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What Kind of Theatre Do You Go For?
Our sassy quiz will match you up with the Austin theatre company of your dreams.
"...which you aren't well-suited. Where, oh where, is the theatre company for you? Life without a theatre company to..."

Dec. 1, 2000 Arts Feature

Wandering Preachers, Holy Fools
What best describes the modern playwright? Itinerant preacher? Holy fool? Several artists with an intimate knowledge of the playwriting life offer their views in this roundtable discussion.
"...their messages proclaimed in the grand temples of the theatre. They are playwrights who do not have a home..."

Nov. 19, 1999 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

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.
"...Hyde Park Theatre, through Sept. 29..."

Sept. 21, 2001 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

One Man Talking
In these days of HDTV, IMAX theatres with SurroundSound, and interactive software in 3-D hyper-realism, who wants to listen to one man talking for 90 minutes on a stage? A lot of people, when the man is Steven Tomlinson, award-winning economics lecturer, lay preacher, and Austin's premier monologist, as Wayne Alan Brenner explains.
"...friends and neighbors. We have movies and MUDs, IMAX theatres with SurroundSound, interactive software featuring all manner of hijinks..."

March 31, 2000 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Scavenging for Home
The NATObombing of Belgrade provoked playwright Lisa D'Amour to examine the intention behind her art and reasons for being an artist.
"...previous fall, studying with Dah Teatar, the powerhouse collaborative theatre company that wowed audiences in Austin during the 1996..."

Jan. 28, 2000 Arts Feature by Lisa D'Amour

As Victor, a septic tank salesman burying a shitload of anger in Daniel MacIvor's solo show House, Ken Webster brings the house down, then builds new theatre for the audience.
"...Hyde Park Theatre,..."

June 29, 2001 Arts Review by Rob Curran

Arts Board Love Stories
That special thing that happens between artists and boards of directors can be a lot like a love relationship: Intimate. Fulfilling. Long-term. Working as one body. However, it can be and often is complicated.
"...A theatre company might not have a board, and then suddenly..."

Nov. 3, 2000 Arts Feature by C. Denby Swanson

The project that director Vicky Boone and playwright David Hancock took to the Sundance Theatre Laboratory in 1999 -- or at least a form of it -- shows up onstage this week.
"...been a little more than a year since Frontera@Hyde Park Theatre artistic director Vicky Boone and playwright W. David..."

Nov. 3, 2000 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Oklahoma!, A Macbeth, and Art were the big winners at the 27th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards.
"...On Monday, Sept. 24, the Austin Circle of Theatres (ACoT) hosted the 27th annual B. Iden Payne Awards..."

Sept. 28, 2001 Arts Column by Robert Faires

A special visit to Austin by Theatre Communications Group executive director Ben Cameron.
"...arts here for themselves. Case in point: Zachary Scott Theatre Center managing director Ann Ciccolella, who had the ear..."

Oct. 22, 1999 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Director Don Toner makes his exit from the State Theater Company, and Austin creeps back into the pages of American Theatre magazine.
" his influence on them, on the company, on theatre in Austin. By the end of the evening, not..."

Sept. 8, 2000 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Big career moves for a couple of Austin playwrights and big parties thrown by a couple of Austin arts organizations.
"...Zachary Scott wasn't always just a name on a theatre. At one point, he was a Hollywood star, sharing..."

March 9, 2001 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Austin playwrights are drawing attention around the nation, and one theatre company is getting hit by the Macbeth curse smack in the face.
"...Rockefeller Foundation Multi-Arts Production Fund grant for the Frontera@Hyde Park Theatre world premiere staging of con flama. Bridgforth shared..."

Oct. 27, 2000 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Theatrical Fuse
Writer and performer Zell Miller III is an incendiary device waiting for a match, and once he flicks an ember into the hidden dry undergrowth of text, there is nowhere to hide. And the good news is that he has only begun to explode.
"...Miller relishes his theatre relationships. He has fire. He is fierce...."

Feb. 9, 2001 Arts Feature by C. Denby Swanson

With a tool or two, Austinites can make a lasting contribution to Frontera Productions and the Rude Mechanicals.
"...This week, two local theatre companies are offering splendid opportunities for contributions of this..."

Dec. 15, 2000 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Curb Appeal: Where the Heart Is
In Steven Tomlinson's Curb Appeal, Austin's best monologist builds on a basic foundation : the inherent similarities of dating and house-hunting : and constructs room by well-appointed room a more stately mansion of the soul.
"...Hyde Park Theatre,..."

April 21, 2000 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

A big vote of confidence for new Ballet Austin artistic director Stephen Mills; a way you can "Bowl With the Bards".
"..."Bowl With the Bards," the annual fundraiser by Frontera@Hyde Park Theatre, set for Sunday, April 16, 2pm, at Westgate..."

March 10, 2000 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Robert Faires talks FronteraFest.
"...prestigious honor: selection for the National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group Theatre Residency Program for Playwrights this year...."

Jan. 14, 2000 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Last Bow of an Accidental Critic
Lessons and surprises from a career that shouldn't have been
"...not for Jeff's friend Neal Herr, who would talk theatre with me when he visited that house and, as..."

Sept. 24, 2021 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

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