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Review: Come From Away
One of the first things you notice when the lights go up on Come From Away is that the cast has people of all different sizes, shapes, and ages. Most Broadway musical casts are full of lithe young singer-dancers, with a few character actors thrown in for variety. But here it’s mostly character actors, meaning everyone onstage looks, well, ordinary.

12:12PM Wed. Feb. 19, Elizabeth Cobbe Read More | Comment »

Getting Restless Hearts on Their Feet
Paul Boos happened to be at the right place at the right time: Copenhagen in the year 1990. Just before teaching company class at the Royal Danish Ballet, Boos was unexpectedly asked to do something that would require him to know Balanchine works in a way he never had before.

3:37PM Fri. Feb. 14, Sofia Tafich Read More | Comment »

Whole Foods Market’s Free Six-Course Italian Dinner
No, seriously, it’s free: An entire six-course family-style meal, curated and guided by Whole Foods Market culinary experts and suppliers of Italian imports, provided to the lucky crowd – first come, first served! – who reserve a spot via this link for the one-night-only (Thursday, Feb. 20th, 7pm) event.

3:30PM Wed. Feb. 12, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Coldtowne Brings Sex a.k.a. Wieners and Boobs to the Austin Stage
From NYU to the big screen and now to the Austin stage, comedy multihyphenates Joe Lo Truglio, Michael Showalter, and David Wain continue to leave laughing (and sometimes confused) faces in their wake.

7:00AM Wed. Feb. 12, Francesca D'Annunzio Read More | Comment »

Queer Comedy Series These Thems Comes to Drafthouse
Gretchen Wylder, coming from a musical theatre background and no film experience, started writing the day after Trump was elected. She remembers thinking at the time, “The only thing within my power right now is to use my art for change and to combat all that anger.”

2:35PM Mon. Feb. 10, Sofia Tafich Read More | Comment »

Moontower Comedy 2020: Wave 3
Hang onto your boards, laugh surfers! Moontower Comedy Festival has suddenly sent a new wave of acts for 2020, and it's a big one – loaded with new headliners: Marlon Wayans, YouTube idol Chris Fleming, Jacqueline Novak, and returning festival faves Ronny Chieng, Maria Bamford, and Todd Barry.

1:24PM Fri. Feb. 7, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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The DWNLD: A QPOC Event Looks to Reclaim Space in Austin
“Let’s take space” reads the poster for the DWNLD: A QPOC Event. Faith Anderson, one of the event coordinators, mentions this proudly when describing how both she and fellow coordinator and friend Kellee Fuller came up with the name for the social.

8:00AM Sat. Feb. 1, Diane Zaragoza Read More | Comment »

Super Bowl LIV Watch Parties in Austin
As the Chiefs and 49ers face off this Sunday, many local businesses are hosting watch parties. Enjoy buffets, live music, or barbecue with friends instead of staying in. Whether you’re just looking for drinks and wings, or actually care about football, Austin has plenty of venues to watch the big game.

3:30PM Fri. Jan. 31, Lauren Girgis, Sofia Tasich, Neelam Bohra and Clarissa Rodríguez-Abrego Read More | Comment »

Best CBD Oil For Anxiety: Benefits & Dosage
Today’s world is filled with stressful events and situations. But when you pile the worries of the world on top of high-stress lives that are filled with frustrations, fears, and not-so-positive unforeseen and uncontrollable events, it’s no wonder why millions of people all around the world suffer with anxiety.

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