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Jennifer Sherburn’s Eleven Eleven: 02
Bold new dance series continues its planned 11-month reign of beauty
DAILY Arts  December 7, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Maybe you remember when Austin’s Jennifer Sherburn did that incredible thing with a troupe of dancers and a cadre of excellent chefs over a series of nights at an equestrian dressage ranch out in the Texas Hill Country? You’d remember it because you were there, or because you read this segmented report of the action...."

Jennifer Sherburn's 11:11
This project of 11 different dance programs in 11 months goes through one stage after another
Arts Story  May 4, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Jennifer Sherburn and Natalie George have been finding and using several different venues – rather unusual venues – throughout Austin for their adventurous 11:11 project...."

Jennifer Sherburn's Riverside
With her new site-specific dance Riverside, choreographer Jennifer Sherburn says, "Come on in, the water's fine!"
Arts Story  September 8, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...That's the text that Jennifer Sherburn sent to Peter Van Zandt, introducing herself and the idea of using his backyard swimming pool at his Tarrytown home for the site of Riverside, a new movement piece she was developing that would be rooted in the relationships people have with those large waterways that wind through countrysides and often, as with Austin, the heart of a city. "Over the last couple of years, I've been getting to know some special people throughout Central Texas and learning a little more about the history here, from Comanches to cedar choppers to folks who live here today," Sherburn says..."

ARENA: Dressage to Impress
A starry & enchanted night of human performance in the Hill Country
DAILY Arts  April 26, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...1. Yes, Austin’s Jennifer Sherburn seems to have turned human beings into horses, but rest assured that she hasn’t done so in any literal, genetic-engineering sort of fashion, so, please, put those torches and pitchforks away...."

Austin's April Dancers
A month flooded with movement closes with Jennifer Sherburn's Arena and Tapestry's Passing It Forward
Arts Story  April 28, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Last weekend brought five more movement spectacles, with new work from Diverse Space Dance Theatre, Ballet East, and Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre. (See Jonelle Seitz's review of AADT's Lumen.) Two of those productions that just opened continue this week, so here are the basics, dance fans. ArenaSat., April 30 & Sun., May 1, 7:30pm; feast at 9pm Fair Oaks Farm, 1001 Brownson, Driftwood www.arenadrippingsprings.com Choreographer Jennifer Sherburn takes her work to a new place – literally: a dressage riding arena in Driftwood..."

Fast, Cheap, and in Control
Cost-of-living increases are making local artists do more with less
Arts Story  February 2, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...OK, class, here's a pretty basic equation: Rapidly escalating rents plus sharp increases in the costs of living and of making art plus decrease in adequate spaces for showing that art equals ...? Logic would suggest a reduction in the number of arts events. I mean, math, right? So, then, with resources for artists in Austin shrinking as rents are skyrocketing and venues are closing, how do you explain Jennifer Sherburn's 11:11, her project to premiere 11 dances in 11 months? Or the monthly programs on offer this season from the Rude Mechs and Local Opera, Local Artists? Or Revel Unclassified, a series of 22 concerts presented in as many weeks?..."

The Time Machine: Top Hits of Every Decade for a Century
Montopolis goes multimedia and transtemporal in live concert
DAILY Arts  January 11, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...In your ears: Top music hits from every decade – as performed live by composer Justin Sherburn and his all-star Montopolis outfit...."

Who Gives a Damn About Big Range Austin?
The answer might be a lot closer than you think
Arts Story  June 24, 2011, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...EB: Last year, the big surprise for me was Andy Noble, who is NobleMotion. I didn't know anything about him then, but his application looked good, and once we teched his piece – it was the most amazing piece I've ever seen in my life! And this year we've got Jennifer Sherburn, who's very inventive – she has this big, huge set she's working on..."

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..."

Seen / Soon Sept. 15
Winding up 11:11's 11 dances in 11 months and preparing to go string quartet off-roading with invoke and Beerthoven
Arts Column  September 14, 2017
"...Seen 11:11, Jennifer Sherburn and Natalie George's marathon of making 11 dances in 11 months, wound up in spectacular fashion last week on Carson Creek Ranch. Following a mesmerizing riverbank solo by Rosalyn Nasky, Sherburn and George joined 17 dancers at play in a field, illuminated by the headlights from 10 cars and trucks..."

Wayne Alan Brenner's Top 10 Arts-Related Program Activities of 2016
Uncommon combinations – dance with horses, music with robots, drama with a Tesla coil – made the year unforgettable
Arts Story  December 29, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...1) JENNIFER SHERBURN IN GENERAL, BUT ESPECIALLY ARENA A sudden marvel on the dance scene this year, whether performing, choreographing, producing, or joining forces with Natalie George Productions to create a new site-specific show each month for 11 months. But Arena, Sherburn's inaugural and horsey Hill Country spectacle, remains the most monumentally impressive...."

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
"...10) RIVERSIDE (Jennifer Sherburn) The prelude to this choreographer's 11 dances in 11 months was a bit of backyard enchantment in Tarrytown, with dancers as naiads cavorting around and in a swimming pool. HONORABLE MENTIONS..."

Jonelle Seitz's Top 10 Brave Dance Artists of 2016
The year revealed how much courage and inspiration can be found in Austin's masters of movement
Arts Story  December 29, 2016, by Jonelle Seitz
"...3) JENNIFER SHERBURN A reminder to keep moving: Her series of 11 performances in as many months continues into the new year...."

Five Arty Things to Do This Weekend: Sept. 8-10
Not so’s to overload your entertainment schedule or anything, right?
DAILY Arts  September 7, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...1) This? This is the finale, the terminus, the kinetic apotheosis of Jennifer Sherburn and Natalie George’s yearlong wonderment of a project, as 11:11:11 takes over parts of Carson Creek Ranch with 20 performers choreographed by Sherburn, preceded by a solo performance from Rosalyn Nasky (with a live score by Matthew Steinke and his robots ), and everything winding up as a groovalicious dance party out there in the roughly domesticated wilderness beneath the vault, the vault, the vault of heaven...."

SoundSpace: Downtown NYC 1960
Blanton Museum's music series turns the clock back to minimalism's early years in Manhattan
Arts Story  April 25, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...Parts of Young's seminal conceptual work Compositions 1960 will be performed by Jason Phelps (There Is a Happiness That Morning Is, The Intergalactic Nemesis). Riley's In C (1964) has been adapted into 22 minutes of juicy repetitions by the Invincible Czars, which they'll play for dancers performing choreography by Jennifer Sherburn (Rhododendron Descent)..."

Give 'Em a Hand
The nominees for the 2009 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 15, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...Jennifer Sherburn and David Yeakle, The Red Balloon..."

2007-2008 B. Iden Payne Award Nominations
The full list of honorees for the Austin Circle of Theatres' annual theatre honors
Arts Story  October 3, 2008
"...Justin Sherburn (The Red Balloon)..."

2008 Payne Awards Nominations
The full list of honorees for the Austin Circle of Theatres' annual theatre honors
Arts Story  October 3, 2008
"...Justin Sherburn (The Red Balloon)..."

Seven Wonders of the World (Plus One)
The Tongue and Groove Theatre gang have some serious fun with the disconnect between dreaming and waking life in their world premiere production of Seven Wonders of the World (Plus One), a 1940s-era suite of songs linked by spoken text, follows a dreamer across time and space to various landmarks of both the ancient world and the modern U.S.
Arts Review  March 22, 2002, by Robert Faires
"...The company provides other pleasures along the way: Anne-Marie Gordon's oversized pastel postcards on the stage floor and walls; Jennifer Sherburn's playful choreography; Peter Sukovaty's underlighting, casting big, dreamy shadows across the wall; beefy Mick D'Arcy as Cupid and lean Taylor Maddux as the Pharaoh's cruel slavedriver; Sükryie Yüksel and Star Costumes' colorful outfits, from Egyptian maidens to the Empire State Building; Mark Stewart's sweetly oblivious dreamer -- the only one who doesn't seem to know he's in a show...."

Critics Table Tops at 25
The nominees for the 2016-17 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 22, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Short Work “Black is the New Black,” Oluwaseun Samuel Olayiwola “Camille: A Story of Art and Love,” Jennifer Hart “Dear Johnny, in Response to Your Last Letter,” Lisa Nicks “panning_memory,” Jennifer Sherburn “Planets,” Michelle Thompson Ulerich “Slowness,” Jun Shen “Tikling(bird),” Alexa Capareda..."

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