Everything the Traffic Will Allow

Here's where you can get your musical theatre fixes in Central Texas in July.

Annie Get Your Gun: through July 29, Palace Theatre, 810 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown. 512/869-7469, www.georgetownpalace.org.

Into the Woods: through July 29, Hill Country Community Theatre, 2003 W. FM 2147, Cottonwood Shores near Marble Falls. 830/798-8944, www.thehcct.org.

The Sound of Music: through Aug. 11, Beverly S. Sheffield Zilker Hillside Theater, 2301 Barton Springs Rd. 479-9491, www.zilker.org.

Chess: through July 22, Austin Playhouse temporary facility at Mueller, 1800 1/2 Simond; Aug. 2-12, Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside. www.austinplayhouse.com, www.thelongcenter.org.

Legally Blonde: The Musical: July 26-Aug. 12, Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside. www.thelongcenter.org.

A Year With Frog and Toad: July 29-Aug. 12, Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside. www.thelongcenter.org.

Xanadu: July 18-Sept. 2, Zach Theatre Kleberg Stage, 1421 W. Riverside. 476-0541, www.zachtheatre.org.

Fiddler on the Roof: through July 29, Circle Arts Theatre, 124 Elizabeth, New Braunfels. www.circleartstheatre.org.

The Rocky Horror Show: July 19-Aug. 11, Playhouse Smithville, 110 Main, Smithville. 512/360-7397, www.playhousesmithville.com.

Hello, Dolly!: July 20-Aug 19, Russell Hill Rogers Theater, 800 W. Ashby Place, San Antonio. 210/733-7258, www.sanpedroplayhouse.com.

Hairspray: July 21-Aug. 12, Cameo Theatre, 1123 E. Commerce, San Antonio. www.cameotheatre.org.

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