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Review: Zach Theatre's The Thin Place
Horror in the theatre can be challenging to execute.

7:00AM Wed. Nov. 15, 2023, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Review: Penfold Theatre’s ‘Art’
One of the loveliest gifts a theatregoer can receive is to see a production fully realize the potential of its source material. Penfold Theatre’s latest iteration of ‘Art,’ a satirical look at how we value art and friendship by French playwright Yasmina Reza, is one such gift.

3:03PM Fri. Nov. 10, 2023, Jasmine Lane Read More | Comment »

Review: Zach Academy’s The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is the first musical put on by Zach Academy, the Zach Theatre’s private performing arts education program for Austin’s burgeoning youth talents, and a charming indication of what to expect from the future of Austin theatre.

1:08PM Tue. Nov. 7, 2023, Jasmine Lane Read More | Comment »

Halloween Haunt Winner Announced
It's Halloween, and that means it's time to announce the winner of this year's Austin Chronicle home haunt competition. And the prize goes to ...

3:46PM Tue. Oct. 31, 2023, The Culture Crew Read More | Comment »

Still Time to Send Us Your Halloween Home Haunts
Have you festooned your front yard with spider webs, ghouls, and gremlins yet? We're still looking for the spookiest home haunts in Austin, and we have some special treats for the best decorations in town!

1:25PM Sat. Oct. 28, 2023, The Culture Crew Read More | Comment »

Review: Broadway in Austin's Six
Revisionist history that resonates with current politics. Color-conscious casting and dynamic staging. An original score cleverly grounded in the bravado and styling of contemporary artists. These are just a few of the things that made Hamilton a transformative theatrical experience.

3:30PM Wed. Oct. 4, 2023, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

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Armadillo Christmas Bazaar Announces Maker Lineup
Some people start getting in the Christmas spirit after Halloween, others after Thanksgiving, and some not at all. The Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, Austin’s long-running artist and artisan marketplace, says why not start now?

4:23PM Tue. Sep. 26, 2023, Jencie Tomasek Read More | Comment »

Fusebox Takes the Electricity Across the Calendar
Since its first event in 2005, the annual Fusebox International Performing Arts Festival has become synonymous with experimental and innovative performance in Austin. Now the arts organization has announced it is entering a new phase, moving towards year-round programming and a richer engagement with the community.

10:00AM Tue. Sep. 26, 2023, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Free Show: Esther's Follies Pays Tribute to Lyova Rosanoff
Lyova Rosanoff is one of the key players in the earliest incarnations of Downtown company bastion Esther’s Follies, responsible for some of the show's classics, including “The Jalapeño Chorus” (a send-up of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus”), making a name for herself behind the piano for 28 years as the hilarious troupe’s music director.

9:00AM Fri. Sep. 22, 2023, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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