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SXSW Film Conference and Festival '98 Further Reflections
"...more reviews of films screened during the SXSW Film Festival 1998. Additional reviews can be found in last week's..."

March 27, 1998 Screens Feature

Bard Choices
Two Directors on Making Shakespeare Contemporary
"...Ah, Shakespeare. He stands at the apex of the theatre, recognized..."

Aug. 16, 1996 Arts Feature by Adrienne Martini

A #MeToo Measure for Measure?
Austin Shakespeare gives a peek at a modern Measure Saturday
"...for Measure and yet is Measure for Measure? Austin Shakespeare has the answer, and it's sharing it publicly on..."

Dec. 6, 2018 Arts Post by Robert Faires

All the Way With LBJ's Play
Bill Rauch talks staging 'All the Way' and 'The Great Society'
"...Schenkkan's LBJ drama All the Way premiered at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival; moved to Broadway with Bryan Cranston starring;..."

Oct. 9, 2014 Arts Post by Robert Faires

My Favorite Year
In an extraordinary season of four premieres, playwright Robert Schenkkan brings UT, his old school, a new screwball comedy
"...Austin widow, which premiered this past summer at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival; a new political satire, Lewis and Clark..."

Nov. 4, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Doubling Down
In The Great Society, playwright Robert Schenkkan and his subject, LBJ, both gamble big
"...the Way, currently receiving its world premiere at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, opens with LBJ likening the office to..."

Oct. 10, 2014 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Power Play
In Robert Schenkkan's new play, LBJ roars back to life to make civil rights history
"...House, is receiving its premiere as part of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's 2012 season. What makes it curious is..."

Aug. 17, 2012 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Making History, Part One
Playwright Robert Schenkkan on bringing LBJ to the stage in 'All the Way'
"...discusses the play's genesis as a commission from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's American Revolutions cycle of history plays, what..."

Aug. 17, 2012 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Making History, Part Two
Director Bill Rauch on bringing LBJ to the stage in 'All the Way'
"...When Oregon Shakespeare Festival Artistic Director Bill Rauch began a new..."

Aug. 17, 2012 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Way Home
Zach Theatre gives Robert Schenkkan's All the Way its Texas premiere on LBJ's home turf
"...When All the Way opened at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in July 2012, the play's future was..."

April 10, 2015 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

All Over Creation: Die Another Dad
Puzzling out the meaning of the theatre's Summer of Dead Dads
"...Now, it didn't faze me when I directed Austin Shakespeare's spring production of Love's Labour's Lost, even though this..."

Sept. 2, 2011 Arts Column by Robert Faires

All Over Creation: Two-Stepping With Lyndon
To play historical figures like LBJ and Groucho, actors ought to dance with them
"...– in the same theatre, yet – at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. I witnessed it in Ashland, Ore., in..."

Aug. 10, 2012 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been?
The Artists' Recent and Upcoming Projects
"...Dead Soldier at UT's David Mark Cohen New Works Festival, Something Someone Someplace Else at Hyde Park Theatre, and..."

Sept. 12, 2003 Arts Feature

Kathy Valentine Swaps Stages for Zach Theatre's New Show Head Over Heels
Jukebox musical features the greatest hits of the Go-Go's
" James Magruder, Head Over Heels debuted at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 2015 before running for six months..."

July 6, 2023 Music Post by Richard Whittaker

'The Best Man'/'44 Plays for 44 Presidents'
Just in time for the election, presidents take the stage
"...Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Exhibitionism, June 22). Then, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival staged the premiere of All the Way,..."

Oct. 5, 2012 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

All Over Creation: My Kind of Town
A trip to see theatre in Chicago brings one writer closer to home
"...Last summer, we decamped to Ashland, Ore., for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (regional Tony winner, 1983); this year, we..."

June 22, 2012 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Written by ...
"...By the Waters Of Babylon (premiere, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Feb. 24, 2005)..."

Nov. 4, 2005 Arts Feature

What the Right Hand Is Doing
Magician turned sitcom star Harry Anderson returns to Austin at Palmer Auditorium this weekend, and his former partner and cohort, Austin author Turk Pipkin, looks back as he looks forward to reuniting with his old pal.
" in Italy or Harry in Ashland at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival -- then we'd hook back up and..."

Sept. 3, 1999 Features Feature by Turk Pipkin

Getting the Look
Following the Path of Theatrical Designers
"...who has also designed for the Alley Theatre, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, among..."

July 12, 1996 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Poetry in Emotion
Katherine Catmull never intended to pursue a career in acting. In fact, she seriously avoided it for as long as she could, choosing instead to earn her degree in English literature. Why is revealed in this profile of one of Austin's most sophisticated and literate performers.
"...Catmull's grandfather was a gifted Shakespearean actor. He was renowned for his interpretation of King..."

Oct. 6, 2000 Arts Feature by Robi Polgar

The Slow Magic of Stop-Motion
Henry Selick on adapting Neil Gaiman's Coraline
"...U.S. from the UK. I set it in Ashland, Oregon, because they have a Shakespeare festival there which made..."

Feb. 6, 2009 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Cool Jerks
It takes a cool character to weather the hot lights of a comedy club stage, so who better to share tips for beating the summer heat than stand-up comics from Austin, the hot-spot in Texas?
"...from Delaware say that once. Even a girl from Oregon. In fact, I think the five-minute weather rule is..."

May 26, 2000 Arts Feature

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