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Five Ways to Dress Up Your Bare, Bare Walls
Five Ways to Dress Up Your Bare, Bare Walls
A big weekend of gallery shows gives you plenty of decorating opportunities

Wayne Alan Brenner, May 19, 2022

Review: Ground Floor Theatre’s <i>Dot</i>
Ground Floor Theatre’s Dot
An authentic albeit imbalanced emotional journey into dementia

Bob Abelman, May 19, 2022

Austin Gay Men’s Chorus Sings for Gen Z and Queer Community
Austin Gay Men’s Chorus Sings for Gen Z and Queer Community
Concert looks to keep Austin young and queer’d

James Scott, May 12, 2022

Review: Austin Shakespeare's <i>A Midsummer Night’s Dream</i>
Review: Austin Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream
Less-than-magical production salvaged by a night of unexpected spontaneity

Bob Abelman, May 12, 2022

Five Things to Head Off the Hex on Friday the 13th
Five Things to Head Off the Hex on Friday the 13th
Shake off the curse of this mini-Halloween

Richard Whittaker, May 12, 2022

Review: Broadway in Austin’s <i>Summer: The Donna Summer Musical</i>
Review: Broadway in Austin’s Summer: The Donna Summer Musical
Now is the Summer of our discontent after this flat jukebox

Bob Abelman, May 7, 2022

Review: Zach Theatre's <i>Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch</i>
Review: Zach Theatre's Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch
Surprisingly minimalist adaptation of beloved kids book still enchants

Bob Abelman, May 5, 2022

Five Ways to Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Five Ways to Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
AAPI events abound and range from CelebrASIA to Bollywood fitness

Richard Whittaker, May 5, 2022

Inside Season 3 of <i>Barry</i> at Moontower Just for Laughs
Inside Season 3 of Barry at Moontower Just for Laughs
The cast spill the beans on Bill Hader's darkest secret

Rod Machen, April 28, 2022

ScriptWorks’ Out of Ink 2022: Unusual Embrace
ScriptWorks’ Out of Ink 2022: Unusual Embrace
Short-form showcase spotlights local artists in 10 minutes or less

Bob Abelman, April 28, 2022

Five Ways to Celebrate Science Fiction's Biggest Holiday
Five Ways to Celebrate Science Fiction's Biggest Holiday
Celebrate different ways of looking at the cosmos for May the Fourth

Wayne Alan Brenner, April 28, 2022

Shimmy Around the Globe as the Jigglewatts Celebrate World Burlesque Day
Shimmy Around the Globe as the Jigglewatts Celebrate World Burlesque Day
Austin's sinsational artists join the international festivities

Richard Whittaker, April 27, 2022

Moontower Review: Deon Cole
Moontower Review: Deon Cole
Black-ish star delivered the set the audience wanted

Dina Barrish, April 26, 2022

Dances for Dogs and People Who Walk Them
Dances for Dogs and People Who Walk Them
Photos by Jana Birchum

Photos, April 25, 2022

Moontower Review: Marc Maron
Moontower Review: Marc Maron
The Cassandra of comedy enjoys the silence

Richard Whittaker, April 23, 2022

Moontower Review: New Faces of Comedy
Moontower Review: New Faces of Comedy
Auditioning comics go wild in six minute slots

Richard Whittaker, April 22, 2022

Sarah Silverman:
Sarah Silverman: "You've Got to Always Be Writing and Always Be Changing"
The Moontower headliner on the joy of funerals, and gallows humor

Richard Whittaker, April 21, 2022

"Surreal Garden" at Zilker Botanical Garden
Photos by John Anderson

Photos, April 21, 2022

Through Steel, Wood, Glass, and Gas, Ion Art Turns Zilker Into a Glowing Wonderland
Through Steel, Wood, Glass, and Gas, Ion Art Turns Zilker Into a Glowing Wonderland
Enter the Neon Garden

Wayne Alan Brenner, April 21, 2022

Matteo Lane:
Matteo Lane: "I’m Joking, Can You Imagine?"
How is a comedy festival like Six Flags? Ask comedy's rising star.

Dina Barrish, April 20, 2022

Moontower Review: Nikki Glaser
Moontower Review: Nikki Glaser
Headliner takes down pickup artists as she tests new material

Dina Barrish, April 19, 2022

Review: City Theatre's <i>Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?</i>
Review: City Theatre's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
A perfect measure of schadenfreude on the rocks, with an angst chaser

Bob Abelman, April 18, 2022

Review: Zach's <i>The Rocky Horror Show</i> Still Tasteless, Plotless, Pointless, and Perfect
The Rocky Horror Show
Cult classic is a welcome jump to the left, step to the right

Bob Abelman, April 18, 2022

Fusebox Artists Display “Prime Specimens” of Southern Camp
Fusebox Artists Display “Prime Specimens” of Southern Camp
Kale Roberts, Silky Shoemaker, Michelle Devereaux put a truck in drag

James Scott, April 14, 2022

Sound and Vision: The Meow Wolf/Spatial Connection
Sound and Vision: The Meow Wolf/Spatial Connection
Did SXSW give a preview of the technology behind the next portal?

Richard Whittaker, April 14, 2022

Moontower Star Sophie Buddle on How Comedy Is Becoming More Welcoming to Women
Moontower Star Sophie Buddle on How Comedy Is Becoming More Welcoming to Women
“Austin is such a comedy city”

Dina Barrish, April 14, 2022

Five Things to Experience at Fusebox Festival
Five Things to Experience at Fusebox Festival
Defeat your FOMO with these top picks from the free and fantastic arts festival

Wayne Alan Brenner, April 14, 2022

Austin Embraces Ceramicist and Educator Tammie Rubin
Austin Embraces Ceramicist and Educator Tammie Rubin
Tito's Vodka prize winner looks forward to her 2023 solo show

Vivie Behrens, April 14, 2022

Texan Catherine Cohen Brings New York Opulence to Moontower Comedy
Texan Catherine Cohen Brings New York Opulence to Moontower Comedy
Moontower star talks musicals, oversharing, and what she’s reading now

Rachel Rascoe, April 14, 2022

“Best of Austin” Winner Avery Moore Isn’t Kidding Around
“Best of Austin” Winner Avery Moore Isn’t Kidding Around
"Hey man, this is for you"

Rod Machen, April 14, 2022

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