And You Were There, and You Were There, and –

Who are these Austinites who "account for close to half of those invited," who've been accepted for residencies at Rubber Repertory's Pilot Balloon Church-House sometime between now and the end of July 2014? Who will be creatively representing the ATX in this Kansas-based endeavor, at least by geographic association if not with some deeper connection within their Lone Star heart of hearts? This is who:

Karen Alvarado performer, director

Heather Barfield theatre artist

Ron Berry artistic director

Jay Byrd theatre artist

Dany Casey dancer, choreographer

David Cole filmmaker, visual artist

Michelle Dahlenburg performer, oral historian

Mo Daviau playwright

Will Davis theatre artist

Adrienne Dawes playwright, performer

Errin Delperdang dancer, choreographer

Elizabeth Doss theatre artist

Amie Elyn multidisciplinary artist

Crystal Franz director

David Fruchter writer, monologist, radio artist

Holli Gipson playwright

Derek Kolluri theatre artist

Lisa Laratta theatre artist

Jenny Larson theatre artist

Jenny Lavery theatre artist

Anna McConnell theatre artist

Johnny Meyer playwright, performer

Christi Moore director, producer

Meghan Morongova photographer, theatre artist

Olivia Pepper multidisciplinary artist

Katie Rose Pipkin visual artist

Arthur Simone abstract artist, actor

Aron Taylor visual & performance artist

Zeb West theatre artist

Katherine Wilkinson theatre artist

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