Spring Arts 2017

Your guide to this season’s most powerful performances in theatre and dance. 
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Infinite Power

Eric Liu has traveled a long political road to deliver a message of grassroots engagement.
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Enlightened Capitalism

Starbucks elevates low-income communities.
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‘Lane 1974’ at SXSW

SJ Chiro's film 'Lane 1974' gets its festival premiere in Austin.
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Is It Curtains?

Teatro ZinZanni remains on shaky ground.
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Big Ink

See Jim Woodring's 'The Pig Went Down to the Harbor at Sunrise and Wept' at Frye Art Museum through April 16.
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Calls for Artists: Compiled by Brett Hamil

A series of calls for creatives around the city.
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The Sound of Presence

Path with Art’s Jennifer Lobsenz traces a year-long project that gives voice and visibility to homelessness. PLUS: Two poems by Path with Art students
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Leading with Light

Olivia One Feather celebrates Seattle’s divestment from Wells Fargo. 
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Look Here

A great first gallery show for creative firm Civilization
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Head Rest

Gouache on paper. By Kelly Bjork
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Black Like Me: An Exploration of the Word Nigger

For Jade Solomon Curtis, activism is the muse.
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Nadeshiko

On feminism, fetishization and femininity
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Promising Spring Dance

More great dance offerings on stage this season.
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Promising Spring Plays

More great theatre offerings on stage this season.
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The Secret Garden

The 5th Avenue Theatre refreshes a beloved musical adaptation of an even-more-beloved book.
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Cherdonna’s Doll’s House

A Remix of the Ibsen Classic
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It’s Alive

'The Burning World,' Isaac Marion’s sequel to 'Warm Bodies' was published in February.