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The Moontower's Glow
Art Davis' new play The Moontower's Glow is a spiritual cousin to both The Rocky Horror Show and You Can't Take It With You, focusing on a houseful of eccentrics who have rejected the normalcy of society to live their dreams, no matter how ludicrous they may appear to the rest of the world.
Arts Review  December 21, 2001, by Robert Faires
"...They roll lazily along on the music, smoothly vocalized by Jan Evans to Davis' plummy trumpet and both their humming acoustic guitars; the sound is like the water flowing slowly over Longhorn Dam in one of the songs. And in the low, warm light provided by Jennifer Rogers, the movements of David Yeakle's wistful Petrushka and Jennifer Sherburn and Jennifer Harlow's playful Firebirds have the languor and grace of an underwater ballet..."

Sisters Under the Scrim
Six of the finest theatrical artists in Austin discuss their work behind the curtain designing lighting schemes, mixing sound, and creating and constructing sets and costumes and how their careers have been affected by the fact that they're women.
Arts Story  September 12, 2003, by Molly Beth Brenner
"...At the table are Lisa Byrd, production director for Ballet Austin; Ann Marie Gordon, set designer known for her work with the Vortex and other avant-garde theatre houses; Karen Maness, UT Performing Arts Center resident scenic artist and adjunct professor; Jennifer Rogers, co-owner of Light Bastard Amber, a freelance Austin lighting design company; Leilah Stewart, who designs sets for St. Edward's University as well as virtually every small theatre company in Austin; and Susan Tsu, nationally known costume designer and, until recently, longtime head of the Costume Design program in the UT Department of Theatre & Dance..."

Miracles From Heaven
This Christian-centric film wears its faith on its sleeve
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Film Review  March 18, 2016, by Steve Davis
"...Directed by: Patricia Riggen. Starring: Jennifer Garner, Martin Henderson, Kylie Rogers, Queen Latifah, John Carroll Lynch, Eugenio Derbez, Brighton Sharbino, Bruce Altman, Hannah Alligood and Wayne Pére...."

The Tree Play
For this story of a rain forest over a lifetime, Robi Polgar created a living, breathing poem
Arts Review  August 13, 2015, by Shanon Weaver
"...Lowell Bartholomee's sounds echoed the subtle chorus of forest noise, cradling us in our own auditory sense until a particular moment exploded us out of our bubble of safety. The lighting, by Jennifer Rogers, appropriately captured the sun's struggle to pierce the dense growth around us, making each ray of light a gift..."

The Music of Erica Zann
Vortex Repertory Company's The Music of Erica Zann brings H.P. Lovecraft's "The Music of Erich Zann" to the stage as a chamber opera, and the result is a fever dream, a hallucinatory state in which you're overwhelmed by strange visions and a palpable sense of anxiety and apprehension.
Arts Review  May 31, 2002, by Robert Faires
"...Edmund Pantuliano's score bristles with spiky dissonance, the musical equivalent of hairs on the back of the neck standing up, and it's performed by pianist Alex Krigsfeld and violinist Mariam Hembrook with a vigorous intensity that pricks at our ears. The greenish-bluish-purplish lighting by Jennifer Rogers and Natalie George casts shadows like bruises across the faces and bodies of the performers, who express fear and delight with wide, wild eyes..."

Le Petomane: Anatomy of a Fartiste
It might be hard to imagine that a story about a man who breaks wind for fame and fortune could be called "sweet," but Tongue and Groove Theatre's original musical Le Petomane: Anatomy of a Fartiste, about the extraordinary French vaudevillian Joseph Pujol, combines good humor, fun song, bawdy dance, and just enough ribaldry to make for an engaging theatrical show.
Arts Review  June 22, 2001, by Robi Polgar
"...Yeakle makes good use of the cabaret motif for his production, aided by Kari Perkins' excellent costumes and moody lighting by Elizabeth Doss and Jennifer Rogers. Amiable Can-Can era showgirls and a talented musical combo linger onstage to maintain the pleasant mood..."

Star Turns
The nominees for the 2015-16 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 9, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Lighting Design Patrick Anthony, Year of the Rooster/Hunger/Terminus/Medea/Marie Antoinette Michelle Habeck, Sophisticated Ladies Sarah Maines, Mr. Burns, a post-electric play Stephen Pruitt, In Your Shoes/Frankenstein: The Trouble Puppet Show/True Story/Lumen Jennifer Rogers, The Tree Play Megan Slayter, Dancestry Po-Yang Sung, The Diary of Anne Frank..."

SXSW Picks & Sleepers
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 19, 2004
"...The Rogers Sisters1am, Red Eyed Fly You've gotta love a record titled Purely Evil (Troubleman) that features a photo of George W. with a privacy bar across his eyes..."

Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been?
The Artists' Recent and Upcoming Projects
Arts Story  September 12, 2003
"...After 12 years running the costume design program at UT, Tsu has left Austin to join the drama department at Carnegie Mellon University, teaching costume design with Paul Tazewell. In 2004, she will design the costumes for King Lear at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.Jennifer Rogers Rogers has been one busy designer this year, with her lighting design company Light Bastard Amber having worked on iron belly muses' final production, Pains of Youth; Moving Voices' This Vivid Life; Ariel Dance Theatre's Shoulder to Shoulder; Refraction Arts' workshop production of Orange; Tongue and Groove Theatre's Eggheads; Austin Script Works' Sitting Room Only; Mainline Theater Project's Jesus Hopped the "A" Train; and Flawed, part of Refraction Arts' Naked Theatre series..."

Rob Nash Does Romeo and Juliet
In Rob Nash's new show, he performs characters performing bits of Romeo and Juliet, and all the different parts come together like a theatrical jigsaw puzzle joining itself on the stage before us, forming a fine drama within a sharp comedy of eros and social dynamics.
Arts Review  December 28, 2001, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...We watch Nash performing his characters and we watch those characters performing bits of Romeo and Juliet, and all the different parts come together like a theatrical jigsaw puzzle joining itself on the stage before us, forming a fine drama within a sharp comedy of eros and social dynamics. Nash accomplishes this with nothing but a chair and a bench, the sound design of James Reilly and the lighting wizardry of Jennifer Rogers, and a remarkably strong control of the actor's craft..."

Cumulative Staff Box
Features Story  September 7, 2001, by Nick Barbaro
"...Ad Production Coordinators: Doug St. Ament, Amy Rogers, Jennifer Scoville..."

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
"...(1935, 99min/b&w, 35mm) Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward Everett Horton, Erik Rhodes, and Eric Blore. Directed by Mark Sandrich..."

American Pie 2
As everyone knows, it just wouldn't be summer without a teen sex farce, and this randy sequel to Paul Weitz's 1999 smash fits the bill to a T-back. Actually, it's...
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Film Review  August 10, 2001, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: James B. Rogers..."

The Rogers Sisters
Music Review  March 17, 2006, by Michael Bertin
"...The Rogers Sisters..."

Regular Folk
News Story  December 4, 1998, by Kayte VanScoy
"...Graphic artist Robert Rogershas spent 20 years in South Austin. "There's something in the air that you notice as soon as you cross the river out here..."

Scanlines
Screens Story  December 15, 1995
"...D: Mark Malone; with Mimi Rogers, Anthony LaPaglia, Peter Boyle, Matt Craven...."

Film Reviews
Recommended
  August 4, 1995
"...BULLETPROOF HEARTD: Mark Malone; with Anthony LaPaglia, Mimi Rogers, Matt Craven, Peter Boyle, Monika Schnarre, Joseph Maher. Director Mark Malone makes an impressive debut with this modern film noir about a hit man who falls in love with his victim. This cold-blooded drama stares unflinchingly into the face of death..."

The Rogers Sisters
SXSW showcase reviews
Music Review  March 17, 2006, by Greg Beets
"...The Rogers Sisters..."

Pleasure of the Paynes 2016
Annual theatre awards think Terminus is the living end
DAILY Arts  October 27, 2016
"...Among the special honors handed out by the Payne Council was a Distinguished Service Award to photographer Steve Rogers for his efforts in chronicling the work in Austin's improv and performance communities and an award to Steven Fay, a longtime member of the theatre community who has contributed years of service to it, with a significant portion of spent as a volunteer member of the nominating committee for the Payne Awards...."

100 Proof
Speed Rack Texas showcases the fastest, fiercest women bartenders around
Food Story  January 10, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Julie Rogers – Down House (Houston)..."

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