ARTS & CULTURE
Area arts events make a Yellow Brick Road to The Wizard of Oz in Zilker Park
2017 Austin Sketch Festival: What To See
Maybe all of it, yes – but OMG let’s not be ridiculous
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Critics Table Tops at 25
The nominees for the 2016-17 Austin Critics Table Awards
by Robert Faires
Five Things to Do in Austin This Weekend
Because you can't just get baked & eat breakfast tacos 24/7, right?
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Alejandra Almuelle: The Silent Narrative of Things
The acclaimed sculptor brings a dark divinity to Dimension Gallery
by Wayne Alan Brenner
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Arts: Summer Snapshot
Theatre, dance, comedy, and lit events on the horizon
May 19 issue
Community: Summer Snapshot
Parades, rides, races, and more
May 19 issue
No, Really, Ada Calhoun – What’s It Like Being Married?
The New York journo tells all and, holy matrimony, her words are wise
Wayne Alan Brenner • May 17, 2017
Funniest Person in Austin 2017: Enzo Priesnitz
Somebody had to win it, y’know, and this is the guy
Wayne Alan Brenner • May 16, 2017
The artist gives voice to the blackness in creation stories and personal histories
Sam Anderson-Ramos, May 12 issue
TSBVI student artists go WEST with an exhibition of their work
Sam Anderson-Ramos, May 12 issue
When and where to go
May 12 issue
This project of 11 different dance programs in 11 months goes through one stage after another
Wayne Alan Brenner, May 5 issue
How would the proposed cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts hit Austin? Hard.
Katarina Brown, Apr. 28 issue
This combo self-guided tour and scavenger hunt gives readers a new reason to seek out local lit sellers
Rosalind Faires, Apr. 28 issue
Lorella Loftus’ really funny new play preaches that everybody’s got back, and that’s just great
T. Lynn Mikeska, Apr. 28 issue
This new touring production makes a grandly restaged, compelling tale of thin source material, with a chandelier drop that still thrills
Elizabeth Cobbe, Apr. 28 issue
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