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Musical Youth! Summer Stock Austin Previews Its 2022 Shows
Everyone in Austin's theatre land knows it's not summer without Summer Stock Austin. And last night, after two years of COVID-related hiatus, the celebration of musical theatre returned as the young performers gave a sneak peek at the three shows coming to the stage in July and August.

2:48PM Tue. Jul. 19, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Water You Up to, Jason June?
Upon virtually meeting Austin-based young adult fiction novelist Jason June (like Mary-Kate Olsen), there is an instant comfort. Maybe it’s because he’s a fellow earth sign, who knows, but it’s worth mentioning, given that he is a New York Times bestselling novelist.

11:31AM Fri. Jul. 15, 2022, Valeria Valdez Read More | Comment »

First Look: Inside the New Cap City Comedy Club
No longer is the Domain just a place for hitting up Nordy's, Louie V.'s, and Neiman. Now it's also Austin's far-north outpost for laughs. Tuesday night, Cap City Comedy Club reopened at its new location with a show by Mary Lynn Rajskub and a crowd of eager fans.

1:30PM Thu. Jul. 14, 2022, Rod Machen Read More | Comment »

Indoor Queers Club
While partying outside is now cloistered to early morning hours or late at night, there’s still plenty of queer fun to be had from the comfort of your own air conditioning. Here’s the Qmmunity crew’s curation of crucial queer-centric pop culture for all y’all in the Indoor Queers Club.

2:00PM Wed. Jul. 13, 2022, James Scott, Mazzy Oliver Smallwood, Valeria Valdez and Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival Announces Omar Epps for 2022 Lineup
The Texas Book Festival has just announced the first 15 authors for its 2022 festival this fall, Nov. 5-6, in Downtown Austin. Among those names is star of House, Shooter and This Is Us Omar Epps, who will present an early look at his debut novel, Nubia: The Awakening.

10:00AM Wed. Jul. 13, 2022, Kaushiki Roy Read More | Comment »

Cap City Comedy Club Returns
New home, same laughs. Cap City Comedy Club, the cornerstone of Austin's comedy scene for nearly four decades, is finally reopening after 22 dark months, with a special show by actor and touring comedy star Mary Lynn Rajskub tomorrow night, July 12, at its new home at the Domain.

3:15PM Mon. Jul. 11, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Austin Symphony Orchestra Cancels Performance Due to Extreme Heat
Texas' heat wave strikes again. For the third time this year, the Austin Symphony Orchestra has had to cancel one of the Hartman Foundation Concerts in the Park series of shows: This time, it's tonight's scheduled performance by its brass quintet.

5:43PM Sun. Jul. 10, 2022, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Review: The City Theatre’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile
There’s no banjo playing, happy feet, or Czech wild and crazy guys in Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

10:45AM Wed. Jul. 6, 2022, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

QTPOC-Focused Fest Brings Together the Colors of Pride
Despite the LGBTQIA rainbow flag’s multicolored nature, many Pride events are unfortunately monochromatic in their representation. So when Austin Queer Asians, Austin Latinx Pride, and QWELL Community Foundation decided to put together an event, they wanted to uplift all of Pride’s shades.

2:30PM Wed. Jun. 22, 2022, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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