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Shawn Sides and Graham Reynolds: Rude and Golden
How two of Austin's top creative stars meld a busy life of art and love
Arts Story  March 24, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Well, yes, of course Graham Reynolds and Shawn Sides are a couple. A lot of people are couples..."

Michelle Schumann and Graham Reynolds' Joyful Noise
For their new Austin Chamber Music Center collaboration, the pianist and composer crank up the reverb but good
Arts Story  January 14, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...And just beyond the piano, framed by familiar cascades of long, brown hair is another grin, this more Cheshire Cat-like, that signals satisfaction with both the music and its performer's response. That would belong to Graham Reynolds, one of the live music capital's busiest musicmakers (Golden Hornet Project co-founder; frequent composer of scores for Richard Linklater films, plays for the Rude Mechs, and dances for Forklift Danceworks and Ballet Austin; and, as of this week, recipient of $95,000 in support from Creative Capital [$50,000 to develop his chamber opera Pancho Villa From a Safe Distance and $45,000 for career development])..."

Graham Reynolds Is Not of This Earth
Music Story  July 25, 2008, by Marc Savlov
"..."The immediate problem when you approach the scoring of a science-fiction film is that it's set in the future or on an alien world or whatever the story demands of you musically," explains Austin composer Graham Reynolds...."

East Side Dandies Squirrel Nut Zippers Graham Reynolds WHAT?
Not to mention the Whiskey Sage mixologists
DAILY Arts  October 18, 2011, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...It's called Salon Vanguard, and it's a swanky, jazz-styled party of old-timey libations & a whole catered feast, with live music from the East Side Dandies (featuring Westen Borghesi of the White Ghost Shivers and the Squirrel Nut Zippers' Reese Gray) and Graham Reynolds & his percussive 88s, and so on like that for a night of posh revelry among the elegant polished-wood interiors & verdant landscaping of Eponymous Garden. This was one of our favorite events of 2010, and now it returns, sharper than before & as enjoyable as ever, with proceeds going to benefit Salvage Vanguard Theater. It's like the perfect romantic date at a fine restaurant, srsly, except that it's also got entertainment you'll not soon forget and it's likely less of a dent to your culinary-based love-budget: $60 per couple ($40, single tickets). On a Tuesday night, no less! (Yes, that's right, we said "love-budget." Surely you set aside some simeoleons for wooing? Surely it's not only Chester Brown who has a "love-budget," right?) Here's a chance to impress your significant other (or the one that you'd like to be more significant of an other) or just treat yourself to a night among the fashionable folks feasting & frolicking in fierce finery. Alliteration not required; jacket optional; hell, you might even win an iPad...."

Golden Arm Symphony
Unraveling the budding symphonic genius of Graham Reynolds
Music Story  February 11, 2000, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Prelude: Scherzo Little does he know it, but Keith Reynolds is performing his pratfalls in the right place. Younger sibling of this evening's guest of honor, Golden Arm Trio's Graham Reynolds, Keith opens his brother's well-attended CD release party and buffet dinner with a bruising 45-minute impression of the late comedian Chris Farley envisioned as an earnest, acoustic guitar-wielding Austin singer-songwriter..."

Myth Steps
Trenton Doyle Hancock's mythic creatures rise from the canvas, with help from Stephen Mills and Graham Reynolds
Arts Story  April 4, 2008, by Robert Faires
"...This original dance is the brainchild of Ballet Austin Artistic Director Stephen Mills, who approached Hancock about bringing his work to the stage and engaged compositional wunderkind Graham Reynolds to provide its score and sounds. Together, the three set out to translate the dense, fantastic chronicle of the black-and-white Vegans, their discovery of color through the priest Sesom, and the fateful repercussions of that act from still life in two dimensions to motion and sound in three...."

Fantastic Voyage
For 'The Odyssey,' composer Graham Reynolds goes on a journey with Austin Children's Choir
Arts Story  November 2, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Graham Reynolds will go just about anywhere, musically speaking. To date, his compositional output includes jazz, rock, funk, and even sea shanties with his band Golden Arm Trio; his own symphonies; operas about Genghis Khan and Baba Yaga for Salvage Vanguard Theater; the soundtrack to Richard Linklater's film A Scanner Darkly; country & western ballads for the Rude Mechanicals' El Paraiso; scores to the silent films Battleship Potemkin and Orphans of the Storm; a violin concerto; big band music; and more than a dozen string quartets..."

Tone Setter
Graham Reyolds' 'Scanner' score
Screens Story  July 7, 2006, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Keyboards, drums, amplifiers, stand-up bass, and bassist leave room for the xylophone on the floor in front of the stage only. Graham Reynolds wonders how nine musicians are going to fit up there...."

The Difference Engine
Local composer Graham Reynolds discusses his two new discs.
DAILY Music  January 27, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Back to back CD releases this weekend – Friday at the United States Art Authority with Mother Falcon for triple concerto The Difference Engine and Saturday at the Continental Club for Duke! Three Portraits of Ellington – sum up their celebrant Graham Reynolds in a word: ambitious. We emailed about Ellingtonia, concertos, and remixes...."

'Steinway to Hell'
Just the two leaders of the Golden Hornet Project and a pair of pianos
Arts Story  July 9, 2010, by Barry Pineo
"...Given the amount of work they've done in all corners of Austin's creative scene, Graham Reynolds and Peter Stopschinski probably need no introduction, but let's introduce them anyway: leaders of their own bands over the last decade (Golden Arm Trio and Brown Whörnet, respectively); composers for films, dances, theatre productions, and a plethora of musical ensembles; and performers who have recorded music together and separately. In February of this year, the two men, under the banner of their Golden Hornet Project, debuted their separate sixth symphonies in consecutive performances on the same program, which won the award for Outstanding Symphonic Performance from the Austin Critics Table..."

Peter Stopschinski CD Release
Live show celebrates "Now Would Be a Good Time" debut
DAILY Arts  May 3, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...As Peter Stopschinski explains it, about a year ago, his friend and co-conspirator in the Golden Hornet Project Graham Reynolds suggested that Stopschinski make an album of instrumental music that was just for Stopschinski's personal pleasure. So he did, and tonight at the North Door, he'll unveil the results in a free live show...."

Maestro Allegedly Not Bitten by Tarantula
But he went gloriously spider-man apeshit on the piano
DAILY Chronolog  April 27, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...So, yeah, Graham Reynolds...."

Conan, What Is Best?
Austin's Intergalactic Nemesis Crew Gets O'Brienated.
DAILY Arts  February 14, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Yes, that's Tim Doyle's artwork enhancing the lines of the familiar set where Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter and Jason Neulander and Danu Uribe and Graham Reynolds and Buzz Moran are performing for your amusement this evening...."

Crafting Music and Cocktails
Graham Reynolds brainstorms over tunes, Adam Bryan plays behind bar
DAILY Food  February 5, 2012, by Meghan Ruth Speakerman
"...Popular mixologist and Handyman Collins creator Adam Bryan will be slingin' up drink menus in accordance with the evolving themes of music the award-winning score writer and composer Graham Reynolds and friends decide to jam, starting with jazz one week and moving on to country the next...."

That Thinking Feeling
L.B. Deyo and Buzz Moran's Dionysium puts the fun back in cogitation
Arts Story  August 27, 2004, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...When Graham Reynolds furrows his brow, now that's a furrowed brow. When Graham Reynolds gets his frown on, it's not like the frown of just any mortal..."

Outside the Bachs
Classical sounds new when Austin artists do the composing
Arts Story  May 1, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...Where does it all come from? Certainly, some credit is due the composition division at the University of Texas' Butler School of Music, where faculty composers Dan Welcher, Donald Grantham, Russell Pinkston, Bruce Pennycook, and Yevgeniy Sharlat have been busily producing their own new music even as they've been training young composers to produce theirs. But Austin wouldn't have half the new classical scene it does without the presence of Graham Reynolds, Peter Stopschinski, and P..."

String Theory
Do-It-Yourself Symphony
Music Story  February 11, 2000, by Greg Beets
"...Regardless of what you ultimately take away from the music of Golden Arm Trio's Graham Reynolds and Brown Whörnet's Peter Stopschinski, seeing their "underground symphony" vision come to fruition is bound to be inspirational. After all, not just anyone could convene an orchestra outside the financial tent of both universities and commissions...."

Doing What We Mustard
The Austin Mustard Club goes condimental
DAILY Chronolog  May 7, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Unless you’d already learned: Whatever there is in this world, there are often so many different kinds of it. You wouldn’t think, either, that Graham Reynolds, a man whose head is usually filled with music & whose time is so packed with projects involving the architecture of notes and the arrangement of instruments playing those notes, would know the first damned thing about mustard. Unless you’d already asked him about other seemingly random subjects over the years and had come to understand that, damn, there’s a lot of seemingly random subjects that the longhaired maestro’s intentionally schooled himself on, to near-expert depth. I’m not sure if Reynolds was already autodidacted into such knowledge of coffee when he (and about 100 other people) attended the party that my ex-wife and I threw out in Bastrop years ago:The party that featured tastings of Kopi Luwak, the legendary weasel-shit coffee.But that event was a success, and so my ex and I had tentatively planned another party.This time, we figured, we’d serve nothing but those gigantic Dutch pretzelsand a variety of mustards. Oh, hell yes. But we put it off, and we put it off, and then we got divorced. But so last year, almost a decade down the road, as I was standing at the bar of the Tigress on North Loop, standing there with Reynolds and Hank Cathey and Ron Berry and several other creative types, standing there in a group gathered to discuss possible food-track events for Fusebox Festival, I said to Hank Cathey, “Okay, here’s a thing.” And I told him about the unfulfilled Mustard Party idea. Reynolds, standing next to Cathey, set down his cocktail..."

Off the Record
Austin Music Poll winners are just going to have to wait until the Austin Music Awards, plus a closer look at SXSW's international acts
Music Column  February 25, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...Accolades are rolling in for Graham Reynolds' new double whammy, The Difference Engine and Duke! Three Portraits of Ellington (see "Texas Platters," Feb. 11)..."

The Thousand-String Guitar
Austin gets the world jazzed about classical guitar
Arts Story  June 18, 2010, by Robert Faires
"...See, they have a gig lined up – a big gig. They're two weeks out from playing on the stage of Dell Hall, where they will be joining 189 other young musicians to premiere a new work by Graham Reynolds..."

Another Round of Praise
Nominations for the 2007-2008 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 9, 2008, by Robert Faires
"...Graham Reynolds, The Method Gun Video Design..."

Our Shostakovich Year
On the centenary of Dmitri Shostakovich's birth, Austin arts groups join forces to throw the Russian composer a yearlong party
Arts Story  December 30, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...The festival – officially known as Shostakovich 100: Austin Celebrates – has been in the planning stages for almost two years. The Chronicle sat down with Maestro Buckley and Austin Symphony Orchestra Music Director Peter Bay and composer Graham Reynolds, both of whom have been heavily involved in the development of the festival, to learn more about why they believe Shostakovich merits this kind of celebration and how it came about.The Composer..."

Graham Reynolds
Music Review  February 11, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Graham ReynoldsThe Difference Engine (Innova) Graham Reynolds & the Golden Arm TrioDuke! Three Portraits of Ellington (Innova)..."

Salvage Vanguard Theater adapts the classic Russian folk tale of Vasilissa the Beautiful into a new urban opera, Motherbone, that may have some rough edges, but is an amazing showcase for the musical passion of Graham Reynolds as well as the company's pluck and determination.
Arts Review  November 8, 2002, by Skipper Chong Warson
"...But in Salvage Vanguard's version, the story is only half of it. The other half is Graham Reynolds' score, which keeps you on the edge of your seat..."

Neil Young premieres his director's cut of Human Highway at SXSW, while Graham Reynolds brings Marfa to the Festival
Music Column  March 21, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...You can feel the people just like you feel the art. Why do we have to be so alone? It just doesn't seem right." Graham Reynolds' Marfa Transport..."

A Year's Cheers
The nominees for the 2010 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 14, 2010, by Robert Faires
"..."Bounce: Suite in A Minor," Graham Reynolds..."

Only the Fourth Wall Is Forever
After 10 years, Salvage Vanguard Theater is moving on
Arts Story  June 23, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And the musical score for all this history and so many of the projects relevant to it, before and during and likely after Manor Road? That score's woven from compositions by Austin's relentless maestro Graham Reynolds. Picture him, superimposed on each instance, a mostly ghostly princely presence, his long hair gently swaying or madly flying, his fingers coaxing beauty from or just about laying waste to some trembling, ecstatic keyboard...."

Playback: The Beautiful Old
Gabriel Rhodes makes Grammy bait
Music Column  May 24, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...A century before the dawn of the Internet, Americans purchased sheet music of the day's popular songs and performed them at home (revisit Graham Reynolds' review of Beck's Song Reader, "Phases & Stages," Jan. 25)..."

Live Shots
Music Story  February 25, 2000, by Raoul Hernandez
"...He best of all represented the evening: Emo's goes to the Symphony. Its mastermind, Golden Arm Trio's Graham Reynolds, also wore a suit of smiles, decked in his best thrift-store plaid and playing host to a full house of Red River regulars filing in past the sign proclaiming Turner Hall established 1871..."

Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup
See the whole schedule and get some tickets to escape the heat
DAILY Screens  May 16, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...(1997, 147min/color, 35mm) Mark Wahlberg, Julianne Moore, Burt Reynolds, Don Cheadle, John C. Reilly, William H..."

Robert Faires' Top 10 Classical Music / Dance Treasures of 2016
The richest work in dance and classical music this year ran the gamut from a dance in a backyard pool to an opera about Cold War brainwashing
Arts Story  December 29, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...5) "THOUGH THE EARTH GIVES WAY" (Ballet Austin) The middle work in BA's The Graham Reynolds Project pulled us into a cell-like space where Stephen Mills had six dancers move to Reynolds' percussive score in ways that were provocative, incredibly fluid, and athletic to the point of astonishment...."

Applause! Applause!
Austin Critics Table nominations, 2004-2005
Arts Story  May 27, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...Graham Reynolds, Genghis Khan..."

Mozart Requiem Undead Receives an Encore
This Austin-generated reinvention comes to Bass Concert Hall
Arts Story  September 15, 2016, by Robi Polgar
"...Stopschinski, Baldwin, and Golden Hornet Project co-founder Graham Reynolds engaged an eclectic team of composers, including Pulitzer Prize winner Caroline Shaw (part of the choral ensemble Roomful of Teeth), Glenn Kotchke (Wilco), Adrian Quesada (Grupo Fantasma, Brownout, Spanish Gold), Todd Reynolds, and DJ Spooky, among others. Reynolds and Stopschinski took on their share of sections, too...."

Charged Up
The 10th Fusebox Festival gets off to an electric start with 'Mozart Requiem Undead'
Arts Story  April 11, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...That's the kind of mental image conjured by Mozart Requiem Undead, the "reanimation" of that choral masterwork with all the parts not written by Mozart himself before his death being completed by 10 contemporary composers and stitched together into a single work. The first full performance of this Frankensteinian mass – masterminded by Golden Hornet Project leaders Peter Stopschinski and Graham Reynolds – will kick off the 2014 Fusebox Festival, and it's precisely the kind of project that makes this hybrid arts festival such a thrilling part of Austin's cultural landscape..."

Forklift Danceworks' showcase of Austin Energy employees doing what they do was dazzling and inspiring
Arts Review  September 27, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Watching Terril Watson climb, rung by rung by careful rung, the tower 100 feet tall, a spotlight on him, and Graham Reynolds' intense score sending your heart rate higher with every step, you could imagine yourself under the big top of old and Watson as one of those daredevils about to dive from an impossible height into a terrifyingly tiny tank of water. But as he moved gingerly onto a crossbar, nothing beneath him but fathoms of air and hard earth, the man's recorded voice, casually describing the routineness of such ascents, yanked you back to the reality that, while he was making this climb as part of a show, it's what he does in the course of his everyday job – not for the glory or roar of the crowd but to fix problems..."

Playing Through
Shannon McCormick and Graham Reynolds' Unbeaten revels in the camp aspects of football in a loving way
Columns  November 7, 2008, by Thomas Hackett
"...I hesitate to say that Shannon McCormick and Graham Reynolds' Unbeaten, which finishes a two-week run at the Salvage Vanguard Theater this weekend, revels in the campiness of professional football. It might suggest that their play tries to make mockery of the game...."

Live Shots
Music Story  July 1, 1999
"...Erickson's jagged sentiments don't even begin to cover the void that would exist should the Hole ever get filled in, so here's to at least 26 more years of truckin' for Texas' rowdiest, raunchiest historical site. --Christopher Gray Tosca String Quartet Plays The Music Of Graham Reynolds And Peter Stopschinski..."

Leon and Stella Alesi: Love Conjures All
Leon and Stella Alesi provide ocular proof of a life in the arts
Arts Story  October 27, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Previously in the Chronicle, we've taken a glimpse into the lives and work of two Austin-based authors, Elizabeth McCracken and Edward Carey, who are happily striving and thriving together; and we've covered the bright, busy situation of theatre-and-music power couple Shawn "Rude Mechs" Sides and Graham "Golden Arm Trio" Reynolds. Now we turn our journalistic lens toward two visual artists who've been living in Austin for 23 of the 24 years that their hearts have, as the saying goes, beat as one...."

Magic Time
Oh, the sights you'll see at First Night Austin
Arts Story  December 28, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Parade from Seventh & Congress to Cesar Chavez and west to City Hall, led by composer Graham Reynolds & the Golden Arm Trio Brass Band and featuring Truckceratops, the Caveman Collective's bid to transcend gas-guzzling fossils; a giant bike-powered water goddess leading Barton Springs supporters dressed as swimmers, animals, and spirits; the Austin Public Library Bibliofiles, Austin's book-cart drill team; young women leaders marching with umbrellas as the Paper Parasol Paraders; large-scale sculptures of American food staples created by art students from Lanier High, McCallum Fine Arts Academy, Reagan High, Johnston High, International High, and Bowie High; young rappers and poets performing original beats and rhymes with established hip-hop artists Blacklisted Individuals, Public Offenders, and the Xblicit Dance Group; City of Austin Weirdos; costumed youngsters from the TexARTS musical-theatre academy perform songs from Damn Yankees; clown Tony Maxaroni creating balloon art; people with and without disabilities creating scenes from Alice in Wonderland in costume, floats, and puppetry; Faith Schexnayder's HEB Carmen Miranda Produce Float; and much more. EVENING PROGRAM: Ongoing all evening..."

SXSW Music Festival
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 17, 2000
"...GOLDEN ARM TRIO: When Graham Reynolds, sole permanent member of Golden Arm Trio, isn't busy conducting symphonies or composing pieces for string quartets, he's pounding out -- on both piano and drums -- some of the most fascinatingly cartoony avant-jazz to be found here in the River City. The Trio can take many forms, but is usually Reynolds and a couple of horn players, and any show is a nothing short of a mind-jarring adventure..."

Straddling Jazz
The Golden Arm Trio
Music Story  June 12, 1998, by Greg Beets
"...photograph by John Carrico Though their sound has itsfoundations in the left-leaning outskirts of jazz, an apt description of the Golden Arm Trio's music is easier if you think in terms of approach rather than genre. For pianist/percussionist Graham Reynolds, the only constant in this ever-evolving Austin endeavor, the creative journey of improvisation comes in far ahead of commitment to a form..."

Star Turns
The nominees for the 2015-16 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 9, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Dance Concert Dancestry, Shay Ishii Dance Company The Graham Reynolds Project, Ballet Austin Edge of Grace, Blue Lapis Light In Your Shoes, Tapestry Dance Company True Story, Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company The Warriors, Arcos Dance..."

Solo Symphony
When maestro Peter Bay was truly conducting, electricity charged this dance he inspired
Arts Review  July 20, 2012, by Jonelle Seitz
"...Following an introduction by composer Graham Reynolds' atmospheric piano, which said very clearly, "Here comes something special – pay attention," the lights went up on a flipped orchestra: Bay faced the audience before the musicians, whose backs were to us. No one comes closer to playing god than an orchestra conductor, and Bay's governance was a benevolent, amiable one..."

There's Peter, Never Mind the Wolf
The Golden Hornet Project turns Prokofiev
DAILY Arts  January 19, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Most of us can thank or blame that last-century man called Walter Elias Disney for first bringing the cromulent composer's name into our consciousness – all hopelessly entangled with cartoon images of woodland creatures traveling through some dark Russian forest. Thanks, now, to Graham Reynolds & Peter Stopschinski of the classically oriented Golden Hornet Project for re-arranging some of Prokofiev's other work for performance by modern musicians..."

'The Mozart Project'
Via innovation and homage, Ballet Austin makes new dances from old tunes
Arts Story  September 30, 2011, by Jonelle Seitz
"...12 in A Major. "Though the Earth Gives Way" is set to music by Graham Reynolds – who gave a nod to Mozart during the creative process but assures you won't hear any 18th century motifs in the piece – for electrified violin and cello..."

Golden Hornet Project Percussion VII
This concert of new music was driven by experiments with rhythm and sound
Arts Review  August 5, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...Given the instruments clustered on floor of ND at 501 Studios last Saturday night, we looked to be in just another music club. But once the Golden Hornet Project's Percussion VII concert started, it was clear that we were really locked inside a laboratory with bass drums, snares, timpani, marimbas, a vibraphone, glockenspiels, and cymbals standing in for the Bunsen burners, Tesla coils, and Erlenmeyer flasks of a scientific lair, and GHP masterminds Peter Stop­schin­ski and Graham Reynolds, along with their percussion-adept colleagues Thomas Burritt, Chuck Fischer, and Owen Weaver, filling the roles of mad scientists..."

Off the Record
Casting the annual ballot for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and paying tribute to poster artist extraordinaire Bill Narum
Music Column  November 27, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...• Graham Reynolds and the Golden Hornet Project's three-piece string section expertly assisted DJ Spooky on Friday at Hogg Auditorium for Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica, a 70-minute, three-act suite of multisensorial geological wonderment and hypnotic orchestration. "We have big talk of doing a concert and album together," says Reynolds..."

Golden Hornet Project
Since Mozart isn't writing any new chamber music, the Golden Hornet Project is picking up the slack with concerts of new works for small ensembles by local composers
Arts Story  May 26, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...Fortunately, the Golden Hornet Project is around to pick up the slack, giving us regular infusions of new chamber music by local composers. Over the past seven years, GHP masterminds Graham Reynolds (Golden Arm Trio) and Peter Stopschinski (Brown Whörnet) have hosted more than two dozen concerts featuring new compositions by more than 30 composers – many of them, like Reynolds and Stopschinski, drawn from Austin bands and the contemporary music scene..."

Genghis Khan
In 'Genghis Khan,' Salvage Vanguard Theater crafts a surprisingly traditional, surprisingly intimate, and absorbing operatic portrait of a lion in winter
Arts Review  April 1, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...It's with such small strokes that the artists of this Salvage Vanguard Theater production paint their operatic portrait of the larger-than-life conqueror Genghis Khan. The 13th-century Mongol leader may have carved out an empire from the Yellow Sea to the Persian Gulf, may have been feared across Asia as the "wrath of God," but composer Graham Reynolds and librettist/director Jason Neulander have eschewed the epic approach of world-conqueror biopics such as Alexander and the monumental grandeur of old-school opera in favor of a minimalist profile..."

Austin Critics Table Nominations, 2003-2004
The full list of nominations for the 2003-2004 Austin Critics Table Awards, recognizing outstanding achievements in local theatre, dance, classical music, and visual art
Arts Story  May 14, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...Shoulder to Shoulder, Graham Reynolds and Peter Stopschinski..."

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