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  • Romeo y Juliet

    A bilingual adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most cherished works, Romeo y Juliet recounts the tale of two star-crossed lovers, daughters from the feuding houses of Capulet and Montague, reimagined in Alta, California in the 1840’s prior to the annexation of California to the United States.
    Apr. 10-21  
    UT Theatre and Dance
  • Gabriele Galimberti - The Ameriguns & Toy Stories: Artist Talk & Reception

    Internationally acclaimed Gabriele Galimberti’s first US exhibition of “Ameriguns” & “Toy Stories” comes to Austin! The people in these images are from all walks of life, with no particular political party, race, culture, or gender in favor. Ameriguns and Toy Stories deliver striking images exploring the timely issues of gun culture and the impact of modern inequalities on children.
    Fri. Apr. 12, 6pm-9pm  
    Lydia Street Gallery
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    Dance

    KDHDC: These Events Are Fortunate

    Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company premieres this 50-minute original work, staging their vision of a world where people are endearing, awkward, vulnerable, strong, funny, and confident, where you'll see exuberant dancing, rapid-fire micro-movements, and quiet moments of grace, interlaced with Hamrick’s signature humor.
    June 3-4. Sat., 5 & 8pm; Sun., 2pm. $25.  
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    Dance

    Ballet Under the Stars

    Metamorphosis Dance's season will closes with this 30th anniversary Ballet Under the Stars, featuring a re-staging of the Pas de Six from the classical ballet La Esmeralda, set to the music of Cesare Pugni and Riccardo Drigo, an adaptation of "All That Jazz" from the Broadway hit musical Chicago, a new contemporary ballet choreographed by Melanie Kregel, and other original works created by company artists.
    Fri.-Sat., June 2-3, 8pm. Free.
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    Visual Arts

    Collection Rert: Remains To Be Seen

    The folks at Collection Rert put out a call to the community for mysterious responses to the result of an action or inaction. And so now? This is a show ripe for the scrutiny of poets and amateur detectives.
    Closing reception: Sat., June 3,1-4pm. Free.  
    2608-B Rogers
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    Classical Music

    Inversion: Helios

    Inversion Ensemble presents this multimedia work by Timothy C. Takach, with visual projections by Candystations. "Positioned at the nexus of science, faith, and humanity, Helios spins a narrative of order and chaos, exploring that which is within our control and that which is not and shows that we have the power to change our trajectory. The music provides a changing landscape of textures, soundscapes, vocal techniques, and harmonic language."
    June 3-4. Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 3pm. $30.  
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    Theatre

    Sanctuary City

    Ground Floor Theatre presents Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok's powerful story of two young DREAMers who fight to stay in America, the only country they know as home. Directed by Andrea Nuñez, with performances by Arielle Levin, Michael Galvan, and Kristian Bexar.
    Through June 3. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. $25-45.  
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    Comedy

    Theo Von: Return of the Rat

    Theo Von grew up in the stray animal belt of southern Louisiana. His new comedy special Regular People was filmed at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and is now streaming on Netflix.
    Through June 9. Thu.-Fri., 8pm. $79.50.  
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