One of Cirque du Soleil's first shows will be closing the curtains for the very last time when Saltimbanco completes one of their last tour dates at the Cedar Park Center this weekend.
(Photo by Olivier Samson Arcand)
Staged in partnership with the University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance and filled with vibrant mariachi music, the new work plays October 5th through November 5th.
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Playing Bass Concert Hall on october 18th and 19th, the group combines modern dance and Afro-Brazilian dance with ballet, creating sexy physicality, dynamic ability and visual finesse.
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The Texas State Department of Theatre launches their 2012-13 Season with Ken Ludwig's screwball, door-slamming Tony Award-nominated farce, running October 2nd through 7th.
(Photo courtesy Texas State Univ.)
The new staging of Jean Giono's beloved short story will be performed in promenade style at Sparky Park during October, telling the story through movement, music and projected art.
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Featuring principal players of the Austin Symphony Orchestra, the new series opens on September 27th at Riverbend Church, spotlighting works by Haydn, Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky.
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Olin Meadows talks with Justin Colombo, who plays “Lonnie” in Rock of Ages, about being on tour and the strange feeling of watching your show be turned into a blockbuster movie.
(Photo by Scott Suchman)
Performing with the Carpe Diem String Quartet and Michelle Schumann, the concert will feature Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" and Piazzolla's "The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires."
(Photo courtesy ACMC)
The work was developed from a long collaboration between critically acclaimed dancer and choreographer Lorn MacDougal and French audio-visual artist and filmmaker Alain Le Razer.
(Photo courtesy Galaxy Dance)
The event will feature Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell, who will be joined by Austin bands and ZACH performers in a revue that will include a special sneak peak at Ragtime.
(Photo courtesy Paradigm Agency)
Olin Meadows talks to the actress about her legacy of fighting for people dealing with AIDS and HIV, life after "Sabrina, the Teenaged Witch" and why this play is important to her.
(Photo courtesy Theatre En Bloc)
The award-winning producing arm of the St. Edward's University theatre training program stages the play by Charles L. Mee, running September 27th through October 7th.
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The new American soap opera in six parts - written and performed by Heather Woodbury and directed by Michael Yawney - will run from October 19th through November 11th.
(Photo courtesy VORTEX Theatre)
Austin's newest early music ensemble launches their second season with "Series of Unfortunate Names" featuring works by composers whose names elicit different reactions today.
(Photo courtesy Ensemble Settecento)
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