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Unveiling Umlauf's Process
Exhibit designers discuss re-creating the sculptor's studio
DAILY Arts  July 27, 2016, by Mary Cantrell
"...But "the gardens are really just the tip of the iceberg. They don’t really show how much work he actually made,” says Stephanie Busing, one of the designers of the museum's silver anniversary exhibit..."

Salvage Vanguard Theater's With Great Difficulty Alice Sits
Hannah Kenah's new play presents an unsettling battle of wills between a mother and daughter before birth
Arts Review  November 17, 2016, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...Under the direction of SVT Artistic Director Jenny Larson, actors proceed from moment to moment deliberately, with silences given significant weight. Visual elements are stacked to create a sense of teetering on the edge of change: gusts of autumn leaves blow into the house when characters open the front door; Alice's pregnant belly grows to ridiculous proportions; family pictures are positioned just so on one wall of the home which eventually cracks (set design by Stephanie Busing)..."

'Church of the Passionate Cat'
Underbelly Theatre takes you down some delightfully mean streets in its immersive noir adventure
Arts Story  May 8, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...In March of 2013, a room that I was sitting in suddenly went dark, and I was whisked away into an underground world of runaway orphans, midnight circuses, complimentary muffins in strange rooms, and breakneck escapes through butcher-paper forests before being led up a winding staircase into a magical dance party. This thrillingly theatrical odyssey, titled Slip River, was devised for that year's Cohen New Works Festival by a quartet of the UT Department of Theatre & Dance's most enterprising and inventive students at the time – Katie Bender, Stephanie Busing, Abe Koogler, and Gabrielle Reisman..."

Goodnight Moon
Zach Theatre's production pleases and would be as pleasing to return to as Margaret Wise Brown's book
Arts Review  March 22, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Zach Theatre's production puts us right at home in the great green room. Stephanie Busing's set is a deeply satisfying re-creation of Clement Hurd's familiar illustrations, and it truly comes alive through the puppets created by Taylor Harrison and practical effects that make the cow crash into the moon and the bunny's bed buffet its inhabitant and strip its sheets by itself..."

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