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    Ballet Austin: Annual Free Day of Dance

    Whether you've danced before, or never danced a step in your life, this day is designed for all levels and is your opportunity to sample a variety of Ballet Austin's dance classes. Maybe actual ballet is what'll move you right? Or Bollywood style? Or West African? Or hula? Irish dance, like those Highland steppers? Some kind of high-energy cardio program? Hip-hop? Now's the day to find out – for free!
    Sun., Aug. 25, 1-5:45pm. Free.  
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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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    Susanna Dickinson Museum: Notes from the Border

    The photographer Ilana Panich-Linsman gives us a small glimpse into the lives of those detained and displaced, via images captured on the U.S.-Mexican Border.
    Through Sept. 22
    411 E. Fifth
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    Theatre

    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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    Theatre

    Transom

    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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