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  • Austin Secrets workshops/auditions on Jan. 3rd and 10th December 29, 2015
    Austin Secrets returns to the Hideout stage for its sixth run in March and April. Saturdays at 8pm. The show is inspired by the PostSecret project, and is a mix of dramatic and comedic improv. For a good overview of the show, read the Austin Chronicle review from 2011: http://www.austinchronic
  • Hardish Bodies at The Institution Theater, Auditions this Sunday! November 25, 2015
    Hardish Bodies, directed by Mike Carreon and Jayme Ramsay MEN - Do you break into a sensual dance while doing everyday activities? Do ladies throw dollar bills in the air while in your presence? Have you lathered up your friends with oil…just because? THEN WE HAVE A SHOW FOR YOU!!! LADIES -
  • Savage Swords, the Jan/Feb Hideout Mainstage, is having auditions this Sunday November 3, 2015
    Sign up now to audition for the January/February Hideout mainstage SAVAGE SWORDS! (Directed by Marc Majcher, assistant directed by Ryan Hill.) The audition will be Sunday, November 8th, from 4-7pm. Shows will be Saturdays at 8pm in January and February with possible
  • Tall Tales of the High Seas Audition on November 21st October 22, 2015 This is the audition sign-up for Tall Tales of the High Seas, an improvised show about pirate adventures. It will feature two pirate captains squaring off in a story-telling duel. There will be
  • Auditions for Control Issues! September 30, 2015
    Executive Summary: On October 11th from 7pm to 10pm, the Hideout is holding auditions for Control Issues, their monthly choose-your-own-adventure show. To apply for an audition slot, submit the form at <

Tonight in Austin Improv: Wednesday, February 10

8:30 – Loverboy presents Date Night (variety) – $5
10:00 – CageMatch – $5
7:00 – Wednesday Improv Jam – $Free
8:00 – Opposites – $5
9:30 – Good Fight – $Free
FACT OF THE DAY: For eight months between 1783 and 1784, the Laki fissure in southern Iceland emitted clouds of hydrofluoric acid and sulfur dioxide which killed over 50% of the island’s livestock and led to a famine that killed 25% of the population. The eruption also disrupted crops around the Northern Hemisphere and may have led to the death of as many as six million people worldwide.