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The Quick & the Dead: A Novel
"...her collection Taking Care, in which one of Williams' characters uses the phrase "the quick and the dead" to..."

Dec. 29, 2000 Books Review by Martin Wilson

Across the Universe
Gearing up for a new national tour of her hit show The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, Lily Tomlin took a few minutes to talk about connectedness -- her connectedness with The Search, with audiences, and with Austin.
"...she is speaking through one of a dozen signature characters or in her own voice, Tomlin is surrounded by..."

Sept. 17, 1999 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Roll 'Em
"...Bullock, are sure to lend their charms to these characters, and if all else fails, Ben bares his butt..."

Feb. 26, 1999 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Turner Is Worthy
"...(or lack of, whichever the case may be) of characters, the purpose of a text, the agendas implicit or..."

Sept. 25, 1998 Column

The Staccato Purr of CineFestival
Latino Filmmakers Explore the Middle Class
"...the festival kicked off with Gabriel Retes' critically acclaimed Bienvenido/Welcome. Winner of four Arieles (the Mexican equivalent of the..."

Feb. 16, 1996 Screens Feature

Last Act Theatre Company's Postville
In Don Fried's drama, small-town Midwesterners face a clash of cultures when Hasidic Jews move in
" in the facility. While his script has invented characters and telescopes the timeline of two decades into a..."

Aug. 12, 2016 Arts Review by Robert Faires

DVDanger: Horror Roundup
The best and the rest of the month's home releases
"...The Dead 2, they changed everything: Different time, different characters, different location. With writer/director Tom Green replacing Edwards behind..."

July 3, 2015 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

'This One Summer' Is a Story for All Seasons
Mariko and Jillian Tamaki don't take the trials of girlhood for granted
"...It's also a good thing, we suggest, that your..."

July 24, 2014 Books Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

The Animated Adventures of Don Bluth and Gary Goldman
The men behind 'The Secret of NIMH' visit Austin this weekend
"...costs) like special effects and more colors on the characters to help create dimension to a flat art form,..."

Aug. 9, 2013 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Mothers of Invention
Onetime Austinite Laura Poe delivers a tasty satire about genetically engineered food
"...not only wrote the show; she portrays all six characters in it, playing Midwesterners and Southerners, channeling Annette Bening..."

Sept. 5, 2008 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

Cine Joven Sin Fronteras
Teaching technology, telenovela, and how to straddle two countries and two cultures with a camera
"...revised (and revised yet again, and then again – welcome to the world of professional screenwriting, kids!), but shooting..."

Aug. 8, 2008 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Home Grown
Down on Pioneer Farm with KLRU's 'The Biscuit Brothers,' ready for season two but still struggling for funds
"...They are the Biscuit Brothers. Welcome to their show...."

May 19, 2006 Screens Feature by Marrit Ingman

House and Garden
'House' and 'Garden,' Alan Ayckbourn's coupled comedies performed in tandem by a single cast, is really one show divided between two stages
"...say. But when that castle is bombarded with buffoonish characters while the man splits his house with his wife..."

Jan. 27, 2006 Arts Review by Patti Hadad

Reigning Cat and Dog
John Kricfalusi, in town this weekend, on 'Ren & Stimpy's staying power.
"...soon sensed the old Spumco magic had evaporated. The characters seemed doomed to spiral into obscurity, even as Kricfalusi..."

Aug. 12, 2005 Screens Feature by Ken Lieck

Be Aggressive
On one level, Annie Weisman's Be Aggressive skewers SoCal culture, from Spanish stucco to smoothie shops, but at its heart this tale of a cheerleader whose mother has just died shows us with humor and affection how to deal with the unexpected holes in our lives.
"...her dad, she won't be able to learn the welcome cheer, and she'll get booted from the squad. (And..."

Sept. 19, 2003 Arts Review by Robert Faires

A Streetcar Named Desire
Doghouse Theatre's production of A Streetcar Named Desire creates an interesting environment in the back yard of a University neighborhood, but the story gets lost in the show's directorial freedoms and delivery.
"...I love the idea of Doghouse Theatre. I felt welcome from the moment I managed to wend and duck..."

April 26, 2002 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

The Seagull
In the Austin Playhouse production of The Seagull, actors Christa Kimlicko Jones and David Stahl create a splendid tension between their characters and between art and life, but most of the rest of the production rolls by languidly, as just another visit with a crew of Chekhov's discontented Russians.
"...consistently draw laughs from these peoples' grumblings, something that's welcome to see in a production of Chekhov. Some --..."

Jan. 18, 2002 Arts Review by Robert Faires

For Your Consideration ...
Austin Film Festival Preview
"...and camaraderie that form between these two otherwise disparate characters due of their shared sex can turn out to..."

Oct. 12, 2001 Screens Feature

Virgin Fiction
First-time publication is like a cotillion for writers, Martin Wilson writes as he reviews five new first novels. And debut novelists are the gussied-up belles at the ball, with butterflies in their stomachs, dreaming of the glorious future that awaits them.
"...story is framed by the stories of three other characters. There's Walt Whitman, a kind-hearted and eccentric man who..."

April 27, 2001 Books Feature by Martin Wilson

The Luckiest Girl in the World
An interview with Sissy Spacek, inducted into the first annual Texas Film Hall of Fame on March 9.
"...Sissy Spacek has built a memorable film career playing characters we know, would like to know, and (at least..."

March 9, 2001 Screens Feature by Margaret Moser

Letters at 3AM
They may not truthfully reflect the way we live, but sometimes the big and small screen present honest explorations of the way we dream. The year 2000 gave us some exceptionally fine works in this regard.
"...the most part, the American audiences and critics who welcome Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon would not accept the same..."

Jan. 5, 2001 Column by Michael Ventura

Wrapped and Ready
" suspect the newcomers harbor nefarious motives. Should the welcome wagon ostracize suspected terrorists? Director Mark Pellington (Going All..."

Nov. 27, 1998 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Chronicle Arts Reviews
"...a new gallery in our midst. While certainly a welcome addition – it's a small sign of growth that..."

Feb. 20, 1998 Arts Review

Hold the Phone
The Jerky Boys Ain't Got Nothin' on Russell Miles
"...clearly shared Pryor's anti-homosexual bent, so he was most welcome on the air...."

Feb. 7, 1997 News Column by Lee Nichols

These Are the Days
Extolling an Exciting New Era of Austin Theatre
"...production as texture and sources of illumination. Performers shared characters, spoke actions, danced thoughts, sang narration...."

Nov. 1, 1996 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Ballad of Townes & Blaze
The twisted but not-so-tall tale of Van Zandt and Foley, Lonesome Dove meets Barfly
"...His memory pursued me nonetheless, popping up as idealized characters in unfinished plays attempted during the decade leading up..."

Aug. 17, 2018 Features Feature by Sybil Rosen

Gay Place
So much queer fun this week
"...DJ Daddie Dearest turning back time. 18 and up welcome. Fri., July 14, 10pm. Elysium, 705 Red River. $5...."

July 14, 2017 Column by Sarah Marloff

Gay Place: Ho-HoHos
One "Gay Place": Two big holigayz
"...The bar will have tamales, chips & salsa, and welcome any additions to a potluck that the employees will..."

Dec. 26, 2014 Column by Kate X Messer

Drawing Fire
Political cartoonist Ted Rall on war reporting in Afghanistan and the new media battleground
"...latest book – After We Kill You, We Will Welcome You Back as Honored Guests: Unembedded in Afghanistan –..."

March 8, 2013 Screens Feature by Audra Schroeder

'In the West': Living Portraits Avedon Would Die For
The original Austin Chronicle review from Nov. 15, 1985
"...He just wants this newcomer from Minnesota to feel welcome in the Lone Star State. No doubt Mickey Cruthers..."

April 7, 2006 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

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