What jumps off the tempting menu of dance, chamber, voice, jazz, film, theater, multi-media and hip-hop shows slated for the next Texas Performing Arts season is an appearance by John Cameron Mitchell, co-creator of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” who brings a new word-and-song mix, “The Origin of Love: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig,” to Bass Concert Hall.

Austin, by the way, is mad for the original “Hedwig.” Zach Theatre has produced it twice, the first time with Andrew Rannells, who recently returned to town behind his new book, “Too Much Is Not Enough.”

Enough, though, about “Hedwig.” Mix-and-match ticket packages for the Essential Series at the University Texas, which does not include its Broadway in Austin shows, are on sale now. You can head to texasperformingarts.org or call 512-471-4454.

Sept. 20: “Triptych (Eyes of One on Another).”

Theatrical work based on the images of Robert Mapplethorpe.

Sept. 24: The Percussion Collective.

Players from Europe, Asia and the U.S. present multi-media “Seaborne” and more.

Sept. 27: Sean Dorsey Dance: “Boys in Trouble.”

Trailblazing transgender dance-maker Dorsey returns to the stage.

Oct. 10: Anderson and Roe Piano Duo.

Spotlights classical team Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe.

Oct. 24: Nobuntu

An all-female a cappella quintet from Zimbabwe.

Oct. 29: “Rennie Harris Funkedfied”

The pioneer of “street dance’ teaches at UT.

Nov. 8: Rahim Al Haj: “Letters from Iraq.”

The telling of war stories through music on the oud stringed instrument.

Nov. 12-15: Isabella Rossellini: “Link Link Circus.”

The actress and filmmaker presents theatrical lecture.

Jan. 17, 2020: Andrew Cyrille Quartet.

Guitar great Bill Frisell is among those joining jazz drummer Andrew Cyrille.

Jan. 29, 2020: Profeti della Quinta.

An all-male vocal ensemble focuses on the repertoire of the 16th and 17th centuries.

Jan. 31, 2020: Rolston String Quartet.

This Canadian ensemble has won armfuls of awards.

Feb. 1, 2020: Martha Redbone: “Bone Hill: The Concert.”

Singer-songwriter presents musical epic as dramatic offering.

Feb. 7, 2020: John Cameron Mitchell: “The Origin of Love: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig”

Yes, the John Cameron Mitchell.

Feb. 15, 2020: AXIS Dance Company: “Alice in Oakland.”

Contemporary dance a disability culture are combined.

Feb. 19, 2020: East Coast Chamber Orchestra.

Constituent musicians come from major American orchestras.

March 6, 2020: Marc Ribot: Live Solo Guitar Score to Charlie Chaplin’s “The Kid.”

Eclectic, electric guitarist with silent movie classic.

March 26-27, 2020: Lisa Lampanelli’s “Losin’ It!”

Subtitle: “A night of laughs and heartfelt storis about food, weight and body issues.”

April 3, 2020: MOMIX: “Viva MOMIX.”

Does anybody get tired of this innovative dance troupe?

April 8-19, 2020: Texas Theatre and Dance presents “Sense and Sensibility.”

Adapted for the stage by Joseph Hanreddy and Jr. R. Sullivan.

April 18, 2020: UT Jazz Orchestra with Dave Douglas.

Trumpeter, composer and educator Douglas joins UT group directed by Jeff Hellmer.

April 22, 2020: Bella Gaia: “Beautiful Earth.”

Live multi-media performance that includes NASA visualizations of Earth from space.