If you haven’t caught the’s , this weekend marks your last chance. Last year, Catastrophic sent teams of performers to meet their audiences in their own yards and driveways. Last month, Catastrophic established a Drama Squad residency at – still outdoors and socially distanced – which comes to an end October 17. You can get pay-what-you-can tickets to the last three shows , or you can don a costume and join Catastrophic on Thursday, October 14, at 7 p.m. when the Drama Squad visits the at the for the .
If you’ve ever wondered what may have happened after Nora slams the door on her old life in A Doll’s House,is opening their season with “ ” to Henrik Ibsen’s “ ” On Friday, October 15, by Lucas Hnath will make its Houston premiere, and it’s a play that “ ” Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and November 1, and 3 p.m. Sundays through November 6. Tickets are available for $17 to $53.
On Friday, October 15, at 7:30 p.m. the “” members of will bring their “ ” catalogue “ ” to the stage. The group formed in 2009 as “ ” and has been taking New Orleans to people everywhere ever since. Register for a free seated ticket, or pack up a blanket or lawn chair and head for the ticketless seating on the Hill. You can also catch this one from home on the , , or .
Thereturns to a live, in-person format this year for three nights of showcase-style performances. The roster includes live dance from companies like and the Dallas-based collective , dance films from and performance artist , and much more. Performances are scheduled at 8 p.m. on Friday, October 15, and Saturday, October 16, and at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, October 17. As of press time, Saturday night’s show is sold out, so hurry to get your tickets to Friday or Sunday before it’s too late. You can nab a ticket for $15 .
Though some may question “,” we say who cares – just give us the tacos. This Saturday, October 16, from 4 to 7 p.m. you can find yourself in taco heaven during the ’ annual at the . Buy a now (prices go up the day of the event) and enjoy unlimited taco samples at the outdoor festival. Or you can drop to get perks like early entry and access to a VIP-only lounge and restrooms, drink tickets at the VIP bar, and exclusive taco samples. Check out the vendors and a list of things to do . And note: this one is 21 and up only.
Don’t rush out to get a gift of tin or aluminum to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the– in fact, don’t even leave your couch. This year’s edition is again “Live From Home,” meaning the and the will present the fest online. On Saturday, October 16, at 5 p.m. join the free three-hour long party featuring headliner along with , , and . You can watch on the and social platforms as well as on and HTV’s public access television channels.
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“ ” so get a head start on Halloween this Wednesday, October 20, at 7:30 p.m. during a free screening of at . described the classic 1982 haunted house film – directed by Tobe Hooper based on a story by Steven Spielberg – as one “ ,” and “ ” Be sure to bring lawn chairs or a blanket to the outdoor screening.