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Steve Stockman Finally Shuts Up
Congressman is mum about business ventures
DAILY News  November 26, 2013, by Brandon Watson
"...Among the more curious entities, mostly dissolved, are Cherokee Solutions, Fallen Angel, the Radio Underground Network, and Friends of Congressman Stockman. None of those ventures seem to actually conduct business, although the Presidential Trust Foundation did briefly raise money for a seemingly unfilmed documentary: TWISTED - Exposing Michael Moore ...."

'The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs'
Monologist Mike Daisey takes a slightly different bite of the Apple
Arts Story  September 7, 2012, by Andrew Long
"...As such, the monologue propels audiences to question issues not normally addressed onstage. Think of Daisey as a theatrical Michael Moore, a town crier in the body of Family Guy's hyper-animated Peter Griffin, and you'll have a close approximation..."

Understanding Islam
Steve Moore's latest play makes a pilgrimage to the truth of a misunderstood faith
Arts Story  November 10, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...So it wasn't much of a stretch for Ev Lunning Jr., artistic director of the Mary Moody Northen Theatre, to call up local playwright Steve Moore to talk about writing a politically oriented play for the theatre. And it wasn't even a stretch for Lunning to want to explore Islam..."

Terminal Stage
With 'Adam Sultan,' playwright Steve Moore again reflects on friendship and mortality in Austin
Arts Story  April 5, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Killing off the entire theatre community might sound like a ghoulish prank – wish fulfillment on the part of an embittered dramatist who's suffered one too many script rejections – or a satiric takedown of our town's pretentious thespians, that is, until you consider the source. Playwright Steve Moore is about the last person in the theatre community who'd want to mow down his peers and sow salt on their graves..."

Agnes & Alfred: A Relationship Forged in Fire
Steve Moore and Carlos Treviño's Physical Plant Theatre Returns
DAILY Chronolog  September 24, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...The last time Physical Plant Theatre produced a show written by Steve Moore and directed by Carlos Treviño, it brought us Not Clown, a bizarre world in which clowns are tortured and circuses banned and a renegade troupe enacts the story of a girl who longs for their outlawed life – even as the girl's father commits atrocities on the State's behalf...."

Julianne Moore and Ellen Page are adrift in this gay-rights drama
Film Review  October 16, 2015, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Peter Sollett. Starring: Julianne Moore, Ellen Page, Michael Shannon, Steve Carell, Josh Charles, Luke Grimes, Gabriel Luna, Kelly Deadmon, Mary Birdsong and Dennis Boutsikaris...."

Rattling Our Stage
A Survey of Austin's Rebel Theatre Scene
Arts Story  April 10, 1998
"...A company that sacrifices narrative to create theatrical poetry, drama that's less about making you think and more about making you feel, in some deeply intuitive way beyond logic. Artistic director Steve Moore leads the way, generating scripts which do indeed tell stories but in the disjointed, surreal manner of dreams, defying rationality and reality yet compelling in rich -- often richly symbolic -- imagery: a large cylinder of blue liquid, a skeletal woman with red roses for eyes..."

When You Pause the Heart of an Eagle and Can Feel Its Fear
Steve Moore's smartphone thriller for Fusebox comes to an end.
DAILY Arts  October 22, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Welcome to Computer Simulation of the Ocean, the most recent wonderment from Steve Moore and Physical Plant, begun as part of Fusebox Festival 2014 and drawing to its conclusion, six months and umpteen dozen text messages from three different numbers later, just last week...."

The Joneses
David Duchovny and Demi Moore star in this partially successful comedy about consumer culture that turns uncomfortably moralistic part way through.
Film Review  April 16, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Derrick Borte. Starring: David Duchovny, Demi Moore, Amber Heard, Ben Hollingsworth, Gary Cole, Glenne Headly and Lauren Hutton..."

What Maisie Knew
Young Maisie’s divorced parents are negligent, not cruel, in this contemporary take on the novel by Henry James from the co-directors of the Deep End.
Film Review  July 12, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...Directed by: Scott McGehee and David Siegel. Starring: Onata Aprile, Julianne Moore, Steve Coogan, Alexander Skarsgård and Joanna Vanderham...."

Hang the DJ
The new political theatre invites you into its messy, sexy conversation
Arts Story  January 20, 2006, by Katherine Catmull
"...Of course, there's more to it than kicking down walls. Playwright Steve Moore says, "At its best, political theatre takes the world we live in, lifts it off the ground, and sets it down whole on different pilings." Moore wrote Nightswim (produced by the State Theater Company in 2004), a curious, slightly surreal, and entirely beautiful piece about Roy Bedichek, J..."

Applause! Applause!
Austin Critics Table nominations, 2004-2005
Arts Story  May 27, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...Christina J. Moore, Metamorphoses..."

Crazy, Stupid, Love.
This generally appealing romantic comedy is occasionally ungainly, but its sensational cast breezily flicks away most distractions.
Film Review  July 29, 2011, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Glenn Ficarra and John Requa. Starring: Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Jonah Bobo, Marisa Tomei, Kevin Bacon, Analeigh Tipton and John Carroll Lynch..."

Kneeling Down at Noon
The Mary Moody Northen Theatre's Kneeling Down at Noon is a thoughtful and deeply humane drama that considers the way Islam informs the lives and actions of various characters
Arts Review  November 17, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...At a street cafe in Damascus, we watch the secret police confiscate the manuscript of an anti-government novel and intimidate its elderly author and also the owner of a nearby newsstand, his wife, and the liberal journalist with whom she's working on an exposé of Syria's treatment of the Kurds. Even though playwright Steve Moore shows us little in the way of explicit violence, the potential for it hangs heavily in the air, notably in the behavior of chief government goon Omar, played with sly menace by Duncan Coe..."

The Kindermann Depiction
In The Kindermann Depiction, Physical Plant Theater's Steve Moore and director Carlos Trevino have created two worlds, one flooded with leaves, one made of cloth, that are full of strange wonders. We wouldn't want to live there; but our lives are much enriched by having paid a visit.
Arts Review  May 10, 2002, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Intrigued? Little way to be otherwise. This complex, living tableau, envisioned by Physical Plant Theater's Steve Moore and directed by Carlos Trevino, lit to perfect moods by Stephen Pruitt, draws us in with its precise arrangements of interdependence and its gently elusive chains of internal logic..."

Carl Reiner: The Interview
On 'The Dick Van Dyke Show,' Mary Tyler Moore, and Mel
DAILY Screens  April 4, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...Two days before his 92nd birthday, Carl Reiner is showing no signs of slowing down. On this Tuesday, March 18, the comedy legend is making phones calls around the country to discuss a new DVD release related to one of his finest and funniest creations, The Dick Van Dyke Show: Classic Mary Tyler Moore Episodes...."

Not Clown
Physical Plant Theater becomes the latest Austin company to get a run in New York City when it takes its darkly comic political play 'Not Clown' to Soho Rep
Arts Story  March 3, 2006, by Barry Pineo
"...Back in 1992, Steve Moore moved to Austin from Chicago and, with a couple of friends from college, founded Physical Plant Theater. Since then, Physical Plant has produced some of the most memorable theatre in Central Texas, such as Anna Bella Eema, The Kindermann Depiction, and, most recently, Not Clown, an impressive, darkly comedic take on violence, bigotry, and paranoia first produced at the Off Center in the fall of 2004..."

Top 10 Most Memorable Theatrical Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2004 (A Hierarchical List)
Barry Pineo lists his favorite stage productions of 2004
Arts Story  January 7, 2005, by Barry Pineo
"...Directed by Christina J. Moore...."

From Heaven to the Springs
'Nightswim' moves Barton Springs from history to literature
News Story  October 15, 2004, by Michael King
"...Naked City paid a visit to Barton Springs on Congress Saturday night – or at least a fictional version of that oasis, imagined in playwright Steve Moore's Nightswim, a world premiere production by the State Theater Company. The 90-minute one-act re-creates the springs via the friendship of the original Austin scholarly triumvirate – historian Walter Prescott Webb, folklorist J..."

Land of 1,000 Dramas
Arts Story  March 11, 1999
"...Not surprisingly, the mutability of the playing space attracts other theatre and dance companies to play here, especially those giving birth to original material. Past Premieres: The Speaker Speaks (Clay Nichols), The Whimsy (Steve Moore), Crucks (Kirk Lynn), Flame Failure (Dan Bonfitto), American Arcana (Cyndi Williams), Blood:Shock:Boogie (Daniel Alexander Jones)..."

Agnes and Alfred
A beautiful play that lightly traces the journey of two well-meaning, imperfect people
Arts Review  October 5, 2012, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...The newest play from writer Steve Moore and Physical Plant Theater does something remarkable. In Agnes and Alfred, exceptionally painful and ugly moments from the human experience are laid bare, yet with such tenderness that it's still fully watchable...."

The Last Song
Miley Cyrus steps out of her Hannah Montana comfort zone to play a rebellious teen in this Nicholas Sparks melodrama.
Film Review  April 2, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Marked by her bubbly and assertive presence, smiley Miley is not the best choice to play The Last Song’s rebellious and conflicted Ronnie. No doubt hoping that her appearance in this Sparks melodrama would do for her career what it did for a young singer named Mandy Moore in 2002’s A Walk to Remember, Cyrus unfortunately proves to be a bad fit for the form..."

History and friendship are the fulcrum on which Nightswim balances Steve Moore's impressionistic, profound look at famous friends Roy Bedichek, Frank Dobie, and Walter Webb
Arts Review  October 22, 2004, by Barry Pineo
"...History and friendship are the fulcrum on which the play Nightswim balances. Local playwright Steve Moore focuses on the present and the future by looking at Austin's past through the eyes of three great and famous friends: Roy Bedichek, J..."

Not Clown
You're not likely to enter a world as uniquely weird and vibrant as that of Physical Plant Theater's 'Not Clown' any time soon
Arts Review  August 20, 2004, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Or, rather, ensued. Co-creators Carlos Treviño and Steve Moore have chosen to place their play within a play, and so what we see is Linda and the clowns, post-liberation, restaging the story of the passing of the Clown Act and its effect on the wacky greasepainters of Biggabink Circus..."

The Whimsy:dream on
Arts Review  March 27, 1998
"...This is the world of The Whimsy, and it lives in the way a dream lives -- in a space we know yet don't know, out of time yet in it, full of the fantastic and peculiar and enigmatic -- and it has a dream's vivid wonders to share. Physical Plant Theater Artistic Director Steve Moore, with assistance from nine other artists, has written a fanciful romance full of talking animals, singing moons, mystery women (and men), and other unconventional figures who..."

An Arabian Midsummer Night's Dream
Tongue and Groove Theatre and Ararat Restaurant launch a new outdoor theatre space with some belly-dancing, scimitar-wielding Shakespeare:'An Arabian Midsummer Night's Dream'
Arts Story  July 21, 2006, by Hannah Kenah
"...DY: The Arabian theme seemed just right for the show and perfect for Ararat. I briefly consulted with our pal, Steve Moore, on some dramaturgical issues..."

Break that bulletin board over my head, please
Books Column  July 2, 2004, by Shawn Badgley
"...A something-for-very-nearly-everyone week at BookPeople begins tonight, Thursday, July 1, with the Texas Monthly Author Series' presentation of John Graves reading from and signing Myself and Strangers: A Memoir of Apprenticeship (read playwright Steve Moore's interview with Graves). On Monday, July 5, Michael Patrick Welch brings the bizarrely excellent The Donkey Show (Equator Books, $13.95, paper) to town from New Orleans; reading and signing supplemented with the author's "stories and sketchy electronic R&B music under the name The White Bitch." Two days later, on Wednesday, July 7, it's the Horses show, sort of, starring author and Chronicle contributor Melanie Haupt as the music critic who dares dis the Patti Smith album..."

1995 Austin Critics' Table Nominations
Arts Story  May 12, 1995
"...Digi-Glo, Steve Moore..."

Gold n' George's For a Limited Time Only
In this lighthearted show, Natalie George, Heloise Gold, and their collaborators reacted to current events by exploring, inventing, playing
Arts Review  June 21, 2018, by Jonelle Seitz
"...The second section was a solo for Gold, created with Steve Moore and directed by Jason Phelps. After introducing a simple tune on a melodica (the toy-looking instrument with a little keyboard and a mouthpiece), Gold launched into a sustained song-and-dance, meandering like a child's improvised song, about a childhood friendship..."

The 25th Annual Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest
The lowdown on the 2017 submissions, judges, 10 finalists, and the prize-winning stories
Arts Story  June 8, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Steve Moore co-founded Physical Plant Theater in 1994 and has written most of its shows. Among his plays are Nightswim and The Kindermann Depiction, both recipients of the Austin Critics Table's David Mark Cohen New Play Award, and the text play Computer Simulation of the Ocean..."

Katherine Catmull at the Texas Teen Book Festival
Like a fairy in her YA novel The Radiant Road, Katherine Catmull keeps transforming the mundane into lovely art
Arts Story  September 29, 2016, by Rosalind Faires
"...Right now, I am working on a fascinating project commissioned by Physical Plant Theater: a piece that takes place over several months on your phone, entirely in text messages, using the characters from Summer and Bird. Steve Moore, Physical Plant's artistic director, is a superb playwright and superb dramaturge, and I am learning so much from him and this process about story and structure..."

Guide to Austin Improv
The venues, events, troupes, and individuals who have transformed Austin into a "Yes, and" boomtown
Arts Story  August 25, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...This critically and popularly celebrated group – Pgraph for short – has been together since 2005 when it scored a weekly gig at ColdTowne Theater. Known for long-form narratives that incorporate cosplay levels of genre costumery – French Farce, Dickens Unleashed, Screwball Comedy, and Reverend Goodman's Cure-All Elixir Traveling Revue – the quartet harvests stories from tried-and-true formats while also stretching the boundaries of improv, as in their collaboration with theatre artist Steve Moore's Physical Plant company..."

2016 Austin Critics Table Awards
PHOTO GALLERY  May 26, 2016
"...Steve Moore of Physical Plant accepts the Outside the Box (and String) Award with Parallelogramophonograph's Roy Janik and Kaci Beeler at the 2016 Austin Critics Table Awards on May 23, 2016...."

The 24th Annual Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest
The lowdown on the 2015 submissions, judges, 10 finalists, and the prize-winning stories
Arts Story  February 18, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Steve Moore co-founded Physical Plant Theater in 1994 and has written most of its shows. Among his plays are Nightswim and The Kindermann Depiction, both recipients of the Austin Critics Table's David Mark Cohen New Play Award, and the text play Computer Simulation of the Ocean..."

Unfinished Business
The 23rd annual Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest
Arts Story  February 26, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...STEVE MOORE co-founded Physical Plant Theater in 1994 and has written most of its shows. Among his plays are Nightswim and The Kindermann Depiction, both recipients of the Austin Critics Table's David Mark Cohen New Play Award; Adam Sultan; and the text play Computer Simulation of the Ocean..."

The Guest
With their follow-up to You're Next, filmmakers Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett prove the new kings of indie horror movies.
Film Review  September 26, 2014, by Marc Savlov
"...With performances that are uniformly excellent across the board, a nervy and nerve-wracking sense of suspense, and the whole idea of Halloween in a desert town (none of John Carpenter’s trademarked “dry leaves blowing down the sidewalk” here), The Guest is a slow-burn nail-biter that recalls – in a good way — Eighties slasher films, small-town terrors, the early work of James Cameron and, yep, John Carpenter’s heyday as well. Even Steve Moore’s synth-heavy score and the diegetic soundtrack choices help establish the film’s Eighties-era debts...."

Top 10 Reasons I Stayed in Love With Theatre in 2013
Austin thespians played for keeps, with boundless commitment and imagination, in the year's most memorable theatre
Arts Story  January 3, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...9) 'ADAM SULTAN' (Physical Plant) We all died at the hands of playwrights Steve Moore and Zeb West in this extraordinary meditation on mortality and community. It imagined one man's efforts to memorialize Austin's theatre artists as they pass over time and did so with humor and grace...."

Top 10 Creative Things I Lucked Into in 2013
Remembering the year thick with superlative works of art onstage and in galleries
Arts Story  January 3, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...8) Steve Moore and 'ADAM SULTAN' (Physical Plant) gave the Austin theatre scene an intimate view of itself with this heartfelt hall of mirrors, casting community stalwart Adam Sultan in the title role as a man who spends the increasingly lonely decades of his life commemorating all his creative friends who die as the years go by...."

The Q&A Hole: What's One Good Thing About Death?
With Marc Savlov, Steve Moore, Elizabeth Doss, Ken Webster, and more
DAILY Chronolog  April 8, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...In which, this week, we asked a few people to name one good thing about death. And the macabre subject brought the usual mix of quips and explorations our changing roster of respondents are wont to proffer – including one by the current, ah, champion of Death in this town: playwright Steve Moore, whose mortality-driven Adam Sultan continues to pack 'em in at Salvage Vanguard Theater …..."

All Over Creation: Crossbred and Circuses
Fusebox's hybrid artworks get more exhilarating as they get more innovative
Arts Column  May 11, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...Bottled-in-Bond: The Decline and Fall of a Thug as Told in Five Drinks left me likewise light-headed, and not just from the blue-chip cocktails crafted by Bar Congress' Jason Stevens. It was the way scent and taste unexpectedly played with my other senses just as we audience members played with one another when actor Zeb West conscripted us from our bar stools to act out the sweetly goofy Damon Runyon romance he and Steve Moore had concocted..."

Fusebox Festival
Beaming down to Fusebox and charging it up are Captain Kirk and the King
Arts Story  April 27, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...(For details, see "Experimental/Experiential," Screens, p.45.) And if you're hungry for art and food, be advised that Fusebox is dishing up another serving of its Digestible Feats series, where artists collaborate with chefs and mixologists for your aesthetic and gustatory pleasure. You can sample the fusion of Italian cooking and music with composer Graham Reynolds and chef Lucky Sibilia; slug down a noir drama told in five craft cocktails with playwrights Steve Moore and Zeb West, and bartender Jason Stevens; and taste a dessert newly imagined by writer David Fruchter, painter Kaci Beeler, and chef Jodi Elliott, among other delectations..."

Small Audiences, Large Souls
At the Fusebox Festival, size matters, but that doesn't always mean 'big'
Arts Story  April 22, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...The festival is bringing the culinary arts into its cross-disciplinary mix of collaborations with Digestible Feats, a series in which mixologists and chefs are paired with writers, musicians, actors, sound engineers, and even graphic designers to craft experiences that engage taste, smell, and touch in tandem with sight and hearing. The participants include bartenders Adam Bryan (Bar Congress), Houston Eaves (East Side Show Room), Josh Loving (Fino), and Jason Stevens (the Tigress); chefs Sonya Coté (East Side Show Room), Jason Donoho (Fino), Julio-Cesar Florez (La Sombra), and Eric Ting (East Side King); playwright Steve Moore (Nightswim); actor Zeb L..."

Just in Time for Nader '08
Henriette Mantel and Steve Skrovan on An Unreasonable Man
Screens Story  February 23, 2007, by Shawn Badgley
"...The idea of Nader as rakish noir hero is reinforced; the tragedy of how he's been betrayed by everyone from his former Raiders ("angry and sad," is how U.S. Public Interest Research Group Executive Director Gene Karpinski describes himself) to the likes of Michael Moore and Susan Sarandon is hammered in; and his greatest hits as a Sixties and Seventies rock star are replayed for a new generation, as the filmmakers spoke to via e-mail...."

State Theater Company: Kanoff Terminated
Just two weeks into what was to be his sixth season with the State Theater Company, Scott Kanoff was booted from his job as producing artistic director
Arts Story  October 28, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...The closest came in 2004 with Jaston Williams' stage memoir I'm Not Lying, which enjoyed repeat runs and prompted a sequel, Cowboy Noises, scheduled to close the current season. Most often, however, it seemed that no matter what dramatic material Kanoff offered – and even over five abbreviated seasons, he presented an impressive range of material, from Shakespeare and Shaw to Broadway hits and a slew of new plays, including several Austin-penned premieres, such as I'm Not Lying, John Walch's The Dinosaur Within, Steve Moore's Nightswim, and the current American Fiesta, by Steven Tomlinson – it just missed finding its audience...."

Conference Confluence
Austin hosts not one, but two national conferences on the arts the same weekend in June
Arts Story  June 10, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...Leading the Charge collects culture mavens from across the country – e.g., guru of the moment Malcolm Gladwell, author of The Tipping Point and the newly released Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking; Ad Council CEO Peggy Conlon; choreographer Donald Byrd – and brings them to Austin to offer models for success (along with such nods to homegrown successes as musician Alejandro Escovedo and co-founder of SXSW and this very paper, Editor Louis Black). Austin Live, on the other hand, finds its models in the city where it's meeting, with a keynote address from former mayor Kirk Watson and presentations from arts companies such as Salvage Vanguard Theater and the Rude Mechanicals, individual artists such as Steve Moore, Sharon Bridgforth, and Yacov Sharir, and journalistic interlopers such as, well, the guy typing this...."

Austin Playwrights
The playwrights of Austin Script Works are continuing to gain ground in their takeover of the American theatre
Arts Story  January 28, 2005
"...Steve Moore's Nightswim, which premiered at the State Theater last fall, is a finalist for the American Theatre Critics Association/Steinberg New Play Award. Back in Minnesota, both Carson Kreitzer, who received an ATCA/Steinberg New Play Award citation in 2004 for The Love Song of J..."

Culture Flash!
Clowns picket Physical Plant, Mills takes the prize in Montreal, Steakley mixes up some 'Tuna' in Louisville, and Salvage Vanguard wants you to join their party
Arts Column  August 27, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...A flash mob of clowns? That's Carlos Treviño's story, and he's sticking to it. The co-creator (with Steve Moore) of the current Physical Plant Theater show Not Clown reports that just before last Saturday night's performance, approximately 30 folks in full greasepaint and fright wigs showed up outside the Off Center and began waving picket signs and chanting slogans along the lines of "Clown Power!" and "Clowns are people, too!" Treviño claims to have "no idea" who they were and that "they disappeared into their clown bus before we could ask," but someone conveniently had a camera on hand to capture the event..."

Leading off the new year with good news: an arts success story from the Paradox Players and grants for Austin artists from the NEA.
Arts Column  January 9, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...2, 2004). No layoffs have yet taken place, and the status of the remaining shows in the season (Steve Moore's Nightswim and Two Pianos, Four Hands) is still under discussion..."

Playing Around With the Evil Empire
The Rude Mechanicals go Russian with a play -- well, a performance piece -- umm -- a performance collage -- well, '300 Plays About Vladimir Putin.'
Arts Story  December 12, 2003, by Barry Pineo
"...Playing around? The Rude Mechanicals playing around? Actors like Lana Lesley, Lowell Bartholomee, and Judson Jones just playing around? A couple of dozen playwrights, including Cyndi Williams and Steve Moore, supplying raw material for Robert Fisher to play around with?..."

Two theatre companies may have to cancel shows if they don't raise funds by a certain date; ACoT gets down to business; and Hogg Auditorium is headed for a makeover.
Arts Column  November 21, 2003, by Robert Faires
"...Send donations to: PO Box 683, Austin, TX 78767-0683. Meanwhile, the State Theater Company is working to save its scheduled premiere of Nightswim, Steve Moore's poetic drama about the rare friendship of Roy Bedichek, J..."

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