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    Trainwreck!: a T4T Dance Party

    Cut Up is taking a break to team up with ATX Trans Pride and p1nkstar (who's part of Cut Up) to bring you a trans4trans dance party. DJ sets by GirlFriend (the mastermind of Trans Pride) and Erika Voight with a midnight variety show featuring Kelly Kline, Alexander The Great, Vestite, and Dust Bunny. 18 and up; make sure yer lewk is flawless.
    Tue., Oct. 22, 10pm. $5 after 11pm.  
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    Drag Class

    Sabel Scities is taking you back to class and schoolin’ you on drag. Doors are open to entertainers who’ve been performing for two years or less and want to learn how to style their wigs, beat their mug, build a brand, and so much more. Sabel’s students are paired with a seasoned queen who will show ’em the ropes over the semester. The queens compete for $1,000, photoshoots, bookings, and more. Bonus: No one will wanna miss the After School Dance party that follows. – A. Micah Mills
    Tuesdays, 9pm-12mid  
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    Kiki & Karaoke

    This is not your average karaoke night. Come sing for the crowd while Nadine and Mr. Austin Pride 2019 Adam Stone sit back, chat, and, well, play Simon Cowell. No matter what happens, they always have snacks. – A. Micah Mills
    Tuesdays, 10pm  
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    Lizzy Caroloke

    Sing on, my sweet nighting-queers.
    Tue., Oct. 22, 9pm-1am  
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    Texas History Is a Drag

    Learn Texas history like junior high could never teach it with Austin’s self-proclaimed Senator Colleen DeForrest at one of the swankiest hotels in town, where she’ll bring some of the state’s most legendary tales to life through the art of drag. Get ready to participate in all the fun. – A. Micah Mills
    Tuesdays, 8-10pm  

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