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    A'lante Flamenco: Procession

    A’lante Flamenco gives you a chance to connect with your fellow humans, singing, chanting, and marching along with the dancers and musicians as they take you on a sensory experience that goes beyond flamenco, evoking Semana Santa in Sevilla, the Arabic culture of Granada, and the universal appeal of Mardi Gras in New Orleans. (Or, yes, you can also just sit back and take in the spectacle.) Bonus: Guest artists Julie Slim Nassif and Oliver Steck.
    Through Feb. 23. Fri.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 4pm. $22.  
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    Barbara Jordan Exhibition

    The Barbara Jordan Freedom Foundation displays an interactive exhibit of the politician, policymaker, and activist's life.
    Through Feb. 22. Free.
    Texas Capitol Rotunda, 1100 Congress
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    This new play by Audrey Cephaly is a darkly comic drama about love, art, and the power of healing. Listen: "After a tornado barrels through North Alabama leaving nothing but death and destruction, only June and her wisecracking pet goat Weezy live to tell the tale." Directed by Rudy Ramirez for Shrewd Productions, starring Lizzie Beckham, Shannon Grounds, Jennifer Jennings, and (the legendary) Jennie Underwood.
    Through March 7. Thu.-Sun., 8pm. $15-30.  
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    Arden of Faversham

    Hidden Room Theatre presents the lamentable and true tale of Master Arden, his wicked wife, her insatiable lover, and the bumbling ruffians the illicit pair hire to kill him. No one's sure if Shakespeare (or Kyd? or Marlowe?) had a hand in writing the script back in the day, but we know that the show is here directed by Beth Burns and embodied by a fine and vigorous cast.
    Through March 1. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. $18-37.  
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    Fancy Fancy Studios: Audiobiography

    Swing by this Eastside venue for a post-apocalyptic cup of coffee (!?) and a self-guided tour through "a surreal house of memory, grief, and floating bubbles" as author and multimedia artist Jamaica Cole presents her first book, The Endlessly Forking Snake Tongue, in audio and installation form. Local, lovely, and recommended.
    Feb. 21-23. Fri., 7-10pm; Sat., noon-10pm; Sun., noon-7pm
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    QuiltCon 2020

    The world's premier modern quilting event returns to Austin with nearly 600 quilts on display, including the works of Victoria Findlay Wolfe and the Amish of Lancaster County, PA. Demos, merchandise, and much quilty camaraderie all around!
    Feb. 20-23. Thu.-Sat., 10am-6pm; Sun., 10am-4pm. $12.  
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    Single Black Female

    This is the premiere of Lisa B. Thompson's two-woman show of rapid-fire comic vignettes exploring the lives of thirtysomething middle-class African American women in urban America as they search for love, clothes, and dignity in a world that fails to recognize them among a parade of stereotypes. Directed by Matrex Kilgore for Ground Floor Theatre, starring Michelle Alexander and Valoneecia Tolbert in multiple roles.
    Through Feb. 29. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. $5-40.  
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    Classical Music

    TEMP: She Loves and She Confesses

    Texas Early Music Project's 21st season continues with a bevy of beautiful and often bittersweet love songs from the 17th century in Italy (Strozzi, Monteverdi, Cavalli, Frescobaldi, and Rossi), France (airs de cour by Lambert, Guédron, Boësset, and Moulinié), and England (Purcell, Johnson, Dowland(!), and Lanier). The concert's soloists – accompanied by a small band of lutes, harp, and strings – are Jenifer Thyssen, Meredith Ruduski, Jenny Houghton, Cayla Cardiff, Jeffrey Jones-Ragona, David Lopez, Brett Barnes, and special guest Ryland Angel.
    Sat., Feb. 22, 7:30pm. $25-30 ($5, students).  
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    Vault Stone Shop: I Picked You a Flower

    This is a group exhibition of paintings, a mural, photographs, and sculptural works that explore the thin line between the romantic and sinister, featuring art by Alison Sagebiel, Carlos Carballo, Emmy Laursen, Jaime Reynolds, Josh Row, Navasota Sering, Rohitash Rao, and Scott David Gordon.
    Through March 14
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    Austin Public

    Committed to freedom of speech and expression, Austin Public is a nonexclusive and content-neutral media studio that offers low- and no-cost training, equipment, facilities, and cablecasting services to all Austinites. It is managed by the Austin Film Society under contract from the city of Austin, and operates cable channels 10, 11, and 16, and live streams. New training classes are ongoing; see website for calendar.

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