Agnes and Alfred
September 28th through October 27th
The Off Center
    Written by Physical Plant Theater Artistic Director Steve Moore and
    directed by Carlos Treviño, the play follows the 17-year relationship
    of a couple first thrown together at a fire evacuation shelter.
The Hallelujah Girls
September 21st through October 13th
Sam Bass Community Theatre
    The Round Rock theatre group stages the rollicking Southern comedy
    by Jesse Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, about a group of
    feisty females who set out to change their lives and achieve their dreams.
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change
September 21st through October 14th
Palace Theatre
    The historic theatre in Georgetown opens their 2012-2013 Season with
    the four-person ensemble musical celebration of the mating game,
    which is also the second-longest off-Broadway musical in history.
Locked in the Arms of a Crazy Life: poems by Charles Bukowski
October 4th through 13th
Austin Community College Rio Grande Mainstage Theatre
     An American poet, novelist and short story writer, Charles Bukowski
     was influenced by his home city of Los Angeles, and his work reflects
     ordinary day-to-day existences of people on the lower rungs of society.
The Man Who Planted Trees
October 4th through 20th
Sparky Pocket Park
     The Exchange Artists stage a new adaptation of Jean Giono's beloved
     short story, performed inside and outside at Sparky Park via promenade
     style to tell the story through movement, music and projected art.
Mariachi Girl
October 5th through November 3rd
ZACH Theatre
     ZACH Theatre and Teatro Vivo, in partnership with the University of
     Texas, will debut the new stage production “Mariachi Girl,” a new
      bilingual Spanish/English musical for children and family audiences.
Moonlight and Magnolias
October 4th to 21st
The City Theatre
     Penfold Theatre Company opens their season with the play by Ron
     Hutchinson based on actual events surrounding the turmoil endured in
     the making of the legendary movie “Gone with the Wind.”
Medieval Macabre
October 5th through 27th
The Curtain Center
     The Shakespearean troupe The Baron’s Men proves that literature can
     be frightening with their original work exploring the supernatural and
     superstitions - and the super psychotic that riddle the pages of time.
September 20th through October 20th
Hyde Park Theatre
     Ken Webster directs the “Our Town”-inspired take on 21st Century life
     by Will Eno, winner of the 2010 Horton Foote Prize and author of
     Hyde Park Theatre's award-winning production of “Thom Pain.”
This Uh...Body
October 6th through 13th
VORTEX Theatre
     Austin Mime Theatre 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.
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