time closest to 2pm both days.Gilbert and Sullivan Society's Patience (AD): June 13, 8pm, at Helm Fine Arts Center, St. Stephen's School

State Theater Company's Hay Fever (AD): June 19, 8pm, at State Theater, 719 Congress

JULY

Movie TBA: July 10

Zilker Theatre Productions' Big River (AD): July 17 & 31, 8:30pm, at Sheffield Hillside Theatre, Zilker Park

Zilker Theatre Productions' Big River (sign interpreted): July 16, 23, 30, 8:30pm, at Sheffield Hillside Theatre, Zilker Park

State Theater Company's The Young Man from Atlanta (AD): July 24, 8pm, at State Theater, 719 Congress

AUGUST

Zilker Theatre Productions' Big River (sign interpreted), August 6, 8:30pm, at Sheffield Hillside Theatre, Zilker Park

Zilker Theatre Productions' Big River (AD), August 7, 8:30pm, at Sheffield Hillside Theatre, Zilker Park

Movie TBA, August 14

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