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for Fri., Feb. 23
  • Julia C. Butridge Gallery Call for Exhibits for 2020

    The Julia C. Butridge Gallery is now accepting Exhibit Proposals for the 2020 Gallery Season. Located at the Dougherty Arts Center in the heart of the arts district, the JCB Gallery is well known for its diverse exhibitions of artists and their work. We encourage both emerging and established artists to apply! Deadline to submit is February 17, 2019.
    Sun. Feb 17
    Dougherty Arts Center
  • For Peter Pan On Her 70th Birthday

    Jarrott Productions presents Sarah Ruhl’s bittersweet comedy directed by Karen Jambon. A loving look at a family’s view of death, life, and the allure of never growing up. Prices range from $15-$30 with discounts for seniors/students/teachers/retired teachers.
    Feb. 14-Mar. 10, 2019  
    Trinity Street Theatre
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    Agent Andromeda: The Orion Crusade

    Galaxy Corps and Blood and Glitter Productions present the remount of this high-flying, award-winning show, originally developed with the daring aerialists of Sky Candy. Written by Reina Hardy, directed by Rudy Ramirez, featuring Caroline Poe in the titular role, with music by Tyler Mabry. Note: strong sexual themes, intended for mature audiences.
    Through March 4. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 6pm. $10-100.
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    Shen Jun Movement Effect: Another World

    Dancer/choreographers Shen Jun and Ellen Bartel stage a powerful, music-enhanced show of memory and persistence, Jun portraying the ways his late mother's love has sustained him, Bartel depicting a community of individuals longing to belong someplace, anyplace that is stable and their own. Audience members are encouraged to bring photos, flowers, and significant objects "that help you connect with the memory of people you continue to love, even after they have gone."
    Feb. 22-25. Thu.-Sun., 7:30pm. $10.
    KC Grey Home, 211 E. Alpine
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    Brian Posehn

    That's right, Posehn is one of the original Comedians of Comedy, and he's back in Austin for a solid weekend of laughs.
    Feb. 22-25. Thu., 8pm; Fri.-Sat., 7:30 & 10pm. $18-23.  
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    Date or Die

    Six real comedians. Three actual blind dates. They don't know each other ... yet. No – srsly. Come revel in the delightful awkwardness of people trying to woo each other for your amusement. And you choose which winning couple goes home with actually valuable prizes. Hosted by that Carina Magyar.
    Fri., Feb. 23, 11pm. $5.
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    The People's Gallery

    You want a true reflection of the creative goodness that goes on in this town, citizen? As far as the visual arts are concerned, City Hall's People's Gallery nails it to the wall (in a manner of speaking) with another amazing collection of local work – more than 100 new pieces on display – from a panoply of masters and emerging artists alike. And we reckon Friday's opening reception will be sufficiently delightful to even be worth the hassle of finding a parking space – now that's a recommendation!
    Reception: Fri., Feb. 23, 6-9pm
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    Wally Workman Gallery: Malcolm Bucknall

    A chameleon-like eclecticism has characterized his work to various distinct periods of art-historical influences and beyond, but the common thread in Bucknall's imagery is an animal-human mix. It's a vivid personal mythology that we've reveled in before and are excited to see the newest manifestations of here.
    Through March 3
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    Austin Public

    Committed to freedom of speech and expression, Austin Public is a nonexclusive and content-neutral media studio that offers low- and no-cost training, equipment, facilities, and cablecasting services to all Austinites. It is managed by the Austin Film Society under contract from the city of Austin, and operates cable channels 10, 11, and 16, and live streams. New training classes are ongoing; see website for calendar.

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