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Rebekkah Adams grew up in Ithaca, New York with one younger brother, two artistic parents and two lovable dogs. Starting from early childhood, she has taken an interest in music, traveling and writing. She attended college at The University of Texas at Austin and graduated with a degree in Radio-Television-Film and a degree in English. She has since worked in film, advertising, PR and as a freelance writer and editor. When not writing articles, she spends her time singing, shopping and working on fiction pieces. She currently lives in Austin, TX with her husband and one dog.

Hairspray The Musical at Austin’s Beverly S. Sheffield Zilker Hillside Theatre


If there anything Texans are known for it’s big hair, and that will come to a head during this summer’s Zilker Musical Hairspray. The annual tradition will be returning this July to give Austin something to sing about every Thursday through Sunday. As always, the Zilker Summer Musical is free and open to the […]

Body Worlds Exhibit At The Texas Museum Of Science And Technology

Photo Credit: Gunther von Hagens, Institute for Plastination, Heidelberg, Germany, www.bodyworlds.com

Texas has become known for its culture, especially in recent years as the offerings of museums, art exhibits, performances and community art expand. Cedar Park’s new Texas Museum of Science and Technology has opened its doors in the old SoccerPlex building location and brings Austin the nationally known Body Worlds exhibit. This intimate entry […]

Annual House Party For Ronald McDonald House Charities Of Central Texas


The Austin community will once again join together with Friends of the House to support Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas at this year’s House Party on June 6. Friends of the House strives to give back by supporting the RMHC as a “home away from home” for families who have a child […]

Recap: Komen Austin’s Pink! Gala

Amy Mosier, this year's Ana Sierra Warrior Award (Photo Credit: Carrie Hunt)

Jennifer Stevens, co-chair of this year’s event (Photo Credit: Carrie Hunt)

For the fourth year in a row, Komen Austin brought together its supporters for a night of good food and wine and speakers who were able to tell their stories or provide further information about what’s being done in the fight against […]

Recap: Annie At Bass Concert Hall In Austin

Gilgamesh Taggett as Oliver Warbucks and Issie Swickle as Annie in "I Don't Need Anything But You" (Photo Credit: austin.broadway.com)

Since 1977, little orphan Annie has delighted audiences in the theatre and on screen, most recently in the modernized adaptation that came out last year. Now long time fans and newly introduced Annie lovers have the chance to watch the stage version. The look and feel of the show is familiar, but that does […]

Annie At Bass Concert Hall In Austin

Issie Swickle as Annie and Sunny as Sandy in "Tomorrow" (Photo Credit: austin.broadway.com)

Little orphan Annie’s coming to Austin to bring her smile and sunny disposition to Bass Concert Hall as part of the Broadway in Austin season. The original production of Annie debuted more than 35 years ago, but the simple, sweet story continues to touch everyone who watches the show. Recently, the film version of […]

Pink! An Evening To Benefit Komen Austin


Komen Austin debuted their annual gala in 2012 and have since gotten bigger and better with each year. This year, Pink! is coming to Hyatt Downtown Austin to once again raise funds to fight against breast cancer in our community. The evening will include a live auction and presentation of this year’s Pink Diamond […]

Recap: Jersey Boys At Bass Concert Hall In Austin

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In 1990, the original Four Seasons joined the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Their success came from numerous hits over the course of many years together. However, amidst all their fame, the quartet had some rocky times and eventually broke up, with two of its members continuing their partnership. Jersey Boys tells the […]

SXSW Film 2015: Review Of Krisha

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After winning both the Grand Jury Award and the Audience Award for Narrative Feature competition, Krisha showed as one of the final screenings for SXSW. Director Trey Edward Shults mentioned that the premiere did not even have a full house, but hundreds came out to see this acclaimed film in its later screenings. Krisha […]

SXSW Film 2015: Review Of Raiders!

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Raiders of the Lost Ark came out in 1981 and affected many people across the country as they fell in love with Indiana Jones. Perhaps none were influenced as much as Chris Strompolos, Eric Zala and Jayson Lamb who spent every break and summer vacation recreating the film shot for shot, with Chris in […]

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