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Orphans! The Improvised Orphan Musical at the Hideout
This tribute to musicals starring spunky singing street kids makes you believe the sun’ll come out tomorrow
"...pack of penniless, parentless paupers prevail against the most powerful man in Gotham, the mighty mayor of NYC himself,..."

Jan. 19, 2018 Arts Review by Robert Faires

We Are Little Zombies
Wildly inventive Japanese musical comedy-drama finds the joy in nihilism
"...for a vampire emerging from a coffin - and when they discover he's just a bullied boy, their interest..."

July 10, 2020 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

When We Were Orphans
"...When We Were Orphansby Kazuo Ishiguro..."

Sept. 29, 2000 Books Review by Martin Wilson

The Remains of the Papers
Ransom Center adds Kazuo Ishiguro archive to its holdings
"...with The Remains of the Day; his 2000 novel When We Were Orphans; and his just-published The Buried Giant,..."

Aug. 25, 2015 Arts Post by Robert Faires

'Miami Connection' Connects After 25 Years
Grandmaster Y.K. Kim reels as his 1987 flop becomes a 2012 cult
"...films that get a second burst of life. William Wellman's silent WWI drama Wings. The Bette Davis-starring Of Human..."

Dec. 12, 2012 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Fantastic Voyage
For 'The Odyssey,' composer Graham Reynolds goes on a journey with Austin Children's Choir
"...to Richard Linklater's film A Scanner Darkly; country & western ballads for the Rude Mechanicals' El Paraiso; scores to..."

Nov. 2, 2007 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Parallel Universe
Ruben Ramos: El Gato Negro's
"...have none. You are too little. Just a baby. When you are older, wiser, you will know your father's..."

Feb. 6, 1998 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

The Gaslight Anthem
"...it's Gaslight Anthem's Born To Run. "And here's where we died that time last year," sings Fallon on the..."

Oct. 8, 2010 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

Fantastic Fest First Wave Films Announced (Finally)
Fantastic Fest 2009, Round One
"...Dynamite) Gentleman Broncos, a promising slice of sci-fi nerd weirdness (with heart, natch) featuring jet-pack-wearing stags and the longhairs..."

July 13, 2009 Screens Post by Marc Savlov

The Long Con
After kicking around for months, The Brothers Bloom finally makes its mark
"...for Austin film critics prior to its release this week.)..."

May 22, 2009 Screens Feature by Josh Rosenblatt

Uncover the Forgotten Wartime Heroism of Marcel Marceau in Resistance
Jesse Eisenberg and UT student-turned-filmmaker Jonathan Jakubowicz find strength in silence
"...In strife, we find ourselves. That's the story of Resistance, which sees..."

May 15, 2020 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

Sara Smile Still
Behind Sara Hickman's sunny countenance lies real life. And still a smile.
"...on tour, going to church, going on social crusades when it so moves her. She'll get naked for a..."

May 7, 2010 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

Page Two: Dead Dinosaurs
The only legitimate shot at energy independence is to develop alternative power sources
"...Well, it may be the devil or it may be..."

July 4, 2008 Column by Louis Black

Fostering Family Values
The Legislature engages in its biennial exercises in gay-bashing -- families be damned.
"...have come close to lecturing 52-year-old men about what we believe and what we don't believe and how we..."

May 2, 2003 News Feature by Amy Smith

From the Ridiculous to the Sublime
How do you take Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist and, in less than a month, condense it into a 100-minute one-man play, with the actor playing 20 characters from the novel plus a New York City drag queen? Everett Quinton and Eureka, veterans of the fabled Ridiculous Theatre Company and creators of Twisted Olivia, explain how they did it.
"...a baseball cap on one hand. Outlandish? Certainly, but when the actor is Everett Quinton, outlandish is normal. Quinton..."

Feb. 28, 2003 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

What I Learned at the Dot-Bomb Revolution
Robert Bryce recounts his short, happy career in the Internet wave
"...Interactive Week magazine offered me $85,000 a year to write about..."

Nov. 30, 2001 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Page Two
Contemplating life, death, and the bell curve at the annual meeting of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies in New Orleans.
"...Less than two weeks ago, I was walking along in the funeral procession..."

July 27, 2001 Column by Louis Black

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
"...on the options for the redevelopment of the Seaholm Power Plant ("Throw the Switch," March 2, 2001) did a..."

March 16, 2001 Column

Hello Dottie
Austinite old-school punker Dottie Farrell explains the meaning of the word 'splooge.'
"...Wall recently," says the Punkaroos' feisty lead singer. "They were filming it, and they had lights in my eyes..."

Oct. 13, 2000 Music Feature by Christopher Gray

Postmarks
Losing Our Lunch
"...all of us by tearing down a place that we all adore. It's apparent that you can't wait to..."

Feb. 12, 1999 Column

Silent Days and Nights
Discovering Live Cinema... Again
"...in movies. I need my cinematic assumptions jolted. That's when a voice whispers, "Pordenone."..."

Jan. 3, 1997 Screens Feature

'Chrome Underground' Goes Classic Car Hunting
Motoreum's Yusuf & Antonio talk about the biz and their reality TV debut
"...When you get there the scout takes your $30,000 and..."

May 22, 2014 Screens Post by Jordan Smith

Point Austin: A Few More Shoes
An Iraqi journalist waves goodbye to the Bush era
"...For my last column of 2008 – next week brings our ever-anticipated Top 10s – I couldn't imagine..."

Dec. 26, 2008 News Column by Michael King

Continental Drift
Scenes from the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival
"...congregation of filmmakers, industry, and press it attracts. Success, however, may be this festival's latest hurdle to cross, as..."

Sept. 19, 2008 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Behind the Scenes
They're not exactly famous, but onetime Austinites Buddy and Julie Miller make some of the most authentic country music around.
"..."It was kind of a weird place for us to be," reflects Buddy. "The awards..."

Dec. 14, 2001 Music Feature by Jerry Renshaw

Suffer the Little Children
Reality Bites
"..."When Texas is compared to the nation," McCown wrote, "the..."

March 19, 1999 News Feature by Jordan Smith

The Dead Are Speaking with the Tongues of the Living?
Yes, and it's all because of those creepy Blackbower Mediums
"...inevitable, arrow-straight kind of sense. Because improvisational theatre often dwells in the realms of fantasy, why not work the..."

Nov. 1, 2012 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Charles Dickens Unleashed
Schmaltzy Victorian costume-drama improv, gamely and rather adroitly rendered
"...and their cronies performing a brand-new Dickensian tale of orphans-and-their-plucky-triumphs each night, with each show made up, naturally, on..."

Jan. 1, 2010 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Page Two: A Higher Court
Rash judgment and vitriol don't validate simplistic morality
"...interpret facts differently. There is rarely one gleaming truth when it comes to opinion or perception. Still, accepting this..."

June 5, 2009 Column by Louis Black

Letters at 3AM
As we approach the most pivotal election since 1860, the work of Stirling Silliphant comes to mind because he shows that our present situation was not created by 9 / 11 but has been brewing for a long time
"...era, so it may surprise you to learn they were written in 1962, by Stirling Silliphant, for a TV..."

Oct. 15, 2004 Column by Michael Ventura

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