What to do in Waco this week: 9/25 – 9/28

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By Kristina Valdez | A&L Editor

Monday, Sept. 25

Independent Movie Monday at Waco Hippodrome

Location: Waco Hippodrome | Cost: Free | Time: 7 p.m.

Waco Hippodrome will be showing “Teach Us All,” a documentary about educational inequality based off the violent resistance during the desegregation of a school in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957. The documentary is a social justice campaign that looks at today’s movement for educational equality.

Tuesday, Sept. 26

Baylor Symphony Orchestra Concert

Location: Jones Concert Hall | Cost: Free |Time: 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Under the waving baton of Stephen Heyde, director of orchestral activities and conductor-in-residence, 95 members of the symphony orchestra will perform a concert free of charge and open to the public. Listen for arrangements of Brahms, Beethoven and Stravinsky.

Live Music at Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits

Location: Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits | Cost: Free | Time: 8 p.m.

Airpark, a new wave pop band, will be giving a free show at Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits. Michael Ford, Jr. and Ben Ford joined together in 2016 to create music using minimal instrumentation. Airpark will be performing their most recent album, “Early Works, Volume 2,” that was released Sept. 15.

Wednesday, Sept. 27

Opening night for “Crazy for You”

Location: Jones Concert Hall | Cost: $17 with Baylor ID | Time: 7:30 p.m.

Adapted from the Gershwin musical comedy, “Girl Crazy,” the show will pack tap-dancing numbers and comedic takes in several scenes while the main character attempts to save the town and win the girl. This theatre performance will be a reoccurring event until Oct. 1.

Thursday, Sept. 28

Meet internationally acclaimed artists

Location: Roxy Grove Hall | Cost: Free | Time: 7 p.m.

Internationally acclaimed artists Doug and Mike Starn have been invited by the Allbritton Art Institute to hold an artist conversation with art critic Jason Kaufman. Listen for how the Starns started their career and about the lives they lead in between brush strokes. A free reception will follow.