The Summer Show: Failure (August 5th, 2015)


The Spring Show: Philosophy (May 6th, 2015)

Dionysius Spring 2015 Science Show

The Winter Show: Science (February 4th, 2015)

The Winter Science show will be our first quarterly show.

The Winter Science show will be our first quarterly show.


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A debate, “Resolved: That we should defund space exploration to pay for undersea exploration,”  between Hal Fulton and Lewis Weil. Lectures by Michael Roberts, Dr. Rachael Livermore, Dr. Jeffrey Silverman, L.B. Deyo and Mary Helen Specht. Topics include astronomy, complexity, snowflakes and the science of scale. Be there.

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014: The Math Show



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In other news: The November show will be our last monthly show. The Dionysium is going seasonal with four shows per year, starting with our science show in February of 2015.

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014: The Jimi Hendrix show


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Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014: The Dionysium Power Show



August 6th, 2014: The Ninja show





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July 2nd, 2014: The 10th Anniversary Show





The Dionysium proudly celebrates ten years of debates, lectures, theatrical presentations, and strong drink.

June 2014 – The Antihero


May 2014 – Austin


December 2011 – Comic Books

Wednesday, December 7th at 7:00 p.m. at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

  • Lecture: “My life as a failed cartoonist” by Scott Nybakken
  • Original Music by P. Kellach Waddle: Death (Sandman’s Sister)
  • The Debate: Faires vs. Brenner on Resolved: That Marvel is better than D.C
  • The debut and release of Minerva’s Wreck Three
  • Sarge’s Mail Bag: A Selection of Comic Book Letters To The Editor
  • Lecture: “50 years of comics in Ten Books” by Graham Reynolds
  • A Preview: The Intergalactic Nemesis

January 2012 – Science

Wednesday, January 4th, 7:00 p.m.

The Dionysium proudly presents its Science Show.

The Program

A brief history of action
A lecture by Dr. Carl Feierabend

Richard Feynman’s “Cargo Cult Science”
A reading by Jason Liebrecht

Resolved: That God does not play dice
Debating for the affirmative: Dr. Todd Krause
Debating for the negative: Dr. Eamonn F. Healey

Feynman: A new comic biography
A book review by L.B. Deyo

A cartoon
Presented by Lance “Fever” Myers

As always, drinks after the show at The Gibson.

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