Most people shamefully hide childhood diaries behind mounds of dust bunnies under their beds. But speakers of Mortifed Austin’s show prefer to relive their embarrassing moments by retelling them aloud to a crowd of strangers.
Although the employees of Austin’s Parks and Recreation Department’s Urban Forestry Division aren’t classically trained in dance, they’re the stars of Forklift Danceworks’ latest production, “The Trees of Govalle.”
Whether you’re looking for a close-to-campus Easter service or one located at a historical Austin park and museum, these different locations and ministries offer a variety of options to mix up the holiday.
“Drawing and Painting the Human Head,” “Instant Piano For Busy People” and “Solo Travel With Confidence” are just three of the courses Austin residents can take through the UT Informal Classes program.