Because of the huge, wonderful allotment of FronteraFest Long Fringe tickets, we have some extra tickets to give away to members of our Arts Community.Spend a week with us as honorary A-team members! If you like it ( and we know you will), get signed up as a full fledged member today!
If you haven’t heard of the A-Team, it is a wonderful program of the Greater Austin Creative Alliance. You get a weekly email about free tickets to art, music, theatre, dance, film and special events all over Austin. You are sent to the event for free, and in return are asked to post a review of the show on nowplayingaustin.com by the Wednesday following the event! Its a great way to see local art, and help promote outstanding events.
We invite you to take advantage of these free ticket giveaways, and in exchange require a review on nowplayingaustin.com
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to take advantage of these offers by 4 pm on Friday afternoon.
For information about the Long Fringe shows, check out fronterafest.org. Thanks to these generous companies for offering up a few tickets to their opening night. One ticket per person.
“…Some Other Day” 1/19, 7 pm
The baggy-pants, vaudeville-style clown duo, Schave & Reilly, are having a world premiere at FronteraFest! “…Some Other Day” is a tale about love, the weather, and death. All of which are inevitable. Schave & Reilly are hailed as “charming”, “timeless and layered” and as “slapstick geniuses”.
“An Evening With Chastity Gambler and Alan Jr.” Mon. Jan 18 @ 9:00pm
Famous country western duo Alan Jr. and Chastity Gambler have always been in love. But their commitment to each other and to their show will be tested as secrets are revealed, lyrics are forgotten, and tears are shed over spilt beer. Leave your daddy’s shotgun at home and let this charming and hilarious musical revue blow your brains out.
“One Man’s Music: A Monologue with Song” Jan 23rd at 8pm
Based on his new autobiography, Bell tells a fine tale about Texas music, the singer-songwriter tradition, and a personal journey of determined rehabilitation and subsequent comeback from a car wreck that ends triumphant in the here and now. One Man’s Music is a story of distance and reunion, of shrapnel and balm, and the journey of a “music-lifer” as well as a life resurrected by music.
“American Volunteers” Tue. 1/19 9:15 p.m.
American Volunteers follows a squad of special operations Rangers as they patrol the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. The play focuses on three sergeants responsible for leading the squad, and the conflict that arises as each pursues life, liberty or happiness. The story is told through the bifocal perspective of a female soldier briefly attached to the squad, and a metamorphic Chorus. Warning: Strong language, violence, and meter.
Looking For Love in All the Wrong Cafes, Strip Clubs and Black Box Performance Spaces
The Bitter Poet performs his darkly humorous, satirical guitar-driven poems about searching for True Love and the contortionists you meet along the way! It’s a high-energy, irreverent and sometimes painfully true celebration of the crazy things we do for love! The Bitter Poet is written and performed by New York City actor/writer Kevin Draine. Recommended for adult audiences.
“Hotel Morocco” Sun 1/24 12 p.m.
Adam has lost his dad, girlfriend, and job. Now he’s stuck as the overnight bellman at Hotel Morocco, a Times Square tourist trap. Alongside encounters with his ex-girlfriend, a seductress, and various hotel characters; he meets Rocco, the resident, who claims the owners want him dead. Adam seeks clarity amongst chaos in this new comedy by Aaron Black, Directed by Shannon Davis, starring Alexander Hall. Producer: Aaron Black, Shannon Davis, Alexander Hall Director: Shannon Davis