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Official 2013 Festival Press Photos

2013 Official Press PhotosThe Cohen New Works Festival presented by the University Co-op is pleased to release Official 2013 Festival Press Photos. The 2013 Cohen New Works Festival is March 25-29, 2013.

The Cohen New Works Festival presented by the University Co-op, is a week-long showcase of new work created by UT students held every other Spring in various locations in and around the Winship Drama Building and the University of Texas campus. It is not just an event, but a celebration of a continuously ongoing process–the creation of new work.

Images 1-2 from “Colossal”
Project Leads: William Davis, Andrew Hinderaker, William Anderson
Anna Hiss Gym 134, University of Texas at Austin
March 25-26, 28 at 8:00PM; March 27 at 8:30PM

Images 3-4 from “The Women of Juarez”
Project Leads: Isaac Gomez and Bianca Sulaica
B. Iden Payne Theatre, University of Texas at Austin
March 25-26 at 8:00PM; March 27 at 8:30PM; March 28 at 5:30PM

Photo: Josh Rasmussen, Courtesy of The University of Texas at Austin
For additional information or media support, contact Isaac Gomez at 912-231-8177 or [email protected]

Isaac Gomez, PR & Marketing Chair, 2013 Festival
Isaac Gomez (PR/Marketing Committee Chair) is a fourth-year undergraduate in the Department of Theatre and Dance with a focus on Acting and Dramaturgy. Recent performance and production experience includes: And Then Came Tango (Guapo), Ragtime (Co-Dramaturg - ZACH Theatre), Love's Labours Lost (Marcade/Asst. Dramaturg), Bacha Bazi (Asst. Dramaturg-UTNT), The Transition of Doodle Pequeno (Reno), Junie B. Jones: Jingle Bells, Batman Smells (Jose - The Paramount Theatre), The Threepenny Opera (Nelly), and many others. In addition to his performance/production experience, Isaac is also the Senior Student Associate for Programming and Production at Texas Performing Arts, and a core member of the Student Intelligence Agency, an organization catered to programming and engagement for student employees at TPA. He is also the co-writer/director for The Women of Juarez, a new work as part of the 2013 Festival that addresses storytelling methodologies surrounding the testimonials of the women subjected to violence in Juarez.

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