Home Events Arts

for Thu., Sept. 14
  • Magnolia Musical Theatre Presents Footloose!

    Join Magnolia Music Theatre with your friends and family for Footloose: The Musical, every Wednesday through Saturday through August 10th! Kick off your Sunday shoes and bring a blanket to lounge on the Central Plaza Lawn as you enjoy these free-admission, Broadway-level performances. Every Wednesday is Accessibility Night, sponsored by Together Austin.
    July 10 - Aug. 10, 8pm  
    Hill Country Galleria
  • Arts


    Green New Theatre Symposium

    The Green New Theatre Symposium centers environmental justice over four days of performances, panels, walks, and gardening, with artists, scholars, students, and activists joining to build networks of collaboration, exchange ideas, and work to align practices to face climate crisis in Central Texas.
    Thu.-Sun., Sept. 14-17. $25-150.  
  • Arts


    Hannah Berner

    Hannah Berner emerged on the comedy scene by directing, editing, and acting in videos on Instagram and writing viral tweets. Oh, look at her now!
    Thu., Sept. 14, 7pm. $32.50.  
  • Community


    Naked at My Age

    Forbidden Fruit presents Charla Hathaway's one-woman show, "Naked at My Age: A Grandma’s Surprising Sexual Renaissance." Back from an Australia/New Zealand tour after being awarded "Spirit of the Fringe" in Adelaide, the "passionate fairy godmother" returns to Austin with vulnerable stories from her 20-year pioneering career as an erotic muse.
    Wed., Sept. 13, 8pm at Kick Butt Coffee; Thu., Sept. 14, 7:30pm at Forbidden Fruit  
    Kick Butt Coffee, 5775 Airport; Forbidden Fruit, 108 E. North Loop
  • Arts



    The Alchemy Theatre presents Dominique Morisseau's urban drama about a teacher who finds herself caught between her devotion to her students and her desire to provide her only son with opportunities that seem out of reach. Directed by Simone Raquel Alexander.
    Through Sept. 30. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $35-45.  
    Alchemy Theatre, 130 N. Pedernales #318
  • Arts


    The Laramie Project

    Deaf Austin Theatre premieres the first American Sign Language and spoken English production of Moisés Kaufman's The Laramie Project with a deaf and hearing cast. This thought-provoking documentary play exploring the aftermath of the tragic 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a young gay college student in Laramie, Wyoming, is directed by Jules Dameron.
    Sept. 9-16. Wed.-Fri., 7pm; Sat., 2 & 7pm; Sun., 5pm. $25.  
All Events

Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin.   Support the Chronicle