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for Thu., Dec. 21
  • Free Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet

    Austin Shakespeare, in conjunction with the University of Texas at Austin, presents Shakespeare’s classic love story, Romeo and Juliet. This legendary love story will be told in a new way! Set in the 1930’s with inspiration from the period crime drama Peaky Blinders, this production will also include music (both live and recorded) from the mid 20th century as well as the 1930s. Tickets are free when you RSVP in advance.
    May 23-June 9  
    The Curtain Theatre
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    A Christmas Carol

    Zach Theatre’s adaptation of the Dickens classic is a musical sleigh ride through rhythm and time, infusing the traditional Victorian story with a score that spans all genres and eras. "Celebrate the season with the loving Cratchit family and three soulful ghosts as they take Ebenezer Scrooge on a joyride to rediscover his heart and love for human kindness."
    Through Dec. 31. $25 and up.  
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    Cloud Tree Collective: Winter Market

    Whether you deem art a necessity or a luxury, you'll be sure of finding the perfect creations for gifting (others or yourself) at Cloud Tree Studios' winter market, featuring the work of talented locals – including Alejandra Almuelle, Tim Kerr, Graham Franciose, Jesse Sublett, Vera Smiley, Brian David Johnson, and many others.
    Thu.-Sat., Dec. 21-23, 11am-6pm
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    The Mutt-Cracker (Sweet!)

    This year’s cavalcade of canine capers stars brilliant and talented rescue dogs, including the show's newest stars, Dragonfly and Firefly. Darren Peterson brings his masterful juggling and unicycling, along with a talented cast that includes acro-artists Balyssa Ball and James Kent. The extraordinary holiday entertainmentfrom Circus Chickendog, now in its 12th year of pleasing crowds of all ages, is directed by Melissa McKnight.
    Through Dec. 30. Wed.-Sun., 4:30 & 6:30pm. $15-37.  
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    Zak Mirz

    This international magician's latest projects include being a magic advisor for David Blaine's The Magic Way, winning Penn & Teller's Fool Us, and creating a deck of cards that helped raise awareness and money to end human trafficking.
    Thu., Dec. 21, 7pm  
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