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Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre's Locked-In
A dance inspired by our rigid connection to our cell phones was more spontaneous and personal than its title implied
Arts Review  June 28, 2018
"...In the beamed cave that is one side of the Museum of Human Achievement, dancers Alyson Dolan, Angie Johnson, Clay Moore, and Lisa Anne Kobdish, in Popsicle-hued separates, flexed their feet into the air, grooving expansively. They examined each other's pockets and appendages before calling out to no one in particular, "Where's my phone?" Along another wall, the band – composer Andy Nolte, the multitalented Leila Louise Henley, Garry Franklin, and Alán De León Uribe – morphed from rock song to ambient vibe to virtuosic improvisation and back again..."

Austin Film Society Announces 2017 Film Grants
$143,000 in cash and support awarded to 34 filmmakers
DAILY Screens  August 28, 2017, by Kimberley Jones
"...WHEN WE WERE LIVE Documentary Feature Director: John Moore Stuck On On Post-Production Grant When We Were Live is a feature documentary about the heyday of Public Access Television in the Eighties and Nineties and how it shaped the culture of a pre-internet America. The film weaves together hundreds of hours of archival footage to tell the stories of five former Public Access producers from Austin, Texas, the nation's longest running Public Access Television station. SHORTS [image-2]..."

Local Opera Local Artists' We Might Be Struck by Lightning
In this new pastiche chamber opera, LOLA takes us on a bold musical journey
Arts Review  August 24, 2017, by Michelle Haché
"...But she meets a lovely stranger at the funeral of her friend's mother – the only scene in which the two storylines merge – and instantly falls in love. That very day, Cristina Maria leaves her fiancé (dancer Clay Moore) and begins a passionate relationship with her new love, known only as Girl, performed exquisitely by Sarah Annie Navarrete..."

Critics Poll
Music Story  December 29, 2016, by Neph Basedow, Greg Beets, Jim Caligiuri, Kevin Curtin, Thomas Fawcett, Doug Freeman, Raoul Hernandez, Alejandra Ramirez, Kahron Spearman, Tim Stegall, Jay Trachtenberg and Libby Webster
"...Mose Allison, Signe Anderson, Jimmy Bain, Gato Barbieri, Paul Bley, Blowfly, Pierre Boulez, David Bowie, Irma Bule, Phil Chess, Otis Clay, Leonard Cohen, Natalie Cole, Stanley "Buckwheat Zydeco" Dural Jr., Keith Emerson, Billy Faier, Glenn Frey, Juan Gabriel, Arturo Garza, Rudy Van Gelder, Mic Gillette, Henry Gonzalez, Merle Haggard, Bill Ham, Dan Hicks, Kamran Hooshmand, Preston Hubbard, Long John Hunter, Bobby Hutcherson, Mark Hutchins, Sharon Jones, Candy Kane, Paul Kantner, Bap Kennedy, Greg Lake, Joe Ligon, John D. Loudermilk, Lonnie Mack, Neville Marriner, George Martin, George Michael, Pete Mitchell, Scotty Moore, Emilio Navaira, Louis Jay Meyers, John Morthland, Papa Wemba, Billy Paul, Sandy Pearlman, Phife Dawg, Chris Porter, Freddy Powers, Prince, Prince Buster, Paul Ray, Leon Russell, Ralph Stanley, Rod Temperton, Toots Thielemans, Alan Vega, Don Walls, Maurice White, John Winsor, Bernie Worrell, Jim Yanaway..."

Only the Fourth Wall Is Forever
After 10 years, Salvage Vanguard Theater is moving on
Arts Story  June 23, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...The 2012 Fusebox Festival was over, and I was in charge of the SVT lobby gallery – I was and am its curator, its organizer, its pimp, as I have been since Larson offered me the position in 2011. And the next gallery show after Beeler's "Food Porn" exhibition was coming in – as preceded by prints from Tim Doyle and originals by Chronicle Arts Editor Robert Faires and the patriotic array of the "Presidential Losers" show; as followed by the photography of Shelley Hiam and the surreal Old Mastery oils of Alonso Rey and the mixed-media portraits of Beth Consetta Rubel and the woodcuts of Laura Thoms, the abstracts of Roy Moore, the aquatic emplushenings of Kristin Hogan..."

SXSW Film Announces 2015 Lineup
Circling the Thunderdome
DAILY Screens  February 3, 2015, by Kimberley Jones
"...iZOMBIE Director: Rob Thomas; Screenwriters: Rob Thomas, Diane Ruggiero-Wright From Rob Thomas and based on the comic book, the CW Network’s iZOMBIE centers on Olivia “Liv” Moore, a bright young woman who’s also a newly turned zombie. She clings to her humanity by working in the city morgue and helping the police investigate unsolved murders..."

AFS Grants Announced
$115,000 awarded to filmmakers
DAILY Screens  September 2, 2014, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Any Rough Times Are Now Behind You D: Alex R. Johnson (Austin)
AFS Grant Award: $5,000
After a sports fix goes wrong and his accomplice is murdered, Charlie Moore flees Texas to South America where he tries to hide out and start anew in the highlands of the Andes...."

The Good Eye: Art Dolls
PHOTO GALLERY  August 7, 2014
"...Mixed-­media dolls by Donna Moore look like they're waiting for the apocalypse.Back to column...."

SXSW Film Releases Full Feature Lineup
Slate includes everyone from Wes Anderson to the Zellners
DAILY Screens  January 30, 2014, by Monica Riese
"...Johnson Two Step is a fast-paced Texas thriller in which the lives of James, a directionless college dropout, and Webb, a career criminal with his back against the wall, violently collide. Cast: Beth Broderick, James Landry Hébert, Skyy Moore, Jason Douglas, Ashley Rae Spillers (World Premiere)..."

A Visit with Madame Cocoa
Local chocolate maven loves to share her knowledge
DAILY Food  January 19, 2013, by Margaret Shugart
"...Saving the best for last, she showed me two important bars from Tejas Chocolate made by Scott and Michelle Moore, the first artisan chocolate makers in Texas. Scott and Michelle are located in Spring, Texas..."

Changes in the Local Lit Landscape
Clay Smith departs Texas Book Festival, APLFF adopts Badgerdog
DAILY Books  November 1, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"..."A key to successful collaborations is ideological alignment and Badgerdog's past collaborations with the Library Foundation have been very successful. We are thrilled to see the programs continue as part of the Library Foundation's robust program offerings," said Badgerdog board member and founder Melanie Moore...."

The AggreGAYtor: October 8
Your daily dose of LGBTQIA news
DAILY Qmmunity  October 8, 2012, by Brandon Watson
"...• Noted hayseed, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, says that gay marriage will be the "ultimate destruction of our country." Apparently when enough same-sex couples say ‘I do,” the hellmouth will open up and swallow us all...."

The Overthinking Man's Fighter
Floyd Patterson biographer W.K. Stratton explains the appeal of boxing's gentleman eccentric
Books Story  July 6, 2012, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...Not Ken Norton. Not Archie Moore..."

Last of the Delta Bluesmen
Pinetop Perkins goes home to Mississippi
Music Story  April 22, 2011, by Margaret Moser
"...Up comes Dorothy Moore, whose 1970s soul serenade "Misty Blue" still commands attention. Moore sings "Precious Lord, Take My Hand," humming deeply in the middle..."

Last Shotgun Blast of SXSW Film Programming
'Hobo,' Spike's 'Scenes From the Suburbs,' and more
DAILY Screens  February 10, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...This entertaining short story tells the life of the man who has been forgotten by history, and eclipsed by the inferior Edison. Joe the Clay Guy and the Crystal Sword Director: Jeff Novaez An epic adventure where Joe, a clay-man, armed with his powerful toothpick sword, explores a dangerous monster-infested cave in search of the legendary Crystal Sword. A Journey of One Directors: Kim Hauser & Michelle McChristian "No love, no friendship can cross the path of our destiny without leaving some marks on it forever." --Francois Mauriac Neighborhood Watch Director: Zachary Booth Chronicles the "stream of consciousness" of a manic depressive chunk of clay. Never Too Late Director: Marco Bottiglieri It is never too late to follow your dreams. That is the message Deanne Moore is trying to get out in her music video 'Never Too Late.' One Last Bite Director: Marco Bottiglieri Matt's friends and family have had enough with his annoying habit of never being able to finish anything he eats or drinks. Reversion Director: Grace Kim A girl awakens in a field and begins to question her reality. Sparky Directors: Tiffany Giraudon & Kalen Doyle Hunger or Love, which is stronger? Sun and Moon Director: JJ Rubin A beautiful drama that examines the pain, fear and impending loss associated with Alzheimer's. Superior Director: Julian Moreno-Pena A music video created for the song "Superior" by the San Antonio band Buttercup. Volition Director: Maqui Gaona How much control do we really have over our future? Do we live our lives with free will lined by predetermination? Volition challenges these theories and evokes us to question each motive of chance. Worm War I Director: Lydia Tallon A humorous documentary about earthworms plotting to take over the world. Z Directors: John Fernandez & Austin Loving The story of a survivor during an outbreak of unknown origins desperately seeking the answer to the chaos caused by something only known as 'the sickness.'..."

Dance, Girl, Dance
It was a good year for women filmmakers at a recharged Sundance Film Festival
Screens Story  February 5, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...My favorite film of this year's Sundance was The Kids Are All Right by Lisa Cholodenko (High Art, Laurel Canyon). Starring Annette Bening and Julianne Moore as a middle-aged lesbian couple, the film examines what happens within their family when their two teenage children seek out their biological father (played by Mark Ruffalo)..."

The Film Prof's Drunk, and the Kids Are Not All Right
Zombie auteur George Romero delivers another state of the union
Screens Story  February 29, 2008, by Spencer Parsons
"...I have this sort of franchise, that I never thought of initially that that's what it would be. But you know, I don't know, I'm the Michael Moore of horror or something...."

Behind This Mask Another Mask ...
More Cahun and Moore, please!
DAILY Qmmunity  October 10, 2007, by Andy Campbell
"...Kate Getty, I second that emotion! (see below) … and so I've been looking for a queer role model, preferably one who hasn't produced a crappy Christmas special --- and I think I found one, well two, in Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore. Before Cindy Sherman did her Untitled film still thang, before we started to think about gender as yet another (perhaps more dire) performance, Cahun and Moore (not their real names, but rather constructed names to be more gender ambiguous!) were doing their thang: creating gender-bending photographs, resisting Nazi efforts by dressing up as soldiers and sneaking anti-war fliers and poems into German soldiers' pockets, and loving each other. Cahun died young, in 1954, an effect of her time spent as a prisoner of war, and Moore ended up living until the early 1970s. When I think of incredible courage, queer strength and humor, I inevitably think of these two...."

Starving and Art in Marfa, Texas
Sonic Youth plays Marfa, turns on the bright lights.
DAILY Music  October 8, 2007, by Audra Schroeder
"...This happened a lot, and that state of is-it-art? confusion ran throughout the night, culminating as we gathered in an old airport hangar across the street from the recently-renovated Thunderbird Hotel to see Sonic Youth. By 9pm, people seemed to be flowing out of the hills at an alarming rate. Thurston Moore hopped onstage to introduce the hand-picked opening act, Black Leather Jesus..."

Free Night of Theater 2006: The list
Take your pick of 21 performances being offered at no charge with Free Night of Theater 2006
Arts Story  October 6, 2006
"...10St. Edward's University Theatre Department: Kneeling Down at Noon, by Steve Moore; Mary Moody Northen Theatre, St..."

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