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Review: Austin Playhouse's Indecent
In 1923, Sholem Asch’s play God of Vengeance served up Broadway’s first queer kiss and became a landmark work of lesbian dramatic literature. In 2017, as the centerpiece of Paula Vogel’s Tony Award-winning Indecent, it became something more.

4:36PM Mon. Apr. 24, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

Daniel Johnston Book Release Celebrated in NYC
A lot of Austinites are thinking about Daniel Johnston with discussion of the preservation of the "Hi, How Are You" mural. Tonight, the late musician and artist will also be celebrated in New York.

3:10PM Thu. Apr. 20, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Review: St. Ed’s Luchadora!
When a well-worn lucha libre mask is found in an old briefcase, an inspiring personal journey that touches on cultural identity, family traditions, and female empowerment is set in motion in Alvaro Saar Rios’ delightful Luchadora!

3:15PM Wed. Apr. 19, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

Howie Mandel: "Everything I've Done, I've Fallen Into"
Who is your Howie Mandel? Is he the crazy comic who got famous for blowing up a rubber glove on his head? Is he the host of Deal or No Deal? The character actor? The host of the Howie Mandel Does Stuff podcast? The voice of Gizmo from the Gremlins movies? Or is it the elder statesman of standup?

2:00PM Wed. Apr. 19, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

The Night Has (Nearly) a Thousand Eyes With Sideshow Revivalists 999 Eyes
With a name like Whorie the Clown, it's no surprise she ended up as part of the sideshow. But she honestly never expected to join the freak show - except that's exactly what has happened, courtesy of Austin's 999 Eyes, the original modern touring freakshow, as the troupe returns home this weekend with its freakshow and esoteric sideshow.

11:00AM Fri. Apr. 14, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Harry Ransom Center Celebrates Movie Storyboards With Poster Giveaway
What's better than a free gallery? How's about free art from a free gallery? Even better, free art from a free gallery that would look perfect on the walls of art lovers and cinephiles equally - courtesy of the Harry Ransom Center and its current exhibition, "Drawing the Motion Picture: Production Art and Storyboards."

11:15AM Sat. Apr. 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Gabrielle Zevin Talks About Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
For anyone looking to level up their reading experience, Gabrielle Zevin’s novel Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow crafts a masterful story about the art of making a video game. And you don't have to be a gamer to enjoy it.

2:20PM Tue. Apr. 4, Joelle DiPaolo Read More | Comment »

Gabrielle Zevin Talks About Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
Paramount Theatre and the Little Gay Shop Host Big Gay Nights Out
Just in time for Moontower Just for Laughs comedy festival, Paramount Theatre and The Little Gay Shop present their collaborative effort Big Gay Nights Out. A joint production, each night creates a “queer celebratory space” to enjoy before attending an event with LGBTQ comedy, drag, music and more.

12:30PM Fri. Mar. 31, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Review: Broadway in Austin’s Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations
Biographical jukebox musicals are, by their very nature, highly predictable and easily digestible creatures. Immensely familiar music generated by a popular artist or group is used to tell their warts-and-all stories; And those stories, which typically follow a fairly straightforward timeline, can be easily summed up in a single sentence.

12:00PM Thu. Mar. 30, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

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