Gorgeous landscaping for art's sake on the outside. Art for your sake on the inside.
Not only a skilled dancer and choreographer, Ariel is an artist who pushes herself to new discoveries through interdisciplinary collaborations. Her work with visual artists (like her sculptor son) and composers have added dimensions to Austin dance.
An intimate, inviting, open space, given added energy by the ghosts of hundreds of dancers who have leapt and turned and inte-rpreted their way across this much-loved floor.
A great source for print and other information. Alas, by the time this makes print, the main branch will be closed for at least six months for a major renovation. Details of Infotrac and other resources are still up in the air, but the reference numbers will continue to operate and you can find out whatcha need to know.
This cavernous café hut provides ample room for budding bards and experienced poets, with space left over for your friends to cheer you on. Spoken word open mike every Sunday - sign up at 7:30pm.
Less than a year old, this comedy troupe with (among others) Marc and Laura Pruter, Greg Dorshak, Eric and Scott Perry, and Christy Ingram, has already won a following for their mix of improv and sketches. Check out their weekly gigs at the Velveeta Room to learn about Sam Spade's lingerie and Justice Man!
The Paramount is simply "the grande dame of Austin theatres." You feel rich sitting in the audience. Zach Scott offers a pair of flexible spaces, which are used to better and better effect every season.
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