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    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.  
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    Raven-Winged Hours: An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe

    Edgar Allan Poe, the master of the macabre, vividly comes to life in the Archive Theater’s new adaptation of his poetry and stories. Chris Fontanes, Jennifer Rose Davis, and Adriana Fontánez bring you into the author's world of gothic terror with your favorite poems and stories.
    Sept. 7-17. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. $15-40.  
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    The Girl Who Became Legend

    In the town of Dustbin, where rules and dust prevail, Raina embarks on a daring quest to bring a cloud back home after years of drought. Join her on an extraordinary adventure filled with outlaws, folk heroes, and a thunderstorm in this new play commissioned by the Kennedy Center.
    Through Oct. 1. Sat.-Sun., 2pm. $24.  
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    Words Into Worlds: Creating Place in the Theatre

    See displays from landmark American and British theatre productions from the past century, bringing together the iconic work of writers Adrienne Kennedy, Arthur Miller, Robert Schenkkan, Tennessee Williams, and others – with award-winning designs from artists Boris Aronson, Beowulf Boritt, Jo Mielziner, and Norman Bel Geddes.
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