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So Bad It's Laughable

Big Game proves bad action movie cliches never go out of style

By Alex Bentley

If we movie lovers are honest with ourselves, there are many times when our favorite memories involve films that are pretty dumb, especially when it comes to 1980s action movies. Most of them ...

Opera for All

Austin Opera debuts new name, new show and new art installation at the Long Center

By Sofia Sokolove

On a recent Saturday night along the south shore of Lady Bird Lake near Riverside Drive, an eclectic crowd shuffled together toward two very different live music experiences. A bearded skateboarder ...

Arts Around Austin

The King and I premieres at ZACH Theatre ahead of Broadway revival

By Shelley Seale

Now is your chance to "get to know" The King and I. For the first time in 25 years, the beloved musical is being professionally staged in Austin — and it is coming to ZACH's Top ...

No More Drama

Jesus Christ Superstar tour feauturing odd cast of '90s stars suddenly gets canceled

By Alex Bentley

The national tour of Jesus Christ Superstar, which was scheduled for June 20 at the Frank Erwin Center, has been canceled. Options Clause Entertainment, the group in charge of the show, released a ...

David Bowie Experience

Soundpainting Austin: David Bowie, dance and improv combine for unpredictable theatrical experience

By Shelley Seale

After a glamorous lawn party preview in November, the Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre unveiled its production of The Bowie Project at Stateside at the Paramount last weekend. Featuring Austin-b ...

The Boy Can't Help It

Hating Ethan Hawke isn't all it's cracked up to be

By Joseph V. Amodio

You’re standing outside a cafe near Lincoln Center before meeting Ethan Hawke, and you have a dilemma: Do you admit you loathe him and always have? Or do you act all neutral-like? You cou ...

Glam on Glam

Glamorous rock & roll lawn party at Travis Heights mansion kicks off Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre season

By Shelley Seale

Dance, music, theater and arts aficionados came together Sunday afternoon for a British-inspired lawn party to support Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre. The Ziggy Do party was held at The Academy, the ic ...

Love Finds Les Mis

Dream duo teams up for ZACH's Les Miserables

By Shelley Seale

Les Miserables, the musical based on the classic Victor Hugo novel, is the world's longest-running musical and one of the most popular of all time. Produced in 42 countries and seen by more tha ...

In Memoriam

Jerry Russell, father of Sen. Wendy Davis and Stage West founder, dies

By Lindsey Wilson

Jerry Russell, father of Sen. Wendy Davis and founder of Fort Worth theater company Stage West, passed away peacefully this morning at Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth. He had been hospitali ...

City Theatre Company Presents: Much Ado About Nothing

It's a given that a play by Shakespeare will contain witty dialogue and verbal jousting, but Much Ado About Nothing is the romantic comedy that can outshine his other comedies because it c

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