Sections Arts

8401-8430 of 8,581 entries
Gilbert & Sullivan Convention Schedule

Dec. 1, 1995

What a Tangled WWWeb

Dec. 1, 1995

Rhapsodizing,

Dec. 1, 1995

Earthen Works at the Austin Museum of Art Revolution in Clay

Nov. 24, 1995

Arts Recommended: 57th Annual Art Faculty Exhibit: Huntington Art Gallery

Nov. 24, 1995

Dance Visionary Charles Santos Heads to NYC Life Cycles

Nov. 24, 1995

Art of the State

Nov. 24, 1995

Articulations
African Playwright Visits

Nov. 24, 1995

Useful numbers

Nov. 17, 1995

T. J. Gaudette

Nov. 17, 1995

Austin's Classical Music Preview 'Tis the Season
I've written about the

Nov. 17, 1995

The Taming of the Shrew

Nov. 17, 1995

The 1995 Harvest

Nov. 17, 1995

Austin Theatres Harvest New Dramas Bumper Crop of Plays

Nov. 17, 1995

Ancient Impulse

Nov. 17, 1995

Local Palette

Nov. 10, 1995

Articulations
Bogosian Hits Talk Radio

Nov. 10, 1995

Out of Many, One
Deborah Hay in a Large Group and Alone

Nov. 10, 1995

The Challenge of Figaro
Tackling an Operatic Everest

Nov. 3, 1995

Local Palette

Nov. 3, 1995

Articulations
RIP Troupe Texas

Nov. 3, 1995

Say Anything
Eric Bogosian Comes Clean

Nov. 3, 1995

Into the "Not Done"
The Dances of Jean Fogel Zee

Oct. 27, 1995

Articulations
Obligatory Intro

Oct. 27, 1995

Local Palette

Oct. 27, 1995

Post Scripts

Oct. 20, 1995

Doing the Bret Thing
On the Town with Bret Easton Ellis

Oct. 20, 1995

An Amarillo State of Mind
The Plutonium Circus Comes to Town

Oct. 20, 1995

Dixie City Delights
Jambalaya, Crawfish Pie, Filé Gumbo

Oct. 20, 1995

The Annual Haunted House Guide Speak No Evil -- Live It!

Oct. 20, 1995

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