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    Isabella Rossellini: Link Link Circus

    The award-winning actress and filmmaker takes inspiration from the natural world in her new theatricalized lecture, a smart yet comedic look at the links between humans and animals. Illustrated with short comic films, home movies, and animation, Link Link Circus addresses the latest scientific discoveries about animal minds, intelligence, and emotions. Bonus: Rossellini is joined onstage by her trained dog, Pan, who will portray various animals. Um, how d'you say it, YASSSSSS!
    Tue.-Fri., Nov. 12-15, 7:30pm. $10-40.  
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    They, Themself, and Schmerm

    This new work – written and performed by Becca Blackwell, developed with Ellie Heyman in collaboration with Jill Pangallo and Jess Barbagallo – is part classic stand-up comedy special and part teen zine vomit confessional, a disturbing and hilarious personal tale of being adopted into a Midwestern religious family, trained to be a girl, molested, and plagued by the question, "How do I become a man and do I even want that?"
    Mon.-Tue., Nov. 11-12, 7:30pm. $10-20.  
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    Spring Awakening

    Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik's punk-rock musical "personifies the struggles of growing up and finding your own unique voice" and is directed by Anna Skidis Vargas for UT's Department of Theatre and Dance.
    Through Nov. 24. Times vary, see website. $15-26.  

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