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Jeff Nichols on the Tragic Romance of The Bikeriders
There are few more iconic and emblematically American images than the biker gang. The leathers, the patches, the choppers, the camaraderie. But there's also the violence, the depravity, the criminal conspiracies.

11:35AM Thu. Jun. 20, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Review: Disney’s Frozen
Disney built a snowman, and it snowballed into a mountain. Frozen hasn’t just spawned a cinematic sequel (with a second on the way), it’s also covered the land with magic in the touring production of the Broadway show, Disney’s Frozen.

4:35PM Sat. Jun. 15, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Memorial for Austin Sci-Fi Legend Howard Waldrop Announced
The life, friendships, and legacy of Howard Waldrop, a legend of sci-fi short stories, a mainstay of the Texas literary scene for more than 50 years, and fly fishing aficionado, will be recounted and celebrated at a memorial service.

7:07AM Tue. Jun. 4, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Caroline Bowman and the Kinder Side of Elsa in Disney's Frozen
If Elsa wasn’t Elsa, who would she be? Olaf, of course. Well, at least, that’s what Caroline Bowman thinks, and she should know.

7:00AM Mon. Jun. 3, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

“It’s a Really Big TikTok”: Texas Ex Connor Wood Talks First Stand-Up Tour
“I want to put it on record that I didn’t move to L.A. to be a TikToker,” Connor Wood declares.

12:57PM Wed. May 22, Carys Anderson Read More | Comment »

Texas Performing Arts Crosses Media for 2024-25 Season
The Bass Concert Hall will ring with music, resonate with stories, and echo with the sound of dance – both world class and very much amateur – as Texas Performing Arts has announced its 2024-25 season.

1:19PM Tue. May 14, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Family Classic and Timely New Productions for Zach’s 2024-25 Season
Zach Theatre has become one of Austin’s most significant stages for both crowd-pleasing popular productions and challenging works that intrigue and enthrall. With the 2024-25 season, announced today, both are represented in both returning favorites and brand-new productions.

6:00PM Wed. May 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Austin Opera Redefines the Limits of Opera for 2024-25 Season
If you think opera is just warbling about Teutonic deities, newly-announced Austin Opera's 2024-25 season may change your mind, with a Cold War paranoia drama, a new work about the Day of the Dead, and a choral landmark from a master of opera to be performed alongside a tragic classic.

9:37AM Wed. May 1, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

David Sedaris and the Art of Ignoring
David Sedaris is used to crowds. As a New Yorker, he’s used to being in one of the most crowded cities in America: not crowded as in simply packed, but in the constant presence of a bubbling humanity in its streets.

7:00AM Sun. Apr. 28, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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