Articulations

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Articulations
People and organizations on the move: KMFA and the Austin Circle of Theatres look for new homes, and Austin Theatre Alliance CEO Dan Fallon and KMFA Director of Broadcast Operations Randy Harriman leave their respective companies.

Robert Faires, June 28, 2002

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The photography gallery Lake Austin Fine Arts closes its doors, and local playwrights Dan Dietz and C. Denby Swanson see new productions of their work.

Robert Faires, June 21, 2002

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The Austin theatre festival MoMFest goes away, the Austin Arts Commission welcomes Sue Graze to its membership, and a couple of Austin theatre types show up on TV.

Robert Faires, June 14, 2002

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Austin loses a longtime artist, Mickey Joe Mayfield, and Vortex Repertory Company gains a managing director, Barry Pineo.

Robert Faires, May 31, 2002

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The Blanton Museum of Art gets a cool million for its new building, Austin Museum of Art gets a new director of development to raise money for its new building, and a whole lotta Austin Artists get nominations for the 2001-02 Critics Table Awards.

Robert Faires, May 24, 2002

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The Long Center for the Performing Arts is delayed until 2005, and MS / Nerve Dance Company and Jason Phelps hold a very personal benefit.

Robert Faires, May 17, 2002

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A grand operatic production of Turnadot by the Chinese National Opera has been canceled, playwright C. Denby Swanson receives a McKnight Advancement Grant, Davy Crockett gets caught in the Web, and Peter Pan receives his own Amy's Ice Cream flavor.

Robert Faires, May 10, 2002

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Seven Austin arts organizations receive outreach grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, playwright C. Denby Swanson receives a McKnight Advancement Grant, and Peter Pan receives his own Amy's Ice Cream flavor.

Robert Faires, May 3, 2002

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The renovation of Laguna Gloria is a go, Charo is not, and Flaming Idiot Rob Williams whips up one of his bologna specials for Katie Couric.

Robert Faires, April 26, 2002

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Sad songs for local choral companies -- Austin ProChorus ends its song and Chorus Austin lets go its executive director -- but a sweet tune for Arts Center Stage: a million-dollar donation from Southwestern Bell.

Robert Faires, April 19, 2002

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Austin Lyric Opera hires a new managing director, Horton Foote's The Carpetbagger's Children is named best new play by America's theatre critics, and half-price tickets are back at BookPeople.

Robert Faires, April 12, 2002

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Photojournalist David Douglas Duncan returns to Austin to inaugurate a new lecture series named in his honor, homegrown musical Jouét touches down in the pages of Show Music magazine, and Gerard Lebeda lands a European tour of Evita.

Robert Faires, April 5, 2002

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The folks in Tuna offer support to Austin Musical Theatre students, Austin's Santa finds his Mrs. Claus, and the city seeks Art in Public Places panelists.

Robert Faires, March 29, 2002

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The passing of celebrated actress Irene Worth touches Central Texas, Austin Cabaret Theatre lights its birthday cake with Charo, and Hedwig bumps bee at Zach.

Robert Faires, March 22, 2002

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The UT symposium "From Text to Performance: Law and Other Performing Arts" proved to be a stimulating blend of scholarly thought, intellectual inquiry, thoughtful performance, amicable conversation, fiery debate, and amusing anecdotes.

Robert Faires, March 15, 2002

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Despite the economic downturn, Arts Center Stage is moving forward in its campaign to build the Long Center for the Performing Arts, and two of Austin's gay playwrights have cause to be happy.

Robert Faires, March 8, 2002

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After seven months as the Austin Museum of Art's interim executive director, Dana Friis-Hansen has been named the permanent successor to Elizabeth Ferrer as AMOA's executive director.

Robert Faires, March 1, 2002

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Ships coming in for Scott Thompson and Richard Byron, who get to stage Dames at Sea at the Goodspeed Opera House, and for Lynn C. Miller and Laura Furman, who will have their play Passenger on the Ship of Fools performed by legendary actress Irene Worth.

Robert Faires, Feb. 22, 2002

Articulations
The Austin Arts Commission defuses a community controversy by restarting the process of selecting public art for the soon-to-be-expanded George Washington Carver Museum and Library.

Robert Faires, Feb. 15, 2002

Articulations
Pat Jasper gets a Valentine's tribute for her years at Texas Folklife Resources, and playwrights John Walch and Paullette MacDougal enjoy a couple of out of town openings.

Robert Faires, Feb. 8, 2002

Articulations
Salvage Vanguard Theater loses Dan Dietz as co-Artistic Director, the National Endowments for the Arts loses its new director, and the Rude Mechanicals sell out their Mid-America tour of Lipstick Traces.

Robert Faires, Feb. 1, 2002

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

Robert Faires, Jan. 25, 2002

Articulations
UT-Austin Professor of Cello Phyllis Young is honored with a lifetime achievement award, and visionary director Anne Bogart comes to town to teach a master class.

Robert Faires, Jan. 18, 2002

Articulations
Ballet Austin's presentation of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC enjoyed sell-out crowds, enthusiastic responses, and a glowing review in the Washington Post.

Robert Faires, Jan. 11, 2002

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The first weeks of 2002 show that Austin artists are still busy taking their art to other parts of the country, and Physical Plant Theater needs your leaves.

Robert Faires, Jan. 4, 2002

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The "first lady of Austin theatre" -- actress and educator Nan Cameron Elkins, whose credits included more than 300 Austin theatre productions and teaching speech and stage skills to thousands of Central Texas students -- has taken her final bow.

Robert Faires, April 6, 2001

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Playwright Adam Sobsey cooks up some drama at Central Market, the UT Department of Theatre & Dance serves up six weeks of new works, and UT student Kristi McGarity snags the 2001 SEAMUS / ASCAP prize.

Robert Faires, March 30, 2001

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Liz Smith writes up Zach Scott, Jaston Williams plans new acting projects, and ArtPlex undergoes a name change.

Robert Faires, March 23, 2001

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New York is calling, and Austin performers from the Rude Mechanicals to the Flaming Idiots to MOMFest are answering.

Robert Faires, March 16, 2001

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Big career moves for a couple of Austin playwrights and big parties thrown by a couple of Austin arts organizations.

Robert Faires, March 9, 2001

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