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    Classical Music

    Boogie & BBQ with McCain Duo

    This is a free, family-friendly concert with Artina and Martin McCain, known for their fusion of classical, jazz and gospel programming.
    Sun., Jan. 22, 4-6pm. Free.
    First United Methodist Church, 500 E. Pecan, Pflugerville
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    Pretty Woman: The Musical

    One of Hollywood’s most beloved romantic stories springs to life onstage, starring Broadway superstar and Adam Pascal as Edward Lewis and newcomer Jessie Davidson as the charming and charismatic Vivian Ward. Directed by Jerry Mitchell.
    Jan. 17-22. Tue.-Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm; Sun., 1 & 7pm. $30 and up.  
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    Visual Arts

    PrintAustin 2023

    The PrintAustin Collective was co-founded in 2013 by local printmakers Cathy Savage and Elvia Perrin to bring attention to the vibrant printmaking scene in Austin. The festival they started has since grown to include more than 60 print-focused events all across the city, with returning and new participants each year. See the website for the full schedule of events and galleries.
    Jan. 15-Feb. 19
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    Visual Arts

    Prizer Arts & Letters: Descendency

    New work from Austin-based Amy Scofield, best known as a photographer and a sculptor working with leftover and found materials. In this show, she's taken images of discarded manufactured goods and evidence of consumerism and arranged each into a kaleidoscopic grid.
    Opening reception: Thu., Jan. 19, 6-10pm
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    Ride the Wave

    This new play by Mattie Barber-Bockelman is about "three bros searching for an epic surf on the last day of summer." In the multimedia performance, set in a loosely imagined 2060s rich with vibes, grooves, and laughter, a group of young women riff on the surfer bro trope to examine how friendship, the pursuit of freedom, and growing up will be affected by climate catastrophe. Directed by Teresa Cruz for the Vortex.
    Jan. 12-28. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 6pm. $15-37.  
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    The Hideout

    The diverse lineup of sometimes hilarious, always surprising yes-and shows has returned, with Pgraph and Maestro and more for the most unexpected delights of in-person entertainment. For instance: The wibble-inducing whimsy of The Romantic Rom-Com Comedy Show See the website for details.
    $10 and up.  
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    The Sound Inside

    Jarrott Productions presents Adam Rapp's intense and intimate play about fiction – the kinds we read and the kinds we live – ​starring Rebecca Robinson and Tucker Shepherd, directed by David Jarrott.
    Jan. 13-28. Wed.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2:30pm  
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