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Kritika Pramod Kulshrestha
Kritika Pramod Kulshrestha
UT playwrights take on 60-second challenge
August 28, 2014
Katie Bender, UT Master of Fine Arts graduate and actor-turned-playwright, loves a challenge.
UT musical theatre students perform medley of songs
May 1, 2014
Musical theatre sophomore Devin Medley said that, even though musical theatre may be a difficult lifestyle choice, there’s something truly fulfilling about being in front of an audience that really wants to receive the performance positively and take in all of the performer’s work.
Local nonprofit delivers fusion of language and food
April 25, 2014
Daniel Heron has no interest in being a commercial cook.
Austin Dragon Boat Festival celebrates ancient Chinese culture
April 24, 2014
Lady Bird Lake is usually filled with paddle boards and canoes on Saturday afternoons.
Formerly imprisoned women seek change through theater
April 18, 2014
Lauren Johnson, an Austin native, has tried hard to escape from the shadows surrounding her past.
UT opera singers stage free, live performance
April 15, 2014
A trip to the SFC Farmers’ Market East last Tuesday would have allowed shoppers to witness a free live opera performance by UT students.
UT alumni band Moonlight Social to perform at The Domain
April 10, 2014
Songwriting is personal, but it also has to be a conversation with people, according to UT alum Jeremy Burchard, who is one half of the two-member band Moonlight Social.
With controversy in the past, UT students to perform ‘In the Heights’
April 7, 2014
For theatre and dance freshman Max Torrez, the more he is able to find the personal connection within a script, the better he is able to convey the emotions to the audience.
Comedian hosts Triple Threat Comedy Challenge
April 4, 2014
Comedy is not for everyone. It takes years of work, critical thinking and a clever understanding of what’s funny and what’s funny in the moment, said Chris Sebilia, an Austin-based comedian, writer and actor.
Photo brief: Holi 2014 — Unity in celebration
March 30, 2014
The LBJ Library lawn saw a crowd students dressed in white Sunday, covered in assorted colored powders ranging from blue and red to yellow and pink.
Local musical improv artist Sarah Marie Curry stars in musical
March 28, 2014
Sarah Marie Curry’s childlike excitement, energy and fierceness is reflected in her voice, her personality and her performances.
Documentary highlights environmentally aware design
March 25, 2014
Environmentally conscious interior design could influence the way human beings connect to nature while seated at a desk, according to design experts Bill Finnegan and Stephen Kellert.
Local musical theater performer presents one-man cabaret show
March 20, 2014
The challenge of portraying dark, complicated and seductive characters is what Josh Wechsler craves in every stage show.
Local theater revives Tony award-winning Broadway play 'The Odd Couple'
March 18, 2014
Originally staged on Broadway in 1965, “The Odd Couple” has been turned into both a film and a television show, and now Neil Simon’s Tony-award-winning play is coming to Austin this Thursday.
Singer-songwriter Andrew Belle returns to SXSW for music, friends and fun
March 7, 2014
Chicago-based singer-songwriter Andrew Belle returns to South By Southwest this year as part of his tour with Ten out of Tenn, a group of 10 singer-songwriters from Nashville, Tenn.
UT Dance students premiere new works at annual spring concert
March 5, 2014
For UT dance students and friends Erica Saucedo and Kelsey Oliver, dance is a mental, physical and emotional experience.
Shakespeare touring company returns to UT for annual production
March 3, 2014
While traditional stage productions usually keep the performers and the audience separated, the American Shakespeare Center’s productions take pride in including audience members in every performance.
UT Michener Center playwright brings new play to annual showcase
February 27, 2014
Abe Koogler’s quiet persona masks the swirling ideas that are the driving force behind the theater experiences he tries to create, combining music, language and dance.
Singer-songwriter Clay McClinton to hold album release show at the Cactus Cafe
February 20, 2014
Clay McClinton has never tried to get away from the music lineage of his father and Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Delbert McClinton, but he is trying to carve out his own path in Americana music, or what he fondly calls Texas gumbo.
Texas native tells stories with latest series of short plays
February 18, 2014
Michael Floyd believes the true reward of his work is in listening to the audience and not to the critics.
Local actor adds award-winning play to his repertoire
February 13, 2014
Film and theater actor Andrew Bosworth believes he hasn’t done enough to satiate his curiosity as an artist.
Sounds Under Radio's Lang Freeman celebrates new single with solo acoustic shows at Cactus Cafe
February 9, 2014
UT alumnus Lang Freeman, lead singer and guitarist of Austin-based alternative rock band Sounds Under Radio, recently released his brand new single “A Hundred Good Reasons” on iTunes.
Local dancer teaches classical Indian dance at the Devi School of Dance
February 7, 2014
Preya Mangalat Patel began dancing at the age of four.
Dancer brings soundpainting, mixed media performance to Austin
January 28, 2014
Like many young girls, Andrea Ariel was introduced to dance when her mother encouraged her to take classes.
UT Guitar Studio talents set to play at Cactus Cafe
January 21, 2014
Stephen Krishnan and Robby Brown will perform back-to-back at the Cactus Cafe on Thursday, setting the stage for acclaimed classical guitarist Alexander Milovanov from Belarus.
Toni Tipton-Martin unveils the relationship of African-American cuisine
January 16, 2014
Author, activist, culinary historian and food journalist Toni Tipton-Martin’s contributions to culinary traditions in America explore the breadth and depth of African-American cuisine.
It's meatballs with a chance of gravy at the inaugural Austin Meatball Festival
November 22, 2013
Jenn Walley grew up savoring her mother’s salty-sweet Christmas Eve Swedish meatballs infused with grape jelly.
Dance professor Holly Williams infuses creativity, curiosity into her work
November 14, 2013
For dancer and choreographer Holly Williams, dance is a lifelong process of exploring creativity and continuing perseverance.
Classical guitarist blends music and memories
November 5, 2013
For Joseph V. Williams II — a classical guitarist, composer and UT alumnus — music has always been “an expression of the human experience.”
Book revisits Austin’s favorite food landmarks, heritage
October 30, 2013
Scholz Garten may be the oldest restaurant in Austin, nicknamed the “grandfather of Austin restaurants,” but Scholz’s history is also deeply intertwined with a singing society formed in 1897.
Austin chefs create art inspired culinary bites
October 9, 2013
This Thursday evening is the only time posting photos of food to Instagram is acceptable.
Conservation meets celebration at Austin City Limits festival
October 2, 2013
From West Texas to the Rio Grande Valley and from the High Plains to the vast expanses of East Texas, The Nature Conservancy has left an indelible mark on Texas.