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    Grageriart's Design For Everyone

    Well, as Popeye used to put it, blow me down. Last time we spoke of Grageriart, your reviewer wondered if "video enhancement" might be a way to improve what was already a fantastically arch and enjoyable musical entertainment. And now that consumerism-skewering duo of Peter Stopschinski and Lana Lesley are releasing the first of an ongoing series of videos during this latest iteration of their show (that includes, yes, the debut of a big new song-and-dance number) at Crashbox. It starts on Black Friday – which is the sort of shopping nightmare scenario this show is precisely the delightful antidote for – and is highly recommended.
    Nov. 29-Dec. 1. Fri. & Sun., 8pm; Sat., 5 & 8pm. Pay what you can, citizen.  
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    Blue Man Group: Speechless

    The world-renowned bald and blue trio embarks on a new journey of discovery, the result of more than 27 years spent observing humanity, featuring new and original compositions, acts, and instruments alongside iconic Blue Man Group moments based in joy, art, music, comedy, social commentary, and hilarious absurdity.
    Nov. 29-Dec. 1. Fri., 7pm; Sat.-Sun., 1 & 7pm. $39 and up.  
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    Holiday at Hogwarts

    This immersive touring production pays tribute to favorite characters and scenes from Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts with a star-studded evening of burlesque, comedy, drag, live singing, and interactive routines from Her Sins Burlesque. Maybe start calling him The Boy Who Really Lived It Up, hey?
    Sat., Nov. 30, 8pm. $10-80.  
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    It's A Wonderful Life: Classic Radiocast

    This show from the Penfold Theatre gang up in Round Rock draws audience members back in time to 1946, as members of the KPNF radio station are assembling for a live radio performance of, well, you know: George Bailey, that angel Clarence, Bedford Falls, and where the band Zuzu's Petals got its name from? Yes.
    Through Dec. 21. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $15-31.  
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