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Matteo Lane: "I’m Joking, Can You Imagine?"
From struggling to sell 50 tickets to selling out theaters in Denver, San Francisco, Boston, Vancouver, London, and even Chicago, Matteo Lane used his creativity, opera singing, and impressions – which he calls a natural extension of his voice – to hit success in the comedy industry.

2:00PM Wed. Apr. 20, Dina Barrish Read More | Comment »

Matteo Lane: I’m Joking, Can You Imagine?
Moontower Review: Nikki Glaser
Nikki Glaser exudes confidence. The Moontower Just for Laughs headliner earned roaring laughter for every one of her jokes at the sold-out Paramount Theatre last Thursday night, but she also earned silence, which is arguably more impressive.

3:32PM Tue. Apr. 19, Dina Barrish Read More | Comment »

Review: City Theatre's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
These days, productions at the City Theatre feel like a litmus test for one's ability to sit through three-plus hours of live theater after a two-year COVID hiatus.

3:00PM Mon. Apr. 18, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

Review: Zach's The Rocky Horror Show Still Tasteless, Plotless, Pointless, and Perfect
When The Rocky Horror Show opened on Broadway in 1975, Newsweek found the outrageous rock musical by Richard O’Brien "tasteless, plotless, and pointless."

12:30PM Mon. Apr. 18, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

Fusebox Artists Display “Prime Specimens” of Southern Camp
Buff women. Beautiful dogs. Big trucks. All three are testaments to excess, to wanting more and more, to queering the baseline existence of their subjects – and all three will feature in Tailgate Projects’ truck painting performance on April 16 at MASS Gallery as part of Fusebox Festival.

4:30PM Thu. Apr. 14, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Sound and Vision: The Meow Wolf/Spatial Connection
Tick tock, tick tock. Somewhere in space-time, there's a countdown: at 4:20pm on April 20 (4:20 4/20), Meow Wolf will be announcing ... something.

2:00PM Thu. Apr. 14, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Review: The Lion King Roars Strong
The imminent release of Robert Eggers' bloody Viking epic The Northman is a timely reminder that the story of Hamlet is over a millennium old. The Lion King or Disney's Hamlet on the veldt, is not quite that venerable, but after 25 years of constant productions and tours its cultural impact is undeniable.

8:00PM Tue. Apr. 12, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Review: The Lion King Roars Strong
An Ode to 25 Years of Joy With Peter Bay
No name rings more synonymous with “Austin Symphony Orchestra” than that of conductor and ASO Music Director Peter Bay.

2:00PM Thu. Mar. 31, Jasmine Lane Read More | Comment »

SXSW’s ‘What’s In a Metaverse?’: A Brief & Somewhat Biased Recap
“What’s in a metaverse?” If I tried to answer the question posed by this SXSW panel’s title, my natural bias would be instantly obvious. Because I’d raise one meshy Lelutka eyebrow and say, “Um, just look at Second Life.”

6:45PM Thu. Mar. 17, Memory Harker Read More | Comment »

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