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  • 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
  • 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
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    Dance

    Of Mice & Music: A Jazz Tap Nutcracker

    Here comes Tapestry Dance Company’s unique and highly popular take on the holiday classic, with live jazz music and a swinging sound, featuring an original score performed by Austin musicians. And, of course, some of the world’s best tap dancers.
    Through Dec. 23. Thu.-Fri., 7:30pm; Sat., 2 & 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $39 and up.  
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    Visual Arts

    Gallery Lucid: Mindscapes

    Elliot Rogers' first solo show offers "hypnotic spaces and surreal mindscapes which reflect his inner meditative visions and explore the connection between the self and the alien other." It's all trippy AF, in other words – and the closing party will be awash with live music and fancy libations.
    Closing reception: Sat., Jan. 5, 6pm
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    Visual Arts

    Guzu Gallery: Binge

    That Vince Torres and his astonishing cohort of creatives have garnered more graphic goodness for those Guzu walls, with 26 artists paying tribute to shows from the small screen, with stylish renditions of characters and settings from television’s past and present. Featuring homages by Chet Phillips, Tessa Morrison, Killian Glenn, Half-Human, Nina Sanchez, and more. Where's your fandom at, baby? It's probably right here, right now.
    Through Jan. 7
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    Classical Music

    Panoramic Voices: Rockin' Holiday Extravaganza

    Any performance by Brent Baldwin's expansive crowd of vocalists could be considered an extravaganza, really, even if they were just, like, whispering melodically. But this annual concert drives the point – and the holiday favorites – home by also featuring Carrie Fussell of Calliope Musicals, Taylor Muse of Quiet Company, Nakia, and those Invincible Czars. How could it get any better? Listen: It's in the Blanton … and it's free, FFS, free! Because the city loves you.
    Thu., Dec. 20, 5:30pm
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    Theatre

    The Santaland Diaries

    Does it return? Of course it returns – this show is more evergreen than a forest of Christmas trees. David Sedaris' outlandish tale of a (oh, shall we say disgruntled) Macy’s elf jingles to life again in this latest incarnation, with that costumed Crumpet waxing snarktastic on the talent it takes to juggle tinsel, tearful tots, and not-so-sober Santas during what's hailed as the most wonderful time of the year. J. Robert Moore – the bright star of Zach's one-man show Buyer and Cellar a couple years ago – plays Crumpet, and Nat Miller directs, so we reckon this year's holiday-skewering is doubleplusgood to go. But does our reviewer think so, too?
    Through Dec. 30. Wed.-Thu., 7:30pm; Fri.-Sat., 6:30 & 9pm. $40 and up.  
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    Classical Music

    Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Ghosts of Christmas Eve

    TSO's multi-sensory extravaganza has cemented the internationally renowned group's status as a must-attend holiday tradition. This year's 20th anniversary tour features Paul O'Neill's timeless story of a runaway who finds her way into a mysterious abandoned theater.
    Thu., Dec. 20, 8pm. $46.25-89.50.  
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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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