We’re still holding our breath, knocking on a forest full of wood and sacrificing chicken-shaped tofu to Dionysius, but it looks like in-person, inside-an-actual-theater, theater will finally take the stage this fall.
“These pitiful souls being tossed to and fro in the waves among you, their stories are mine as well,” decrees the magician Prospera in the Open Dance Project’s All the Devils are Here: A Tempest in the Galapagos.
The pandemic may have forced the cancellation of this year’s Fusebox Festival, one of the nation’s largest annual interdisciplinary performing arts festivals, but the Austin organization continues to present and nurture artists.
For those hoping to experience art beyond sedate viewing, San Antonio’s McNay Art Museum brings Texas an exhibition that defies boundaries with Limitless! Five Women Reshape Contemporary Art, (on view through Sept. 19)