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Grageriart: <i>Design 4 Everyone</i> at Crashbox
Grageriart: Design 4 Everyone at Crashbox
Math rock is hard, let's go shopping with some robots

Wayne Alan Brenner, Aug. 1, 2019

Phonography Austin's <i>The Invisible Suburb</i>
Phonography Austin's The Invisible Suburb
This World Listening day installation used recorded sounds of domestic life to create a ghostly neighborhood on a street now empty of life

Taylor Prewitt, July 25, 2019

"GD Wright: Impossible Until It's Done" at Dimension Gallery
The sculptor mirrors up a globular array of unusual glassworks

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 25, 2019

<i>The Rose: Trouble in Paradise</i> at ColdTowne Theatre
The Rose: Trouble in Paradise at ColdTowne Theatre
This improvised riff on The Bachelor captures the raw, trainwreck appeal of reality TV dating shows

Trey Gutierrez, July 25, 2019

<i>The Bird Boys</i> Brings Crime to 1970s Beaumont
The Bird Boys Brings Crime to 1970s Beaumont
Lisa Sandlin's characters try to solve the mysteries of themselves

Robert Faires, July 18, 2019

"Secrets of Earth" at Raw Paw Gallery
Serigraphic alchemist Chris Dock invites you to look through his rose-colored lenses

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 18, 2019

<i>Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee</i> by Casey Cep
Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee by Casey Cep
Casey Cep solves the mystery of the true crime book that Harper Lee never wrote

Rosalind Faires, July 18, 2019

<i>A Risky Undertaking for Loretta Singletary</i> by Terry Shames
A Risky Undertaking for Loretta Singletary by Terry Shames
Police chief Samuel Craddock searches for a missing friend while on a visit to Jarrett Creek, Texas

Robert Faires, July 18, 2019

Road Tripping With a Serial Killer in <i>Paper Ghosts</i>
Road Tripping With a Serial Killer in Paper Ghosts
As well as being a riveting psychological thriller, this tale of a road trip across Texas with a serial killer shows the state in an intimate light

Elizabeth Cobbe, July 18, 2019

<i>Houston Noir</i> Anthology Explores H-Town Badness
Houston Noir Anthology Explores H-Town Badness
H-Town badness gets the Akashic rundown in a criminally good anthology

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 18, 2019

Crime Month: <i>In the Dark</i> Podcast
Crime Month: In the Dark Podcast
Why did a boy's murder go unsolved for 27 years? Just listen.

Laura Jones, July 11, 2019

Divine Desires
Immortal Longings at Zach Theatre
In this new play by Terrence McNally, Diaghilev and Nijinsky seek revolution and godhood in the 20th century

Robert Faires, July 11, 2019

<i>Fishbowl</i> at ColdTowne Theater
Fishbowl at ColdTowne Theater
In Stephanie Thoreson's one-woman show, a gallery of awkward characters show us that it's okay to be pathetic if you laugh about it later

Laura Jones, July 11, 2019

<i>An Accidental Cuban</i>
An Accidental Cuban
Joan Moran's up-to-the-minute page-turner exposes the dark and gritty side of Cuba with schemes full of treachery, double-dealing, and murder

Jay Trachtenberg, July 11, 2019

Crime Month: <i>Dr. Death</i>
Crime Month: Dr. Death
True-crime podcast is every patient's worst nightmare

Barbara Purcell, July 5, 2019

Hyde Park Theatre's <i>Death Tax</i>
Hyde Park Theatre's Death Tax
This production of Lucas Hnath's play questions who really pays when the Reaper comes calling – and before

Elizabeth Cobbe, July 3, 2019

"Mathieu Grenier: Expanded Nomenclature" at grayDUCK Gallery
In his first solo show in Austin, this Montreal photographer blurs language and lines

Barbara Purcell, July 3, 2019

Georgetown Palace Theatre's <i>Evita</i>
Georgetown Palace Theatre's Evita
In this engaging production, the saga of Eva Perón is told with immediacy and power

Laura Jones, June 27, 2019

“Rehab El Sadek: The Memory Palace” at Big Medium
“Rehab El Sadek: The Memory Palace” at Big Medium
The exhibit is a personal chamber about the artist’s past wherein she recovers memories but also reveals their fragility

Robert Faires, June 27, 2019

Austin Playhouse's <i>The Book of Will</i>
Austin Playhouse's The Book of Will
Playwright Lauren Gunderson shows how the Bard's works came to be collected in a story of devotion and loss

Trey Gutierrez, June 20, 2019

<i>An Evening With Chlane</i> at ColdTowne Theater
An Evening With Chlane at ColdTowne Theater
In a light, enjoyable sketch show, comic couple Chloe and Lane Ingram show the cost to intimacy with just one person over others

Laura Jones, June 20, 2019

<i>Rub a Duck</i> at Blue Genie
Rub a Duck at Blue Genie
These are the kinds of movements that will make everyone moist

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 20, 2019

Review: <i>black girl love: an adaptation project</i>
black girl love: an adaptation project
GenEnCo play emphasizes range of gender roles, relationships

Lilli Hime, June 18, 2019

Hideout Theatre’s <i>Dystopian Teen Future</i>
Hideout Theatre's Dystopian Teen Future
In this take on Hunger Games and Divergent-style tales, the improvisers struggle to find a plot or laughs

Laura Jones, June 13, 2019

Local Exhibitions Point to Ways People of Color Were Freed but Still Aren't Free
Local Exhibitions Point to Ways People of Color Were Freed but Still Aren't Free
The Carver Museum asks: Freedom when?

Robert Faires, June 13, 2019

Penfold Theatre's <i>Henry V</i>
Penfold Theatre's Henry V
This production in the park makes Shakespeare's epic history into a satisfying show for a summer evening

Elizabeth Cobbe, June 13, 2019

ColdTowne Theater’s <i>Bigfoot, The Musical</i>
ColdTowne Theater’s Bigfoot, The Musical
ColdTowne brings the rarely seen creature into the spotlight for a show that’s rarely without laughs

Trey Gutierrez, June 13, 2019

City Theatre's <i>Parallel Lives: The Kathy and Mo Show</i>
City Theatre's Parallel Lives: The Kathy and Mo Show
Two great performances drive this production, but the feminist comedy feels stuck in the Eighties

Laura Jones, June 6, 2019

Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company's <i>Everything! Everything! Everything!</i>
Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company's Everything! Everything! Everything!
The achievement of this new work is that it lives up to its name, including all that is remarkable about KDHDC

Robert Faires, June 6, 2019

"Likesness" at Northern-Southern
In this group exhibition, people who depict people are the luckiest people in the world

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 6, 2019

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