ARTS & CULTURE
Get a taste for printmaking’s infinite variety at the Flatbed complex
The Time Machine's Century of Music
Montopolis goes multimedia and transtemporal in live concert
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Review: Love Slaves of Helen Hadley Hall
Razor-sharp language and wit elevate this coming-of-age novel
by Barbara Chisholm
Quinton, Meet Hamilton
UT alum J. Quinton Johnson joins Hamilton cast tonight
by Robert Faires
The Dream Wanderer: Get in the Back of the Van!
Touring VR project reveals a series of eerie heavens on Earth
by Wayne Alan Brenner
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The Virtues of Gossip
Can theatre gossip bond the people who share it?
Robert Faires • Jan. 6 issue
Robert Faires' Top 10 (+1) Theatre Riches of 2016
Works that struck a nerve with the political state of our city and our nation stood out in this year's outstanding theatre productions
Robert Faires • Dec. 30 issue
Robert Faires' Top 10 Classical Music / Dance Treasures of 2016
The richest work in dance and classical music this year ran the gamut from a dance in a backyard pool to an opera about Cold War brainwashing
Robert Faires • Dec. 30 issue
Wayne Alan Brenner's Top 10 Arts-Related Program Activities of 2016
Uncommon combinations – dance with horses, music with robots, drama with a Tesla coil – made the year unforgettable
Wayne Alan Brenner • Dec. 30 issue
The year revealed how much courage and inspiration can be found in Austin's masters of movement
Jonelle Seitz, Dec. 30 issue
From making work to showing it, the visual art scene displayed commitments to risk, innovation, and community
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Dec. 30 issue
Joe O'Connell's top reads of 2016 reveal new depths of humanitity in their Texas characters
Joe O'Connell, Dec. 30 issue
Jesse Sublett's top reads of 2016 include a philosophical gumshoe, an irredeemable tycoon, and ill-fated whalers
Jesse Sublett, Dec. 30 issue
Jay Trachtenberg's top reads of 2016 explore a planet in crisis in Israel, rust-belt Ukraine, and the Antarctic
Jay Trachtenberg, Dec. 30 issue
Stephen Harrigan's A Friend of Mr. Lincoln gives us an ambitious, impetuous president-to-be we grow close to Stephen Harrigan's A Friend of Mr. Lincoln gives us an ambitious, impetuous president-to-be we grow close to
Robert Faires, Dec. 30 issue
The art here tells local stories but is universal in ways that are loud, strange, and reverent for uncontrolled nature
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Dec. 30 issue
The daily of record's release of Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, its only full-time arts critic, isn't getting good reviews
Seth Orion Schwaiger, Dec. 23 issue
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