Articulations

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Comedy venues the Velveeta Room and Capital City Comedy Club get new leases on life, solo theatre artist Rob Nash gets roasted, and Dreamgirl Jennifer Holliday comes to Austin.

Robert Faires, Feb. 21, 2003

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Long Center supporters do a funding turnaround by asking the city for $25 million in bond money, another bunch of Lone Stars are being honored by the Texas Cultural Trust Council with Texas Medal of the Arts Awards, and John Walch wins an award from the American Theatre Critics Association.

Robert Faires, Feb. 14, 2003

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Long Center supporters do a funding turnaround by asking the city for $25 million in bond money, and Austin Musical Theatre finds new life as Broadway Texas.

Robert Faires, Feb. 7, 2003

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Local theatre artists join a planetwide call for peace with the Lysistrata Project, the UT PAC's associate director leaves for Pittsburgh, and the Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Cultural Center gets a room of its own.

Robert Faires, Jan. 31, 2003

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The final exit for actress Patsy Goldwater, a home run for playwright Dan Dietz, a fair for your inner Frankenstein, and a training ground for aspiring critics

Robert Faires, Jan. 24, 2003

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A family of Austin artists facing deportation stays a little longer, and Zachary Scott Theatre Center postpones its Parade.

Robert Faires, Jan. 17, 2003

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A family of Austin artists faces deportation, playwright Cyndi Williams gets some recognition in Big D, and Arts Center Stage both gives and gets.

Robert Faires, Jan. 10, 2003

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Ridiculous Theatre Company's Everett Quinton comes to Austin to do a "twisted" version of Oliver! for Zach, Ballet Austin gets in touch with New York, and honors for painter Michael Ray Charles and Austin Babtist Women.

Robert Faires, Jan. 3, 2003

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The National Endowment for the Arts played Santa Claus last week, dropping federal funding in the stockings of arts organizations, and even went so far as "comin' to town" to do it, announcing $26 million in grants, including $287,000 to 14 local artists and arts organizations, from here in Austin.

Robert Faires, Dec. 27, 2002

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The consultants hired by the city to evaluate its arts funding process have submitted a report to the City Council, legendary comedy club the Velveeta Room has been replaced by Funnies, and Rob Nash brings season's greetings to Austin before an Off-Broadway run.

Robert Faires, Dec. 20, 2002

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If you're still looking for the perfect gift for that arts lover on your shopping list, you have until Dec. 18 to get a 2002 Porsche 911 Twin Turbo Carrera for a mere $100, courtesy of Arts Center Stage's raffle to raise funds for the Long Center.

Robert Faires, Dec. 13, 2002

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A scorecard of changes in the January arts calendar owing to, um, difficulties in the economy, as well as scheduling conflicts and new bookings.

Robert Faires, Dec. 6, 2002

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Austin Script Works has a changing of the bard, Austin officially becomes a capital of culture, and the Texas Fine Arts Association is renamed Arthouse.

Robert Faires, Nov. 29, 2002

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Austin Musical Theatre survives, the Center for American Music is born at UT, and the Texas Fine Arts Association is renamed Arthouse.

Robert Faires, Nov. 22, 2002

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The threat to Austin Musical Theatre and the passing of Austin storyteller and artist Helen Handley

Robert Faires, Nov. 15, 2002

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The passing of Texas regionalist pioneer painter Everett Spruce

Robert Faires, Oct. 25, 2002

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Ballet Austin buys itself a new home downtown, and Shakespeare at Winedale founder James Ayres receives UT's prestigious Civitatis Award.

Robert Faires, Oct. 18, 2002

Articulations
A weekly rundown of the latest news in Austin's visual and performing arts scene

Robert Faires, Oct. 11, 2002

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The winners are in for the 28th annual B. Iden Payne Awards, honoring outstanding achievements in Austin theatre from August 2001 through July 2002.

Robert Faires, Oct. 4, 2002

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Actor, writer, choreographer, and Troupe Texas company member Sarah Ing has passed away at the age of 29.

Robert Faires, Sept. 20, 2002

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Public arts funding doesn't get much messier than the City of Austin's Cultural Contracts Program, but this year's process may go down in history as the messiest yet.

Robert Faires, Sept. 13, 2002

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The Austin Museum of Art's downtown home gets a shot in the arm, and local television devotes more attention to Austin's arts scene.

Robert Faires, Sept. 6, 2002

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The Dallas-based Meadows Foundation proves to be a true friend to the Austin arts in hard times with three special grants to Austin Lyric Opera, Zachary Scott Theatre Center, and Mexic-Arte Museum.

Robert Faires, Aug. 30, 2002

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Texas Folklife Resources gets a new executive director, and the Texas Commission for the Arts honors five outstanding Texas artists, arts administrators, and organizations.

Robert Faires, Aug. 23, 2002

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The Texas Commission for the Arts gets a new executive director, the Blanton Museum of Art gets a new curator for its collection of Latin American art, and Toronto's Harbourfront Festival gets an Austin dance company.

Robert Faires, Aug. 9, 2002

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The Texas Commission for the Arts gives Austinites a chance to see the state's best artists for free, and praise from the out-of-town press for local playwrights Cyndi Williams and Joe Sears and Jaston Williams

Robert Faires, Aug. 2, 2002

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UT-Austin's Blanton Museum of Art acquires one of the most comprehensive collections of prints ever assembled by a private individual: the Leo Steinberg Collection of 3,200 prints from the 15th through the 20th centuries.

Robert Faires, July 26, 2002

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The stage musical version of The Lion King finally lands in Texas, and even four years into its Broadway run, the show still truly creates a world of wonders.

Robert Faires, July 19, 2002

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A Northern California theatre director is combing through the massive Tennessee Williams archive in UT's Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center for another as-of-yet unstaged drama by the great playwright that he can bring into the spotlight á la Spring Storm.

Robert Faires, July 12, 2002

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The former bakery turned arts center on Tillery gets another tenant, Austin Musical Theatre gets an executive director, and Zachary Scott Theatre Center alums get plum acting gigs on opposite coasts.

Robert Faires, July 5, 2002

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