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for Fri., Nov. 11
  • Laundry & Bourbon with Lonestar

    Laundry and Bourbon with Lonestar, two companion one act plays set in backyards of a small Texas town. Three ladies come together to talk about their life's ups and downs. Lonestar follows the life of three small town boys and the events that have shaped them. Both shows give us highs & lows with humor spread around, for good measure.
    Apr. 19-May 5  
    Navasota Theatre Alliance
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    Creek Show

    Immerse yourself in Waterloo Greenway’s annual display of illuminated art created by teams of visionary local artists, landscape architects, and designers, plus free entertainment and family-friendly programming.
    Through Nov. 20  
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    Concordia University: American Son

    This powerful Christopher Demos-Brown drama is about an estranged bi-racial couple who must confront their feelings about race, gender, and bias after their son is detained by the police following a traffic stop incident. Directed by Dr. Kelly Carolyn Gordon.
    Nov. 10-13. Thu.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $10.  
    11400 Concordia University Dr
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    Dale Bridges: The Mean Reds

    This is a book launch party for Austin author Dale Bridges' first novel. It's a good one, especially if you're a drinker and/or you've had to solve a murder case on deadline, and we'll be reviewing it soon. Bonus: This shindig features live music by The Inflatable Baptists and BOO85 – and sword swallowing(!) by Juan Martinez.
    Fri., Nov. 11, 7pm. Free.
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    Fall for Dance

    UT's Dance Repertory Theatre returns to the stage with new works by professional and student choreographers, featuring a range of interdisciplinary works, exploring what Pan-African, street, contemporary, and technology-based movement forms have to say to one another and what we can learn by listening. Performances by Erica "eg" Gionfriddo, Leah Cox, Joel Valentín-Martínez, Teena Marie Custer, Kevin Ormby, and more.
    Nov. 9-13. Wed.-Fri., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $15-26.  
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    Girls Girls Girls: Improvised Musicals

    Girls Girls Girls Improvised Musicals celebrates 20: years as an improv comedy troupe with this special reunion show. What’s the secret to the Girls' longevity? “The troupe has a great: balance of steadiness and adaptability," says Caitlin Sweetlamb. "Some core features have stayed the same: unapologetic celebration of women in comedy, big characters, and the intensity of musical theatre, and the troupe members’ commitment and behind-the-scenes planning needed to sustain an artistic collective." Reckon they'll be sustaining some smiles on your lucky face tonight, citizen.
    Fri., Nov. 11, 8pm. $15.  
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    Whore's Eye View

    Kaytlin Bailey, standup comic and sex-worker rights advocate, presents this workshop performance of her new one-woman show, a 75-minute lecture on the history of sex work and why it matters.
    Fri., Nov. 11, 7pm. Donations accepted.  
    Wild Bloom, 902 N. Lamar
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