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Prophet for Our Times
For 10 years, Lisa Crystal Carver has been writing about sex and doing sex-drenched performance pieces. But her lifestyle is born of a profound quest for truth and adventure that makes her a prophet for our time. [08-14-00]
— Ada Calhoun, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Through the Eyes of a Kid
Bringing kids to adult theatre is uncool, but what about children's theatre, where they belong? [07-24-00]
— Ada Calhoun, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Taking Stages
The KAiROS Co. has cultivated a name for itself as "poetic terrorists." Now, this theatrical sketch comedy troupe is readying to face down New York. [07-10-00]
— Ada Calhoun, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Evil New Yorkers and Bit-Whoredom
They're horrible! They're evil, mean, and terrible! They're New Yorkers! They're the Fabulous and Ridiculous Theatre, with scrappy, sophisticated, lowbrow, smart-ass theatre. [05-01-00]
— Ada Calhoun, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Warning! Nudity!
Austinites love to shed their clothes, and a number of them do it onstage. Some of Austin's most nakedness-prone actors, performance artists, and directors expose their reasons. [04-17-00]
— Ada Calhoun, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Count Her In
For 30 years, article by article, Denise Schmandt-Besserat has built an ironclad case to explain a mystery that foiled archeologists, anthropologists, and philosophers for hundreds of years. [12-13-99]
— Ada Calhoun, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

The Man Who Loved Little Girls
Lewis Carroll was a complex man whose art and life revolved around young girls. A new University of Texas' Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center exhibition investigates the complicated genius and the love that inspired him. [10-12-98]
— Ada Calhoun, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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