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Holiday Concerts and Performances Happening in Austin This Christmas Season

Nov 28   |  Austin.com

A holiday concert is one of the best ways to celebrate the season! Lucky for us, there are a bunch of fun and festive performances happening in and around Austin. Featuring TPA's holiday shows with Samara Joy (Dec 3), Jinkx & DeLa (Dec 14), Il Divo (Dec 15), Sarah Brightman (Dec 19), and Mannheim Steamroller (Dec 29).

"The Book of Mormon" At Bass Concert Hall

Nov 15   |  CBS Austin

Everyone's favorite missionaries come to Austin at Bass Concert Hall in The Book of Mormon. This outrageous musical comedy with music, lyrics, and book by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone. The Austin Show is brought to you by the Texas Performing Arts.

Cutting-Edge Arts Programming

Nov 15   |  Tribeza

Texas Performing Arts partners with Fusebox to bring daring artists and distinctive performances to Austin (pgs. 68-69).

Broadway in Austin: The Book of Mormon Returns to the Stage

Nov 14   |  Spectrum News

Record-breaking musical comedy The Book of Mormon returns for another Austin mission Nov. 14-19 at the Bass Concert Hall. The religious parody will perform eight shows this week, with two-a-day shows on Saturday and Sunday.

Terence Blanchard Talks with KMFA's Dianne Donovan

Nov 9   |  KMFA

Grammy-winning jazz musician and composer Terence Blanchard talks with KMFA about his work and career ahead of the performance of his jazz-opera Fire Shut Up In My Bones on Thursday, Nov 9 at TPA's McCullough Theatre. 

Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week

Nov 2   |  Austin Chronicle

Jazz master Terence Blanchard, his band the E-Collective, the Turtle Island String Quartet, and singers Nicholas Newton and Adrienne Danrich present excerpts and re-worked pieces from his much-acclaimed jazz-opera Fire Shut Up In My Bones on Thursday, Nov 9 at TPA's McCullough Theatre. 

Review: SIX Rocks History at Bass Concert Hall

Oct 9   |  BroadwayWorld Austin

All SIX performers reign supreme as true queens of pop and sassiness. They command the stage with unwavering authority, delivering a night filled with music, dance, and laughter that resonates from start to finish.

Don’t Miss The Best Musical To Come To Austin This Year

Oct 5   |  Austin.com

If you don’t have tickets to see Six: The Musical, don’t lose your head, you still have time. The show runs through Sunday, October 8. If there’s one show you don’t want to miss, it’s this one!


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