Articulations

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The Austin Circle of Theaters has handed out its annual B. Iden Payne Awards, honoring outstanding achievements in local theatre from August 2002 through July 2003.

Robert Faires, Oct. 3, 2003

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Actor, writer, director, singer, and Texas State University teacher and mentor Larry Hovis has passed away.

Robert Faires, Sept. 19, 2003

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A bright design firm on the Austin theatre and film scene, Star Costume & Clothiers, falls to earth, and folk artist Brother Jeremias Mysliwiec passes away.

Robert Faires, Sept. 12, 2003

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This fall, one of the city's most active and daring improv companies is calling it quits (or quilts, as their Web site has it): well hung jury is breaking up.

Robert Faires, Sept. 5, 2003

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Months of speculation come to an end as Austin Lyric Opera appoints conductor Richard Buckley to the position of artistic director.

Robert Faires, Aug. 29, 2003

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More budgetary bloodshed in the UT College of Fine Arts, as Daniel Johnson, nationally renowned early music specialist and director the UT Early Music Ensemble for 17 years, has been cut loose from the School of Music.

Robert Faires, Aug. 22, 2003

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The Austin Circle of Theatres has released the nominations for the 2002-03 B. Iden Payne Awards.

Robert Faires, Aug. 15, 2003

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Owing to budget woes in the College of Fine Arts, the UT PAC Prop Shop is closed for business, and local choreographers and dance companies earn national awards and international gigs.

Robert Faires, Aug. 8, 2003

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After three years of leading the drive to build the Long Center for the Performing Arts, David Fleming has resigned as the center's President and CEO.

Robert Faires, Aug. 1, 2003

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Theatre critics have a place to sharpen their craft and learn about their profession, and Robert Faires reports on his stint as a teacher there.

Robert Faires, July 25, 2003

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It's the end of an era for the city of Austin's Art in Public Places Program as Martha Peters, administrator of the program for 11 of its 18 years, departs to direct a public art program in Fort Worth.

Robert Faires, July 18, 2003

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The Rude Mechs take Lipstick Traces to Europe, Austin Civic Wind Ensemble finds a new conductor, Mexic-Arte makes art for the bus station, and the city is looking for artists to mark up South Congress.

Robert Faires, July 11, 2003

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The city is hot to find "a creative, energetic, and innovative leader" to head its revamped Cultural Arts Program, now located in the city's Economic Growth and Redevelopment Office, where it will coordinate support and advocacy for Austin's performing arts, visual arts, music, film, and interactive communities.

Robert Faires, July 4, 2003

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The UT School of Music hires the Miró Quartet for its new resident string quartet, Charles Leslie succeeds Neil Barclay at the UT PAC, and Don Toner brings back those dead presidents one more time.

Robert Faires, June 27, 2003

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A trip to Minnesota, where the state Legislature recently approved major support for two theatre construction projects, inspires a new way of looking at arts funding in Texas.

Robert Faires, June 20, 2003

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This year's Austin Critics Table Awards ceremony turned into something of an endurance test, setting a new record for length at three and a half hours.

Robert Faires, June 6, 2003

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More trouble at Austin Lyric Opera as it fires seven staff members and eliminates its Young Artist Program.

Robert Faires, May 30, 2003

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A pair of dancing Hungarian sisters led to a trio of Obie Awards for sometime Austinites Katie Pearl and Lisa D'Amour and their friend and collaborator Kathy Randels.

Robert Faires, May 23, 2003

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The unexpected passing of one of Austin's most generous artists, Tré Arenz, and a teaching honor for UT School of Music professor Judith A. Jellison.

Robert Faires, May 16, 2003

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The voice of soprano and longtime UT voice teacher Martha Deatherage goes silent, and two Central Texas schools put on a show at the 2003 State UIL One-Act Play Contest.

Robert Faires, May 9, 2003

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The grand old troupe of the Austin improv comedy scene is closing its home of six years, and the Texas Commission on the Arts announces the appointments for state poet laureate, state musician, state two-dimensional artist, and state three-dimensional artist for 2003 and 2004.

Robert Faires, May 2, 2003

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Two arts institutions end their runs: the iron belly muses theatre company and the South Congress visual arts venue Gallery 1313.

Robert Faires, April 25, 2003

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Several hundred Austinites were led on a 100-minute tour of 600 years of European prints when eminent art historian Leo Steinberg came to town, and Crockett High School and Bastrop Opera House continue to chase top honors in state play competitions.

Robert Faires, April 18, 2003

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A painful week for friends of the theatre with the passing of educator and director Gil Sharp and producer, director, and actor Don Phillips, Jr.

Robert Faires, April 11, 2003

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Naughty Austin makes a new home for itself on the Eastside, and Katie Pearl and Lisa D'Amour return to the Grove on Lamar.

Robert Faires, April 4, 2003

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Twelve more friends of the arts have been named to the Austin Arts Hall of Fame, and Austin Lyric Opera loses Managing Director Michael Murphy to a performing arts organization in San Diego, from whence he came.

Robert Faires, March 28, 2003

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The stars come out at the Paramount when the Texas Medal of the Arts Awards are given, and the Bastrop Opera House shoots for a national title in the American Association of Community Theatres competition.

Robert Faires, March 21, 2003

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Esther's veteran Joel McKean passes away, and during a rare Broadway strike Austin playwright John Walch is honored by the American Theatre Critics Association.

Robert Faires, March 14, 2003

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Austin helps the Lysistrata Project become a global phenomenon, and Governor Rick Perry and Austin Mayor Gus Garcia speak out in favor of the Long Center.

Robert Faires, March 7, 2003

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Austin helps the Lysistrata Project become the Little Peace Project That Could, the Long Center says "no thanks, after all" to the $25 million in Waller Creek tunnel bond money, and Austin Shakespeare Festival launches a new reading series.

Robert Faires, Feb. 28, 2003

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