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Letters at 3AM: Winter Reveries
No matter the season, no matter the climate, when I write I write in winter
"...Twelfth-grade English with Mr. Judson. He taught that you read sentence-by-sentence-by sentence and that's..."

Dec. 28, 2012 Column by Michael Ventura

No Time Like the Present
As usual, dancemaker Deborah Hay is making every moment count
" one of the fearlessly experimental choreographers of the Judson Dance Theater. That legendary band of firebrands, whose ranks..."

April 2, 2010 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Paul Taylor Dance Company
Call them contemporary or modern, but Paul Taylor's dances are always masterful
"...the 1930s to the early 1960s. After that, the Judson Church movement (which included Austin's own Deborah Hay) ushered..."

March 27, 2009 Arts Feature by Andrew Long

Holloway to Be Honored in House
House sets date for reading of resolution commemorating sad loss of Travis County Green Party co-chair
"...activist with the death of Green Party co-chair William Judson Holloway III on January 8, 2009, at the age..."

Feb. 25, 2009 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Naked City
As the Door Revolves
"...Rollins replaces Jeff Judson, who will step down as TPPF president Dec. 31..."

Dec. 20, 2002 News Feature by Michael King

Naked City
Road Raving
"...Rhetorical Excess Award is an op-ed issued by Jeff Judson of the Texas Public Policy Foundation in support of..."

Feb. 22, 2002 News Feature by Michael King

Shivering the Timbers
The Dirigo Group's 'Gypsy Chain' Speaks for the Trees
"...Laura Somers, Corey Gagne, Greg Gondek, Christa Kimlicko Jones, Judson Jones, and Tammy Whitehead. In the three years since..."

Aug. 3, 2001 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Extending a Dance's Life: Deborah Hay
Deborah Hay forges her own answer to the issue of how one keeps choreography alive beyond one's own physical and mortal limitations with Nine Nights of Music in May, in which her solo "Music" is performed and adapted by four diverse artists.
"...Following her participation in Mikhail Baryshnikov's widely acclaimed Judson reunion performance and tour, Deborah Hay has returned to..."

May 3, 2002 Arts Feature by Dawn Davis Loring

Art Stripped Naked
Art Stripped Naked, Wayne Alan Brenner's comedy of the relationship between a father and son -- augmented by an ongoing discourse of the nature of art -- is both sweet and simple, with a heartwarming twist, and its presentation by Hyde Park Theatre makes for a gentle evening on one's senses.
"...can sympathize. And that is this production's greatest strength. Judson L. Jones plays the son, Art, an aspiring artist..."

Sept. 21, 2001 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Sotol: The New White Lightning
Three military vets find purpose, identity, and craft in Desert Door distillery
"...who started Desert Door along with Ryan Campbell and Judson Kauffman, of the space and its design ethos: "What..."

Dec. 1, 2017 Food Feature by Melanie Haupt

Green Party Leader Holloway Dies
Local activists mourn the loss of one 'passionate and steadfast' friend
"...1964, Holloway was the grandson of Oklahoma Gov. William Judson Holloway Sr. and the son of U.S. 10th Circuit..."

Jan. 16, 2009 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

On the Case: No. 3
Movin' on up
"...the title role in their next film, "Jesus of Judson," with McGuire in mind. Since he moved to Los..."

Sept. 23, 2005 Screens Feature by Spencer Parsons

Down at the Jinn Mill
Austin's dirigo group prepare to premiere the best new play one could wish for
"...the support of her other co-artistic directors: Lowell Bartholomee, Judson Jones, and Christa Kimlicko Jones – except that the..."

Feb. 18, 2005 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
As produced by Austin Playhouse, Tennessee Williams' 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' leaps and lands on its feet with aplomb
"...dazed man back from his boozy oblivion. As Brick, Judson L. Jones works another role that seems written just..."

Oct. 8, 2004 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Refraction Arts Project's production of Orange is a true accomplishment, with interlaced stories weaving an explosive tale about the destruction of humanity
"...captivating as his ordinary-woman-turned-goddess, with other fine performances by Judson Jones, Matt Hislope, Douglas Taylor, and Lana Dieterich. Much..."

May 21, 2004 Arts Review by Heather Barfield Cole

The Mercy Seat
With Neil LaBute's The Mercy Seat, the dirigo group takes us back to 9 / 11 and shows a couple laying bare their relationship against that day's monstrous tragedy
"...shots at each other. And in dirigo's production, neither Judson L. Jones nor Ellie McBride soften their edges. On..."

March 26, 2004 Arts Review by Robert Faires

The Winter's Tale
You should go to the Austin Shakespeare Festival's The Winter's Tale only if you'd like to see a truly magical story of hope from despair, joy from grief, and life from death
"...UT 15 years ago; Lowell Bartholomee; Bernadette Nason; and Judson L. Jones. The only person in the cast that..."

Jan. 23, 2004 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

Playing Around With the Evil Empire
The Rude Mechanicals go Russian with a play -- well, a performance piece -- umm -- a performance collage -- well, '300 Plays About Vladimir Putin.'
"...playing around? Actors like Lana Lesley, Lowell Bartholomee, and Judson Jones just playing around? A couple of dozen playwrights,..."

Dec. 12, 2003 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

Hogg Auditorium is headed for a makeover, Judy Jensen's Blue Willow is headed to the Smithsonian, and two local artists take the road to recovery.
"...road to recovery slow and steady. Actor and director Judson L. Jones of the dirigo group took a nasty..."

Nov. 28, 2003 Arts Column by Robert Faires

In the dirigo group production Hedda, director Laura Somers reimagines Henrik Ibsen's classic as a perverse and sometimes brilliant Doris Day / Rock Hudson flick, coupling late 1950s zip -- party dresses and sweater vests, manhattans and vodka martinis, breezy entrances and exits -- with a forbidden sexuality that ratchets the tensions of Ibsen's play to a whole new level.
"...Ray-Bans on a drifting black-clad figure from the past. Judson Jones' spare set captures the feel of opening credits..."

June 13, 2003 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Most Memorable Theatrical Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2002
Austin Chronicle reviewer Barry Pineo delivers his list of the Top 10 most memorable moments in Austin theatre for 2002.
"...Taylor appearing in anything, anytime, anywhere, but particularly with Judson L. Jones in Refraction Arts and Bayou Radio's Blah!..."

Jan. 3, 2003 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

In Bash, a collection of monologues by Neil LaBute, the protagonists appear to be considerate, decent people, but in the stories they share they prove themselves capable of committing crimes straight out of Greek tragedy, and the dirigo group production achieves a breezy intimacy with the audience, engaging us so thoroughly that when the darkness falls, we find it hard to abandon them.
"...If you didn't know that this was Judson Jones' first time directing, you might not be able..."

Dec. 6, 2002 Arts Review by Robert Faires

'Bash' in Your Head
Although best known for films such as In the Company of Men and Your Friends and Neighbors, LaBute began as a playwright, and Austin is about to get its first look at one of his plays, the disturbing Bash, courtesy of the dirigo group.
"...comfortable sitting down to talk with dirigo founding member Judson Jones, the director of Bash...."

Nov. 22, 2002 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

Blah, Blah, Blah
In the 14 sketches that make up Blah, Blah, Blah, playwright Lowell Bartholomee skewers Hollywood with situations and dialogue that are clever and perceptive, but the actors seem to be working to put it across, straining even, when it really doesn't need the hard sell.
"...Neck Up," with Douglas Taylor as the producer and Judson L. Jones as the psycho employee, and one titled..."

Aug. 2, 2002 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

True West
The dirigo group production of Sam Shepard's True West sees Corey Gagne and Judson L. Jones swapping the roles of petty criminal Lee and screenwriter Austin every other night. While both are exceptional actors, offering plenty of sharp character work, both versions bring that pervading sense of threat that gives the show the violent inevitability of Greek tragedy.
"...switcheroo: Corey Gagne began the run playing Lee to Judson L. Jones' Austin. They've since swapped roles and now..."

July 19, 2002 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Fugitive Pieces
The Salvage Vanguard Theater production of Caridad Svich's Fugitive Pieces is a nowhere road reminiscent of the Tom Waits milieu, with vagabonds hopping trains to anywhere other than where they are now. But while it's not for everyone, it's worth the journey.
"...a head filled with fantastic dreams and thwarted desire. Judson Jones shakes life into this harried soul, every flinch..."

March 1, 2002 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

The Gypsy Chain
While the dirigo group should be applauded for the scope of The Gypsy Chain, this ensemble-developed project about Earth First! activist David "Gypsy" Chain, who was killed defending the forests of Northern California from illegal clear-cutting, the onstage effectiveness of the work falls short of its sociopolitical message, while Gypsy's personal story is lost in the muddied construction of a play that isn't sure exactly what it wants to be.
"...speaks through a bullhorn). And there are the hyper-realistic: Judson L. Jones' Big A, in whom Jones infuses too..."

Aug. 24, 2001 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

After a Fashion
Stephen remembers his friend and mentor Joanie Whitebird.
"...assortment of people through her: Joseph Lomax, Michael Ventura, Judson Crews, and Vassar Miller, among others. She wrote fiction..."

July 27, 2001 Column by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Austin Theatre Critics Table 2000-2001 Nominations
The Austin Theatre Critics Table have announced the nominations for their ninth annual awards for achievement in the arts.
"...Judson Jones, A Macbeth..."

May 18, 2001 Arts Feature

A Macbeth
In the State Theater Company production A Macbeth, director Guy Chandler Roberts strips the Scottish Play of its dramatic spectacle and boils it down into a compelling ritual of human evil, a Black Mass.
"...under Tucci's lights, it has a slick crimson sheen. Judson Jones' Macduff responds to battle with a body-racking retch...."

Oct. 27, 2000 Arts Review by Robert Faires

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