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    Classical Music

    Austin Baroque Orchestra: Concerto [molto] Grosso

    This program traces the history of the concerto from its beginnings in Italy to its flowering north of the Alps, with music by Torelli, Corelli, Vivaldi, Handel, Pisendel, Corrette, and J.C. Bach.
    Sat., Aug. 24, 7:30pm. $5-30.  
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    Ready/Set/Go! – Dance Salon Solo Edition

    This final (and highly recommended) installment of the Ready/Set/Go! series features new solos from Alexa Capareda, Alyson Dolan, Ellen Bartel, Errin Delperdang, Lauren Tietz, Lisa Nicks, Lisa del Rosario, Mysti Jace Pride, Sharon Marroquin, Taryn Lavery, and Yvonne Keyrouz.
    Fri.-Sun., Aug. 23-25, 8pm. $15.  
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    Robert Mueller's Greatest Hits

    Robert Mueller (as played by Hyde Park Theatre's own Ken Webster), with help from a rotation of local all-star actors, presents highlights of the special counsel’s two-volume, 400-plus page report in this staged reading – including, of course, the Mueller team's assessment of Russian interference and the president’s efforts to obstruct the investigation into his campaign. Conceived and directed by Mark Pickell for Capital T Theatre. (Also, we feel compelled to add, in the interests of full disclosure: FUCK TRUMP.)
    Through Aug. 31. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. Pay what you can, impeach if possible.
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    Ryan Cownie

    That Cownie's back in town for a couple of shows, right before the Velv's storied stage is flooded with the OOB. Oh, this funny man will fuck with you like someone slipped a mickey of giggles into the highball of your mind's sense of reality. Anyway, he's a totally worthwhile riot. And Avery Moore opens.
    Aug. 23-24. Fri., 9pm; Sat., 9 & 11pm. $10.  
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    Visual Arts

    Saul Jerome E. San Juan: Final Open Studio

    Meanwhile, when he's not at Atelier 1205 … this is San Juan's last open studio at his current space – he's outta there for good in October – with his entire inventory of paintings on display (with many for sale), including pieces from his series in "Likesness" at Northern-Southern Gallery, his tubing selfie paintings from 2018, commissioned portraits in progress, and more.
    Sat., Aug. 24, 3-11pm  
    1315 E. 13th
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    Studio 54klift

    Now, dance-crazed citizen, you can soothe your raging disco fever with the year's swankiest balm: The return of Forklift Dance Company's annual fundraising and glittery soirée, featuring music by DJ Mahealani, MC Tigre Liu, an interactive photobooth from Sarah Bork Hamilton, an extensive silent auction and raffle, open bar, a late night snack, lighting by Natalie George Productions, art projections by Stephen Fishman, and more surprises.
    Sat., Aug. 24, 8pm-12mid. $75.  
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    The Mamalogues

    Color Arc Productions presents the world premiere of Lisa B. Thompson’s new satirical comedy about black, unmarried, middle-class mothers parenting in the age of anxiety, as they lean in, stress out, and guide their precocious children from diapers to college in a dangerous world. Directed by Rudy Ramirez, starring Yvonne Oaks, Valoneecia Tolbert, and MelodyAnn Fullylove.
    Through Sept. 7. Thu.-Sun., 8pm. $15-35.  
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    This new play, devised by a trans/nonbinary ensemble – the lead writers are Libby Carr and Lane Stanley – tells the story of a "found family" living together in the same house, redefining the meaning and importance of community and overcoming personal grief and loss while fostering an atmosphere of love and acceptance. Directed by Lisa Scheps and Jess O'Rear for Ground Floor Theatre.
    Through Aug. 31. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. Extra show: Wed., Aug. 28, 8pm. $5-40.  
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