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Zachary Scott Theatre Center: A stage for a diva
The new theatre being built by the Zachary Scott Theatre Center already has a name: the Karen Kuykendall Stage, in honor of the Austin native and award-winning performer
Arts Story  April 13, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...The new theatre being built by the Zachary Scott Theatre Center is still a few seasons away from its first opening night, but its stage already has a name: the Karen Kuykendall Stage, in honor of the Austin native who is to many in the city our one true diva. (And so she was named in the Chronicle's 1999 "Best of Austin" Critics Picks.) Kuykendall has a tremendous history as an artist and arts supporter – with Ballet Austin, singing cabaret with Sterling Price-McKinney, even performing with the Rude Mechanicals, and her efforts earned her a place in the Austin Arts Hall of Fame in 2004 – but she has a special spot at Zach, where she has performed regularly – and always with distinction – for decades..."

Chronicle Endorsements: Austin ISD and Austin Community College Boards
School’s in session
News Story  October 18, 2018, by The Chronicle Editorial Board
"...His opponent LaTisha Anderson is a passionate and qualified candidate, and someone Gordon has said would ably succeed him, but we hold reservations over the amount of time she would be able to commit to the full-time volunteer job. District 1 voters will best benefit from Gordon's experience and determination. [image-2-right] District 4: Zachary Price..."

On the Trustee Trail
AISD, ACC candidates talk money, equity
News Story  October 11, 2018, by Austin Sanders
"...The race to succeed retiring Julie Cowan in AISD's northwest D4 features Kristin Ashy, a former PTA president and member of the district's Facilities and Bond Planning Advisory Committee, and Zachary Price, a 20-year-old UT student whose run was prompted by the surge in youth activism flowing from the March for Our Lives movement...."

Election Coverage: Blowouts, Run-Offs in Education Elections
Anderson, Ashy, and a run-off at AISD
News Story  November 8, 2018, by Austin Sanders
"...In Northwest Austin's District 4, Kristin Ashy trounced 20-year-old Zachary Price by 33 points. The suburban district opted for Ashy, who has notable experience as a PTA president and member of the district's Facilities and Bond Planning Advisory Committee..."

Live Election Night Results & Updates
The latest from the polls and candidate watch parties
DAILY News  November 6, 2018, by News Staff
"...Price said he was disappointed in the early vote numbers, but is glad he has been able to get his message on sexual assault and mental health out. “Before I ran, candidates weren’t talking about those issues.”— Austin Sanders (@daustinsanders) November 7, 2018..."

Voting With Our Wallets
Pretty soon, you’re talking about real campaign money
DAILY News  October 31, 2018, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...In the Austin ISD races, Place 1’s Ted Gordon and LaTisha Anderson haven’t raised $5,000 combined, compared to the $35,000 combined total for Kristin Ashy and Zachary Price in Place 4. (Ashy’s raised more, but Price, who’s spent almost nothing, has the cash-on-hand advantage.) In the at-large Place 9 race, Arati Singh has outraised her two opponents, Sam Russo and Carmen Tilton, combined, but has spent far more than she’s raised, loaning herself $23,000 to bridge the gap..."

Election Ticker: The Final Countdown
Vote-pocalypse now!
News Story  November 1, 2018, by Mike Clark-Madison, Nina Hernandez, Chase Hoffberger, Michael King and Sarah Marloff
"...(The mailer appears targeted to active Democratic voters – of whom there are many in D1 – with a list of prominent party endorsers.) The TCDP itself, though, has neither endorsed Harding (or any other City Council candidate) nor paid for the mailer, which has a clear enough disclaimer from the Harding campaign. Both Harding and his successor as TCDP chair, Dyana Limon-Mercado, confirmed there's no funny business going on here; TCDP has endorsed Austin ISD Place 4 candidate Zachary Price and Austin Community College incumbent Julie Ann Nitsch......"

Club Endorsements
Who's backing whom in the Nov. 6 election
DAILY News  October 25, 2018
"...Zachary Price ENDORSEMENTS: Black Austin Democrats, Capital Area Progressive Democrats, Stonewall Democrats of Austin, Travis County Democratic Party, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers – Central Texas, Austin Young Democrats, Education Austin, Austin Central Labor Council, Texas Young Democrats, Liberal Austin Democrats, Austin Tejano Democrats, Austin Progressive Coalition, University Democrats, Central Austin Democrats At-Large District 9..."

Truncated Endorsements and Voting Info
For your pocket
News Story  October 18, 2018, by The Chronicle Editorial Board
"...District 4: Zachary Price..."

Election Ticker: You’ve Got to Be Joking
Laughing our way through campaign season
News Story  September 13, 2018, by Chase Hoffberger, Michael King and Sarah Marloff
"...8, and made the following endorsements for City Council: Mayor, Steve Adler; District 3, Pio Renteria; D5, Ann Kitchen; D8, Bobby Levinski; D9, Kathie Tovo. The CLC also endorsed the bond propositions (A-G), and opposed the referendum propositions J and K...For AISD board members, the CLC endorsed Ted Gordon in District 1 and Zachary Price in District 4..."

Who's on the City's November 2018 Ballot?
Monday filing deadline yields complete list of candidates
News Story  August 23, 2018, by Chase Hoffberger
"...• Zachary Price District 6:..."

Top 10 Theatrical Treasures & Pleasures of 2005
'Chronicle' Arts Editor Robert Faires lists his favorite theatrical productions of 2005
Arts Story  January 6, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...1) Americamisfit (Salvage Vanguard Theater) Playwright Dan Dietz dusted off the lost saga of our country's first serial killers and set them at the bloody heart of an American history lesson on the place of violence and revolution in our national character – and the price we pay for it. As politically insightful and provocative as any script this year, set to a rockabilly beat that quickened the pulse of this drama to a reckless, thrilling rhythm and sent its focused and fearless ensemble into a dance fever...."

Karen Kuykendall: In Memoriam
When this performer and friend of the arts died on Oct. 31, the city lost the grandest of its grande dames
Arts Story  November 9, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Toklas in his The Necessary Luxury Company at Capitol City Playhouse, Joanne in Sondheim and Furth's Company at the University of Texas, Honey Wells in John Walch's The Dinosaur Within at the State, Austin author Frances Nail in Robyn Turner's I'm Not the Woman I Was for Pollyanna Theatre Company, the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet for Austin Shakespeare, and Bella in Chuck Mee's Big Love for the Rude Mechs. She performed with Ballet Austin in Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project, sang with the Capital City Men's Chorus, and spent 25 years in partnership with Sterling Price-McKinney, singing his original songs and great American standards under the name Café Manhattan..."

Nominations for the 2004-2005 B. Iden Payne Awards
A complete list of all Payne Award nominees.
Arts Story  August 19, 2005
"...Dick Price, At Home With Dick..."

Applause! Applause!
Austin Critics Table nominations, 2004-2005
Arts Story  May 27, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...Judy Thompson-Price, Hair/Honk!..."

Austin Critics Table Nominations, 2003-2004
The full list of nominations for the 2003-2004 Austin Critics Table Awards, recognizing outstanding achievements in local theatre, dance, classical music, and visual art
Arts Story  May 14, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...Judy Price-Thompson, Crazy for You..."

Keeping Pace, Culturally
Proposition 4 calls for an investment in cultural facilities for the city, and, Austin, it's time
Arts Story  November 3, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...There it is, nestled snugly in the middle of Austin's 2006 bond package, exactly halfway between the bids for transportation projects and upgrades in public safety and health facilities, its $31.5 million price tag looking almost modest beside those other six propositions, with their stickers stretching from $55 million to $145 million. The proposition for cultural and community facilities seems almost as if it's trying not to call attention to itself, as if it's huddling quietly in the shadow of its bigger and more municipally prominent neighbors in the hope that voters will just approve it, too, in their rush to assure Austin better roads, more green space, and a big new library...."

Applause! Applause!
The full list of winners for the 2003-2004 Austin Critics Table Awards, recognizing outstanding achievements in local theatre, dance, classical music, and visual art
Arts Story  June 11, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...Judy Thompson-Price, Crazy for You..."

bee luther-hatchee
It's rare for a piece of theatre staged in Austin to touch an issue close to the city's heart, and that immediacy by itself recommends bee luther-hatchee. But what makes the Zachary Scott Theatre Center production more worthy of attention is the skill with which it serves up the thorny issues authenticity of voice and artistic representation by people of different cultures.
Arts Review  August 9, 2002, by Robert Faires
"...But to someone who has stepped off the train to the Afterlife in bee luther-hatchee -- in African-American folklore, "the stop after hell" -- they're sights to chill your blood. As the Devil tells a woman named Libby Price in a dream she has, each star is a soul caught in a jar and set in the sky, able to see the other souls in the heavens but unable to connect with any of them...."

Remembering one who fascinated us all: Karen Kuykendall, 1937-2007
Arts Story  November 23, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Sterling Price-McKinney..."

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