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From Pi Day to UT theater, these are fun midweek events

Arianna Auber
The Brewtorium hosts Drag Queen Loteria for a good cause this week. [Nick Wagner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN]

Theater & dance

"Flora Circular." Produced by University of Texas New Theatre, "Flora Circular" is a darkly comic family drama that spans from Amherst to Istanbul and back in search of a cure for the past. When Flo has a psychotic break in her first year at college, her itinerant Uncle Ira shows up believing he has the cure for her illness. Ten months later, Flo is hiding out in her mom’s shed while she rethinks life with a new diagnosis. 7:30 p.m. March 12-15, 26 and 30; 2 p.m. March 16 and 31. $15-$26. Oscar G. Brockett Theatre, 300 E. 23rd St.


"No Me Olvides (Do Not Forget Me)" at Big Medium. The new Big Medium exhibit presents stories told by eight local established Latino artists, including Fidencio Duran and Alejandra Almuelle. Through art, music, poetry and food, these stories build a narrative of happiness, melancholy, sadness and hope. Curated by artist and poet Fernando Muñoz, “No Me Olvides” examines issues of migration, displacement, family, memories and the importance of belonging. Noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday through March 30. 916 Springdale Road, Building 2, No. 101.

Coming up

Drag Queen Loteria: Benefit for Hill County Ride for AIDS. Head to the Brewtorium Brewery & Kitchen for fast-paced rounds of Drag Queen Loteria (essentially, bingo with pictures) and drag performances. The night benefits nine Austin-area HIV and AIDS service organizations that will take part in the Hill Country Ride for AIDS. Drag performers Mandy Quinn and Noodles will host this sure-to-be-fabulous event. You will receive three raffle tickets if you pay $5 to play. 7 to 9:30 p.m. March 13. 6015 Dillard Circle.

The Down Under Australian Wine Dinner. Foxhole Culinary Tavern hosts a four-course dinner featuring some delicious "bush tucker," or Australian-inspired food, and Australian wine. Special guest speaker Katie Gillet will be present on behalf of the showcased vineyards. Courses include shrimp on the barbie with Jansz Brut Rosé. Call 512-386-1354 to make reservations. 7 p.m. March 13. $80. 13995 N. U.S. 183.

Pi Day Party at Little Woodrow's. Four of Austin's Little Woodrow's locations are celebrating National Pi Day with pizza from Brooklyn Pizza and beer from Circle Brewing. The main activity at each one is a pizza-eating contest with four three-person teams. Each team member must take their one chance to eat as much of a 30-inch pie as possible before handing it off to their other teammates. Pi is a mathematical constant approximately equal to 3.14159. 7 p.m. March 14. Free. 9500 S. Interstate 35, 6301 Parmer Lane, 5425 Burnet Road and 12601 Tech Ridge Blvd.

"Catch Me If You Can" at Georgetown Palace Theatre. Based on the hit film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, this big, bright spectacle relates the high-flying adventures of con artist Frank Abagnale Jr. as he follows his dreams while running from the FBI. Frank’s escapades promise a night of high-energy dance numbers in this musical comedy. 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday through April 7. $15-$32. 810 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown.