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for Tue., Feb. 6
  • Musical Mixology Featuring Ensemble ATX

    Step into a world of timeless mystique as Ensemble ATX invites you to an evening of “Musical Mixology.” Experience the alluring ambiance reminiscent of the secret gatherings of the Lost Generation, transporting you back to the speakeasies where romance and decadence collided. Don’t miss the chance to sip and revel in the fusion of mixology and extraordinary music!
    Sat. Mar. 6, 7:30pm  
    The Mansion
  • Music

    Squirrel Flower, Alexalone, Little Mazarn

    The emotionally and environmentally charged songwriting project of Chicago-based Ella Williams, Squirrel Flower released Tomorrow’s Fire late last year. Williams’ third LP leaps headlong into loud, looping rock but pays homage to her indie “prairie-pop” beginnings in the Iowa DIY scene. Tuesday’s lineup brings both ends of that spectrum into focus, with Austin-based folk group Little Mazarn and shoegaze soundscapists alexalone setting the tone for a night of fuzzy guitar, angelic harmonies, and big feelings. – Bridget Kingston
    Tue., Feb. 6, 8pm  
    • Arts


      Beetlejuice: The Musical, the Musical, the Musical

      Based on Tim Burton’s beloved film, this hilarious musical tells the story of a strange and unusual teenager whose life changes when she meets a recently deceased couple and a demon with a thing for stripes.
      Feb. 6-11. Tue.-Thu., 7:30pm; Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm; Sun., 1 & 6:30pm. $35 and up.  
    • Community


      Free Vaccine Clinic

      It’s not too late to get your flu vaccine and it’s definitely not too late to get the latest COVID-19 vaccine – or any others that you or your children might need. This clinic is meant to promote public health across the entire Austin-Travis County community, so every vaccine is free (no insurance required) and they are available to anyone, regardless of citizenship. Other vaccines available include: MPOX, shingles, HPV, and measles. View the full list online. – Austin Sanders
      Tue., Feb. 6, 10am-1pm  
    • Arts


      FronteraFest Short Fringe

      Austin’s most beloved performance festival has returned for its 29th year, with the Short Fringe bringing a slate of five different 25-minute shows each night at the legendary Hyde Park Theatre – featuring actors, artists, poets, dancers, and performers of all types from Texas and beyond. Tonight’s lineup showcases “They Eat Sunshine Not Zebras” by Dara Murphy; the musical “Miss. Adventure” by Rachel Pallante; the juggling-infused “The Magic of Yes” by Paprika; the mental health explorations of “Treat Yourself, Stella!” by Sandy Maranto, and Raymond Abel Gutierrez’s “Latini-Duh!™: The upside-down side of the Latinoverse!” with music by Mexican Institute of Sound. – Wayne Alan Brenner
      Tue., Feb. 6
    • Community


      Kids Create: Basquiat Crowns & Portraits

      Haitian American and Puerto Rican artist Jean-Michel Basquiat took inspiration from many sources as a creative child: At 8 years old, he drew cartoons influenced by comic books and Alfred Hitchcock films, according to research compiled by Franklin Sirmans. So too can your crafty kiddos be inspired by Basquiat himself at this library event, where supplies are provided to make a self-portrait and cardboard crown in the artist’s signature style. Browse the library’s many media resources on Basquiat for more inspo, such as Ma Isabel Sanchez Vegara’s biography on the artist aimed at young readers. – James Scott
      Tue., Feb. 6, 4-5pm
    • Film

      Special Screenings

      Tótem (2023)

      A seven-year-old's world shifts at a family gathering in this rapturously received coming of age story from Mexican director Lila Avilés (The Chambermaid).
      Tue., Feb. 6, 5:15pm
    • Qmmunity

      Nightlife & Parties

      The Drag Queen Game Show

      Come on down, potential contestants, for the draggiest game show in all of Austin. Hosted by the terrific twosome of Celia Light and Mars, this interactive event pulls its audience into myriad mini-games based around a different theme every Tuesday. Enjoy games like trivia, speed dating, and Boobie Bingo. Whether you stumble in after a movie or go for the love of the game, this party will bring all the fabulous prizes your heart desires – like a drag queen ribbing you. Wait, is that not what everybody wants? – James Scott
      Tuesdays, 8-10pm
    • Arts

      Visual Arts

      Thin Spaces: Seeking Nature’s Ethereal Conduits

      This three-person show of visual art at the venerable Dougherty Arts Center suggests ways in which “the natural world can serve as a conduit to a deeper understanding of the ethereal,” divulging liminal places where material and spirit intertwine. Local and simultaneously beyond locale, the layered oil abstractions of Rebecca Bennett, the stunningly manipulated photography of Leslie Kell, and Elena Lipkowski’s digital collages embellished with hand-stitched embroidery shift the gallery’s walls toward wonder and may open your doors of perception into a realm that’s downright seelie. Bonus: Meet the artists there tonight, 7-9pm. – Wayne Alan Brenner
      Feb. 3-March 9
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