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    Austin Design Week: Make Space

    Architecture? Interior design? Infrastructural expediencies? This fourth annual showcase covers all of that with studio tours, workshops, exhibitions, and more – for this year's "Make Space" theme, often exploring topics such as wellness, tiny houses, and waste management.
    Mon.-Fri., Nov. 4-8. Free.  
    The Hub at Trinity Hall, 311 E. Fifth
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    FuturX Festival

    This year's exciting festival of Latinx works of theatre features the world premiere of Krysta Gonzalez's Más Cara; an interactive artist salon with Proyecto Teatro; Glass Half Full Theatre's showcase of Latinx puppetry; improv performances from ¡Escándalo!, Vida de Los Muertos, and Prima Doñas; the Latino Comedy Project's Adrian Villegas revealing the secrets behind his hit parody Estar Guars; an encore of Laura de La Fuente's Liz Behan: One Woman at Dusk; Raul Garza's My H-E-B; y mucho mas! How much more, precisely? The Chronicle's Trey Gutierrez tells you right here.
    Wed.-Sun., Nov. 6-10. Times vary. $50 for a festival pass.  
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    Ali Siddiq

    This recent winner of Comedy Central’s Up Next competition has been releasing albums and touring festivals at a comically alarming rate, wreaking joyful havoc on America's Highly Sensitive Funnybone™ and generally bringing everyone a good time.
    Nov. 7-9. Thu., 8pm; Fri.-Sat., 7:30 & 10pm
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    It Is Magic

    In this new Mickle Maher show, at a community theatre audition for a new adaptation of The Three Little Pigs intended for adult audiences, "two sisters set out to search for an actor to play the role of the Wolf. As they struggle to cast the right actor, they're quickly confronted with the darkness inside the audition room – and themselves." A setup like that is compelling enough; knowing it's scripted by the man who brought us There Is a Happiness That Morning Is and The Strangerer and so many other hefty shards of hilarious and cutting brilliance that, well, hell – we like good theatre, what can we say? And this one's directed by Mark Pickell for Capital T and features Jill Blackwood, Kathy Catmull, John Christopher, Robert Pierson, and Rebecca Robinson. UPDATE: And now this production's been reviewed by our own Robert Faires.
    Through Nov. 23. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $20-30.  
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    Ma & Pa Gothic: Texas Gothic

    This here's a mixture of homespun wisdom, homespun comedy, and homespun goodness in which Ma & Pa Gothic (that's the Institution's Janet Maykus and Tom Booker) dish out a heapin’ helpin’ of good ol' Texas wisdom. Imagine, maybe, Prairie Home Companion crossed with The Addams Family and you're one-fifth of the way there (and that fifth is likely a bottle of moonshine). This week's special guest: Some local arts-pimping journo named Brenner.
    Fri., Nov. 8, 8pm. $10.  
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    The Seam Project (East)

    The Seam Project is the vision of a team of multidisciplinary artists connecting their work to the neighborhoods they live in, give to, and thrive from. Each gathering showcases the work of four to eight neighborhood artists and their collaborators on a 4'x4' stage in the yard of a house – and this is the final show of the season.
    Fri.-Sat., Nov. 8-9, 8pm. $10.  
    6807 Santos
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