Not much time left to check out these arts events
Theater & dance
“Enfrascada.” This dark comedy by renowned playwright and screenwriter Tanya Saracho and produced by Teatro Vivo explores the magic of friendship through a group of modern-day Latinas, in particular a woman named Alicia whose life falls apart. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday through Sept. 24. $20-$25. The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican-American Cultural Center, 600 River St. teatrovivo.org.
“This Random World.” Austin Playhouse is producing this comedy by renowned playwright Steven Dietz, who takes audiences on a trip to a world where seven intersecting characters meet or don’t meet in imaginative and unexpected ways. 8 p.m Thursday-Saturday, 5 p.m. Sunday through Oct. 1. $16-$36. 6001 Airport Blvd. 512-476-0084, austinplayhouse.ticketleap.com/this-random-world/.
“Storm Still.” The Vortex presents the premiere of Gabrielle Reisman’s play about three sisters who remember their father through a game they used to play, transforming into the cast of one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies. 8:30 p.m. Thursday-Sunday through Sept. 24. $15-$35. 2307 Manor Road. 512-478-5282, vortexrep.org.
Georgetown Art Center. “Wide Open.” Artists Rebecca Bennett, Shawn Camp and Karen Maness examine vast open spaces of modern landscape in their own distinctive styles. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday through Sept. 24. 816 S. Main St., Georgetown. 512-930-2583, georgetownartcentertx.org.
Pump Project. “We Were There.” This print exhibition from photographer Sandy Carson looks at a decade of Austin concert crowds —in particular, those at local music festivals — shot from the pit, 2007-2017. Noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays or by appointment through Sept. 23. 702 Shady Lane. pumpproject.org.