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    ¡Estar Guars!

    The Latino Comedy Project, fully embracing the power of the dark(er) side, presents this intergalactic send-up to end all send-ups, staging a 1) hilarious and 2) . See Han Cholo, La Princesa Leia Organa-Cortez, Tio Juan Kenobi, Yola, R2Me2, Darth Vendido, ICE Troopers, and more in a comedy fiesta set "not long ago, in a barrio just around the way …" It's a show of "high adventure, swashbuckling duels, and adorable furry brown creatures speaking in exotic alien tongues – like Spanglish!" (: Note: This show is performed mostly in English with some Spanglish and is rated PG-13.) Written & directed by Sith Lord Adrian Villegas. See our recent feature for more.
    Through May 11. Thu.-Fri., 8pm; Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5 & 7pm. $25.  
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    (un) Documents

    The Vortex presents the return of this play written and performed by Jesus I. Valles, bringing to staged life the writer's "journeys across both sides of a river with two names, moving between languages to find his place as a son, a lover, a teacher, and a brother in a nation that demands sacrifice at the altar of citizenship." Directed by Rudy Ramirez, lauded by the Chronicle's own Robert Faires, recommended to one and all.
    Through May 19. Thu.-Sun., 8pm. $15-35.  
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    Big Medium: Unity of Opposites

    This show, curated by , features artists and exploring nature and how humans decide to interact with it. "Inspired by alchemy, technology, and numbers, Blasto focuses on earth, the visible and tangible; Walker on the invisible, immaterial and divine."
    Through May 18
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    Ky Krebs: Oops, All Gay Jokes

    ' "sharp tongue and queer perspective delve into a surreal absurdity that manages to be both dark and playful," is what the press release says. Well, we've seen his stand-up, and "he's really fucking funny" is what we say. Recommended: Check out the young man's comedy stylings in this show hosted by Holli Cuomo and featuring Arielle Isaac Norman
    Thu., May 9, 9pm. $8-12.  
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    Laird Barron: Black Mountain

    Word to the wise: That returns to Austin to present his latest Isaiah Coleridge thriller tonight.
    Thu., May 9, 7pm
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    Shakespeare in the Park: Merchant of Venice

    The Austin Shakespeare company, directed by Ann Ciccolella, brings all the romance, comedy, and dramatic clashes of this Shakespeare masterpiece to life on the hillside stage at Zilker Park. This iteration of the show is set in the Belle Époque of 1890s Italyso there will be plenty of gorgeous costumes – and, big bonus, the role of Shylock is performed by Marc Pouhé.
    Through May 26. Thu.-Sun., 8pm. Free.
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    ACAC Gallery: Rights of Passage

    The Austin Creative Art Center presents this exhibition from Rejina Thomas – a show of paintings, architectural embellishments, and monumental glasswork "using geometric form and color to convey meaning and expression, reflecting the personal by removing the glamor to deconstruct racial history."
    Through May 31
    1605 W. Sixth
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    Angela Shelf Medearis: Our People

    During 2018, Medearis – known to millions as – donated several books, manuscripts, photographs, awards, and research papers to the Carver Museum. Now, they’ve been curated and presented as this new exhibition.
    Through June 23
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    Books

    BookWoman Poetry: K.F. Anthony

    is the author of the collection Circling; her debut short poetry film, Breath of Faith, was selected for the 2018 Capital City Black Film Festival. Cindy Huyser hosts; an open mic follows.
    Thu., May 9, 7:15pm
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    Camiba Art: Glassnet Trunk Show

    This pop-up exhibition from glass artist features the newest works in her Glassnet series, adding metal mesh into her fused-glass creations.
    Through May 18
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    Carver Museum: Constant Escape

    Founding members of the Austin-based Black Mountain ProjectAdrian Aguilera, Betelhem Makonnen, and Tammie Rubin – debut a new body of work in sculpture, photography, text, and video. Also on display at the Carver: "Re-Membering Is the Responsibility of the Living," an installation by Taja Lindley.
    Through July 27
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    Cats

    You have Broadway In Austin to thank for the return of this beloved musical, now featuring "new sound design, direction, and choreography for a new generation." But it's still an ailurophile's theatrical dream, bringing T.S. Eliot's rambunctious rhymes about fantastic felines to spectacular staged life. Ah, there's nothing old about this possum, tell you what. (Pro tip: Get a ticket for your mom, too, take her to see this show 'round Mother's Day – moms love cats!)
    May 7-12. Tue.-Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm; Sun., 1 & 7pm. $30 and up.  
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    Co-Lab Projects: M*A*S*H

    This show at Co-Lab's current space in Springdale General features the collaborative work of and , here exploring the “do it yourself” practice of traditional women’s crafts and techniques, warping the existing perceptions of soft sculpture, found fabric, and the timeworn gambits of quilt and tapestry.
    Through May 25  
    1023 Springdale Ste 1B
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    Davis Gallery: Noisy Lullaby

    This solo exhibit featuring new work by might resemble the quilts of your childhood, but the artist's vibrant use of multicolored candy wrappers and cardboard soda boxes aren't conducive to a good night's sleep. In fact, we tried Googling "collage + stunning" a few times, and it was Dursts all the way down, radiating patterns of playfulness and optimism.
    Through May 25
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    Dimension Gallery: Unusual Kinships

    The artist knows about unusual kinships, all right. The kinship of fabric to structure, for instance, as evidenced in her oddly humanoid soft sculptures – the enormous one that's long been towering over Dimension Gallery's , for one; and the other figurative creations, somewhat smaller, that have enhanced live performances in this town. And now Jarkowiec's got her first solo show of such sculptures in Austin, featuring a bright array of human/object hybrid forms, dollhouselike installations, hanging portraits of lovers and friends … and all of it rich with her characteristic humor and invention. Recommended.
    Through May 18
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    DORF: Self-Portraits

    This group show expands the framework of self-portraiture while exploring culture, race, sexuality, gender, and religion. Featuring works by Alan Beckstead, Margarita Cabrera, Bug Davidson, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, Michael Anthony Garcia, Christine Garvey, Katy Horan, Terry Powers, and Sara Vanderbeek.
    Through May 19
    5701 Lewood
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    Dance

    Evolution

    Here's a new show from UT's collaborative design laboratory, wherein teams have partnered with composers throughout the university to produce short danceworks for the concert stage.
    Thu.-Fri., May 9-10, 7:30pm. Free.  
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    grayDUCK Gallery: Misread Signs

    This exhibition of new work and performances by Yuliya Lanina explores the effects of trauma on the human psyche, the exhibition beginning with her signature paintings of collaged, malformed characters that later come to life in a three-channel, immersive animation. You know how some artists can burn pretty brightly? Lanina is gonna be, as usual, . Recommended.
    Through June 2
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    Guzu Gallery: Realms Apart

    Hark ye, good citizen! Hark, we say, as Guzu Gallery presents the first fantasy-themed art show ever held in their intimate and graphically festooned venue! Behold with eyes of wonder as bold heroes and fell creatures from Westeros to Cimmeria – perhaps, even, from , , or ? – travel to this innocuous little sector of the multiverse to take their rightful place on the noble walls of the gallery that's right there in the heart of Austin fandom!
    Through May 19
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    Harry Ransom Center: The Rise of Everyday Design

    Here's a new and detailed look at the history of the Arts and Crafts movement in Britain and America, showing how it transformed the homes and lives of ordinary people and how it continues to influence modern design.
    Through July 14
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    Imagine Art: Rebirth & New Blooms

    Here's a show that aims to "capture the essence of new growth, new beginnings, renewed spirit and heart," as curated by Lacey Richter.
    Through June 21
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    Comedy

    JR Brow

    That is a comedy composer who draws from his eclectic 20-year collection of banter, impressions, music, and characters "to customize an experience that cannot be described with any one genre." Like, sometimes he's a high Brow, sometimes he's a low Brow, and sometimes he wields a wild guitar to drive his humor home.
    Wed.-Thu., May 8-9, 8pm. $12-17.  
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    Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: Such Lonely Country

    This is a solo exhibition of sculptural and new media works by – not, longtime Austinites please note, – who has considered the histories of women, including Nina De Villard and Mary Todd Lincoln, in bringing the past and present into dialogue.
    Through May 19
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    Link & Pin Gallery: McCallum Fine Arts Academy

    This is the spring show of work by students in McCallum's outstanding Visual Arts program. "Outstanding," did we say? Yes, well, we heard it from McCallum alumna Tillie Walden – and if there's a person who knows good art, it's that Walden.
    Through May 12  
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    Lora Reynolds Gallery: Tony Marsh and Natalie Frank

    This is the first Reynolds Gallery show for both of these artists, and we were all like, "Hey, ! With a Grimm exhibition just in time for Ballet Austin's Grimm Tales based on her fantastic works!" and we barely even made note of 's part of this two-person display … until we saw some stunning images showing the gorgeous and fairly chthonic "Cauldrons and Crucibles" work the man does with ceramics small and large – and then we made damned good and sure our schedule was clear for an even longer visit to this excellent Downtown venue.
    Through June 8
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    Theatre

    Matilda the Musical

    Take a journey through the world of this Tony-winning hit based on Roald Dahl's story about an extraordinary little girl who dares to take a stand and change her destiny. No, this spectacular show ain't just for kids – it's a legit tale of empowerment for all. Directed by Abe Reybold and Nat Miller for Zach Theatre, with musical direction by Allen Robertson, and, well, you know the music and lyrics for this thing were writ by , right?
    Through May 12. Thu.-Fri., 7:30pm; Sat., 2:30 & 7:30pm; Sun., 2:30pm. $25 and up.  
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    Mexic-Arte Museum: Drawings from the Permanent Collection

    This is the first time that the museum offers an exhibition focused solely on drawings from its permanent collection, with works by more than 40 artists who explore a wide variety of techniques.
    Through June 3
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    Mexic-Arte Museum: La Huella Magistral

    Two new exhibitions are presented in this Downtown powerhouse of cultural expression, amplifying the inky might of PrintAustin. There's "La Huella Magistral: Homage to Master Printmakers," with a set of 19 prints paying tribute to master printmakers who inspired the artists of , and "Mix 'n' Mash: Migration," new works by more than 200 artists. Bonus: John Patrick Cobb's "Chapel Shrine" paintings.
    Through June 3
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    Books

    Novel Night: Joe Giordano, Kathryn Lane, and Phil Hewitt

    Three authors, three novels! Giordano with his latest Anthony Provati thriller, Drone Strike; Lane with Coyote Zone; Hewitt with Revenge of the Eagle.
    Thu., May 9, 7pm
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    On the Business of Writing

    Literary agent , in conversation with the Writers' League of Texas' , will discuss the role a literary agent plays in the development of a writer's career, from book one to many subsequent books.
    Thu., May 9, 7pm. Free.
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    Rachel Kushner: The Mars Room

    discusses her new novel, about life inside a women's correctional facility, with .
    Thu., May 9, 7pm
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    Theatre

    Rising Artists Reading Series

    Southwest Theatre Productions offers new plays performed as staged readings, the better to gauge their pre-production impact on directors, producers, and an audience (that's you, pilgrim). Watch a different show for free each Thursday, imbibe some tasty beverages – gratis – and give 'em your feedback. In the queue: At the Broken Places by Paul Coleman (May 9); A Comfortable Life by Pamela Weiler Grayson (May 16).
    Through May 16. Thursdays, 8pm. Free.  
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    Texas State History Museum: Texas From Above

    Here's an original exhibition featuring aerial images captured by photographer during a six-day flying journey around the state. This show highlights and explores the process of capturing the images.
    Through June 16
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    The Ballad of Klook & Vinette

    This contemporary new love story from Zach Theatre – it's a world-premiere musical, no less, infused with lyrical prose, jazz, blues, and soul – features two lost souls trying to find themselves in one another. Written by Ché Walker, Anoushka Lucas, and Omar Lyefook; directed by Dave Steakley, with musical direction by Christian Magby. And here's our full review of the show.
    Through May 26. Wed.-Fri., 7:30pm; Sat., 2:30 & 7:30pm; Sun., 2:30pm. $30-$78.  
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    The Blanton Museum: Zulu Time

    This new solo exhibition of two-dimensional and sculptural works by Brooklyn native , now on view in the Blanton's Contemporary Project gallery, will revitalize your awareness of what's coordinated and universal. And, listen, the Blanton now stays open until 8pm on Fridays – through July 26.
    Through July 13
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    The Blanton: Copies, Fakes, and Reproductions

    This exhibition, a Holly Borham-curated collection focused on printmaking in the Renaissance, presents works that showcase the various intentions behind copies, ranging from legit collaborations between designers and printmakers to the unauthorized copies of Albrecht Dürer’s woodcuts (these resulted in a landmark legal decision against image piracy). And, listen, the Blanton now stays open until 8pm on Fridays – through July 26.
    Through June 16  
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    The Blanton: The Living Need Light, The Dead Need Music

    This film by , an artist collective based in Vietnam and California, combines actual footage and staged portrayals of Vietnamese funeral rituals that shift dramatically from documentary to poetic. And, listen, the Blanton now stays open until 8pm on Fridays – through July 26.
    Through May 26  
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    Theatre

    The Children

    Well, doesn't this seem creepy AF? Yes, and it's Lucy Kirkwood's recently about what ensues among three nuclear physicists in a remote cottage on the British coast while the world outside deals with a major disaster at a nuclear power station. "A darkly funny and unsettling show about legacy, survival, and responsibility." Directed by Carlo Lorenzo Garcia for Jarrott Productions.
    Through May 12. Thu.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2:30pm. $15-30.  
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    The Contemporary Austin: Hi, how are you, Gonzo?

    ’ vibrant artistic practice begins with the concept of autoconstrucción, an idea rooted in transformation, exchange, and play. During the exhibition, a series of site-specific sculptures will be enlivened through music, performances, workshops, cooking, storytelling, artmaking, skateboarding, and more, in activations led by the artist’s collaborators from Mexico City and community partners from Austin. See our feature article for more.
    Through July 14
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    The People's Gallery: Exhibition 2019

    Here's the 15th annual exhibition at Austin City Hall, presenting a wide array of painting, sculpture, drawing, and other media by 113 local artists. This year, the exhibition includes a special selection of photographs: The , featuring images of Texas women with disabilities taken by photographers from across the state.
     
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    Umlauf Sculpture Garden: With Out, With In

    If you're standing at the crossroads of wood and sculpture, one of the talented giants you'll see landmarking that intersection is . If you're at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum for this new show, you'll be amazed by more than 30 of that maestro's works – his iconic, surrealistic wooden creations as well as a few of his giant steel and bronze structures. Note: This is, surprisingly, Surls' first solo exhibition of sculptures in Austin.
    Through Aug. 18
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    Women & Their Work: Horizonland

    Rosa Nussbaum’s new exhibition is informed by her recent years in Texas. Unable to drive and finding herself as a passenger in a car, the artist reflects upon how public space in Texas is often imagined as a place for mobile private space, structuring her show as a kind of theme park – using sculpture, performance, video, and a slideshow to explore how the car becomes a lens that focuses and reshapes the world around her.
    Through June 6
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    Words/Matter: Latin American Art and Language

    Drawn primarily from the Blanton’s extensive collection of Latin American art, this exhibition offers an innovative perspective on how artists of the region have explored the links between visual art and written language since the early decades of the twentieth century, with examples ranging from Alejandro Xul Solar and Joaquín Torres-García’s creation of alphabets and metaphysical signs, to the visual experiments of Brazilian concrete poets in the 1960s, and the political codification of language by conceptualists since the 1970s.
    Through May 26

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