The Austin Chronicle celebrates Dance Repertory Theatre's Fall For Dance, which was on stage November 8-12, 2017, as a concert in which "work after work...emphatically spoke to current events, to the here and now" and one that "reflect[s] who we are in this time of social disruption."
The Austin-American Statesman (Austin 360) is calling Texas Theatre and Dance's production of Arthur Miller's classic one that "brings out the show's strengths while eliding its flaws, creating a powerful venue for many of the department's students to highlight their great talents."
Artistic directors Jeremy Arnold, Erica Gionfriddo and Dorothy O’Shea Overbey discuss Fall For Dance and their choreographic works which seek to define the term “artist-citizen” and address the larger issues facing our society today.
The Austin Chronicle named Rudy Ramirez (M.A. 2012) the "Best Theatre Director" in their Best of Austin (2017) list, recognizing the best of food, culture and events in the city.