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Dance Repertory Theatre
A new dance is more than compelling movement; it's a life lesson for graduates
Arts Story  March 4, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...Basic questions for moving across a stage or moving through life – and the two mix in "More," the third section of a work that choreographer Andrea Beckham has developed with students in the University of Texas Department of Theatre & Dance for the Dance Repertory Theatre spring program Physical Language. Beckham was looking at a large number of dancers in the troupe this semester (28, the most dance majors the department has ever had), and with a fair number of them being seniors, she was mindful of the fact that for some this would be the final performance before they embarked on their careers – a step about which they were understandably anxious..."

UT Dance Repertory Theatre’s Fall for Dance
Work after work in this program emphatically spoke to current events, to the here and now
Arts Review  November 16, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...There was no question in this year's Fall for Dance what time was being addressed by Dance Repertory Theatre. Again and again, works in this program stated, emphatically, insistently, with purpose, that they were focused on this time, the present moment, now..."

Dance Repertory Theatre
UT resident student dance company Dance Repertory Theatre makes the leap to the national stage, as in the Kennedy Center, via the 2006 National College Dance Festival
Arts Story  May 12, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...This week, the young artists of Dance Repertory Theatre, UT's resident student dance company, will be making the leap to the national stage – quite literally. On May 16, DRT will perform at the John F..."

Dance Repertory Theatre's Momentum
This program of dances informed by African American experiences and culture was highly physical and emotionally urgent
Arts Review  February 23, 2017, by Jonelle Seitz
"...Sometimes universities feel like the most insular of places, ivory towers where eccentricities and pontifical discourse are sheltered from the urgency of everyday life. But other times, as with Dance Repertory Theatre's program of dance works informed by African-American experiences and culture, the university feels like a watchtower, a vital refuge for truly considering, from myriad angles, some of the most serious issues of our time...."

American Repertory Ensemble
Figuring dance and music to be great tastes that taste great together, American Repertory Ensemble aims to bring those art forms together in an organizational peanut butter cup
Arts Story  February 17, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...Heading this new enterprise are, quite naturally, a choreographer and a composer. David Justin is artistic director of Dance Repertory Theatre and a professor in the UT Department of Theatre & Dance..."

Robert Faires' Top 10 Dance and Classical Treasures of 2017
Much outstanding new dance and music this year took its cue from the world around us and pressing social issues
Arts Story  December 28, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...5) FALL FOR DANCE (Dance Repertory Theatre, UT Dept. of Theatre & Dance) A remarkable program of new dances speaking to the here and now, using movement to address race, immigration, and technology...."

American Repertory Ensemble's Dialogues
With American Repertory Ensemble, a company of artists from both music and dance, choreographer David Justin and composer Rob Deemer hope to start a new dialogue between their two disciplines
Arts Story  July 21, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...Now, these worlds already have a long tradition of conversation, but in performance, usually with dancers onstage and musicians in the pit, the physical separation and focus on the visual has left the conversation feeling largely one-sided. Justin, who teaches in the UT Department of Theatre & Dance and is artistic director of its Dance Repertory Theatre, and Deemer, who received his doctorate in composition from UT and currently chairs the composition department at the University of Oklahoma, sought to create a true dialogue between music and dance via an ensemble of artists from both worlds who would share the stage in concerts...."

Austin Dance
Some Austin dance artists will be getting out of town this summer – way out of town: Innsbruck, Jacob's Pillow, and Hong Kong – thanks to special invitations
Arts Story  June 23, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...This season sees some traveling farther than others, however, thanks to special invitations. The students in Dance Repertory Theatre, UT's performing ensemble for dance majors, are currently in Austria for the Young Tanzsommer Festival 2006..."

Jonelle Seitz's Top 10 Thrills (No Frills) in Dance of 2017
A thread of starkness and clarity ran through the year’s most memorable movement
Arts Story  December 28, 2017, by Jonelle Seitz
"...8) MOMENTUM (Dance Repertory Theatre, UT Dept. of Theatre & Dance) Drive, focus, power, and endurance from Generation Z...."

Top 9 All-In Dance Concerts (Plus 3 Short Works) of 2013
This year, dancers took on weighty matters – gender, the body, grief – exploring them with remarkable depth
Arts Story  January 3, 2014, by Jonelle Seitz
"...8) 'FALL FOR DANCE' (Dance Repertory Theatre) David Justin's "Quiver" and Mark Morris' "Grand Duo" were more fuel for the music-is-everything fire...."

Batsheva Dance Company
Going gaga for sensation-based movement
Arts Story  March 16, 2012, by Jonelle Seitz
"...The University of Texas's Dance Repertory Theatre will perform "Minus 16" as part of Catalyst, March 23­–25. Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 2 & 8pm; and Sunday, 2pm, at the B..."

Dance Visionary Charles Santos Heads to NYC Life Cycles
Arts Story  November 24, 1995
"...When he returned to Austin, he started taking technical dance classes at UT. "Back then, if you weren't a dance major, you couldn't perform in the musicals or DRT [Dance Repertory Theatre, the student performing company], so they really had no use for me..."

Top 10 (+1) Theatre Riches of 2015
Wild theatrical energy and masterful performances were the hallmarks of outstanding theatre in 2015
Arts Story  December 31, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...The biting script was charged with a wild theatrical energy by the rolling wall of Ia Ensterä's set and Yury Urnov's direction, and the performances, kicked off with sublime mime from Robert Matney, were to die for. 2) Refugia (UT Dept. of Theatre & Dance)..."

2017 Payne Theatre Award Nominees
E.A. Poe musical Nevermore leads the way with 11 noms
DAILY Arts  September 20, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Iden Payne Awards Council Monday. When the theatre group announced the nominees for the 2016-17 season, Doctuh Mistuh Productions' staging of Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe received 11 nominations...."

Top 9 Theatre Productions of 2009 That Did Ascend the Brightest Heaven of Invention
A year of failed romances, Greek myths, and more that were staged so ingeniously
Arts Story  January 1, 2010, by Robert Faires
"...1) 'BOBRAUSCHENBERGAMERICA' (MARY MOODY NORTHEN THEATRE) Modern art's master of collage celebrated in a theatrical mash-up of chicken jokes, picnics, pingpong ball cloudbursts, lovers' spats, boot-scootin' Whitmanesque rhapsodies, and more. As offbeat, vibrant, and eager to see wonder in the mundane as Rauschenberg's work, this boisterous joyride was so exhilarating that when it ended, I wanted it to start all over again...."

Top 10 Reasons I Stayed in Love With Theatre in 2013
Austin thespians played for keeps, with boundless commitment and imagination, in the year's most memorable theatre
Arts Story  January 3, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...1) 'SLIP RIVER' (UT Dept. of Theatre & Dance/Cohen New Works Festival) Spiriting its audience beneath the Payne Theatre, past clotheslines and through butcher-paper forests, feeding it cornbread muffins, and leaving it onstage in a festive dance party, this exhilaratingly theatrical mash-up of 19th century novels and modern pop – its orphan hero chases freedom along an "underground railroad" run by Beyoncé! – packed more imagination, adventure, and wit into half an hour than most plays do in three times that...."

Theatre Critics Table Nominations 1997
Arts Story  May 9, 1997
"...The Austin Theatre Critics Table have announced nominations for their fifth annual awards for achievement in theatre. The participating critics -- Michael Barnes, Jamie Smith, and Anna Hanks, Austin American-Statesman; John Bustin, West Austin News; David Mark Cohen, Texas Triangle; Jerry Conn, Westlake Picayune; and Robert Faires and Adrienne Martini, Austin Chronicle -- honored work produced on Austin stages during the period May 1996-April 1997..."

American Repertory Ensemble
Coming soon to a computer or TV screen near you: dance and classical music from ARE?
Arts Story  July 24, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...(And if you've missed sampling them so far, you have two more opportunities over the next two Wednesdays: encore performances of The Barber of Seville at 7pm July 29 and The Magic Flute at 7pm Aug. 5, both at the Regal Metropolitan 14.) And just last month, England's National Theatre launched a similar series with screenings of its current production of Phèdre starring Helen Mirren..."

American Repertory Ensemble
ARE's new program aims for fewer people so it can put more of them inside the magic
Arts Story  January 16, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...According to ARE Artistic Director David Justin, that wasn't always the plan. Initially, the company was just looking for an alternative to its home space, the University of Texas' McCullough Theatre, which was unavailable due to this month's grand reopening of Bass Concert Hall next door..."

Austin Theatre Refuses to Fade in 1995 And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going
The past 12 months saw some of Austin's
Arts Story  January 5, 1996
"...brightest theatrical talents leave us: meticulous director Mark Ramont, who left town after two years as Capitol City Playhouse's artistic director; the imaginative, physically daring young company Troupe Texas, which dissolved after only a few brief seasons; the beloved performing space Chicago House, which moved from its longtime home at 607 Trinity; theatre artists Norman Miller and TJ Gaudette, who passed away after making many, but in the end too few, contributions to our art...."

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