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Five Recommended Arts Events This Weekend
OK, you survived another working week – now go out and do a thing, why don’tcha? Avail yourself, we mean, of some of the creative diversions our bustling metrop has to offer. For instance:

7:00AM Fri. Jun. 15, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Hidden Room Theatre Is Working With a Presidential Assassin
Austin’s Hidden Room theatre company is officially in cahoots with John Wilkes Booth, the actor who shot and killed President Abraham Lincoln back in 1865. They’re engaged in a sort of transtemporal collaboration, of course, and the Ransom Center’s Eric Colleary is partly to blame.

7:00AM Tue. Jun. 12, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Five Recommended Arts Events This Weekend
The ROT Rally’s inundating the city in record numbers, sure, but we’ve got just the usual number of suggestions for a different sort of damned good time.

9:00AM Fri. Jun. 8, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Critics Table's Crème de la Crème
The crowd could hardly compete with the one packed into the Erwin Center for Paul Simon Monday night, but the one at Cap City Comedy Club was large enough to fill the showroom as the Austin Critics Table gathered for the 26th time to honor outstanding work in the arts – and prove, perhaps, that its members are still crazy after all these years.

1:35PM Tue. Jun. 5, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Accessing Personal Care While Trans, Nonbinary, or Queer in Austin
It’s been a year and a half since Claire Bow, a transgender activist and advocate, has had her hair cut. After being misgendered multiple times by a previous stylist, the anxiety of it happening again has been too much of an obstacle to overcome.

8:00AM Sun. Jun. 3, Taylor Prewitt Read More | Comment »

Five Recommended Arts Events This Weekend
Although … maybe you’d prefer to just mope around, ever-so-subtly demonstrating how bored and miserable you are? Because it’s a cheap way of getting someone to pay attention to you? Yeah, fuck that. We’re all gonna die, eventually; might as well enjoy life while you can. And, look – here’s some things to help with that, some things to go out and be delighted by:

12:30PM Fri. Jun. 1, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Paramount Theatre Announces Fall/Winter Performances
Because it’s never too soon to start planning your future entertainment, you’re going to want to spend some time ogling the Paramount Theatre’s newly announced fall/winter lineup.

7:30PM Thu. May 31, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Five Recommended Arts Events This Weekend
What good is sitting alone in your room? After a point, we mean. Because even watching the weirdest internet porn gets boring after a while, n’est-ce pas? Hie yourself beyond the screen, citizen, and dig some of this IRL stuff instead:

12:15PM Fri. May 25, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Margaret Perry: A Life of Music
Before she passed on April 5, Margaret Perry left explicit instructions for her memorial service: No photos, no speeches, just music. Considering how she'd devoted her life to music, that was only fitting. So this Friday, Austin's classical community will gather at St. Martin's Lutheran to pay tribute to this dear music educator by listening.

1:46PM Wed. May 23, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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