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  • Audition for "Austin Secrets" on Saturday, February 10th or Sunday, February 11th February 4, 2018
    Austin Secrets returns to the Hideout stage for its seventh run in select Saturdays at 8pm in March and April. sign up to audition here: ** As this is an abbreviated run of 6 Saturdays, we are holding auditions for only a limited
  • Audition for "Dance Dreams" on Saturday, July 22nd. July 14, 2017
    The Hideout Mainstage for November and December 2017 is Dance Dreams, directed by Rachel Austin and Valerie Ward. Sign up to audition here: ** Inspired by media like Center Stage, Dance Academy and Mozart in the Jungle, Dance Dreams looks
  • Audition for "Death by Musical" this Sunday June 26, 2017
    Sign up now to audition for the September/October Hideout mainstage "Death by Musical" (directed by Margaret Hunsicker, musical direction by Ryan Fechter). The form is here: Sign up now to audition for the September/October Hideout mainstage Death by Musical,
  • Audition for The Kindness of Strangers this Saturday or Sunday May 9, 2017
    Sign up now to audition for the July/August Hideout mainstage The Kindness of Strangers (directed by Rob Yoho, co-directed by Kaci Beeler). The form is here: ** The auditions will be Saturday May 13th from 2-6pm, and Sunday, May 14th from
  • You have a few hours to signup to audition this Sunday for the Hideout's May/June Mainstage February 9, 2017
    *Sorry for the delay on this! But auditions for the Hideout's next big show are this Sunday, and signups close at midnight tonight!* *Signup here:* * * Sign up now to audition for the May/June Hideout mainstage How I Saved the World Over

Tonight in Austin Improv: Saturday, June 23

7:00 – Girls Girls Girls presents Broad Ambition – SOLD OUT
8:30 – Y’all We Asian presents Summer Vacation – $10
10:00 – Midnight Society presents Cult Comedy – $8
8:30 – The Megaphone Show – $10
10:00 – Hail to the Queen (drag) – $10
~ The 48-Hour Improv Marathon ~
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8:00 – ComedySportz – $8
FACT OF THE DAY: In the early years of the show, Jeopardy! contestants took home whatever they earned while playing the game. This practice ended after a 1967 episode where a contestant earned enough to buy an engagement ring, then stopped playing for the rest of the episode. According to Alex Trebek: “He did, by the way, purchase the ring, marry the girl, and remains married to her twenty-three years later.”