Frank Erwin Center
"...On the other hand, if you’re considering the effects of sexual pleasure within a context of humor, then this showcase from comedians Ella Gale and Katie Stone is what you want to be checking out real soon...."
"...Anyway, Calvin, in his daily ritual of picking up bottles of bourbon from the local grocery store, strikes up a friendship with Produce (DeSanctis), a young man with Down syndrome whose love of his job has reforged his very name. The two develop a relationship, wherein Produce’s love of life, fruits and vegetables, and the tenets of Christianity melt the stone that was once the heart and soul of Calvin..."
"...They may distribute individual cassette recorders with pre-recorded tapes directing you to the location of a performance, as they did in their FronteraFest 2000 piece Slabber. They may offer you a one-of-a-kind souvenir of the performance: a folded piece of paper on which is printed a unique poem or story, or a penny or hand-painted stone that you dig out of a suitcase filled with earth...."
"...After a sold-out run in 2017, the talented team returns to build an entire improv show around actual ads from the site. To kick things off, the entire cast (Dave Buckman, Kelly Campbell, Shane Gannaway, Tyler Groce, Ronnita Miller, Frank Sanchez, Nathan Sowell, and Katie Stone) base rapid-fire scenes from the first actual ad of the evening – most of which ramble, barely coherently, about things they saw or things they'd do to the intended recipient, and often make the audience cringe and groan at the fact humans like this actually exist..."
"...The show is written and performed by Ashley Blom, Laura de la Fuente, Jake Garrison, Mason Kerwick, Katie Stone, Javier Ungo, and Luke Wallens. Horvath, a Second City alum, both created and directed (Not) the Gayest with assistant direction from Matt Needles..."
"...And we swear we didn’t set this up, and they swear they didn’t consult beforehand or something – there's no Trump-and-the-Russians bullshit going on here – but we asked the same question of Katie Stone, who stars with Erica Lies in the bro-skewering Menenists show on Friday night, and she said: “From out of town, I’m very excited to see the UCB: Characters Welcome showcase. However, I'm most excited about local shows, namely Sure Thing Presents: Duncan Carson..."
"...The Austin Film Festival has already made some big announcements, but the reveal today of their full feature lineup for 2016 saved the biggest for last. The list includes new features starring Bryan Cranston, Jennifer Garner, Patton Oswalt, Emma Stone, and Ryan Gosling, plus a special talk with legendary producer Frank Marshall...."
"...Expect social commentary, giggles, and glitter. Written and performed by: Nichole Bennett, Laura de la Fuente, Jake Garrison, Mason Kerwick, Katie Stone, Javier Ungo, and Luke Wallens..."
"...3) Speaking of societal bullshit, you might want to check your righteous male sensitivity at the Spider House Ballroom door this weekend – before paying witness to what kind of show Katie Stone, Erica Lies, and Tauri Law-Phillips have concocted from the raw material of men’s rights activism. But, no, although you’ll probably be grinning like a fool at the sharp antics of The Menenists, it’s – listen, it’s okay to cry, too, right? It’s human, okay? Okay, bro? You – hey, you alright, man?..."
"...Katie Stone, comedian: Personally, I see him as a president who disrespects important separations of power (and free press) in order to execute his own personal vision – one built on revoking important strides toward racial and economic equality in order to further pad the coffers of the über-rich and appease the privileged class...."
"...Last year, site contributor Valerie Lopez added an interview-based podcast to its repertoire. With what she calls a "Terry Gross-like fascination with people's lives offstage," she and fellow interviewer Lara Smith have geeked out over math with Matthew Broussard, talked metalworking with Enzo Priesnitz (a comic and trained blacksmith), and learned the secret to mastering comedy from Katie Stone..."
"...No wonder: the film's producers include Magic Stone Productions' Michael and Lindsay Stephenson, of Best Worst Movie fame, and, in his debut role as Line Producer, the Alamo Drafthouse's own Zack "I don't even know what a Line Producer does!" Carlson. The film is in fact shooting in Carlson's own house, current residence of Mondo overlord Justin Ishmael..."
"...SWAMP DOGG: Don't ever count on Swamp Dogg to join the genteel, ain't-nothin'-but-a-party crowd at the House of Blues. His excellent, 25-year career retrospective Fuck the Bomb, Stop the Drugs (Pointblank Classic/Virgin) proves that point without even striking a note. Dogg's iconoclastic life view and musical identity have taken him from the swamp rhythms of Muscle Shoals to the funk of Henry Stone's Miami to the old-school hip-hop of the Bronx and back again..."
"...That play is two couples in 1883 in Minneapolis. It's a couple from the North, the husband of which is employed building an actual bridge in Minneapolis, which is called the Stone Arch Bridge..."
"...Artist of the Year Photography: Barry Stone..."
"...Stone Barn Castle Director: Kevin Ford, Adrien Brody Stone Barn Castle is a documentary portrayal of the pursuit of dreams and the distance one must travel to achieve them. (World Premiere)..."
"...Within months, small-scale breweries sprung up faster than local drinkers could keep up. Waterloo Brewing Company, the state's first brewpub, opened for business in the sparsely developed Warehouse District - followed closely by The Bitter End, Copper Tank Brewing Company, Armadillo Brewing Company, and the Stone House Brewery..."
"...The stone sat alone in its solitude. A...."
"...You pull into a parking spot on the front lawn and gaze serenely upon a building that reminds you of many Texas guest inns. You note the standard front porch and graying stone..."
"...GET REAL D: Simon Shore; with Ben Silverstone, Brad Gorton, Charlotte Brittain...."