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El Paso Jazz Girls: Austin Edition
El Paso Jazz Girls: Austin Edition is a three-day event of music, mentorship, and performance. Open to all female identifying middle and high school musicians, no previous jazz experience required ...
Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures
Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures brings exciting adventure that offers guests “The Ultimate Lake Experience,” which includes a floating water park and obstacle course, access to a beautifully landscaped private resort-style ...
MassChallenge Texas presents Startup Showcase
The second-annual MassChallenge Texas in Austin Startup Showcase is a trade show-style event that is the first-look at the startups participating in the MassChallenge Texas in Austin 2019 program. Guests ...
AFS presents 1900
Finally presented in its uncut form, this decades-spanning epic is perhaps the greatest film of the late Bernardo Bertolucci. Follow the lives and rivalries of two men, one of the ...
ZACH Theatre presents Immortal Longings
Four-time Tony Award® winner Terrence McNally explores the rich history of the Ballets Russes, Sergei Diaghilev’s itinerant Russian ballet company, in his newest play, Fire and Air. Surrounded by ...
Gilbert & Sullivan Austin presents Iolanthe
Iolanthe is a fanciful comedy that presents a topsy-turvy love story involving fairies and members of the House of Lords, a political fairy tale that only Gilbert & Sullivan could conceive ...
Young Shakespeare presents Macbeth
Young Shakespeare actors will bring to life the raw fantastical world of witches who lure Macbeth to kill to become king, and then trick him to his downfall.
Penfold Theatre presents Henry V
Henry IV is dead, and Prince Hal is crowned King Henry V of England. With the nation in a state of unrest, Henry must leave his rebellious youth behind and ...
Austin Playhouse presents The Book of Will
Three years after Shakespeare’s death, his plays are constantly pirated and performed in inaccurate versions that tarnish the bard's legacy. Henry Condell and John Heminges, Shakespeare's friends ...