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In Memoriam: Frank Benge
In Memoriam: Frank Benge
Remembering the artist, critic, and man of the theatre

Robert Faires, March 18, 2020

Parallelogramophonograph Goes Virtual
PGraph Goes Virtual
Local improv troupe storms the internet with live yes-and comic relief

Wayne Alan Brenner, March 17, 2020

Patreon Announces Weird Stream-A-Thon to Help After SXSW Cancellation
Patreon Announces Weird Stream-A-Thon to Help After SXSW Cancellation
Three-hour streaming event to raise funds for affected artists

Richard Whittaker, March 16, 2020

BookPeople Is Temporarily Closed – But Still Ready to Sell You Books & More
BookPeople Goes Online
Free delivery, curbside pick-up, staff recos – activate!

Wayne Alan Brenner, March 16, 2020

The <i>Persistence of Vision</i> Podcast Books Your Life Up Right
PoV Podcast: Booking You Up Right
Austin-based audio series brings lively lit-talk from local lights

Wayne Alan Brenner, March 16, 2020

The Social Distancing Festival Is Live Online
Social Distancing Festival: Live Online
No, for real: A variety of performative arts, streamed live to you

Wayne Alan Brenner, March 15, 2020

Right This Minute: See <i>So Lucky</i>, Live
Right This Minute: See So Lucky, Live
Lucky Chaos and Sad Girls, streaming their new show for your eyes lonely

W. A. Brenner, March 15, 2020

Austin Area Cancellations and Other COVID-19 Updates
Austin Area Cancellations and Other COVID-19 Updates
Gov. Abbott declares statewide public health disaster

James Renovitch, March 13, 2020

Frank Erwin Center Postpones Shows Indefinitely
Frank Erwin Center Postpones Shows Indefinitely
Plus an extended spring break and more cancellations

the Editorial Staff, March 12, 2020

How the SXSW Cancellation Has Impacted Poster Artists
How the SXSW Cancellation Has Impacted Poster Artists
With gallery shows and Flatstock shuttered, artists look to online to get their posters seen

Richard Whittaker, March 12, 2020

<i>So Lucky</i> Makes Space for Asian Americans Onstage
So Lucky Makes Space for Asian Americans Onstage
Sad Girls Productions' new play hopes to create connections within the community

Robert Faires, March 12, 2020

Vortex and New Manifest Theatre's <i>good friday</i>
Vortex and New Manifest Theatre's good friday
Kristiana Rae Colón's shocking drama puts audiences at the intersection of gun violence and sexual assault, and makes us think about both

Trey Gutierrez, March 12, 2020

Fallout Theater's <i>The 2020 First Annual Hollywood Awards Show: Live in Hollywood!</i>
Fallout Theater's The 2020 First Annual Hollywood Awards Show: Live in Hollywood!
A zany yet surprisingly relevant awards show satire dives into the glitzy soullessness of Hollywood

Madelyn Geyer, March 12, 2020

How the SXSW Cancellation Has Impacted the Hideout Theatre
How the SXSW Cancellation Has Impacted the Hideout Theatre
Comedy theatre mulls the corporate cash influx and concession sales that went away

Wayne Alan Brenner, March 12, 2020

Writers Conference in San Antonio Carries On Despite Coronavirus
Writers Conference in San Antonio Carries On Despite Coronavirus
The Association of Writing Programs conference proceeded even under a public health emergency and with reduced attendance

Mark Gozonsky, March 12, 2020

Lit in the Time of Coronavirus
Lit in the Time of Coronavirus
From emerging writer to potential vector at AWP in San Antonio

Mark Gozonsky, March 12, 2020

Book Review: <i>Barn 8</i>
Book Review: Barn 8
Deb Olin Unferth reveals humor and humanity inside a hen heist

Robert Faires, March 9, 2020

On Air: Election Post-Mortem, Project Connect Preview
On Air: Election Post-Mortem, Project Connect Preview
Plus: Emily Beyda discusses her novel The Body Double

Kimberley Jones, March 6, 2020

Book Review: <i>The Body Double</i>
Book Review: The Body Double
Emily Beyda's debut novel is ready for its close-up

Robert Faires, March 6, 2020

Review: <i>SUGA</i>
Review: SUGA
Travis Coe performs his personal solo work with rigorous grace

Yasmin Zacaria Mikhaiel, March 5, 2020

Austin Symphony Orchestra Heads Bach to the Clubs
Austin Symphony Orchestra Heads Bach to the Clubs
Round Two of ASO's collaboration between a string quartet and local DJs resulted in a sold-out show at the North Door

Robert Faires, March 5, 2020

New Exhibit at the Blanton Will Have You Feeling the Bern
New Exhibit at the Blanton Will Have You Feeling the Bern
"The Avant-garde Networks of Amauta" explores the social movement from Latin America in the 1920s

Barbara Purcell, March 5, 2020

Shrewd Productions' <i>Alabaster</i>
Shrewd Productions' Alabaster
This deeply felt staging of Audrey Cefaly's new play brings us into a home where loss lives to show us when to leave

Robert Faires, March 5, 2020

Gateway Theatre Project's <i>Ghosts</i>
Gateway Theatre Project's Ghosts
This site-specific staging immerses its small audiences in Ibsen's bleak, tragic world via an Austin home

Trey Gutierrez, March 5, 2020

<i>Hezada! I Miss You</i> by Erin Pringle
Hezada! I Miss You by Erin Pringle
Erin Pringle's debut novel is a circus of grief

Cat McCarrey, March 5, 2020

SXSW Comedy: Your 2020 Lineup
SXSW Comedy: Your 2020 Lineup
Get ready for Buress, Davidson, National Lampoon, and more

Robert Faires, March 4, 2020

2nd Annual Pig Pageant by Central Texas Pig Rescue
2nd Annual Pig Pageant by Central Texas Pig Rescue
Photos by David Brendan Hall

Photos, March 2, 2020

Paradox Players' <i>The Mountaintop</i>
Paradox Players' The Mountaintop
In this powerful production of Katori Hall's drama, MLK wrestles with his life's meaning – and maybe an angel

Laura Jones, Feb. 27, 2020

Different Stages' <i>Gliders</i>
Different Stages' Gliders
Rita Anderson's domestic drama sets one family's frictions against the backdrop of the Apollo 11 mission

Robert Faires, Feb. 27, 2020

<i>Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas</i> Lives Up to Its Title
Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas Lives Up to Its Title
Stephen Harrigan chronicles the Lone Star State’s last 500 years

Robert Faires, Feb. 27, 2020

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