Forty years ago, Taxi Driver was released to critical and popular acclaim and its most famous line, “You talkin’ to me?” instantly became one of the most memorable lines in film history. [Read more…] about “You talkin’ to me?”
To quarto, or not to quarto?
Andrew Carlson, Clinical Assistant Professor and Managing Director of the Oscar G. Brockett Center for Theatre History and Criticism at The University of Texas at Austin, has worked extensively with Shakespeare’s plays through critical analysis and performance. [Read more…] about To quarto, or not to quarto?
Twenty-four Hours with the Herd, a night of image and sound with Graham Reynolds
Critically acclaimed Austin composer Graham Reynolds (Golden Arm Trio, Bernie, Before Sunset) breathes new life into Frank Reaugh’s 1933 masterpiece, Twenty-four Hours with the Herd, a musical presentation of Reaugh’s stunning seven-part pastel series depicting the West Texas plains as a backdrop to cattle drives. [Read more…] about Twenty-four Hours with the Herd, a night of image and sound with Graham Reynolds