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The Three Scrooges
Three different stage versions of 'A Christmas Carol' are playing this season, and one of them is sure to please the discriminating Dickens-lover in your household
Arts Story  December 3, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...Michelle Polgar directs David Stahl as the miser who's as solitary as an oyster. For fresh and spicy Scrooge, you want the Vortex, where one-man theatre company Rob Nash is premiering his solo take on the tale, which sounds like the all-star film version Hollywood didn't have the nerve to make back in the day..."

Real Estate and Perfect Mates
The Year in Austin Culture
Arts Story  January 5, 2001, by Robi Polgar
"...4. Katherine Catmull in How I Learned to Drive (Subterranean Theatre Company/ State Theater Company) and Body and Soul (Subterranean Theatre Company), Dan Bisbee in Fractured Greeks (VORTEX Repertory Company), Greg Gondek in Bleacher Bums (Subterranean Theatre Company), and Paul Norton in Closer (Zachary Scott Theatre Center) It isn't as if this group of actors has been unusually exceptional this year..."

'The Dragonfly Queen'
Composer Chad Salvata takes his Dragonfly Princess to the next stage of her evolution
Arts Story  August 28, 2009, by Robert Faires


Most Valuable Players
A Guide to Austin Stage Actors
Arts Story  September 28, 2001
"...MVP for: Vortex Repertory Company..."

Postscripts
Thinning the Herd
Books Column  September 11, 1998, by Clay Smith
"...Jay's contributions to Austin theatre were varied, both on and offstage. He appeared as an actor in Amadeus, the Texas Young Playwrights Festival, Easy Does the Stars (for Capitol City Playhouse), Woman in Mind, Black Coffee (for Different Stages), Scenes From an Execution (for The Public Domain), The Baltimore Waltz, Murder at the Planet (for VORTEX Repertory Company), and, his final project, the VORTEX Summer Youth Theatre production of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities..."

Articulations
In Memoriam
Arts Column  August 22, 1997, by Robert Faires
"...Jay's contributions to Austin theatre were varied, both on and offstage. He appeared as an actor in Amadeus, the Texas Young Playwrights Festival, Easy Does the Stars (for Capitol City Playhouse), Woman in Mind, Black Coffee (for Different Stages), Scenes From an Execution (for The Public Domain), The Baltimore Waltz, Murder at the Planet (for VORTEX Repertory Company), and, his final project, the VORTEX Summer Youth Theatre production of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities..."

To Boldly Go Where No Opera Has Gone Before Opera: The Next Generation
Arts Story  December 22, 1995
"...According to Salvata and Bonnie Cullum, who is directing the VORTEX Repertory Company production, The Black Blood is unquestionably an opera. In form, the work fits squarely into the operatic tradition..."

Positively Operatic
The Year in Austin Culture
Arts Story  January 7, 2000, by Robi Polgar
"...5. A Kind of Alaska (Subterranean Theatre Company) This remarkable and disturbing production, more than any other I saw this year, left an indelible mark on me..."

T. J. Gaudette
Arts Column  November 17, 1995
"...Gaudette had been battling AIDS for some time. Gaudette had ties throughout the theatre community but was most closely identified with VORTEX Repertory Company, for whom he worked as an actor (Nightsweat), a stage manager (The Baltimore Waltz), and a scene designer (Steel Kiss, Post Post Porn Modernist, Wisdom of the Crone, Free Will and Wanton Lust)..."

Top 10 Pratfalls of 2006, Plus Some Shining Examples of Physical Comedy
Arts Story  January 5, 2007, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...1) Gabriel McIver's crash in Vaudeville Vanya (St. Idiot Collective) The entire company danced with teacups on their heads in Chekhov's masterwork..."

Cream of the Crop
Nominations for the 2005-2006 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 19, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...American Fiesta, State Theater Company..."

Nominations for the 2004-2005 B. Iden Payne Awards
A complete list of all Payne Award nominees.
Arts Story  August 19, 2005
"...Trail of Tears: Walking the Choctaw Road, Ballet Austin/Pollyanna Theatre Company..."

2010 B. Iden Payne Awards
Four shows took home nearly half the honors at this year's ceremony
Arts Story  November 12, 2010, by Robert Faires
"...An awkward silence fell every time a winner from Chaperone was named. And it wasn't until the last prize was announced that anyone even affiliated with production company Zach Theatre – two cast members from its production of Rent – stepped forward to accept on Zach's behalf...."

The Way We Were
On the eve of his move to New York City, playwright and Austin Script Works Artistic Director John Walch reflects on the development of Austin's theatre scene during his time here.
Arts Story  December 13, 2002, by Molly Beth Brenner
"...This kind of change has also happened with the larger theatres. When I got here, Live Oak Theatre didn't even have a home, and now it's the State Theater Company and part of Austin Theatre Alliance...."

Seen / Soon: Jan. 12
Stepping into the richly crafted cartoon world of the Haas Brothers and honoring Dr. King on his day with a Poetry Open Mic
Arts Column  January 11, 2018


Renaissance Austin’s My Big Fat Bahookie
Lorella Loftus’ really funny new play preaches that everybody’s got back, and that’s just great
Arts Review  April 27, 2017, by T. Lynn Mikeska


Reina Hardy
For this Michener Playwriting Fellow, autumn brings local premieres of two of her plays
Arts Story  August 30, 2013, by Robert Faires


Elizabeth: Heart of a King
Lorella Loftus' ambitious new bio-play boasts strong performances by the three women portraying the Virgin Queen
Arts Review  January 18, 2013, by Jillian Owens


The Neovagina Monologues: Tales of transformation
UT RTF professor Sandy Stone takes the stage to tell stories from the lives of transgendered individuals
Arts Story  November 30, 2007, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...Bonnie Cullum, Vortex Repertory Company's producing artistic director, says she and Stone talked about presenting a show for more than a year, but they had to wait until schedules lined up. "I thought it was really bizarre that Sandy hadn't done another show before [in Austin]..."

Articulations
Comedy venues the Velveeta Room and Capital City Comedy Club get new leases on life, solo theatre artist Rob Nash gets roasted, and Dreamgirl Jennifer Holliday comes to Austin.
Arts Column  February 21, 2003, by Robert Faires
"...about him. The Vortex Repertory Company is roasting Rob, with folks such as Vortex Artistic Director Bonnie Cullum, stand-up comic John Bednarz, brothers Mike, Bodie, and Reagan Nash, and yours truly, verbally raking him over the coals at the Vortex, 2307 Manor Rd., at 8pm, Saturday, Feb..."

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