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Stand-up comedian and actor Jim Breuer said on social media he will be canceling two shows on his upcoming fall tour due to rules at the venues regarding COVID-19 vaccination … more
Texas Performing Arts will present a highly anticipated limited 2-week engagement of HAMILTON at Bass Concert Hall in Austin, December 7–19, 2021. Tickets for this engagement of HAMILTON are … more
Ever wondered how Chowder the bulldog learned how to skateboard? Explaining it in a TikTok video that was less than a minute long could be challenging. But on Thursday, TikTok said it would triple … more

After spearheading a $3 million renovation of Austin’s largest theater, Executive and Artistic Director Bob Bursey announced his first curated season of music, dance, theater, and performance for Texas Performing Arts. A dozen live productions will mark its 40th Anniversary season in 2021-2022.

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Way Off Broadway Community Players will perform A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare on Friday, July 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Smooth Village, 203 W. Broade St. in Old Town Leander. more
Leander’s Old Town Street Festival rolls into town Saturday with live music, the Old Town 5k run, shopping vendors, food trucks, children’s rides and wine tasting.Vendor booths and the … more
Following an extended, sold-out exhibition of Texas Performing Arts' collection of mid-century MGM film backdrops this spring, Texas Performing Arts presents Behind the Scenes ... more
In response to popular demand due to Austin-area school districts having off for spring break, the Jurassic Quest Drive Thru is expanding its hours of operation on Wednesday, March 17 and Thursday, … more
(TNS) We’ve got singing queens and knights and rooks. Walter Tevis’ novel “The Queen’s Gambit,” which was recently adapted into a wildly successful Netflix … more
(TNS) When the annual South by Southwest event was canceled by city officials in Austin, Texas, one week before it was set to begin in March 2020, it was among the earlier signs that the COVID-19 … more
(TNS) The last big scene of “The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” Frank Marshall’s excellent documentary about the rise (and staying power) of the Bee Gees, takes … more
(TNS) Tom Verica is used to juggling. As a director, producer, and actor for Shonda Rhimes' Shondaland, he's filmed dozens of episodes of gasp-worthy television. At one point, the Havertown, … more
(TNS) Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are headed for divorce, according to multiple reports. Kardashian, 40, has been debating the move since the summer, People reported. West, 43, reportedly … more
(TNS) Lil Nas X is truly a man of his generation. With this week’s release of his new children’s book, the social media-savvy, history-making Billboard chart-topper pleaded with … more
(TNS) Film and TV star Scott Glenn never could’ve scripted the way his career turned out. A veteran of nearly 100 roles spanning more than five decades — including his latest, … more
When GLAAD releases its annual report on LGBTQ+ visibility on television next year, 2020 likely will be dubbed a milestone for the prevalence of nonbinary characters on the small screen. more
(TNS) No matter the size of your holiday guest list, don't forget to put drinks on the menu. more
(TNS) CHICAGO — A few advantages to digital museumgoing: 1. No lines. 2. No fees. 3. No alarms sounding when you venture a little too close to the item on exhibit. more
It takes a pop-culture village to keep me out of the bad place. more
In 1990, music executive Jeff Ayeroff had been growing increasingly frustrated at the effort by Washington politicians to censor artists in his industry. Then he decided to get even. more
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