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2013.10.8

Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker takes home one award: Outstanding Young Performer (John Austin) in the 39th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards.

2013.10.8

NOMINATIONS announced for the 39th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards. Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker receives one nomination: Outstanding Young Performer (John Austin).

2013.8.29

REVIEW of Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker in Austin Lifestyle Magazine.

2013.8.22

REVIEW by Elizabeth Cobbe of Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker in The Austin Chronicle.

2013.8.20

INTERVIEW with cast of Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker on LstyleGstyle.com.

2013.8.18

REVIEW of Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker on BroadwayWorld.com.

2013.8.17

REVIEW of Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker on AustinLiveTheatre.com.

2013.8.16

FEATURE by Katherine Catmull, entitled, "Deus ex Analysis", on Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker inThe Austin Chronicle.

2013.8.16

INTERVIEW with Gary Jaffe (director), Matt Ervin (dramaturg), and actors from Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker on KUT's Arts Eclectic.

2013.8.15

INTERVIEW with Gary Jaffe (director) and actors from Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker in The Westlake Picayune.

2013.8.14

Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker is TOP PICK for the weekend from The Austin American-Statesman.

2013.8.13

BLOG post by THE LONG CENTER on Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker.

2013.8.09

OP-ED by Tom Palaima in The Austin American-Statesman on The Information Age, Writing as Therapy, and Douglass Parker and Tutto's production of Parker's Zeus in Therapy adapted for the stage by Tutto Theatre Company from the original, unpublished poetry

2013.7.1

BLOG post by the APA (American Philological Association) on Tutto's production of Zeus in Therapy by Douglass Stott Parker.

2013.5.23

NOMINATIONS announced for the 18th Annual Austin Critics’ Table Awards. The Twelfth Labor by Leegrid Stevens receives one nomination: Best Scenic Design (Ia Ensterä).

2013.3.31

Tutto’s Artistic Director, Gary Jaffe, is INTERVIEWED about his collaboration with playwright and veteran Johnny Meyer’s play The Priceless Slave, a workshop of which was part of the Cohen New Works Festival presented by the University Co-Op.

2013.3.30

Tutto’s Artistic Director, Gary Jaffe, DIRECTS a workshop of The Priceless Slave by Johnny Meyer, for the Cohen New Works Festival presented by the University Co-op.

2013.1.4

The Twelfth Labor by Leegrid Stevens features on The Austin Chronicle’s Top 10 Designer Contributions of 2012 list by Elizabeth Cobbe, celebrating the work of scenic designer Ia Ensterä.

2013.1.4

The Alien Baby Play by Nicholas Walker Herbert features on The Austin Chronicle’s Top 10 Designer Contributions of 2012 list by Elizabeth Cobbe, celebrating the work of costume designer Pam Fletcher Friday.

2013.1.2

Video HIGHLIGHTS released from Tutto’s production of The Dudleys!: A Family Game by Leegrid Stevens.

2012.9.25

NOMINATIONS announced for the 38th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards. The Twelfth Labor by Leegrid Stevens receives two nominations: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama (Erin Treadway); Outstanding Costume Design (Benjamin Taylor Ridgway). The Alien Baby Play receives one nomination: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy (Kathleen Fletcher).

2012.8.26

REVIEW by Michael Meigs of The Twelfth Labor by Leegrid Stevens on AustinLiveTheatre.com.

2012.8.24

REVIEW by Elizabeth Cobbe of The Twelfth Labor by Leegrid Stevens in The Austin Chronicle.

2012.8.15

Gary Jaffe (director), Erin Treadway (actor), Chris Humphrey (actor), and Daniel Brock (producer) of The Twelfth Labor by Leegrid Stevens FEATURED on Off Stage and On The Air on 91.7 KOOP Radio.

2012.7.18

Leegrid Stevens’s The Dudleys!: A Family Game by Leegrid Stevens selected for development in the inaugural season of the Alec Baldwin Fellowship with the Singer’s Forum.

2012.1.31

REVIEW by Georgia Young of The Alien Baby Play by Nicholas Walker Herbert on Austin CultureMap.

2012.1.26

REVIEW by Elizabeth Cobbe of The Alien Baby Play by Nicholas Walker Herbert in The Austin Chronicle.

2012.1.26

REVIEW by Michael Meigs of The Alien Baby Play by Nicholas Walker Herbert on AustinLiveTheatre.com.

2012.1.25

Kathleen Fletcher (actor), Pam Fletcher Friday (costume designer), and Gary Jaffe (director) FEATURED in a Westlake Picayune preview of The Alien Baby Play by Nicholas Walker Herbert.

2012.1.25

Kathleen Fletcher, star of Tutto’s production of The Alien Baby Play by Nicholas Walker Herbert FEATURED on Off Stage and On The Air on 91.7 KOOP Radio.

2011.11.17:

Tutto's Artistic Director, Gary Jaffe, is the subject of a PROFILE by the Westlake Picayune.

 

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2011.11.04

37th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards as discussed by Robert Faires in The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

2011.10.24

37th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards: Tutto's production of The Dudleys!: A Family Game by Leegrid Stevens takes home 8 awards (winning each of the categories for which it was nominated): Outstanding Production of a Comedy; Outstanding Direction of a Comedy (Gary Jaffe); Outstanding Original Script (Leegrid Stevens); Outstanding Dance Choreography (Melinda Rebman and Zenobia Taylor); Outstanding Cast Performance (Alex Cogburn, Katie Dahm, Robert Deike, Spencer Driggers, Braden Hunt, Jenny Keto, Rachel McGinnis, David Meissner, Blake Smith, and Erin Treadway); Outstanding Original Score (Leegrid Stevens); Outstanding Sound Design (Leegrid Stevens); Outstanding Media Design (Dan Monceaux, Angela Hill, David Bengali, Jordan Rein, Josh Lampman, David Mauro, Camilo Munar, and Jake Witlen).

2011.9.26:

NOMINATIONS announced for the 37th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards. The Dudleys!: A Family Game by Leegrid Stevens receives 8 total nominations: Outstanding Production of a Comedy; Outstanding Direction of a Comedy (Gary Jaffe); Outstanding Original Script (Leegrid Stevens); Outstanding Dance Choreography (Melinda Rebman and Zenobia Taylor); Outstanding Cast Performance (Alex Cogburn, Katie Dahm, Robert Deike, Spencer Driggers, Braden Hunt, Jenny Keto, Rachel McGinnis, David Meissner, Blake Smith, and Erin Treadway); Outstanding Original Score (Leegrid Stevens); Outstanding Sound Design (Leegrid Stevens); and Outstanding Media Design (Dan Monceaux, Angela Hill, David Bengali, Jordan Rein, Josh Lampman, David Mauro, Camilo Munar, and Jake Witlen).

2011.05.20:

REVIEW by Avimaan Syam of The Dudleys!: A Family Game in The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

2011.05.17:

REVIEW by Ryan E. Johnson of The Dudleys!: A Family Game on Examiner.com.

2011.05.11:

REVIEW by Cate Blouke of The Dudleys!: A Family Game on Austin360.com.

2011.05.06:

PREVIEW by Elizabeth Cobbe of The Dudleys!: A Family Game in The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

2011.05.03:

Leegrid Stevens, author of The Dudleys!: A Family Game INTERVIEWED on Eklektikos by John Aielli on 90.5 KUT Radio.

2011.05.02:

Leegrid Stevens (playwright), Gary Jaffe (director), and Erin Treadway (actor) of The Dudleys!: A Family Game FEATURED on Off Stage and On The Air on 91.7 KOOP Radio.

2011.01.07:

I Witness NAMED among "Top 10 Most Memorable Locally Produced Live Performance Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2010" in Barry Pineo's contribution to The Austin Chronicle's Annual Arts Top 10 Lists.

2011.01.07:

I Witness NAMED among "Top 10 Most Memorable Locally Produced Live Performance Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2010" in Barry Pineo's contribution to The Austin Chronicle's Annual Arts Top 10 Lists.     [PDF]

2010.11.01:

36th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards: Tutto's co-production with VORTEX Repertory Company of Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery by Elizabeth Doss takes home 3 awards: Outstanding Lighting Design (Megan M. Reilly), Outstanding Featured Actor in Music Theatre (Robert Pierson), and Outstanding Featured Actress in Music Theatre (Content Love Knowles).     [PDF]

2010.10.08:

36th Annual B. Iden Payne Award Nominations: as discussed by Robert Faires in The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

2010.9.27:

NOMINATIONS announced for the 36th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards. Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery by Elizabeth Doss (a co-production with VORTEX Repertory Company) receives 11 total nominations: Outstanding Set Design (Lisa Laratta), Outstanding Lighting Design (Megan M. Reilly), Outstanding Costume Design (Kim H. Ngo), Outstanding Production of Music Theatre, Outstanding Director of Music Theatre (Dustin Wills), Outstanding Featured Actor in Music Theatre (Robert Pierson), Outstanding Featured Actress in Music Theatre (Content Love Knowles & Florinda Bryant), Oustanding Music Director (Mark Stewart & Andy Tindall), Outstanding Original Score (Mark Stewart & Andy Tindall), and Outstanding Cast or Ensemble Performance (Musicians/Pimps).

2010.8.19:

PREVIEW of I Witness an evening of dance (and spoken-word) with choreography by Amanda Oakley, Shawn Nasralla, and Jennifer Micallef in The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

2010.6.7:

15th Annual Austin Critics' Table Awards: as discussed by Jeanne Claire van Ryzin on Austin360.com.     [PDF]

15th Annual Austin Critics' Table Awards: Tutto's productions take home 4 awards: Best Acting in a Leading Role (Gabriel Luna, Black Snow), Best Acting in a Supporting Role (Smaranda Ciceu, Black Snow), Best Ensemble Performance (Black Snow), and Best Scenic Design (Lisa Laratta, Black Snow and Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery).     [PDF]

2010.5.14:

NOMINATIONS announced for the 15th Annual Austin Critics' Table Awards.Black Snow and Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery receive 17 total nominations. Black Snow: Best Production of a Comedy, Best Direction (Dustin Wills), Best Acting in a Leading Role (Gabriel Luna), Best Acting in a Supporting Role (Smaranda Ciceu), Best Ensemble Performance, Best Scenic Design (Lisa Laratta), Best Costume Design (Kim H. Ngo), and Best Lighting Design (Megan M. Reilly). Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery: Best Production of a Musical, Best Direction (Dustin Wills), The David Mark Cohen New Play Award (Elizabeth Doss), Best Music Direction (Mark Stewart and Andy Tindall), Movement (Dustin Wills), Best Scenic Design (Lisa Laratta), Best Costume Design (Kim H. Ngo), and Best Lighting Design (Megan M. Reilly).     [PDF]

2010.1.1:

Black Snow and Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery NAMED among "Top 9 Theatre Productions of 2009 That Did Ascend the Brightest Heaven of Invention" in Robert Faires' contribution to The Austin Chronicle's Annual Arts Top 9 Lists.     [PDF]

Lisa Laratta's work as Set Desinger on Black Snow NAMED among "Top 9 Ways to Decorate a Set" in Elizabeth Cobbe's contribution to The Austin Chronicle's Annual Arts Top 9 Lists.     [PDF]

Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery NAMED among "Top 9 Most Memorable Locally Produced Live Performance Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2009" in Barry Pineo's contribution to The Austin Chronicle's Annual Arts Top 9 Lists.     [PDF]

2009.12.23:

Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery NAMED among "Top 9 and then some arts happenings of 2009" in Jeanne Claire van Ryzin's article, "Creativity Flourishes in Tough Times" on Austin360.com.     [PDF]

2009.12.22:

NOMINATIONS announced for the 1st Annual ATE Awards. Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery receives nomination for Best Musical.

2009.11.5:

REVIEW of Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery by Elizabeth Doss, directed by Dustin Wills on Examiner.com.     [PDF]

2009.11.4:

REVIEW of Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery by Elizabeth Doss and VIDEO INTERVIEW with director, Dustin Wills on RepublicOfAustin.com.     [PDF]  [VIDEO]

2009.11.2:

REVIEW of Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery by Elizabeth Doss, directed by Dustin Wills on Austin360.com.     [PDF]

2009.10.30:

REVIEW of Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery by Elizabeth Doss, directed by Dustin Wills in The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

2009.10.29:

REVIEW of Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery by Elizabeth Doss, directed by Dustin Wills on Austinist.com.     [PDF]

2009.10.26:

REVIEW of Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery by ticket winner on "Off Stage and On The Air," a radio show hosted by Lisa Scheps on 91.7 FM KOOP.

2009.10.23:

35th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards: as discussed by Robert Faires in The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

2009.10.18:

35th Annual B. Iden Payne Awards: Tutto, its Artistic Director, and its designers take home 5 awards for the 2008-2009 Season: Outstanding Set Design (Lisa Laratta, Black Snow), Outstanding Lighting Design (Megan M. Reilly, Ophelia), Outstanding Director of a Drama (Dustin Wills, Ophelia), Outstanding Production of a Drama (Ophelia), and Outstanding Production of a Comedy (Black Snow).

2009.10.12:

Murder Ballad, Murder Mystery cast and director, Dustin Wills, appear on "Off Stage and On The Air," a radio show hosted by Lisa Scheps on 91.7 FM KOOP.

2009.09.17:

NOMINATIONS announced 35th Annual B. Iden Payne Award. Ophelia and Black Snow receive 13 total nominations. Ophelia: Outstanding Set Design (Lisa Laratta), Outstanding Lighting Design (Megan M. Reilly), Outstanding Dance Choreographer (Ophelia Ensemble), Outstanding Production of a Drama, Outstanding Director of a Drama (Dustin Wills), and Outstanding Cast Performance. Black Snow: Outstanding Set Design (Lisa Laratta), Outstanding Lighting Design (Megan M. Reilly), Outstanding Costume Design (Kim H. Ngo), Outstanding Production of a Comedy, Outstanding Director of a Comedy (Dustin Wills), Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy (Gabriel Luna), and Outstanding Featured Actress in a Comedy (Smaranda Ciceu).

2009.07.23:

REVIEW of FIVE in the English-language publication, The Roman Forum, this summer's joint production in Rome, Italy with The English Theatre of Rome.

2009.07.17:

PREVIEW of FIVE written and directed by Dustin Wills in The Austin Chronicle, this summer's joint production in Rome, Italy with The English Theatre of Rome.

2009.07.09:

REVIEW of Black Snow by Mikhail Bulgakov, adapted by Keith Reddin, directed by Dustin Wills in The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

2009.07.07:

REVIEW of Black Snow by Mikhail Bulgakov, adapted by Keith Reddin, directed by Dustin Wills on the Austinist.com.     [PDF]

2009.07.07:

REVIEW of Black Snow by Mikhail Bulgakov, adapted by Keith Reddin, directed by Dustin Wills in The Daily Texan.     [PDF]

2009.07.01:

Sean Fuentes of AustinTheaterReview.com is the first to REVIEW TUTTO's current production, Black Snow by Mikhail Bulgakov, adapted by Keith Reddin, directed by Dustin Wills.     [PDF]

2009.06.05:

TUTTO's Artistic Director, Dustin Wills, is the subject of an Alumni Profile by the Department of Theatre & Dance at The University of Texas at Austin.

2009.06.01:

TUTTO appears in English-language publication, The Roman Forum, in anticipation of this summer's joint production in Rome, Italy with The English Theatre of Rome.     [PDF]

2009.06.01:

TUTTO's Artistic Director, Dustin Wills, WINS Best Director in the 2009 Austin Critics Table Awards for our production of Ophelia last November (The Austin Chronicle).     [PDF]

2009.05.15:

Ophelia receives SIX NOMINATIONS for the 2009 Austin Critics Table Awards (The Austin Chronicle).     [PDF]

2009.05.01:

TUTTO Designers selected for Gallery Exhibition in World Stage Design 2009.

2009.01.02:

Ophelia NAMED among "Top 10 Theatrical Treasures & Pleasures 2008" by The Austin Chronicle.     [PDF]

Ophelia NAMED among "Top 10 Wonderful Things About Austin Theatre in 2008 (In No Particular Order)" in Avimaan Syam's contribution to The Austin Chronicle's Annual Arts Top 10 Lists.     [PDF]

Ophelia NAMED among "Top 10 Parts and Wholes (In No Particular Order), Plus One Standout" in Hannah Kenah's contribution to The Austin Chronicle's Annual Arts Top 10 Lists.     [PDF]

 

Press coverage of Mr. Wills' career prior to becoming Tutto's Artistic Director.