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    Arcos Dance: Ether Junk

    In this "staged rehearsal of possible cyborg realities,” the kinetic savants of Arcos use dance to explore how emergent technologies de-center the body and offer audience-participants the chance to assert their humanity in an increasingly opaque technoworld. In-person viewers of each performance will be joined by audiences at other locations screening an interactive livestream of the piece and using their phones to shape the action remotely. Note: This is Arcos, so it's gonna be some kind of fierce and weird and wonderful.
    Aug. 30-Sept. 8. Wed.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 2pm. Donations accepted.  
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    Classical Music

    Beerthoven Volunteer MIll

    That Daniel Swayze and his friends are prepping a whole new season of Beerthoven, where live Classical music excellence is matched by excellent brews and more – but they can't do it, you know, alone. Stop by Saengerrunde Hall to learn more about the team and become part of the fun. Note: Please register in advance so there’ll be enough pretzels and beer for everyone.
    Thu., Sept. 5, 7-9pm. Free.  
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    Fall Into Swing Dance

    Those sweet-steppin' guys and gals of the Austin Swing Syndicate invite you to fall in love with swing dancing this year, at a party that features an intro lesson, special performances, and live music from Lauryn Gould's Golden Hour Septet. Note: No partner necessary; dress to impress (vintage glad-rags encouraged), but FFS wear comfortable shoes.
    Thu., Sept. 5, 8:15pm-12mid. $7-10.  
    2312 San Gabriel
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    Visual Arts

    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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    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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