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    Austin Record Convention

    Vinyl is back! And so is the largest sale of recorded music in the U.S. More than 1 million records, cassettes, CDs, 8-track tapes, posters, and collectibles will be on hand from more than 300 dealers and collectors from across the globe. Die-hard record fans buy a VIP (early shopper) pass for $40 online or Sat., May 18, starting at 10am at the front box office.
    May 18-19. $5 (good for both days).
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    Visual Arts

    Guzu Gallery: Realms Apart

    Hark ye, good citizen! Hark, we say, as Guzu Gallery presents the first fantasy-themed art show ever held in their intimate and graphically festooned venue! Behold with eyes of wonder as bold heroes and fell creatures from Westeros to Cimmeria – perhaps, even, from Bas-Lag, Maradaine, or the Vorrh? – travel to this innocuous little sector of the multiverse to take their rightful place on the noble walls of the gallery that's right there in the heart of Austin fandom!
    Reception: Fri., April 19, 7-10pm
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    Theatre

    Shakespeare in the Park: Merchant of Venice

    The Austin Shakespeare company, directed by Ann Ciccolella, brings all the romance, comedy, and dramatic clashes of this Shakespeare masterpiece to life on the hillside stage at Zilker Park. This iteration of the show is set in the Belle Époque of 1890s Italyso there will be plenty of gorgeous costumes – and, big bonus, the role of Shylock is performed by Marc Pouhé.
    May 9-26. Thu.-Sun., 8pm. Free.
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    Unbreakable

    Tony-nominated Andrew Lippa joins Austin's Capital City Men’s Chorus for lyrical, choral work spanning 120 years of LGBTQ history, as composed by Lippa. Look for Broadway tenor Nicholas Rodriguez, Rachel Webb, and sopranos Rebecca Knox too.
    Sat., May 18, 7:30pm; Sun., May 19, 4pm. $20-40.  
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