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EAST: Now With More!
The 2005 East Austin Studio Tour boasts 40% more design, crafts, and art

Rachel Koper, Nov. 18, 2005

UT Choral Arts Society
UT Choral Arts Society
Singing you into an English cathedral

Barry Pineo, Nov. 18, 2005

Wafflefest
Scrumptious golden improv

Wayne Alan Brenner, Nov. 18, 2005

Arts Review
'Jill Thrasher: A Studio Portrait'
The visual experience of Jill Thrasher's work in 'A Studio Portrait' offers an opportunity to explore all phases of the printmaking process

Benné Rockett, Nov. 18, 2005

Austin Cabaret Theatre
Austin Cabaret Theatre
Home on the hill

Robert Faires, Nov. 18, 2005

Arts Review
'Nude Works 13'
What draws the eye into Neil Coleman's images of female nudes is the comfort of the models with their own bodies and their connection to the photographer

Benné Rockett, Nov. 18, 2005

Arts Review
Macbeth
Intense is an apt word for describing Shakespeare's bloody Macbeth, but intense moments in the UT Department of Theatre & Dance's new revival are few and far between

Barry Pineo, Nov. 18, 2005

Culture Flash!
Whole Foods is about to get more arts-friendly, Austin moves closer to Puerto Rico, Shear Madness has a new detective running the show, and art at the new fire station really rocks.

Robert Faires, Nov. 18, 2005

Arts Review
Movin' Out
In this national tour of 'Movin' Out,' Twyla Tharp's choreographic power gleamed like the chrome of a streamline fin on a convertible

Ann Ciccolella, Nov. 11, 2005

Theatre: Classic Comeback
Theatre: Classic Comeback
Throughout November, Austinites have the chance to see four plays that have stood the test of time: 'Hamlet,' 'Macbeth,' 'The Way of the World,' and 'The Playboy of the Western World'

Barry Pineo, Nov. 11, 2005

Culture Flash
Calling all Eastside artists, here come the Russians, visual artists talk residency programs, and Steven Dietz comes to UT

Robert Faires, Nov. 11, 2005

Arthouse Texas Prize: Big Winner Eileen Maxson!
Arthouse Texas Prize: Big Winner Eileen Maxson!
A glittering crowd gathered in the Driskill Hotel on Friday, Nov. 4, to watch Eileen Maxson of Houston take home the first Arthouse Texas Prize

Rachel Koper, Nov. 11, 2005

Boyd Vance: Sweet Remembrance
Boyd Vance: Sweet Remembrance
On Oct. 27, the City Council sweetened some of the bitterness of Boyd Vance's passing this year by naming the new theatre at the Carver Museum and Cultural Center after him

Robert Faires, Nov. 11, 2005

Arts Review
The Marriage of Miss Hollywood and King Neptune
Robert Schenkkan's 'The Marriage of Miss Hollywood and King Neptune' eases us back into that long-ago world of screwball comedy and serves up some new fun

Robert Faires, Nov. 11, 2005

Arts Review
Up in the Old Hotel
The delights of Refraction Arts Project's 'Up in the Old Hotel' are many, but the creators seem to assume that you already know a lot about 'New Yorker' writer Joseph Mitchell

Barry Pineo, Nov. 11, 2005

Waterfalls and Sea Changes
Waterfalls and Sea Changes
The former and current artistic directors of Austin Script Works discuss new plays, local theatre, and the writer's voice

Dan Dietz, Nov. 11, 2005

Ben McKenzie on Uncle Robert
Ben McKenzie on Uncle Robert

Kate X Messer, Nov. 4, 2005

My Favorite Year
My Favorite Year
In an extraordinary season of four premieres, UT alum Robert Schenkkan brings his old school a new screwball comedy

Robert Faires, Nov. 4, 2005

Ansel Adams: Revelations
Ansel Adams: Revelations
The Ransom Center exhibition 'Ansel Adams: A Legacy' lets you experience the works of the best-known of American photographers as art rather than commerce

Barry Pineo, Nov. 4, 2005

Arts Review
'Erotica 2005'
If some of the works included in Gallery Lombardi's 'Erotica 2005' dip into the realm of juvenile bad taste, they also reveal that sex is of compelling interest to humans

Nov. 4, 2005

Art From the Streets: Off the Streets and on Your Walls
Art From the Streets: Off the Streets and on Your Walls
Art helps, and the annual Art From the Streets Show and Sale helps artists who are homeless sell the work they've created and help themselves

Robert Faires, Nov. 4, 2005

From the Source

Nov. 4, 2005

Arts Review
Americamisfit
Discovering why a rockabilly singer is in the middle of a play about mass-murdering brothers in the American Revolution is one of many delights in Dan Dietz's genius play 'Americamisfit'

Barry Pineo, Nov. 4, 2005

Culture Flash!
The Blanton unloads some prints, 'Keepin' It Weird' gets the eye from CBS, and Zach's Little Elf ain't so little anymore

Robert Faires, Nov. 4, 2005

Arts Review
Chopper
Leah Ryan's 'Chopper' has the quirky characters and bizarre humor of many Hyde Park Theatre productions, but sympathizing with its disconnected characters is difficult

Barry Pineo, Nov. 4, 2005

Written by ...

Nov. 4, 2005

State Theater Company: Kanoff Terminated
Just two weeks into what was to be his sixth season with the State Theater Company, Scott Kanoff was booted from his job as producing artistic director

Robert Faires, Oct. 28, 2005

Culture Flash!
A national economist discusses the role of the arts in regional vitality, the LBJ celebrates the NEA at 40, Miami City Ballet cancels a show, and the Blanton Museum delays its grand opening

Robert Faires, Oct. 28, 2005

Arts Review
Keepin' It Weird
In Zach's original production 'Keepin' It Weird,' Dave Steakley displays examples of Austin weirdness as lovable freaks in self-referential spectacle

Heather Barfield Cole, Oct. 28, 2005

Vampyress
October is a fitting time for the Vortex to premiere Chad Salvata's opera 'Vampyress,' about a ghoulish countess who killed 600 women so she could bathe in their blood

Robert Faires, Oct. 28, 2005

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