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    Comedy

    Aziz Ansari

    Yes! Those two shows at Bass Concert Hall were such a success that Ansari's taking over the Parish on Monday for another gig before he's gone. You missed him on Wednesday, or you just wanna laugh your ass off all over again, citizen? Grab a ticket while you can!
    Mon., Nov. 12, 8pm. $65.  
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    Visual Arts

    Creek Show

    It's like a trip of lights that are fantastic Downtown, as the fifth annual Creek Show presents nine nights of literally illuminating, site-specific art installations along Waller Creek, just right for exploring and gawking at in civic pride and wonder. It's free, too – although you could attend the preview party on Thursday for first-look braggin' rights and music and, well, see website for details.
    Through Nov. 17. Nightly, 6-10pm. Free.
    Waller Creek, between Ninth & 11th
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    Visual Arts

    Davis Gallery: Earth, Land, Property

    This five-person exhibit features work by Nicholas Baxter, Julie Davis, David Leonard, Garrett Middaugh, and Jason Webb. "This show intends to question our place among nature and how we've chosen to use our land." Right on – an important consideration, even if you're not part of the Dark Mountain movement, even if you don't have three oxgangs of good earth when the haeric star appears. Also, tbh, we're partial to anything painted by that D. Leonard.
    Through Dec. 1
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    Theatre

    Terrence McNally's 80th Birthday Party

    That talented crowd of thespian creatives at ZACH team up with the archival savants of the Harry Ransom Center to celebrate four-time Tony Award-winning playwright and LGBT activist McNally, with performances by Chita Rivera, Donna Murphy, John Glover, Michael Learned, and Richard Thomas. And yes, the venerable McNally will also be there – with, we reckon, a smile that stretches eight decades wide.
    Mon., Nov. 12, 7:30pm. $80-200.  
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    Offscreen

    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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