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100 Creatives: Tracy Manford Carlson

9 years ago by Abby Koenig
What She Does: Like many artists trying to find their way, Tracy Manford Carlson has attacked various creative endeavors over the years. Photography was the only one that really stuck. She recalls working full time in an unfulfilling desk job and one day she just snapped. "I was in a...
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Tamalalia Returns!! Kind Of

11 years ago by Richard Connelly
For a lot of years, the Tamalalia shows were a Houston summer tradition -- annual, hilarious, musical-comedy romps by rubber-faced comedienne Tamarie Cooper and her colleagues at Infernal Bridegoom Productions.But IFB disappeared in a still-mysterious wave of financial shenanigans, and so did the Tamalalia shows.Most Many Some of the IBP...
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Capsule Stage Reviews: Steel Magnolias, The Story of Burford, Category 5, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Journey to the Center of My Brain (in 3-D)

11 years ago by D. L. Groover
Steel Magnolias Old-fashioned as it may be, Robert Harling's 1987 comedy-drama about a girl who suffers from complications from diabetes remains a very tender story that's as funny as it is sad. And when the actors are as uniformly strong as the ones getting their up-dos at Truvy's Beauty Parlor...
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Capsule Stage Reviews: Steel Magnolias, The Story of Burford, Category 5, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Journey to the Center of My Brain (in 3-D)

11 years ago by D. L. Groover
Steel Magnolias Old-fashioned as it may be, Robert Harling's 1987 comedy-drama about a girl who suffers from complications from diabetes remains a very tender story that's as funny as it is sad. And when the actors are as uniformly strong as the ones getting their up-dos at Truvy's Beauty Parlor...
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Women Celebrate Comics at 8th Dimension Ladies Night

5 years ago by Jef Rouner
When Annie Bulloch, one-third owner of 8th Dimension started going out to buy comics while living in Austin it was usually the same. "You walk in," she says, "And everyone's perfectly polite, you know. But the questions always come. 'Are you looking for something for your boyfriend?' That sort of...
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Capsule Stage Reviews: Last Easter, Sherlock Holmes and the Crucifer of Blood, Steel Magnolias, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Journey to the Center of My Brain (in 3-D)

11 years ago by D. L. Groover
Last Easter Bad English accents swirl through Bryony Lavery's confessional drama presented by Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company, but that's the least of the problems. Although the last half of the first act is set at Lourdes, the French town made famous by the sightings of St. Bernadette and the healing...
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Stage Capsule Reviews

13 years ago by D. L. Groover
The Clean House Truly fine in so many ways, Sarah Ruhl's The Clean House is thrilling, surprising and artful. The lovely comedy/drama actually lives up to all the hype it's gotten since it was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 2005. And the Alley Theatre has created a moving, inventive...
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Stage Capsule Reviews

13 years ago by D. L. Groover
Cunning Little Vixen Although a friend of fellow countryman Antonin Dvork, Idiosyncratic Czech composer Leos Jancek remained unfazed by European musical trends, influenced mainly by Moravian folk melodies, sounds of nature and the musical tonality of speech. His music is unlike anyone else's -- certainly not primitive or amateurish, as...
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100 Creatives: Erin Alexander

8 years ago by Jef Rouner
What She Does: If gothic hats by Candy Caine aren't your thing, then you can adorn your coif with accessories from Erin Alexander of Lucky Lady Millinery. She specializes in hair clips, pins, combs and other hand-sewn accents. You might have seen her work featured in the photographs of Chris...
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100 Creatives: Candy Caine

8 years ago by Jef Rouner
What She Does: Candy Caine is our first haberdasher. She makes mini top hats, cocktail hats, feather fascinators, bows, barretts, and fluffies. She started drawing upon skills she learned in 7th grade home economics in order to generate some extra money. "I have a problem holding onto normal jobs," she...

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