robert faires 2,097 results
The British Invasion, Part One: Theatre, 1956-1996
Arts Feature, Nov. 8, 1996
Extolling an Exciting New Era of Austin Theatre
Arts Feature, Nov. 1, 1996
Arts Column, Nov. 1, 1996
UT's Performing Arts Center Spawns New Art
Arts Feature, Oct. 18, 1996
Notes from a Business 101 course taught by David Mamet: The two most important principles in any transaction are: (1) Fuck the other guy; and...
Film Review, Oct. 4, 1996
Getting Real Gospel on the Zach Scott Stage
Arts Feature, Oct. 4, 1996
After 14 Years, Capitol City Playhouse Is Evicted
Arts Feature, Sep. 20, 1996
Actor Steve McDaniel Shows His Different Sides
Arts Feature, Sep. 6, 1996
Arts Column, Aug. 30, 1996
Attention, Wallace Shawn fans: In this film, our man Wally gets to stretch somewhat as an actor, playing a salesman for a big-and-tall men's clothing...
Film Review, Aug. 23, 1996
Arts Column, Aug. 23, 1996
Arts Column, Aug. 16, 1996
A Swarm of Wily, Unruly Theatre Types Meet in the
Arts Feature, Aug. 9, 1996
The Actor Behind the Antics of Michael
Arts Feature, Aug. 2, 1996
Following the Path of Theatrical Designers
Arts Feature, Jul. 12, 1996
Writer/director Sayles squeezes lots of metaphorical juice from the idea of borders in this story filmed on the Texas side of the Rio Grande. Ostensibly a murder mystery, the story exposes many other town secrets.
Film Review, Jun. 28, 1996
Austin Actors Teach by Example at St.
Arts Feature, Jun. 28, 1996
Arts Column, Jun. 28, 1996
Arts Column, Jun. 21, 1996
Arts Column, Jun. 14, 1996
Do you recall how the world looked to you as a child? Everything was so huge. Buildings, furniture, grown-ups -- they all dwarfed you, some...
Film Review, Apr. 12, 1996
Oh, there's no people like show people! I mean, who else would hole up in a drafty old church in a tiny English village at...
Film Review, Mar. 15, 1996
He is the most audacious villain on the planet. He kills the King of England. He kills the heir to the throne, then woos his...
Film Review, Feb. 23, 1996
Arts Column, Feb. 16, 1996
Arts Feature, Feb. 9, 1996
Arts Column, Feb. 2, 1996
Arts Column, Jan. 26, 1996
This is a reprint of the Austin Chronicle review that ran in March when this film premiered in Austin at the SXSW FIlm Festival. Looking...
Film Review, Oct. 20, 1995
Mean streets. They are what you expect to see in a detective thriller, streets paved with corruption and washed in blood, streets on which a...
Film Review, Oct. 6, 1995
Remember in high school how there was one kid who had a wise-ass comment for everything and no matter how snide it was or how...
Film Review, Sep. 15, 1995
One of master director Luis Buñuel's most wry and elegant films, the tale of the beautiful young bride of a prosperous doctor who spends her...
Film Review, Sep. 1, 1995
“One friend in a lifetime is much; two are many; three are hardly possible. Friendship needs a certain parallelism of life, a community of thought,...
Film Review, Aug. 25, 1995
Re-Imagining the Production Process
Arts Feature, Aug. 11, 1995
Diverse Stories Break Through
Arts Feature, Jul. 7, 1995
Sketches of R. Crumb
Arts Feature, Jun. 30, 1995
Why Children Groove on Stories
Arts Feature, Jun. 23, 1995
Water moving, in ripples, in waves. It is the first image in this film, and from it we can feel that the story we are...
Film Review, Jun. 2, 1995
Austin Women Taking Center Stage
Arts Feature, May. 12, 1995
Who am I? Such a simple question, yet its answer is so elusive. These two films are very different -- one is a brooding tale...
Film Review, May. 5, 1995
The Power of Play Readings
Arts Feature, May. 5, 1995