The MU Theatre Department put on “Waiting for Godot” this past week, selling out all five nights in a row and letting audience members’ perspectives take over with philosophical script.
Virgie Tovar, an author and activist on body image, came from San Francisco to the MU Student Center, bringing an intersectional feminist approach to diet culture.
The local birds conservation group began its year with an event featuring bird-friendly beef and local environmentalists.
The Australian singer-songwriter’s debut is vibrant, brash and emotionally powerful.
The second “Big Muddy Art Auction” gathered local businesses, artists and community members who shared a love for art and the environment.
Chris Jones took his stage act from “America’s Got Talent” to Jesse Auditorium.
Local convention offered “the manliest event of the year.”
On International Women’s Day, “Womxn: art in all its forms” showed that the fight for female representation in art is constant.
What began as a small Austin-based festival has become the go-to launching pad for studio movie efforts that offer a first look at the season ahead.
A perfect balance between comedy and truth is struck through the breath of fresh air series that is “Pen15.”