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Book Reviews
Harvey Pekar discusses the Dalkey Archive's reissue of Douglas Woolf's Ya! and John-Juan.
"...Ya! and John-Juan: Two Novels by Douglas Woolf (introduction by Robert Creeley)..."

March 14, 2003 Books Feature by Harvey Pekar

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
"...Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Zachary Scott Theatre Center..."

May 14, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Drink/Drank/Drunk Issue: Stages of Inebriation
To drink or not to drink – for local thespians, no question
"...rehearsal for a production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, we tried to drink as much as George and..."

July 3, 2013 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup
See the whole schedule and get some tickets to escape the heat
"...If you’ve always wanted a Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf set in Medieval times, have I got a movie..."

May 16, 2017 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

That Old Revival Spirit
Testifying About Movies
"...D: Lambert Hillyer; with Lewis Wilson, Douglas Craft, J. Carroll Nash. (15 chapters)..."

June 13, 1997 Screens Feature

Friggin' Genius
SXSW Film announces feature film lineup
"...and Paul Thomas’ American: The Bill Hicks Story, Mike Woolf’s Man on A Mission, Jacob Hatley’s Ain’t In It..."

Feb. 4, 2010 Screens Post by Kimberley Jones

Anything Goes
That free-for-all spirit is part of the kick of FronteraFest
"..."The Eat 'n' Out," by Fred Jones, Zachary Claxton, Douglas Spearman, and Eddie Shannon. Come on down to Mr...."

Jan. 11, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

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