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Five Recommended Arts Events In Austin This Weekend
In case you’re not, you know, already too crazy busy this weekend, citizen:

1:30PM Fri. Apr. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Fusebox Festival Review: Magdalena Jarkowiec’s In Here
I went into In Here already a fan of several things: the choreographic and soft-sculpture work of Magdalena Jarkowiec, the typically nuanced and droll performances of dancers Kelsey Oliver and Alexa Capareda, and the effects of putting things in boxes.

4:00PM Thu. Apr. 19, Jonelle Seitz Read More | Comment »

Moontower Comedy 2018: Ali Siddiq
Ali Siddiq went back to jail. On purpose. When the Houston comic, who's in town for the Moontower Comedy Festival, got his first hour-long special for Comedy Central, he didn't want to film it in a club or theatre. He wanted to go to a place where he knew laughs were hard to come by, where he first started making people laugh: jail.

3:30PM Thu. Apr. 19, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Tyler Mount's Broadway Success
When the Greater Austin High School Musical Theatre Awards begin tonight, Broadway will be in the house. That's because the ceremony is being emceed by Tyler Mount, a producer on the current revival of Once on This Island and power source for the astoundingly popular Tyler Mount Vlog for Playbill.com. He's a big B'way deal.

1:25PM Wed. Apr. 18, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Moontower Comedy 2018: Julio Torres
As he describes it, Brooklyn-based comedian Julio Torres “crashed here some time ago.” Some people took him in and started calling him Space Prince. “Which I don't mind,” he says. This week, he’ll bring his kindhearted, dreamy, slightly absurdist space comedy to the Moontower Comedy Festival.

12:10PM Tue. Apr. 17, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

Mohsin Hamid Speaks to Mayor's Book Club
It was as if a rectangle door of Exit West had opened into the Austin Central Library and migrants through time had poured into its Special Event Center for a transient moment en route to their next destination. So it felt on Wed., April 11, when Mohsin Hamid, author of the much-praised novel, arrived as a guest of the Mayor's Book Club.

4:30PM Mon. Apr. 16, Sumaiya Malik Read More | Comment »

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Moontower Comedy 2018: Shmanners
Maybe it’s counterintuitive to kick off a comedy festival with a show about how to behave – talk of manners conjures images of frosty multi-course dinners at Downton Abbey. But the Moontower Comedy Festival was onto something when it booked Travis and Teresa McElroy to do a live show of their hit podcast Shmanners on Wed., April 18.

12:01PM Mon. Apr. 16, Rosalind Faires Read More | Comment »

Fusebox Festival 2018 Is Still (In Part) Available for You
And here comes the 14th annual Fusebox Festival, with its citywide array of performances and installations and artist- salons filled with creative savants from all over the globe, curated and produced by Ron Berry and his hardworking coterie of arts provocateurs, bringing Austin a diverse wealth of –

10:00AM Mon. Apr. 16, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

2018 Arts Hall of Famers Announced
The Austin Critics Table has named the 17th group of individuals to be inducted into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame, honoring leaders in dance, theatre, and arts philanthropy.

9:01AM Mon. Apr. 16, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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