"Arthur is a community organizer at the forefront of an energetic new generation of grassroots activists. His experience as a visual artist, small business owner, Hurricane Katrina evacuee, Democratic precinct chair, and film/television actor give him a unique and balanced perspective on real-life implications of public policy.”
"Arthur's passion for transparency and inclusion lends a powerful voice to Central Texas medical professionals eager to properly engage state and federal lawmakers in policy decisions ranging from the Affordable Care Act to mental health."
"Arthur Simon's leadership and tireless organizing for Travis County were a major contribution to records in turnout and vote percentage in key East Austin precincts. Endlessly creative with a dry sense of humor, Simon keeps up with the latest technology and leads by example in every area."
"Arthur Simon, cofounder of the ColdTowne Theater in Austin, has long explored combining robotics and electronics with performances. With help from social roboticists at Carnegie Mellon, MIT, and University of Texas, he developed the robot Annabelle ... If you’re looking for the future, you’ll find it at this exhibition!"
Are robots the future of comedy? Not right now, but Simone, Triplett, Ava and Annabelle (and friends) make a show that feels raw and raucous. As unpredictable and wacky as the real thing. It's bonkers and somewhat hypnotic.