Weird Sister, Rae Petersen’s one-woman performance of Crazy Bette was awarded the coveted “Best of the Best” slot in the Austin’s 2011 Frontera Fest.

A clip her the performance can be seen in this video.


Carnival ah!A divine collaboration spearheaded by Rae Petersen, The Weird Sisters join forces with the Paradox Players at ACC’s Carnival ah! The 2010 theme is Process, Protest, Progress!

Come visit our table from 10am til 2pm on Wednesday April 21st, 2010 in the carnival tents at ACC Rio Grande Campus

Tuesday, April 20th – Thursday April 22nd: ACC’s artists and academics get out of the classroom and onto the grounds of the ACC Rio Grande Campus! Dancers, writers, actors, musicians, philosophers, sculptors, painters, and Earth Day worshippers, offer a multitude of voices, performances, discussions, interactive art installations, master classes, and creative encounters for visitors to partake in or just plain ole watch! A Few Highlights include:

  • The ACC Student Art Sale
  • Sunset Student Dance Performance Series
  • “Deafia,” a musical exploring deaf culture in a hearing society
  • Larry D. Thomas, 2008 Poet Laureate of Texas
  • Earth Day Interactive Art Installation and Dance Celebration
  • Creative Writing Performances
  • Explorations of Aristophanes and Machiavelli
  • Stage Movement with Austin Jugglers
  • Moby Dick: The Rock Opera
  • LIVE Action Painting Demonstration
  • Foreign Languages Variety Show
  • Austin Taiko Drummers

The mission of ah! is to inspire, encourage, and support existing and new academic and artistic collaboration among the seven individual departments of the Arts and Humanities Division (Art, Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, English for Speakers of Other Languages, Foreign Languages, Philosophy, Humanities & Religion), and with other creative departments in the college and the Austin Community.

Join us at ACC Rio Grande Campus for free live Music, Theatre, Art, Dance, Film, Discourse…and fun! Sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Division.