Daily Arts
It’s Adults Only at the Thinkery This Thursday Night
We would never say that youth is, as some have suggested, wasted on the young. But we might complain, just short of whining about it, “Why does that awesome Thinkery place always have to be about the kids? Isn’t it enough that our property taxes are jacked ever higher to pay for new schools for all the snotnosed little darlings in this goddamn town?”

1:45PM Mon. Apr. 9, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Review: con flama
See the bus as a gallery: each window a frame, within which is the portrait of a distinct individual, one whose features, dress, and demeanor speak to the person's specific parentage, heritage, culture, life story. That's what Sharon Bridgforth invites us to see in her play con flama, happily revived by Salvage Vanguard Theater.

4:15PM Fri. Apr. 6, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Five Recommended Arts Events in Austin This Weekend
So – you survived another April Fool’s Day, then? Without anyone replacing your Oreos’ middles with, like, Pepsodent toothpaste or somesuch? Excellent. Now, back on the streets with you, citizen – out and about and experiencing some of what goodness Austin’s got to offer, artwise:

9:00AM Fri. Apr. 6, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Reader's Field Guide to Michael Noll
The night of Michael Noll’s BookPeople reading, the seating ran out quickly. Then the standing room ran out. Soon, people were all the way into the children’s section. Finally, all of Noll’s books ran out. It was a madness worthy of an established literary icon — which seems to be Noll’s future. For now, he’s the new author with the entire city behind him.

11:30AM Wed. Apr. 4, Katarina Brown Read More | Comment »

Moontower Comedy 2018: Full Lineup, Schedule
With 20 days to go before it cranks up the laughs, the Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival has released its ultimate list of 100-plus comics, with several last-minute add-ons, including Insecure's Amanda Seales, The Daily Show's Dulcé Sloan, musician Ted Leo, and a host of local stand-ups, among them Baskets breakout star Martha Kelly.

12:42PM Fri. Mar. 30, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Five Recommended Austin Arts Events this Weekend
Not that sitting around in front of a television screen as your arteries harden is other than totally edifying – oh, heavens, no! Next you’ll be thinking we’re elitists here at the ol’ Chronicle. Next you’ll be suggesting we didn’t all vote for that glorious specimen of humanity in the White House.

11:55AM Thu. Mar. 29, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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"Juntos/Together" Ties Austin's Activist Past and Present
Students marching down the streets for their rights, incidents of police brutality against minority community members, and a changing Austin landscape in response to gentrification are familiar recent headlines. However, these issues have been affecting Austinites for generations.

10:00AM Wed. Mar. 28, Acacia Coronado Read More | Comment »

Five Recommended Arts Events This Weekend
Because SXSW 2018 is over, yes. But that doesn’t mean all local creative entertainment’s suddenly gone dormant like a sociocultural tardigrade hunkering down for an eight-legged nap, right?

12:01PM Fri. Mar. 23 Read More | Comment »

Review: A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder
Onstage at the Brutalist-design Bass Concert Hall sits a Victorian theatre, complete with antique lighting sconces and a sumptuous red velvet curtain. It’s a proscenium within a proscenium and the perfect setting for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, which asks us to look at both its interior and exterior as we laugh our bloody fool heads off.

11:45AM Thu. Mar. 22, Shanon Weaver Read More | Comment »

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