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    Dry Land

    Ruby Rae Spiegel's intense drama, set almost entirely in the girls' locker room of a Florida high school, explores "the complexities of female friendship, abortion, adolescents in crisis, and the terrifying process of becoming yourself." Directed by Marian Kansas for Permanent Record. Note: Nudity and graphic content. And here's what our reviewer thought of the show.
    Through Dec. 2. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $12-25.  
    Mastrogeorge Theatre, 130 Pedernales #318-B.
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    East Austin Studio Tour

    No, no, citizen, there is no way you haven't at least heard of this thing. After all these years, after all its Austin-positive consequences, unless you just moved here from, like, Turnip Patch, Idaho, you know that 1) this is the single biggest visual-arts event in the city, 2) it's been going on annually for more than a decade, 3) those relentless movers-and-shakers of Big Medium are the main engine powering its glory, 4) it takes place over two weekends, 5) you get to invade, as it were, the home studios of dozens and dozens of artists on the sunrise side of the ATX, 6) you can mingle in all those amazing Eastside galleries, too, where there will be special shows and sales and demos and parties going on, and 7) we have some recos for you – right here, in fact – so you might avail yourself of a little graphic brilliance beyond the wealth of wonders everyone always enjoys at Canopy and Flatbed and Pump Project during this thing. Get it? Got it? Good.
    Nov. 18-19. Sat.-Sun., 11am-6pm
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    Lora Reynolds gallery: Kay Rosen + Hubbard/Birchler

    Kay Rosen makes paintings, drawings, videos, prints, and collages of words. Small, monumental, whatever the scale, her compositions in Jumbo Mumbo can feature just a single word in unexpected ways. Video artists Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler's Night Shift comprises four one-sided conversations between Sam (an older police officer) and four rookie cops.
    Through Nov. 11
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    The Contemporary Austin: John Bock + Wangechi Mutu

    Bock's Dead + Juicy exhibition centers around a newly commissioned film that was shot in and around Austin, blending classic Westerns and dark comedy with spooky thriller and horror aesthetics. Mutu offers a new, site-specific edition of Throw, 2017, a painting created by the artist throwing black paper pulp against the wall, resulting in an abstract composition that dries, hardens, and then degrades over time.
    Through Jan. 14
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    Co-Lab Projects: Good Mourning Tis of Thee

    Alyssa Taylor Wendt and Sean Gaulager have curated up a conceptual group show that addresses grief, loss, death, architecture, and urban development, wrangling more than 65 artists and performers from Texas, New York, Detroit, and Seattle. "The show is especially relevant as the building is slated for subsequent demolition to make room for a planned development on the site."
    Through Nov. 25
    721 Congress.
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    Davis Gallery: The Afterlife of Artifacts

    We could probably just mention that this exhibition (featuring a quintet of assemblage artists) contains work by Steve Brudniak and watch the smarter crowds gather for some deep gawking … but we wouldn't want to diss the talented likes of Barbara Irwin, John Sager, Larry Seaman, and Steve Wiman – whose complex three-dimensional creations are also well worthy of your time.
    Through Nov. 25
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    Eleven Eleven Party

    Now that Jennifer Sherburn & Natalie George's yearlong 11:11 series has wrapped, it's time to join them (and the kinetic quartet of Taryn Lavery, Amy Myers, Rosalyn Nasky, and Lisa del Rosario) to celebrate all those diverse performances – and to vote for two out of the many, to have just those two expanded as full-length events in 2018. "Just those two," because Sherburn's got other things a-cookin', besides, and you can learn about them (and help decide the 11:11:2018 performances) at this night's beer-fueled party and awards ceremony at Live Oak Brewing.
    Sat., Nov. 11, 6-9pm. Free, but bring some bucks for beer.  
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    POP Austin International Art Show

    Now witness this year's vibrant iteration of the much-gabbed-about extravaganza, featuring artists from around the world who've come together to create four days of dynamic programming, eye candy, and brain fodder, right here in the ATX. Note: The price of admission varies; but, if you can afford it, those fancy VIP tickets are a worthwhile option. Addendum: Terri Thomas is part of this whole shebang, and that alone is reason enough to attend and celebrate. See website for details.
    Nov. 9-12. Thu., 6pm-12mid; Fri.-Sun., 10am-6pm. $20-150.
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    Rude Fusion: Bear Eats Bear

    Rude Mechs and groundswell theatre company present Lydia Blaisdell's retro-future audio adventure that invites theatre fans, audiophiles, and hikers to join the Rebellion and discover the fabled Archive of the Before Time in a feral, apocalyptic American wilderness. Directed by Katie Van Winkle, with performances by Martinique Duchene-Phillips, Katie Dahm, and Megan Tabaque, and featuring a panoply of local voice talents on cassette tape. It's "a hike, a collage, a satire, a desperate plea, and a memorial for the world’s transient and fierce beauty," says the director. And right here is what our reviewer says.
    Through Nov. 12. Sat.-Sun., 3 & 5pm. $10-25.  
    Location revealed with ticket purchase.
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    Stephen L. Clark Gallery: Libros

    This new Lance Letscher exhibition celebrates the opening of Austin's new Central Library.
    Through Nov. 11
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    Texas Biennial

    The central feature of this Big Medium event is a group survey exhibition curated from a statewide open call: All artists living and working in the state, as well as those within 10 miles of any border, were eligible to enter, with the final lineup for display decided by Leslie Moody Castro. Read all about it right here!
    Through Nov. 11
    211 E Alpine.
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    Wafflefest! Oh My God, It's Wafflefest!

    Once a year, the Hideout Theatre figures it's not enough to just present some terrific improv comedy at their venue on Congress in the heart of Downtown, they've also got to spend one weekend offering their audiences all the fresh hot waffles you can eat – also, syrup and whipped cream and chocolate sauce and other such toppings – all that food is included free during an expanded roster of entertainment, and it's just what you need after a day of traipsing around the EAST. And if you guessed that this weekend is the weekend for 2017, you're correct, you lucky urbanite, you! Grab a seat for some top-notch extemporaneous shenanigans of all flavors – Available Cupholders, Parallelogramophonograph, Known Wizards, Migas, Girls Girls Girls: Improvised Musicals, Movie Riot, The Amazon and the Milksop, Fuck This Week, Lover Boy, and many more – more than 25 troupes from all the improv camps in town, performing while you munch on plate after plate of golden waffley goodness at this 16th annual comedy spectacle.
    Nov. 9-11. Thu.-Sat., 7:30-10pm. $8-15 per bloc of shows.
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    Theatre

    A Tuna Christmas

    No, no, Jaston Williamswho created this wacky small-town wonderment with Joe Sears and Ed Howard – that Jaston ain't in this version, now, hon, but he sure 'nough directs it and brings "the third smallest town in Texas, where the Lion’s Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies" back to hilarious holiday life with just three actors playing all 25 of the Tuna citizens.
    Through Dec. 31. Wed.-Fri., 7:30pm; Sat., 2:30 & 7:30pm; Sun., 2:30pm. $25 and up.  
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    All the Good People

    "A troubled young woman joins a group of do-gooders known as The Fellowship and discovers an unsavory secret that she’s unwilling (and unable) to leave behind" in this new drama written and directed by Justin M. West for Mercurial Theatre.
    Through Nov. 19. Fri.-Sun., 8pm. $16.50 and up.  
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    Anon(ymous)

    Naomi Iizuka’s play about a refugee and his travels across the American landscape, bringing him face-to-face with an array of strange and glorious characters, is directed by Michelle Polgar for St. Edward's Theatre Department. This fiercely relevant adaptation of Homer's Odyssey features guest performers Patrick Gathron, Carla Nickerson, and Josean Rodriguez among a fine St. Ed's cast. And here's what our reviewer thought of the show.
    Through Nov. 19. Thu.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $18-25.  
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    Art.Science.Gallery.: TX*SCI

    That excellent gallery in Canopy presents a group exhibit featuring work by Texas artists who are inspired by any of the natural sciences as a majority of their current artistic practice. Which, lucky for the viewer, means that the talents represented include Laurie Frick, Jules Buck Jones, Calder Kamin, Cathy Savage, David Martínez, and more. Quant suff! Recommended!
    Through Nov. 26
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    ARTBASH: Artist Happy Hour

    Art Alliance Austin invites you to grab a cocktail, experience an original exhibition, and chat with some of the local artists (e.g., Teruko Nimura and Suzanne Wyss) whose work brought ARTBASH to life this first weekend of EAST.
    Nov. 11-12. Sat.-Sun., 4-6pm. Free.
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    Austin Art Garage: No Risk, No Reward

    Think you can handle the Truth? Then check out this show of bold new works by Austin-based street artist and muralist Mike "Truth" Johnston, galvanizing the walls of this fierce gallery right off South Lamar.
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    Austin Opera: Carmen

    Bizet’s classic tells the tale of one of the most dynamic characters in the operatic canon and is spiced with some of its most beloved music, including the “Toreador Song” and the “Habanera.” Mezzo-soprano Sandra Piques Eddy and tenor Chad Shelton star in this new version that's set in the Seventies.
    Thu., Nov. 16, 7:30pm; Sun., Nov. 19, 2:30pm. $39 and up.  
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    Bale Creek Allen Gallery: Jack Massing

    BC Allen's excellent venue in Canopy presents a solo show of the "Broadside Series" by this Massing fellow – better known to the world at large as one half of those boundary-breaking, media-manipulating, spectacle-spinning Art Guys.
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    Big Medium: Skin Thick

    Big Medium presents the inaugural Tito's Prize exhibition, featuring winner Zack Ingram.
    Through Dec. 16
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    Camiba Art: Speechless

    Margaret Smithers-Crump, an artist whose career spans 37 years, renders her chosen base materials – Plexiglas and polycarbonate – so that they take on a natural, organic, and living quality. Coral reefs? You may believe you're among them.
    Through Dec. 2
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    Carver Museum: State of Ascension

    Mixed-media vessel works by Rejina Thomas, featuring art she created during the past two decades, with themes positioning the womb as a metaphorical looking glass from which viewers experience and understand the world.
    Through Feb. 28
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    Comedy

    Chad Daniels

    Listen: "Babies are miracles. Think about it. When they're born their feet are tiny. Yet, they can somehow step on all your hopes and dreams." Yeah, this guy know's what's up. Even though he's from Minnesota. Don't hold that against him, OK? Instead, hold your finger on that button or whatever, click what's necessary to get a ticket for his show. You … do like stand-up, right?
    Nov. 8-11. Wed.-Thu., 8pm; Fri.-Sat., 8 & 10:30pm. $12-23.  
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    Litera

    ChingoZine 7

    Puro Chingón Collective releases their latest zine, a definite literary event … but, note: This party is part of the East Austin Studio Tour lineup of events, so we reckon the gig will be especially rockin'.
    Sat., Nov. 11, 8pm-12mid. Free.
    Nepantla, 1209 E. Cesar Chavez
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    Collection Rert: Water Bodies

    Recent oil paintings by Sheila Scoville that mimic the sensory overload of visiting the ocean and poke fun at female personifications of all things nautical.
    Reception (with music by Aaron Russell): Sat., Nov.11, 7-10pm. Free.
    2608 Rogers.
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    Creek Show

    This fourth annual show features six light-based, site-specific art installations, all created by local talent, along Waller Creek. It's a trail of luminescent Downtown fun for the whole family.
    Through Nov. 18. Nightly, 6-10pm
    Waller Creek, between Fifth & Eighth Streets
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    De Stijl: you i i i everything else

    In which Elizabeth McDonald Schwaiger and Seth Orion Schwaiger exploit the original function of the gallery building – a modest bungalow – and create a domestic environment, a painting-filled home, a hypothetical household that reflects our current anxious times. "Human behavioral science, psychological theory, geo-political power structures, scientific and technological experiments, and the history of art and of science are just some of the subjects both artists mine and explore."
    Through Dec. 16
    1004 W. 31st.
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    EAST: Fisterra Studio

    In which Jennifer Chenoweth hosts her annual EAST party, a most excellent fête, at her home and art studio.
    During EAST, yes
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    Esther's Follies: AUDITIONS

    The iconic Esther's troupe on East Sixth seeks male performers with comedic experience and singing ability, especially actors who can jump right into the cast and learn the material quickly. Must be available to perform Thu.-Sat., with rehearsals Tue.-Wed., noon-3pm. Send 'em an email with résumé and headshot for consideration.

    Like, right now.

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    Comedy

    Fall Fest at the Follies

    Musical comedy skits, magic, and a political satirical revue with the bustling backdrop of Sixth Street on view through the stagefront window! Esther’s Follies brings the city lots of new sketches, and, boy howdy, do we need them more than ever! Austin’s lawmakers are skewered with those Special Session Blues, and check out the new Trump musical, “The Lyin’ King,” a Disneyesque take on that orange-faced rump roast and his band of Merry Minions. Plus, would you believe … a dance-off between Bill Nye the Science Guy and Neil deGrasse Tyson? Because science! And of course that sexy magician Ray Anderson will thrill the crowd with his Torched and Claw illusions.
    Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $25-35.  
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    Litera

    Fifteen Minutes of Fame

    is a noncritique writing practice group and meets on the third Saturday of each month.
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    Flatbed Press: Moments in Movement

    Taiko Chandler’s monotypes and monoprints are energetic explorations investigating the transience and ephemeral nature of day-to-day life.
    Through Dec. 30
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    Gallery Shoal Creek: Sounds in Time/Marks in Space

    The painter Tony Saladino has always "felt a deep connection between music and what emerges from his creative process." The artist explores this connectivity in a series of 12 new works on canvas.
    Through Nov. 22
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    grayDUCk gallery: Doing Work

    Who's doing work? Visual artist Raul Gonzalez is doing work. He's been doing work – paintings and drawings created to shift public perception of working-class immigrants and the role of stay-at-home fathers, now filling the walls of this elegant gallery.
    Through Dec. 3
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    ICOSA: From Eden to Oblivion

    New works from the adventurous collective, curated by Jade Walker and Alyssa Taylor Wendt for the EAST.
    Nov. 11-19. Sat.-Sun., 11am-6pm
    702 Shady #190.
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    Interactionarama

    Linda Mary Montano and a stellar group of Austin collaborators – Maida Barbour, Alton Dulaney, Kerthy Fix, Carol Gilson, Suze Kemper, Elana Logsdon, Rachel Martin, Seven Sexton, kt shorb, and Rosey the Therapy Dog – present this three-hour "healing collage" as an opportunity to experience, aesthetically and performatively, the old age, sickness, and death of the legendary artist's father, Henry Joseph Montano. Intimate, immersive, and life-affirming.
    Nov. 10-11. Fri.-Sat., 8pm. $15-35.  
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    Interwoven Community Weaving Project

    Sat., Nov. 11, 11am-6pm. Free.
    Rosewood Zaragosa Neighborhood Center, 2800 Webberville Rd.
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    Comedy

    It's … Hideoutrageous!

    There's a stage upstairs, there's a stage downstairs, there's coffee all over the place and all sorts of shows here. This Thursday brings you the Threefer and Free Fringe of improv, and you can check out that award-winning Parallelogramophonograph and the Big Bash fanciness on Friday; and get ready for Dance Dreams on Saturdays, improv about the drama-fraught world of competitive dance – right after the student-driven Soundstage 23, and right before the extemporaneous donnybrook of that magister-marbled Maestro. See website for more.
    Nov. 9-11. Thu.-Sat., 7:30-10pm
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    It's … Institutional!

    Holy shit – it's God vs. the Devil on Friday night at 10pm, an improv smackdown in which those power-mad beings mercilessly fuck with the performers and judge which of them ascend to the glories of heaven or descend to the agonies of hell. (Well – glories, agonies, YMMV.) And Saturdays bring a variety of slightly more earthly delights, and, nota bene, that annual Fuck, It's Christmas! sketch show, a fine antidote to seasonal saccharine overdose, is on its way soon. See website for details.
    $10.  
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    Comedy

    It's … subterranean!

    It's the underground space Downtown, swarming with improvisers and stand-up comics and sketch artists, here in the powerhouse founded by Chris Trew and Tami Nelson. Monday nights feature Fuck This Week, wherein your moans, groans, gripes, and complaints are turned into comedy gold. They let Rob Gagnon do his Sandbox thing on Tuesdays at 9pm, Wednesdays get some work done in the Garage, Thursday welcomes you the nihilist paradise of Doomtown, and Friday rocks with the The Franchise and A Very Special Special with Allison O'Conor, whereas Saturday's stage with sauté your giblets with Stuffed: A Thanksgiving Puppet Comedy Show. And we reckon the popular Megaphone Show that night will do its public-pleasing thing, too. And on Sunday, the – ah, see website for more shows and details.
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    Link & Pin: Early EAST

    Featuring works by David Parsons, Lyle Adair, Connie Miller, Jill Robinson, Marcy Ann Villafana, Kali Parsons, and more.
    Through Nov. 19
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    Little Pink Monster Gallery: B U M M E R S U M M E R

    Here's another bright part of that EAST, as Annie Wells and her coterie of talented friends pop up an opening-reception party of drinks and noms and fancy dress and live spray-painting among the work of 15 artists.
    Sat., Nov. 11, 6-11pm. Free.
    1913 E. 17th
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    Litera

    Mark Z. Danielewski: The Familiar, Volume 5

    The astonishing series about a young girl who befriends a cat hunting humanity continues. The author appears – no fire, no brimstone, he simply walks into the room – to tell us about it tonight. The cat will be in disguise, perhaps as the dongle on a strategically placed cell phone. Suggestion: Answer the call.
    Sat., Nov. 11, 6pm
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    MASS Gallery: Staycation 2

    What in the world? How about an exhibition featuring 10 Austin-based artists whose work reflects on humanity's relationship to the natural world? Yes, featuring Ryan Cronk, Dave Culpepper, Bethany Johnson, TJ Lemanski, Rebecca Marino, and more.

    And, listen, this is also the local debut of Barry Stone's new Daily, in a Nimble Sea book – with accompanying photos on display – and our code is all glitchy with joy just thinking about it.

    Through Dec. 16
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    Mexic-Arte Museum: Diego and Frida

    Mexic-Arte celebrates the 110th anniversary of Frida Kahlo’s birth with "A Smile in the Middle of the Way," an exhibition that takes an intimate look at the relationship between Kahlo and Diego Rivera, as seen through the lens of notable photographers of that time, including images by Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Ansel Adams, Guillermo Kahlo, Leo Matiz, Nickolas Muray, Edward Weston, and Guillermo Zamora.
    Through Nov. 26. $5 ($4, senior citizens, students).
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    Northern-Southern Gallery: Solace

    OMG, Phillip Niemeyer's Northern-Southern is back! Now in a new Eastside space, the adventurous gallery re-opens with this two-person show featuring image fields, virtuoso brushwork, wall drawings, carpet ribbons, and all-over installations by Lisa Choinacky and Kel Brown.
    Through Nov. 18
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    Old Bakery Gallery: Light and Shadow

    Contemporary oils by Debbi Smith Rourke; recent photographs by Bill Oakey and Jack Marshall.
    Through Dec. 6. free.
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    Plein Air Austin: Zilker Botanical Garden

    The region's liveliest group of outdoor painters has its first annual show among the fall-tinted flora in our city's favorite garden.
    Reception: Fri., Nov. 10, 6-9pm
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    Prizer Gallery: Birds' Nests and Refuge

    In which habitat photographer Sharon Beals has documented birds’ nests and eggs from all over the world (produced by species both thriving and endangered) and writers Chaitali Sen, Ching-In Chen, Dena Afrasaibi, and Maria Reva offer poetry and prose that investigates contemporary immigrant experience in the U.S. and the depth and complexity of questions of home.
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    Secret Society Productions: Magic & Mystery

    This free show promises entertainment from "several of Austin's premier magicians."
    Sat., Nov. 11, 7pm. Free.
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    Seven

    Conceived by Carol Mack and written by seven award-winning playwrights – Paula Cizmar, Catherine Filloux, Gail Kriegel, Carol K. Mack, Ruth Margraff, Anna Deavere Smith, and Susan Yankowitz – this show tells the true stories of seven women who fought for the well-being of women, families, and children around the globe. Directed by Kelly Carolyn Gordon.
    Nov. 9-12. Thu.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $10.  
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    SouthPop: Elbow Grease

    The new exhibition here features the art of Jon Narum, Nicholas Russell, and Sam Yeates, three artists who've been involved in the Austin music scene since the early Seventies. And the opening reception's got beer, wine, and live music by John Inmon.
    Through Dec. 2. $5.
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    Comedy

    Stone Cold Comedy

    Check out what's happening in this right-next-to-that-funky-video-store hotbed of comedy. Thursdays showcase longtime house improv troupe, the rightfully celebrated Frank Mills, and follow that with the fierce sketch style of Pendulum. And then there's the laughalicious ladies of Loverboy going all Kiss and Tell on Fridays; that Live at ColdTowne stand-up showcase hosted by Carina Magyar on the same night; and don't miss Barney Miller: Dark Knight, wherein your favorites from the 12th precinct deal with the day-to-day in Batman's Gotham; and then, Martini Ranch's Queer & Now sketches and Midnight Society! Oh, and Sunday's Stool Pigeon! See website for more.
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    SVT's Three-Headed Festival

    Salvage Vanguard Theatre keeps it comin' with three weekends of solo performance that examine the fears and beasts ruling U.S. American life. This final weekend, it's Travis Tate brings us It's a Travesty! One Night with Jazzie Mercado!, a "glitter-bombed elegy for the distances working to separate us from ourselves."
    Through Nov. 11. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $10-25.  
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    The Brothers Size

    Here's the Capital T production of Tarell Alvin McCraney's exploration of the bonds of love between brothers and friends. You know Capital T: Damn good work, always. You probably know McCraney, too: He wrote Moonlight. See this beautiful new work, with Delanté Keys, Sean Christopher, and John Christopher directed by Jason Phelps. And here's what our reviewer thought of the show.
    Through Nov. 18. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $20-30.  
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    The Seafarer

    It's the Austin premiere for this Conor McPherson play about luck, the past, and the power of friendship. Darkly funny? Riddled with perilous personal history and booze? We did say McPherson, did we not? Directed by Karen Sneed for City Theatre.
    Through Nov. 26. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 3pm. $15-25 ($10, Thursdays).  
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    Comedy

    Trey Galyon

    Dude's the antihero of comedy, we supposedly said at one time. Well, OK. And he's been gigging with Doug Benson for so long that he (Galyon) probably reeks of, you know, The Weed. You can catch this festival favorite onstage at the Velv this weekend, with the very funny Pat Sirois opening.
    Nov. 10-11. Fri., 9pm; Sat., 9 & 11pm. $10.  
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    Wally Workman Gallery: Low Places

    Color, you say? You want a wealth of color brightening your people-forward compositions? Patrick Puckett's large, boldly painted canvases explore the human figure, inspired by the artist's life in the American South.
    Through Nov. 25
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    Yard Dog: Lost Souls

    A vivid section of new work by the Mekons' Jon Langford adorns the Yard Dog walls, flooding the intimate SoCo space with phantasmagorical paintings and monoprints.
    Through Nov. 28
Ongoing
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    Offscreen

    Austin Public

    Committed to freedom of speech and expression, Austin Public is a nonexclusive and content-neutral media studio that offers low- and no-cost training, equipment, facilities, and cablecasting services to all Austinites. It is managed by the Austin Film Society under contract from the city of Austin, and operates cable channels 10, 11, and 16, and live streams. New training classes are ongoing; see website for calendar.