"...Artists have various personal and artistic responses to crises, and over the last year and a half, especially, we've seen a lot: terror, outrage, resilience, parody, earnestness, despair. In the lighthearted three-part performance For a Limited Time Only, Heloise Gold, Natalie George, and their collaborators seemed to react to current events by doing what they do best together: exploring, inventing, playing...."
"...When choreographer Heloise Gold says that she's collaborating on a piece with actor Jason Phelps, naturally, you want to know what the piece is like...."
"...Turning their heads toward the audience, the women regard us with a hint of disapproval, as if we're the ones doing something unexpected. Chock-full of moments like this, 1,000 Forest Gorillas in Kansas was on the surface a kitchen-sink artistic exchange between creators Natalie George and Heloise Gold, whose sources of inspiration included a dream about a gorilla, a fascination with the number 1,000, and a joint artist residency in Kansas..."
"...In a small open courtyard next to Capitol City Playhouse, a memorial service was being held for Michel Jaroschy. As the community was paying homage to the theatre's founder and managing artistic director, Diana Prechter gazed into the distance, and her eyes found Heloise Gold and Emily Vorspan among the mourners..."
"...The Chronicle took advantage of this year's gathering of dancers to get several of them to talk together about what they do. Taking part were Andrea Ariel, Beverly Bajema, Lisa Fehrman, Heloise Gold, Jason Phelps, and Segal herself..."
"...As head of Ellen Bartel Dance Collective, she creates skillfully structured short works, arduous either physically (speed and repetition in "In the World of Things and Stuff," 2014) or emotionally ("Somebody Else," 2012). Also, a performer-steward of butoh, the stark-silent-slow Japanese performance art, and a dance collaborator (recently seen in a gorilla mask in Heloise Gold and Natalie George's 1,000 Forest Gorillas in Kansas)..."
"...Dear Editor, Many thanks to the Austin Critics Table and the Chronicle, for the well-deserved induction of my friend Heloise Gold into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame. The article by Robert Faires [“Local Heroes,” Arts & Culture, May 29] about her was excellent in almost every aspect, except one..."
"...For its 22nd presentation of awards for notable artistic achievements, the Critics Table welcomed three groups into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame (Big Medium, Blue Genie Art Industries, and the Rude Mechanicals) and distributed honors in 42 categories. Trouble Puppet Theatre's The Crapstall Street Boys earned three awards, and 10 projects won two each: Rude Mechs' Fixing King John; Theatre En Bloc's Fat Pig; Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance's Anything Goes; Zach Theatre's Les Misérables; Breaking String Theater's Three, or The Sound of the Great Existential Nothingness; KDH Dance's The Big Small; Julie Nathanielsz and Heloise Gold's Gold Show|Rose Show; Ariel Dance Theatre's Heart; the Golden Hornet Project/Texas Choral Consort/Texas Performing Arts collaboration Mozart Requiem Undead; and the Women & Their Work project Thirst...."
"...Gold Show/Rose Show, Heloise Gold & Julie Nathanielsz..."
"...Gold Show/Rose ShowThe Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo June 14..."
"...Gold Show|Rose ShowGalaxy Dance Studio, 1700 S. Lamar #338 June 1..."
"...At Planet Theatre, The Company is producing Eric Bogosian's subUrbia, which focuses on a group of youth who are struggling with their suburban upbringing and the prospect of adulthood in the Nineties. And at Hyde Park Theatre, Heloise Gold and C..."
"...Most of the time, the art at the awards came in the form of dance, erupting spontaneously from those at the mic: Austin Arts Hall of Fame inductee Heloise Gold, who vibrated with excitement to the music of house band the Invincible Czars; members of the A'lante Flamenco Dance Ensemble (including Critics Table member Claire Spera) giving a furious sample of the stamping and clapping that won the company Outstanding Ensemble, Dance; and the very young son of retiring Ballet Austin ballerina Michelle Thompson, who joined his mother on the stage when she accepted her Outstanding Dancer award for her work in Belle Redux and shook his preschool booty for all it was worth, proving the apple hasn't fallen far from that family tree. [image-3]..."
"...The critics will present the awards in their usual fashion – with drinks in hand – in an informal ceremony on Monday, June 1, 7pm, at Cap City Comedy Club, 8120 Research. The event will also include the induction of three local artists into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame: painter and muralist Fidencio Duran, choreographer and dancer Heloise Gold, and composer/music director/Biscuit Brother Allen Robertson..."
"...5) HELOISE GOLD/JULIE NATHANIELSZ/MARGERY SEGAL/JASON PHELPS (Gold Show/Rose Show)..."
"...In 1991, volunteers Heloise Gold and Christi Pate teamed up with the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless to offer art classes to members of the city's homeless community. They called it Art From the Streets, and soon their twice-weekly classes were filling up..."
"...5) 'GOLD SHOW/ROSE SHOW' (Heloise Gold and Julie Nathanliesz) Each short work in this concert developed a richer context for the next...."
"...The penultimate work was "Resonance," a playful, mesmerizing duet by Heloise Gold and percussionist Nick Hennies on a vibraphone. When I saw a version of the piece last June, I marveled at Gold's bodily channeling of soundwave-play and at how this lucidity transferred to some far corners of my mind..."
"...On a recent visit, we found Christi Pate, one of the co-directors of the program, helping artist Stacy Lynn Golden to price the 24 pieces she submitted for the upcoming AFTS show (Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 13-14, noon-5pm)..."