1. “Immortal Longings” at Zach Theatre
7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through July 14. $30-$189. 202 S. Lamar Blvd. zachtheatre.org
It’s the world premiere of the newest work by Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally, who in “Immortal Longings” explores the rich history of the great Russian impresario Sergei Pavlovich Diaghilev and his legendary Ballets Russes. The ballet company introduced the world to such revolutionary artists as Nijinsky, Stravinsky and Picasso, but it is the tempestuous relationship of Diaghilev and superstar dancer Vaslav Nijinsky in particular that “Immortal Longings,” staged magnificently by Zach Theatre, highlights.
2. Austin Refugee Day Festival
11 a.m. June 23. Free. Zilker Park, 2100 Barton Springs Road. atxrefugeedayfestival.com
This fun day at one of the city's most well-known parks is intended to highlight the strength of refugee families in Austin. There will be an inflatable bounce house, carnival games with prizes, face-painting and other kid-friendly activities. Educational booths will be set up for attendees, and soccer clinics for both children and adults will be available through the Austin Soccer Foundation. Try global foods for lunch, dishes that include authentic Syrian, Afghani, Burmese, Congolese and Iraqi food.
3. Magical Mondays at the Tavern
7 pm. June 24. $30-$35. 922 W. 12th St. tavernaustin.com/upcoming-events/magical-monday/june-24
The show full of tricks paired with Tavern treats returns with acts from Austin's best sleight-of-hand magicians. Rolando Medina and headliner Nick Lewin perform at this Magical Monday installment, the city's only intimate magic show, that will also feature a touch of music and comedy from Little Jewford. Multi-screen video will enhance the two-hour experience from all angles. And as a member of the audience, you just might be involved in the proceedings.
4. Defining Women Dinner at Olamaie
5 to 10 p.m. June 25. $65. 1610 San Antonio St. facebook.com/events/663718580799590
The first in Olamaie's Defining Women: Celebrating the Women of Southern Food dinner series will highlight this year's winner of the James Beard Award for Outstanding Chef, Ashley Christensen. This four-course feast also features produce from Boggy Creek Farm and cocktails with Still Austin Whiskey Co. spirits. The beverage pairings are included in the cost. (In celebration of Negroni Week, drink pairings will be variations of the classic.)
5. Los Coast at Antone’s
8 p.m. June 27. $12-$15. 305 E. Fifth St. antonesnightclub.com
The debut album from this youthful five-piece outfit led by singer Trey Privott and guitarist/keyboardist John Courtney is up there with the new Black Pumas record among significant eclectic funk-soul-based sounds coming out of Austin. Los Coast's new record, “Samsara,” draws on jazz, blues, folk, pop, hip-hop, indie rock and more; like most of Austin's best bands across the decades, they’re more interested in breaking down genre boundaries than adhering to them. Kalu & the Electric Joint open. — Peter Blackstock
6. Suffrage Centennial: Texas Women and the Right to Vote
7 to 9 p.m. June 28. Free. The Bullock Museum, 1800 Congress Ave. thestoryoftexas.com
Commemorate the centennial of Texas' ratification of the 19th amendment. This evening event coincides with the opening of an exhibition in the museum gallery exploring the history of women's suffrage. At the event, a panel of historians will explore the movement leading up to women's suffrage, provide some historical context for this era of Texas history and highlight issues that have continuing relevance today. Come early for a reception with light bites and a cash bar.
7. 8th Annual Pink Mahal Rosé Festival at Whip In
2 to 6 p.m. June 29. $25. 1950 S. Interstate 35 Frontage Road. eventbrite.com/e/8th-annual-pink-mahal-rose-festival-tickets-63152792703
Whip In doesn't just have a stellar beer selection — the wine is top-notch, too. In celebration of rosé season, the South Austin bottle shop and gastropub will bring back its annual Pink Mahal with more than 100 rosés that you can taste your way through. (Tickets also include five pours of whichever wines you like.) Plus, the afternoon event will offer buffet-style appetizers and live music.