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Emily Quigley

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Emily Quigley is an assistant features editor and edits the weekly Austin360 entertainment guide.

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Holiday events that will get your season started right away
 The holiday season in Central Texas gets into full swing this weekend. Once you put away those turkey leftovers, get ready to fa la la la la with your family and friends. Here’s a look at some of the places where you can make merry before the calendar turns to December. Mozart’s Christmas Light Show. The annual spectacular at...

Posted: a minute ago

The holiday season in Central Texas gets into full swing this weekend. Once you put away those turkey leftovers, get ready to fa la la la la with your family and friends. Here’s a look at some of the places where you can make merry before the calendar turns to December. Mozart’s Christmas Light Show. The annual spectacular at...
‘Dry Land’ is a gripping first production from a new Austin theater company
 Autumn 2017 has been a very good season for powerful female performances on the Austin stage, from 
            “Vampyress” and 
            “Storm Still” at the Vortex Theatre to 
            “The Wolves” at Hyde Park Theatre. Now, the inaugural performance from a new company joins that list with Permanent...

Posted: 12 days ago

Autumn 2017 has been a very good season for powerful female performances on the Austin stage, from “Vampyress” and “Storm Still” at the Vortex Theatre to “The Wolves” at Hyde Park Theatre. Now, the inaugural performance from a new company joins that list with Permanent...
Check out the glowing art displays coming to Creek Show 2017
 It’s getting dark earlier in the day thanks to daylight saving time, but for nine days this month, part of downtown will be extra bright. Creek Show — the Waller Creek Conservancy’s free, family-friendly art experience— is back for its fourth year. From 6 to 10 p.m. Nov. 10-18, you can take your own walking tour of...

Posted: 12 days ago

It’s getting dark earlier in the day thanks to daylight saving time, but for nine days this month, part of downtown will be extra bright. Creek Show — the Waller Creek Conservancy’s free, family-friendly art experience— is back for its fourth year. From 6 to 10 p.m. Nov. 10-18, you can take your own walking tour of...
See another powerful work from ‘Moonlight’ writer on stage in ‘The Brothers Size’
 Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney should be a familiar name to Austin audiences, between winning last year’s Academy Award
            for best adapted screenplay for “Moonlight” (based on his play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue”) and a moving production
            of his play “In the Red and Brown...

Posted: 19 days ago

Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney should be a familiar name to Austin audiences, between winning last year’s Academy Award for best adapted screenplay for “Moonlight” (based on his play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue”) and a moving production of his play “In the Red and Brown...
‘Woman in Black’ offers classic scares for Halloween
 “Woman in Black” has quite a pedigree behind it. Stephen Mallatratt’s play, based on the 1983 Gothic horror novella of the
            same name by writer Susan Hill, has been playing in London since 1987, making it the second longest-running play in West End
            (London’s version of Broadway) history (only...

4:50 PM Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017

“Woman in Black” has quite a pedigree behind it. Stephen Mallatratt’s play, based on the 1983 Gothic horror novella of the same name by writer Susan Hill, has been playing in London since 1987, making it the second longest-running play in West End (London’s version of Broadway) history (only...
Four places to watch scary movies in Austin leading up to Halloween
 Did you hear the story about the girl who stayed home alone to watch scary movies and was never heard from again? Yeah, you don’t want to be that girl. Get out of the house and get your frightening film fix at one of these special movie events all over Austin. It’s much more fun to watch a creepy classic or blood-soaked slasher...

5:14 PM Monday, Oct. 16, 2017

Did you hear the story about the girl who stayed home alone to watch scary movies and was never heard from again? Yeah, you don’t want to be that girl. Get out of the house and get your frightening film fix at one of these special movie events all over Austin. It’s much more fun to watch a creepy classic or blood-soaked slasher...
Five places to watch scary movies in Austin 
 Did you hear the story about the girl who stayed home alone to watch scary movies and was never heard from again? Yeah, you don’t want to be that girl. Get out of the house and get your frightening film fix at one of these special movie events all over Austin. It’s much more fun to watch a creepy classic or blood-soaked slasher...

5:19 PM Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

Did you hear the story about the girl who stayed home alone to watch scary movies and was never heard from again? Yeah, you don’t want to be that girl. Get out of the house and get your frightening film fix at one of these special movie events all over Austin. It’s much more fun to watch a creepy classic or blood-soaked slasher...
Send us your Halloween photos of your pets and kids
 Are you sitting down? Because I’m about to hit you with some heavy-duty cuteness. This is Kit, Polk and Stacey Randall in North Austin in 1985. Kit made all the costumes because she clearly is far more talented than I am. Let’s get a closer look at that adorable little caveman, aka Thomas Polk Randall V: I DIE. What was your favorite...

6:18 PM Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017

Are you sitting down? Because I’m about to hit you with some heavy-duty cuteness. This is Kit, Polk and Stacey Randall in North Austin in 1985. Kit made all the costumes because she clearly is far more talented than I am. Let’s get a closer look at that adorable little caveman, aka Thomas Polk Randall V: I DIE. What was your favorite...
Zach Theatre’s ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ has snazzy special effects but somewhat soggy story
 Since its release in 1952, the film “Singin’ in the Rain” has gradually gained cultural prestige as one of the greatest (if
            not the greatest) movie musicals of all time. Its mid-1980s adaptation to the Broadway stage is slightly less heralded but
            is also perhaps one of the most obvious and effortless...

9:43 PM Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

Since its release in 1952, the film “Singin’ in the Rain” has gradually gained cultural prestige as one of the greatest (if not the greatest) movie musicals of all time. Its mid-1980s adaptation to the Broadway stage is slightly less heralded but is also perhaps one of the most obvious and effortless...
Here’s how you can get a great deal to see ‘Rent’ in Austin
 Broadway hit “Rent” is coming to Bass Concert Hall for a short run Oct. 13-15, and you can score a great ticket for not a
            lot of dough. Seats in the first two rows of the orchestra section of every performance will be available for $25. Contributed by Carol Rosegg, 2016 Now, you do have to work a bit to get that deal...

5:04 PM Friday, Oct. 06, 2017

Broadway hit “Rent” is coming to Bass Concert Hall for a short run Oct. 13-15, and you can score a great ticket for not a lot of dough. Seats in the first two rows of the orchestra section of every performance will be available for $25. Contributed by Carol Rosegg, 2016 Now, you do have to work a bit to get that deal...