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Three Guys, a Girl, and a Dog Named Friday
Austin film collective Jollyville Pictures on its ingredients for success
Screens Story  December 18, 2009, by Marc Savlov
"...It's a relatively gorgeous weekday afternoon, and I'm sitting in Spider House Patio Bar & Cafe with Dano Johnson and Don Swaynos; along with director Tate English and actor T. Lynn Mikeska, they make up the whole of the Jollyville Pictures collective..."

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
"...T. Lynn Mikeska, "An Open Letter"..."

The Long Now
Beth Burns' play has the seed of a unique love story, but it still needs developing
Arts Review  May 29, 2009, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...Tish (Shannon Grounds) is a twitchy file clerk who enjoys a special relationship with Time, embodied by an upstage shadow puppet and voiced by T. Lynn Mikeska..."

Brass Ring
Sequel to HIT. suffers from some trite dialogue, but hang on for that final twist
Arts Review  August 15, 2008, by Barry Pineo
"...That cast returns for this stand-alone sequel, with Kenneth Wayne Bradley, Joel Citty, and Weaver all reprising their roles as Ervin, Wyatt, and Asher, respectively, and adding T. Lynn Mikeska as Jazz..."

For the Love of Linko: Tears of a Clown
One Theatre Company has smartly produced Weldon Phillips' delightful, zippy, and merrily rakish play, an adult-oriented fable of love under the big top.
Arts Review  April 14, 2000, by Robi Polgar
"...T. Lynn Mikeska makes a divine heroine of Aerial, secretly fond of Linko, but not that secretly..."

Where Are They Now?
Cyndi Williams' play 'Where Are They Now?,' based on the Parker-Hulme murder case, is a true crime drama that isn't about who done it but who survives it
Arts Review  March 24, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...Grounds' Pauline, described as dowdy and disdained, is the darker, harder one, evident in both her dress – an unflattering charcoal gray sweater – and her eyes, which hold the jaded glare of the outsider, the kid who doesn't fit in and knows it. Mikeska's Juliet, meanwhile, said to be a natural beauty and child of privilege, is the picture of softness all over: creamy skin, fair hair, pink sweater, dreamy gaze..."

Cream of the Crop
Nominations for the 2005-2006 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 19, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...T. Lynn Mikeska, Where Are They Now?..."

An Idiot at FronteraFest
Diary of getting a homegrown 25-minute play onto the stage for Austin's biggest annual performance festival
Arts Story  February 9, 2017, by T. Lynn Mikeska


The Institution Theater's It Came From Your Brain
This improvised retro sci-fi monster movie may pique your curiosity enough that you’ll want to visit the “drive-in” more than once
Arts Review  October 27, 2016
"...– T. Lynn Mikeska..."

Gay Place
Buckle up pretty people cuz SXSW is rapidly descending
Columns  March 3, 2016, by Sarah Marloff
"...Directed by Lily Wolff with original music by T. Lynn Mikeska, the play stars nine women, five men, and 24 cross-gender roles..."

Gay Place
In the world of queer lady party-throwing, two years feels like a victory
Columns  February 25, 2016, by Sarah Marloff
"...Directed by Lily Wolff with original music by T. Lynn Mikeska, the play stars nine women, five men, and 24 cross-gender roles..."

Austin Power and Light
A guide to 10 new companies that are charging up Austin's theatre scene
Arts Story  June 16, 2006, by Elizabeth Cobbe


Top 10 Theatrical Treasures and Pleasures of 2006
Arts Story  January 5, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...9) Where Are They Now? (Shrewd Productions) From the same New Zealand murder that inspired the film Heavenly Creatures, playwright Cyndi Williams mined her own fascinating drama: a psychologically complex charting of the crime's effects on the women who committed it, with the pair vividly portrayed by Shannon Grounds and T. Lynn Mikeska, and the tension between them ratcheted up in riveting fashion...."

Film News
Paranoia runs deep-fried; plus, 'Elvis and Annabelle,' Troublemaker's future, and more
Screens Column  April 21, 2006, by Joe O'Connell


Smoke Gets in Your Mouth
Taylor
Food Story  May 20, 1999
"...Rudy Mikeska's (2)..."

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