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Theatre for Fri., Jan. 12
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    The Voices of Donny Hathaway

    Robert King Jr.'s new musical introduces us to a side of the late, great singer that we've never seen before, re-imagining the night prior to Hathaway jumping off the 15th story of NYC's Essex hotel.
    Jan. 12-13. Fri.-Sat., 7:30pm. $15.  
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    Uncle Vanya

    The tragicomic classic by Anton Chekhov is presented by City Theatre in a newly adapted interpretation written and staged by Rod Mechem.
    Through Feb. 4. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 3pm. $10-25.
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    When We Are Married

    "The Helliwells, the Parkers, and the Soppitts are highly respected pillars of their community … but not for much longer. Married on the same day in the same chapel, they gather to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. The celebrations are short-lived when they discover the vicar wasn’t licensed and they're not actually married, that they've been living in sin for 25 years."J.B. Priestley’s comedy is directed by Norman Blumensaadt for Different Stages.
    Through Feb. 2. Thu.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 3pm. $15-30.  
    Black Box Theatre, 901 Trinity
ONGOING
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    Speak No More

    Hideout Studios inaugurates its new performance space with this immersive, wordless, improvised tale inspired by Shakespearean tragedies. Audiences will bear witness to the ghosts of a family of unfortunate souls and their doomed acquaintances as they play out their misfortunes over and over again. Note: Audience members will be required to wear masks covering their mouths throughout the performance, and are cautioned to refrain from speaking or touching the performers.
    Through Jan. 20. Fri.-Sat., 8pm. $13.  
    Hideout Studios, 2505 E. Sixth Ste. 3-C
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    The Immigrant

    Mark Harelik's heartwarming drama is based on the true story of a young Russian-Jewish couple who entered America through the port of Galveston, seeking refuge in the tiny town of Hamilton, Texas, in 1909. Starring Huck Huckaby, Cyndi Williams, Joseph Garlock, and Estrella Gonzales. Directed by Don Toner for Austin Playhouse. And here's what our reviewer thought of the show.
    Through Jan. 28. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. $16-36.  
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    The Way She Spoke: A Docu-Mythologia

    This is Isaac Gomez's acclaimed drama about the survivors and ghosts, the women and men who have witnessed the murder and brutalization of thousands of women every year in Juarez, Mexico. Here starring Karen Rodriguez and directed by Rudy Ramirez for the Vortex Repertory Company. And here Rosalind Faires reports on the origin of the show.
    Through Jan. 20. Thu.-Fri., 8pm; Sat., 5 & 8pm; Sun., 8pm. $15-35.

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