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The Ides of March are upon us, March Madness, and the built-in comedy of seeing the presidential candidates in their final lurch towards the primaries. Who will prevail? Will Americans choose to #feelthebern, follow Trump down the rabbit hole, or go with Washington power couple Hill & Bill?

Esther’s Follies poses the question: who will be left standing as the GOP superstar? No one can spoof pop culture like Esther’s, whether it’s taking a swipe at Scientology with the Church of Austinology with L. Ron Hipster, or the laments of hipsters facing their own capitalistic leanings in I Want to Be Evil. The shortcomings of social media are lampooned in the Facebook Anthem.

Magic maestro Ray Anderson continues to amaze our audiences with his high drama illusions The Claw and Torched.

The Ides of March are upon us, March Madness, and the built-in comedy of seeing the presidential candidates in their final lurch towards the primaries. Who will prevail? Will Americans choose to #feelthebern, follow Trump down the rabbit hole, or go with Washington power couple Hill & Bill?

Esther’s Follies poses the question: who will be left standing as the GOP superstar? No one can spoof pop culture like Esther’s, whether it’s taking a swipe at Scientology with the Church of Austinology with L. Ron Hipster, or the laments of hipsters facing their own capitalistic leanings in I Want to Be Evil. The shortcomings of social media are lampooned in the Facebook Anthem.

Magic maestro Ray Anderson continues to amaze our audiences with his high drama illusions The Claw and Torched.

The Ides of March are upon us, March Madness, and the built-in comedy of seeing the presidential candidates in their final lurch towards the primaries. Who will prevail? Will Americans choose to #feelthebern, follow Trump down the rabbit hole, or go with Washington power couple Hill & Bill?

Esther’s Follies poses the question: who will be left standing as the GOP superstar? No one can spoof pop culture like Esther’s, whether it’s taking a swipe at Scientology with the Church of Austinology with L. Ron Hipster, or the laments of hipsters facing their own capitalistic leanings in I Want to Be Evil. The shortcomings of social media are lampooned in the Facebook Anthem.

Magic maestro Ray Anderson continues to amaze our audiences with his high drama illusions The Claw and Torched.

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WHERE

Esther's Follies
525 E. 6th St.
Austin, TX 78701
https://www.esthersfollies.com/tickets/

TICKET INFO

$25-$35
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