New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
New Braunfels High School alumni Dave Clnotto, back row, second from left, and Jay Vainer, back row, second from right, used their dancing skills to land roles In the TV mini-serles ‘Time Women' that airs tonight and Tuesday at 8 p.m. on CBS.
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were real friendly."
Cinotto said they offered to squire series star Dana Delaney around town, but she graciously declined.
Vauter said that a July 4th bam dance scene was the most satisfying aspect of the movie making experience for him.
“I got a lot of satisfaction in sharing something I do for fun and helping people understand more about Appalachian mountain dancing," Vauter said.
Vauter and Cinotto are also prominently featured in a storytelling scene held on a porch.
Cinotto said he enjoyed learning the behind-the-scenes workings of a film crew.
"It was really educational seeing the technical aspect of filmmaking,” Cinotto said. "It was interesting to see how they would shoot the same scene from many different angles just to get one shot.”
Did either of the pair have any speaking parts?
"We kind of whooped and hollered a kit, but that’s about it," Vauter said.
Cinotto said ftfming began before 8 a.m. and continued past midnight. Both men agreed the long hours were the least attractive aspect of their film careers.
The two were cast for their roles through their association with “Texas Tradition” and "Heritage”, competitive clogging groups in which they are active. They said the dancing coordinator for the film made contact with directors of their groups, who in turn recommended them.
Both men credit their New Braunfels roots for their introduction
The CBS miniseries 'True Women*, airs today and Tuesday from 8 to 10 p.m.
The film is based on San Antonio native Janice Woods Windle’s best-selling novel.
"I owe my dramatic training to The Red Stocking Revue right here in New Braunfels,” Vauter said, referring to the biennial charity talent show.
Cinotto credits his mother with his start in show business.
"I think it was because she wanted a dance partner, but she started me in dance classes when I was about 9 years old,” he said.
Both men said that though they enjoyed their cinematic experience, they would not actively seek a career in acting.
Cinotto is currently a pre-med major at the University of Texas at Austin. Vauter said he would like to pursue a career in dance.
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night (Thursday) and I think there are a lot of folks that support us,” Owen said.
County Commissioner Jack Dawson, who lives in the Woodlands, said most of his constituents who live in the area don’t like the way the event has been run.
“I have had phone calls almost 75 to 25 percent for not having the event staged where it is now,” Dawson said. “The situation in the past has been negative to the residents in the subdivisions and businesses closed that day. It also has affected our county roads because of the blockage.”
Dawson said taxpayers have had to pay for the law enforcement officers who are on call during the event and who are not paid by the race sponsor.
"I think the event is good overall. I think the way it is handled is questionable,” he said. "I see an alternative which would be beneficial. Hold the event in Canyon Park off of FM 306. Therefore there would be no subdivisions, residents or businesses affected.”
Owen is scheduled to appear before Commissioners Court on Friday during the workshop agenda to discuss the situation.
Owen said he just couldn’t pickup and move the event to the northside of the lake because of variables such as logistics.
Owen said compared to the northside, the Southside of the lake had more roads with shoulders on them and that the area near Comal Park was much safer for swimming conditions.
Even if the triathlon were to be held at Canyon Park, the same concerns could still arise, Owen said.
"If you move it to another spot someone else likely will be impacted,” he said. "You can’t change the fact it will impact traffic.”
Judy Scott, park ranger at Canyon Lake, said the Corps would be
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"This has been a quite successful event in the past and we are willing to work with the event organizers to continue holding the event at Canyon Lake,” Scott said. “It would affect our operations because we would be closing our biggest park instead of our smallest one.”
She said the Corps would have to consider such factors as how road closures would affect the Canyon Lake Marina, which is in the park, and the road into the park which connects with FM 306 in Hancock.
Jay Blanchard, co-owner of the Lodge at Turkey Cove, said the Texas Hill Country Triathlon was beneficial to the Canyon Lake community.
“Our business has been positively impacted by it, we were filled to capacity,” Blanchard said. “Traditionally the week after Labor Day is slow because kids go back to school and families go back to their normal routine. We go from having no business to completely being full. Literally, our business increases by IOO percent.”
Blanchard said the triathletes benefitted the economy by shopping, eating and lodging at Canyon Lake.
"The sponsors and athletes can be here two weeks before the race,” he said. “The athletes want to train prior to the race. They are here eating at the restaurants and using other services on the lake.”
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