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  • 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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    How To Be an Ethical Slut

    This original one-woman cabaret-comedy show by Brooke McCarthy is about a woman who "struggles between dating the socially acceptable way – monogamy – or daring to open her mind to unusual relationship pleasures and tribulations." It's a bold, sexy, and vulnerable story that touches upon topics – sexual health and nonconventional relationship styles – usually unseen onstage.
    Sat., Feb. 4, 6pm. $15-37.
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    Cirque Du Soleil: Corteo

    Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo makes its first appearance here in the state capital, presenting five thrilling shows in which illusion teases reality.
    Feb. 2-5. Thu.-Fri., 7:30pm; Sat., 3:30 & 7:30pm; Sun., 1pm. $49 and up.  
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    Estado Vegetal / Vegetative State

    Zilker Botanical Garden is excited to present this play by Manuela Infante, directed by Khristián Méndez Aguirre and performed in Spanish and English. Equal parts ode to plant beauty, meditation of grief, virtuosic performances, plant philosophy, and Austin-grown weirdness, Estado Vegetal/Vegetative State tells the story of a neighborhood rocked by a disaster.
    Through Feb. 18. Fri.-Sat., 7pm. Donations accepted.
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    Fire In Dreamland

    The Filigree Theatre presents Rinne Groff's new play that's set in Coney Island in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy and follows a young woman as she crosses paths with an illusive and charismatic Dutch filmmaker who's obsessed with telling the story of the 1911 fire that burned Coney Island’s "Dreamland" to the ground. With Kathleen Fletcher, Brough Hansen, and Allen Porterie, directed by Elizabeth V. Newman.
    Through Feb. 12. Thu.-Sun., 8pm. $25-40.  
    Factory on 5th, 3409 E. Fifth
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    In the Beginning

    This "wild woman dum dum show" by CB Goodman reimagines the Genesis story from a new perspective in order to free the beginning from shame, rejection, and labels. Inflatable friends. Ballet. Apocalyptic disco. In the Beginning uses comedy, satire, nontraditional storytelling , dance, puppets, and a pool party aesthetic to joyfully queer a repressive narrative.
    Through Feb. 11. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $15-100.  
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    Classical Music

    La Follia: The Herd of Harpsichords

    La Follia director Keith Womer performs Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto no. 5 (with Stephen Redfield, violin, and Marcus McGuff, flute), Haydn’s Concerto for Harpsichord and Violin (with Stephen Redfield), and Kreb's Concerto for Harpsichord and Oboe (with Sarah Davol). You want beautiful compositions? Here. You want excellent performers? Here. You want … this much harpsichord? Nowhere else but here.
    Feb. 3-4. Fri., 7:30pm; Sat., 3pm. $25-30.  
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    Malum Malus Burlesque: Imbolc

    The wheel of the year inspires occult-based burlesque ensemble Malum Malus as they celebrate Imbolc. Witness a full-length show – curated by Balise Ricin and featuring performances by Ricin, Anastasia Arsenic, Fig, Sigh, Mandy, Shi Feticcio, and Sevyn – for three nights only.
    Thu.-Sat., Feb. 2-4, 8pm. $15-37.  
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    Miranda Sings

    Colleen Ballinger is a multi-hyphenate: actor, comedian, trained vocalist, and writer, best known for portraying her character, Miranda Sings.
    Sat., Feb. 4, 7:30pm. $39.50.  
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    The Main Course

    This show features a secret lineup of comedians – comedians who've been featured on Netflix, HBO, Comedy Central, and Showtime. Pretty cool, right?
    Sat., Feb. 4, 10pm. $25.  
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    Visual Arts

    Tyrell Gallery: Future Fossils

    This is an exhibition by Lera Niemackl & Kessler, featuring original bio-media and science-fiction narratives, displaying a curated array of relics from a speculative civilization. This is work that "speculates the primitive technologies that emerge from interactions between human intelligence and novel biologies." This is highly recommended.
    Sat., Feb. 4, 5-9pm. Free.
    1905 Kramer, Bldg B, #850
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