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Author Casey McQuiston Loves Love
Under the best of circumstances, international politics and heartwarming romance make strange bedfellows. In 2019, the pairing might be accused of being preposterous, even cruelly self-indulgent. But that presumes two things: that there's definitively no light at the end of our tunnel and that there’s something less-than about a happy ending.

5:00PM Tue. May 21, Rosalind Faires Read More | Comment »

Nominees for the 2018-19 Austin Critics Table Awards Announced
Members of the Austin Critics Table have considered the hundreds of stage productions, concerts, and art exhibitions mounted locally between May 1, 2018, and April 30, 2019, and settled on what was outstanding in dance, classical music, visual art, and theatre in that span and announced the nominees for the 2019 Critics Table Awards.

12:01PM Mon. May 13, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Comedian Arielle Isaac Norman Asks, “How Dark Can We Get?”
Arielle Isaac Norman might be the grossest comic in Austin. Or, then again, it might be Norman’s friend and Gender Fluids podcast co-host Austin Smartt. “I have always described her as the only comic in Austin who’s more disgusting than I am.” Norman assures, “We really are the two most disgusting comics in town.”

10:16AM Mon. May 13, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Ballet Austin's Night of Community
For more than 20 years, Ballet Austin has run a little-known program which has left a big impression on audiences the night before the opening night, transforming each final dress rehearsal into an official evening at the ballet for those who might otherwise not have this opportunity.

3:05PM Thu. May 9, Barbara Purcell Read More | Comment »

In Memoriam: Rodolfo Mendez
A man who devoted four decades of his life to bringing dance to students on Austin's Eastside, changing countless lives in the process, has left us. Rodolfo Méndez, founder of Ballet East Dance Theatre and its guiding light since 1978, died Sunday evening, May 5. He was 74.

6:20PM Tue. May 7, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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2019 Arts Hall of Famers Announced
The Austin Critics Table has named the 18th group of individuals to be inducted into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame, honoring leaders in dance, theatre, and arts philanthropy.

12:30PM Tue. May 7, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Capital City Men’s Chorus Celebrates 30 Years
Almost everyone knows of the Stonewall Riots, but countless figures and legacies contributed to the present-day LGBTQ rights movement and have long gone unsung. But this spring, Austin's Capital City Men’s Chorus will illuminate the lesser known stories of America’s 20th century LGBTQ icons at Unbreakable: Untold Stories of Our Community.

9:00AM Mon. May 6, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

A Local Pick for Free Comic Book Day
Here comes Saturday, May the 4th, swinging in like an orange fist on the big rocky arm of Benjamin Grimm. This day is fixing to clobber us, quite happily, with dozens and dozens of free comic books.

11:45AM Wed. May 1, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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