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Here’s a preview of the National Tour of Fun Home that I wrote for the Austin American-Statesman, featuring an interview with the incredibly smart and erudite playwright/lyricist Lisa Kron.
I’ve got a new review up of a strange and delightful show at Hyde Park Theatre, Jen Silverman’s The Moors.
There’s some exciting news about a couple new, big projects coming in the future, but I can’t quite reveal them publicly just yet. In the meantime, I have a new review up for the Austin American-Statesman, this one for the Zilker … Continue reading
It’s the slow season in Austin theater, so just one review for you right now, of the classic Larry Kramer play The Normal Heart at City Theatre.
I wrote a blog post for the University Press of Mississippi, publishers of my book (Retcon Game: Retroactive Continuity and the Hyperlinking of America), updating its context in the era of “alternative facts” and “fake news.” I’m very proud of … Continue reading
I’ve been busy reviewing a lot of different shows, so here’s an omnibus catch-up on those I’ve neglected to post! ‘Scheherazade’ is timely, necessary piece of political theater ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ is free fun for the whole … Continue reading
I had quite the Memorial Day weekend, with four (count ’em 4!) new reviews. Without further ado, here they are: Playfulness and heartbreak mix in “Dani Girl,” a musical about young cancer patient ‘The Effect’ is the drug you need … Continue reading
I’ve got a new review out today, for the body-positive show My Big Fat Bahookie at the Vortex Theatre. Check it out!
Here’s some musical reviews I wrote this past month for the Austin American-Statesman. First up is a sadly timely (and chillingly disturbing) production of Cabaret at St. Ed’s University. Next, a solid production of Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill (the almost one-woman show about Billie … Continue reading
I’m very excited to announce that my first book, Retcon Games: Retroactive Continuity and the Hyperlinking of America, is now available from the University Press of Mississippi. In addition to buying it directly from the press by the above link, you … Continue reading