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Going Over the Top and Other Outrageous Behaviors: Being melodramatic – on purpose
Going Over the Top and Other Outrageous Behaviors: Being melodramatic – on purpose
Karen Hastings, a specialist in melodrama and vaudeville, is offering locals a master class in acting the old-fashioned way

Arts, Aug. 31, 2007

Austin Shakespeare Festival: Changing of the Bard
Austin Shakespeare Festival: Changing of the Bard
Guy Roberts has resigned as artistic director of the Austin Shakespeare Festival, and Ann Ciccolella has been named his successor

Arts, Aug. 24, 2007

10 Minutes Max: For 600 seconds, anything goes
10 Minutes Max: For 600 seconds, anything goes
The weekend forecast calls for an umbrella – Dance Umbrella, that is, and its annual showcase of short performance works

Arts, Aug. 24, 2007

Gobotrick Theatre Company: Keeping the Soul Happy
Gobotrick Theatre Company: Keeping the Soul Happy
Naomi Wallace's drama One Flea Spare is the latest venture from Gobotrick Theatre Company

Arts, Aug. 17, 2007

'Krishnam Vande Jagatgurum': Saluting the Guru to the World
'Krishnam Vande Jagatgurum': Saluting the Guru to the World
Silambam Dance Company of North America treats Austin to an Indian classical ballet dramatizing the life of Krishna

Arts, Aug. 17, 2007

'Rainbow Family of the Serendipitous Now': Working together
'Rainbow Family of the Serendipitous Now': Working together

Arts, Aug. 10, 2007

Arts Reviews
An Almost Holy Picture
Zachary Scott Theatre's Almost Holy Picture might work better with a thousand different words

Arts, Aug. 10, 2007

'AlienNation': Making cabrito of immigration scapegoating
'AlienNation': Making cabrito of immigration scapegoating
In its first new show in two years, Austin's Latino Comedy Project roasts the immigration debate

Arts, Aug. 3, 2007

Arts Reviews
Brilliant Traces
If you go see the Vestige Group production of Cindy Lou Johnson's Brilliant Traces, go for the performances

Arts, Aug. 3, 2007

Jan Heaton: Watercolor in her blood
Jan Heaton: Watercolor in her blood
Watercolor master Jan Heaton, who's been painting since she could hold a brush, explains how she makes art

Arts, July 27, 2007

Rude Mechanicals: Grrl Action impacts Austin
Rude Mechanicals: Grrl Action impacts Austin
The Rude Mechs' greatest achievement? Maybe scoring funding for Grrl Action from nonprofit heavyweight Impact Austin.

Arts, July 20, 2007

Austin Chamber Music Festival: The aria of Anne Frank
Austin Chamber Music Festival: The aria of Anne Frank
For the first time in its 11-year history, the annual Austin Chamber Music Festival will present an opera: the Texas premiere of Grigori Frid’s The Diary of Anne Frank

Arts, July 13, 2007

My Favorite Year
The Zilker Summer Musical production of My Favorite Year triumphed over the recent storms and occasionally over the show's weak material

Arts, July 13, 2007

Austin Visual Arts Association: Thrilled to be hitting the big 3-0
Austin Visual Arts Association: Thrilled to be hitting the big 3-0
The Austin Visual Arts Association is celebrating its 30th anniversary in high style, with a pair of exhibitions and a big reunion party for local artists

Arts, June 15, 2007

The Arts Alive Institute: Reaching all learners with art
VSA Arts' Arts Alive Institute brings together artists and educators from across the state to discuss best practices for using the arts to reach everyone in the classroom

Arts, June 15, 2007

ASO Concerts in the Park: The gift at the gazebo
ASO Concerts in the Park: The gift at the gazebo
The Austin Symphony is again presenting its summer series of concerts in Wooldridge Park, and the musicians love getting out of the concert hall and inside that park's gazebo

Arts, June 1, 2007

Dan Dietz: The exit interview
Dan Dietz: The exit interview
As local playwright Dan Dietz prepares to leave Austin for a teaching gig at Florida State, he talks about his experience here and what he sees happening down the road

Arts, May 25, 2007

Fandango!: Double the plucking, as guitar and harpsichord wed
Fandango!: Double the plucking, as guitar and harpsichord wed
It may seem a strange marriage, a union between guitar and harpsichord, but when harpsichordist Keith Womer and guitarist Susan McDonald play together, all doubts fade away

Arts, May 18, 2007

A Special Evening With Stephen Mills: With him, it's special all the time
A Special Evening With Stephen Mills: With him, it's special all the time
As Ballet Austin presents a Special Evening With Stephen Mills, some of the artists from the ballet explain why they think their artistic director is a special guy

Arts, May 11, 2007

Arts Review
The Page and the Caterpillar
For years, Second Youth Family Theatre has set the standard for children's theatre in Austin, but its latest show, The Page and the Caterpillar, doesn't quite live up to that standard

Arts, May 11, 2007

'The Barber of Seville': Oh, we meant to do it this way
With Bass Concert Hall no longer available, Austin Lyric Opera is working to stage The Barber of Seville in a hall with no orchestra pit, no proscenium, and no wing space

Arts, April 13, 2007

Austin Shakespeare Festival: Playing in a theatrical mecca
Austin Shakespeare Festival: Playing in a theatrical mecca
A dream comes true for the Austin Shakespeare Festival when it gets to perform the Bard's As You Like It in Richard Garriott's replica of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Arts, April 6, 2007

Arts Review
Slaughter City
Rarely has Austin seen a play or production with as much of a social conscience as Naomi Wallace's Slaughter City, as staged by the UT Department of Theatre & Dance

Arts, March 9, 2007

Gallery Lombardi: A little farther from the train tracks, but the art still rocks
Gallery Lombardi: A little farther from the train tracks, but the art still rocks
Gallery Lombardi has left its longtime home on Third Street for new digs on West Seventh, but you can expect the same great salon-style group shows for which it's known

Arts, March 9, 2007

'Gyre': A swirling vortex of plastic ... and creativity
'Gyre': A swirling vortex of plastic ... and creativity
Ariel Dance Theatre revisits Gyre, its investigation of things we don't want to look at, and pulls into its spinning mass bunches of new artistic collaborators

Arts, March 1, 2007

Arts Review
Funnyhouse of a Negro
Adrienne Kennedy's Funnyhouse of a Negro is a bold, daring play, and Austin Community College and ProArts Collective have given it the bold, daring staging it deserves

Arts, March 1, 2007

ProArts/ACC: Keeping Boyd's dream alive
ProArts/ACC: Keeping Boyd's dream alive
To honor a man whose name was synonymous with community, ProArts Collective and Austin Community College have jointly established the Boyd Vance Scholarship Fund

Arts, Feb. 23, 2007

Arts Review
La Dispute
The funny lead performances in Capital T Theatre's La Dispute, combined with Mark Pickell's manic, energetic staging, provide an hour that's as light as a feather and just as beautiful

Arts, Feb. 23, 2007

Arts Review
Romeo and Juliet
That Mother of Invention Productions has chosen Romeo and Juliet as its premier offering is admirable, but this new Austin theatre company's reach exceeds its grasp

Arts, Feb. 16, 2007

Arts Review
FronteraFest Short Fringe: Week 1
The novel dose of the now offered by the FronteraFest Short Fringe was on view Jan. 19, notably in "Bliss," a verse drama of dangerous beauty, and David Hendler's poems of Jewish identity

Arts, Jan. 26, 2007

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