The concerts on September 27th through 30th feature popular songs, spirituals and classical works - plus the world premiere of To Touch the Sky by 2012 Pulitzer Prize winner Kevin Puts.
(Photo by Karen Sachar)
Running October 4th to 21st at The City Theatre, the play by Ron Hutchinson explores the turmoil endured in the making of the legendary 1939 movie Gone with the Wind.
(Photo courtesy Penfold Theatre Co.)
Running November 30th through December 2nd at Rollins Studio Theatre at The Long Center, the rhythm experience features live music by Datri Bean and The Butter Bean Band.
(Image courtesy Tapestry Dance Co.)
The show takes a high energy, sometimes comic, often tragic and compelling look at what happens when a body suddenly appears on a busy street full of busy people with busy jobs.
(Photo by Kyle Connealy)
The classical concert explores the exotic, beautiful sound of five violas da gamba - both solo and in ensemble - in a concert program that includes Bach’s sixth “Brandenburg Concerto.”
(Image courtesy La Follia)
The historic theatre in Georgetown opens their 2012-2013 Season with a musical celebration of the mating game, running weekends from September 21st through October 14th.
(Photo courtesy Palace Theatre)
Running now through 29th, the VORTEX artists have flooded the stage with actual water and shimmering effects for the next work in the series by Artistic Director Bonnie Cullum.
(Photo by Kimberley Mead)
The Grammy Award-winning music ensemble - featuring concert programs ranging from Bluegrass to Bach - performs October 6th at the Northwest Hills United Methodist Church.
(Photo courtesy LA Guitar Quartet)
The Shakespearean troupe proves that literature can be frightening by exploring the supernatural and superstitions, running October 5th through 27th at The Curtain Theater.
(Image courtesy The Baron’s Men)
Directed by Estevan "Chuy" Zarate and playing September 13th through 29th at Salvage Vanguard Theatre, the faith of a Texas bordertown is tested by a man who may be a saint.
(Photo by Alberto Jimenez)
The Tony Award winner - based on the hit film and featuring music by Elton John - plays December 11th through 16th as part of the Broadway Across America-Austin 2012-13 Season.
(Image courtesy BAA)
The quartet performs with the 2007 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition gold medal winner Haochen Zhang on September 26th and with the Miró Quartet on September 28th.
(Photo courtesy TPA)
The free lunch-time reading will feature Austin performers Robert Faires and Barbara Chisholm sharing poems they love at noon in The Long Center's Rollins Studio Theatre.
(Image courtesy SICA)
The new live action sci-fi work by Jeff Mills, Jason Newman and Brent Werzner follows two down and out NASA cast-offs seeking to be the first men to mine the tail of Halley's Comet.
(Image: Natalie George Presents)
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