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    Bharatanatyam Arangetram

    Tara Srinivasan, an Austin-born 14-year-old, is set to achieve a momentous milestone of completing her Bharatanatyam Arangetram, the result of almost 10 years of dedicated training. This performance consists of a 2.5-hour solo dance with a live orchestra, in India’s oldest classical dance form.
    Sat., Aug. 19, 4pm
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    Invaders of the Heart: The Radiant Tarot

    The Radiant Tarot is a multimedia dance interpretation of the tarot deck The Radiant Tarot: Pathway to Creativity, the spectacular show directed and produced by dancer and choreographer Myra Krien, and featuring performances by the Mosaic Dance Company, the Starbelly Dancers, and Drake Von Trapp.
    Sat., Aug. 19, 7:30pm. $25-30.  
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    Theatre

    Jenna and the Whale

    Written by Miami playwrights Vanessa Garcia and Jake Cline, Jenna and the Whale is about life, death, and who we are in a community as individuals. This world premiere presentation is directed by Lisa Scheps for Ground Floor Theatre in collaboration with Broadway United, and features performances by Kelsey Mazak, Matthew Vo, Keaton Patterson, Jennifer Jennings, Tonie Knight, and Brooke Ashley Eden. And, look: Here's Bob Abelman's review of the show.
    Through Aug. 26. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun, 5pm. $24-45.  
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    Sunny Days

    The Vortex presents two nights of staged readings of Reina Hardy's dynamic play featuring people and puppets, set in the broken worlds of war-torn Kosovo, the Texas migration crisis, and the climate-ravaged future.: Directed by Rudy Ramirez, with puppet design by Glass Half Full's Caroline Reck.
    Fri.-Sat., Aug. 18-19, 8pm. Free.  
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    Visual Arts

    Tyrell Gallery: Not Long For This World

    Set in the near future, Dr. Josie Zayner's workshop of biomachines contains artifacts that integrate biological organs, animals, and organisms with technology. This show is a hands-on experience that will allow you confront mortality, biology, and what it means to be human.
    Sat., Aug. 19, 7pm. Free.  
    The Odin, 1905 Kramer Ste. B-850
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    Ventanas: Circus Through the Window

    Cirque Vida invites you to glimpse into human lives through the dim light of a window. Using a combination of dynamic circus performance, dance, and acrobatics, the talented cast explores the complexities of close relationships and the familiarity of day-to-day routines.
    Aug. 16-20. See website for showtimes. $35 and up.  
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